Sports Roundup: Basketball, soccer results
Varsity Boys Basketball
U-Prep 56, Williams 53
A last-second 3-pointer rattled out and Williams (3-2) dropped a close one against University Prep on Monday.
The Yellowjackets committed more than 20 turnovers, coach Ben Padilla said, but stayed in the game thanks to a 28-point game by Noe Ramirez.
Ismael Larios scored 11 points and Robert Ramirez added seven points.
Elsie Allen 63, Colusa 49
RedHawks sophomore guard Max Valdez scored 21 points but it wasn't enough to upset Elsie Allen High from Santa Rosa in the championship game of the 42nd annual Stokes Invitational in Kelseyville.
The loss was Colusa's first of the season as they dropped to 3-1.
Valdez added four rebounds and four steals while senior forward R.J. Phillips contributed 10 points, six rebounds and three steals.
Colusa 66, Clear Lake 55
Valdez fell just short of a triple-double with 15 points, eight steals and eight rebounds, while Hayden Bailey led the team with 18 points.
Christopher Madrigal scored 17 and Phillips grabbed 13 boards and scored seven points. Shane Saso added six points, six rebounds and two blocks.
Colusa 67, Sonoma Valley 58
Riley de Wit scored 18 points and Hayden Bailey was right behind him with 16 of his own to propel the RedHawks to an opening-round win.
DeWit also grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds, and Valdez chipped in with eight points and nine steals. Phillips came through with eight points and eight rebounds, and Eric Barrera accounted for five points and five rebounds.
Williams 64, Upper Lake 60
Ismael Larios dropped 21 points and the Yellowjackets held on to win the third place game of the Block LM Shootout in Los Molinos on Friday.
Williams led by 12 points going into the fourth quarter but struggled against the press after freshman point guard Alex Velazquez went down with a wrist injury.
Ramirez contributed 18 points and Ricardo Rico chipped in eight to help the Yellowjackets stay ahead.
Sutter 80, Williams 22
The Huskies caught fire from the outside and rained 3-pointers all game to hand the Yellowjackets their first loss of the season on Thursday.
Larios led Williams with eight points and Ramirez added five.
Williams 52, Hamilton 42
Velazquez paced Williams with 20 points as in a first-round victory against Hamilton City on Thursday.
Larios netted 18 points and Ramirez scored seven points.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Oakmont 47, Colusa 35
Teale Stacey notched a double-double with 17 points, 10 rebounds and two steals, but it wasn't enough as the host RedHawks fell to the Vikings in the third-place game of the Lady RedHawk Classic on Saturday.
Ashley Roman added 10 points, Sally Loeza had six points, nine rebounds and a pair of steals, and Mollie Townzen finished with eight rebounds and two steals for Colusa (2-2).
Maxwell 44, Sutter 35
Jessie Otterson scored a game-high 15 points and Kaily McKinley added 12 more as the Panthers (2-2) topped the Huskies in the consolation championship on Saturday.
Jaelyn Hoffman scored 12 points, Shelby Hill had six points and Catie Gravel dropped in five to lead the way for Sutter (1-3).
Wheatland 42, Colusa 31
Kassidy Heuvelhorst led a balanced Pirate attack with a team-high nine points as Wheatland slipped past host Colusa in the second round of the Lady RedHawk Classic on Friday.
The game was moved from Colusa to Maxwell High after a power outage earlier in the day.
Analiz Ramirez scored eight points and Kiki Sappa finished with seven points for the Pirates (2-1), who faced off against Durham for the tourney championship.
Stacey and Townzen scored 11 points each, and Andrea Thomas finished with eight to lead the way for Colusa.
Oakmont 65, Maxwell 52
The Panthers led by three at halftime but a 24-11 run in the third quarter gave Oakmont the victory in the first round of the tournament on Thursday.
Colusa 43, Lindhurst 23
Stacey led the RedHawks with 21 points as host Colusa rolled in the first round of the tournament on Thursday.
Stacey hauled in seven rebounds as well for Colusa, and Townzen totaled eight points, 10 rebounds and two assists. Loeza picked up six points, four rebound, two assists and two steals, and Thomas worked for five rebounds.
