Sports Roundup: Basketball, soccer results
Varsity Boys Basketball
Maxwell 58, Biggs 42
Friday's home game was decided after the first quarter after Maxwell opened up a 20-5 lead, which they stretched to 33-12 by halftime.
Isaias Martinez knocked down 17 points and Zach Troughton was one behind with 16.
Eddie Rangel and Blake Vierra notched eight points each and Troughton added a team-best six rebounds.
Maxwell (5-0 Mid-Valley League, 17-2) plays in Quincy on Friday.
Colusa 78, Portola 70
Both offenses ran wide open but it was the RedHawks who came home with the win Friday.
Christopher Madrigal's 21 points topped the scoring effort for Colusa, with R.J. Phillips helping out with 15, Max Moreno with 12 and Hayden Bailey, 11.
Moreno also earned an unconventional double-double by making 10 steals.
Colusa (4-1 Mid-Valley League, 14-7) hosts Biggs on Friday.
Durham 57, Pierce 45
Jake Voorhees provided 20 points, Zach High went up for seven and Ricky Jauraqui scored six in the Bears' Thursday loss at home.
Pierce (1-6 Sacramento Valley League, 5-12) hosted Esparto Tuesday, and plays in Hamilton City on Friday.
Maxwell 67, Colusa 60
Martinez established a new career-high with 25 points and Troughton finished with 19 as the Panthers defeated the RedHawks in Colusa on Jan. 29.
Troughton commanded 11 rebounds for another double-double, Rangel provided eight points and Bryce Perry came up with six rebounds.
Moreno and Eric Barrera both put up 20-point performances for the RedHawks, with Moreno nailing 22 points and Barrera, 20.
Bailey helped out with nine points and Moreno nabbed seven rebounds.
East Nic. 59, Pierce 55
Jake Voorhees' 22 points and eight apiece from Ricky Jauraqui and Justin Travis were not enough to prevent a four-point loss at home Jan. 29.
Joe Howard and Victor Navarro both made six-point contributions for the Bears, with Voorhees the team's rebounding leader with 11.
Biggs 52, Williams 44
Freshman Alex Velazquez led the Yellowjackets with 16 points in their loss at Biggs on Jan. 29.
Robert Ramirez supplied eight points and Ricardo Rico, Edgar Del Horno and sophomore Noe Ramirez each scored six.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Colusa 49, Portola 38
Teale Stacey's 15 points and 12 supplied by Mollie Townzen helped the Lady RedHawks improve to 4-1 in the Mid-Valley League and 9-11 overall with Friday's road win.
Ashley Roman was good for seven points and Teale also led in rebounding with nine.
Colusa hosts Biggs on Thursday.
Durham 50, Pierce 28
Pierce's 11-point fourth quarter was the only period they scored in double digits in Thursday's home loss.
Summer Vercruyssen led the Trojans with 20 points and 11 rebounds.
Maxwell 65, Biggs 48
Holding just a 26-23 lead at the break, the Lady Panthers outscored the Wolverines 39-25 in the second half at home Thursday.
Pierce 69, East Nic. 27
The Lady Bears came out growling and never looked back, taking a 20-4 first-quarter lead in their Jan. 28 beatdown of the Spartans in East Nicolaus.
Carissa Cabral led a quartet of Pierce scorers in double figures with 17, and she was joined by Cami Dorantes (14), Mariah Diaz (12) and Riley Voorhees (11).
Colusa 0, Los Molinos 0
Thursday's home tile ended in a stalemate, but Colusa coach Dan Kiely pointed out strong midfield play by Jorge Aguilera, Felipe Granados, Leo Cancholla and Haraclio Lopez, and listed his defensive stand-outs as Jose Santana, Luis Padilla, Alex Avila, Gumer Salazar and keeper Fernando Amador, who made 11 saves in all, three of which the coach described as "spectacular."
The RedHawks (5-0-2 Mid-Valley League, 7-4-4) played in Esparto Tuesday, host Hamilton on Thursday and welcome back Esparto on Friday.
Willows 1, Pierce 0
A late second-half goal by the Honkers' David Gonzales was the difference in Pierce's home loss on Thursday.
The Bears (1-4 Sacramento Valley League-1, 4-6) played in Durham on Tuesday and welcome Live Oak to town Thursday.
Los Molinos 8, Williams 1
Jose Gonzales scored three times and Erick Hernandez twice to help Los Molinos defeat the Yellowjackets at home Jan. 29
Colusa 9, Biggs 1
The RedHawks blasted Biggs at home on Jan. 28, with first-year player Sal Lara booting in a pair of goals.
Lopez, Cancholla, Tony Rico, Zach Vaillancourt, Edgar Sanchez and Tristen Mendenhall all scored goals in the first half, with keeper Amador moving to midfield in the second half and putting in the final Colusa goal.
Live Oak 4, Pierce 1
The Bears were defeated in Live Oak on January 28.
Willows 1, Pierce 0
The Lady Bears were held out of the net while Willows' Stephanie Carriere scored in the 20th minute of Pierce's home loss on Thursday.
Pierce (2-2-1, Sacramento Valley League-1, 5-3-3) played in Durham on Tuesday and host Live Oak on Thursday.
Pierce 2, Live Oak 2
Both teams scored a goal in each half as the Bears drew with Live Oak at home Jan. 28.
Erica Granados toed it up for both Pierce goals, with Melissa Martinez providing the assists.
Colusa 3, Williams 1
Two goals from Sammy Espindola and another by Alissa Selover helped the Lady RedHawks past the rival Yellowjackets in Williams Jan. 28.