Pierce 37, Hamilton 23
Natalie Corona scored 14 points and Mariah Diaz chipped in with eight to help lift the Bears to a win over the Braves in the third-place game of the Mel McLaughlin Invitational in Biggs on Saturday.
Jackie Corona and Kristina Godinez added four points each for Pierce (2-1).
Williams 54, Chester 29
Liz Rivera scored 23 points and Emilee Cranford dropped in 22 of her own to propel the Yellowjackets (2-2) past Chester in the seventh-place game. Cranford was named all-tournament.
Biggs 41, Pierce 29
The host Wolverines topped the Bears in the semifinals on Friday.
Mariah Diaz led Pierce with 10 points and Carissa Cabral added six. Jackie Corona totaled five points and Natalie Corona tacked on four points for Pierce.
Rachel Hedrick scored 17 points and Amy Tinoco dropped in 15 points to lead the way for Biggs (3-0), which played for the tournament title.
Pierce 54, Quincy 35
The Bears opened their season with a victory on Thursday.
Natalie Corona led the way for Pierce with 12 points, Cami Dorantes added 11 points and Carissa Cabral tacked on eight points.
Hamilton 39, Williams 33
Emilee Cranford scored 21 points and Liz Rivera added nine as the Yellowjackets fell to the Braves in the opening round of the tournament on Thursday.
Upper Lake 47, Princeton 30
Amanda Hansen scored 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds but the Eagles lost in the championship game of their home tournament on Saturday to Upper Lake.
Maryssa Martin contributed six points and nine boards, and Julia Romo added three points and three boards for Princeton (2-3).
Princeton 41, Round Valley 32
Martin and Hansen posted double-doubles as the Eagles led 26-15 at halftime and cruised in the second half on Saturday.
Martin finished with 15 points and 17 rebounds, and Hansen accounted for 15 points and 10 rebounds. Arianna Ilharreguy had a solid game with five points and eight rebounds.
Princeton 43, Downieville 13
The Eagles held Downieville to just four points in the first half and ran away with the victory in the opening round of the tournament on Friday.
Martin scored 15 points and Hansen chipped in 14, both eclipsing the Warriors' team total. Ilharreguy scored six points, and Romo and Juanita Almeda both scored three.
Williams 1, Durham 1
Sophomore Antonio Garcia scored a first-half goal and the Yellowjackets played Durham to a 1-1 tie in Williams on Monday.
Williams (0-2-1) kept the Trojans off the board in the second half to preserve the draw.
Winters 2, Pierce 1
The Warriors handed Pierce a narrow loss on Friday in Arbuckle and evened the Bears' record at 1-1.
Colusa 0, Durham 0
For coach Dan Kiely and the RedHawks, the ball just wasn't going in on Thursday. Colusa (0-2-1) had strong play from Fernando Amador, who made four stops on the day in the nonleague match.
Kiely also noted good days on the pitch for Luis Padilla, Manuel Garcia and Jose Santana on defense, and Heraclio Lopez, Felipe Granados and Jorge Aguilera on the attack.
Pierce 3, Colusa 0
Pierce jumped out to a 2-0 lead at halftime and kept the RedHawks off the board in the second half in Colusa.
Freshman Jose Corona made four saves and combined with senior Andres Mendez for the shutout. Adrian Martinez, Ulisses Flores and Juan Villa scored goals for the Bears and Adolfo Ramirez made and assist.
Fullback Jose Santana was a defensive standout for the RedHawks and goalkeeper Fernando Amador made six saves.
Live Oak 5, Williams 1
The defending section champion Lions showed they're still a force to be reckoned with and beat Williams 5-1 on Dec. 4 in Live Oak.
Senior Juan Flores scored the Yellowjackets' lone goal in the match.
Winters 3, Pierce 0
The Warriors handed Pierce its first loss of the season with a 3-0 shutout in Arbuckle on Friday and evened the Bears' record at 1-1.
Pierce 3, Colusa 1
The Bears scored twice in the first half and held on to beat Colusa in their first game of the season on Dec. 4 in Colusa.
Berenice Velazquez and Marissa Espino both notched one goal and one assists, and Erica Ruiz scored a goal. All three goal scorers are sophomores, and senior goalkeeper Brenda Leos made four saves.
Colusa dropped to 0-2 on the year.