Sports Roundup: Basketball, soccer results
Varsity Boys Basketball
Williams 55, Live Oak 35
Edgar Del Horno had a huge game to lead the Yellowjackets to a nonleague road victory against Live Oak on Monday, scoring 16 points, grabbing 14 rebounds and swiping six steals.
Robert Ramirez added 12 points, six steals and six rebounds for Williams (5-4).
American Canyon 71, Colusa 70
The RedHawks rallied from a 10-point deficit with two minutes left to play to take the lead, but the Wolves hit a couple of free throws late to pull out a win in the consolation championship of the Buck Bailey Tournament in Woodland.
R.J. Phillips led Colusa (4-4) with 16 points and 10 rebounds, while Max Valdez dropped in 16 points of his own. Riley deWit scored 12 points and swiped seven steals and Hayden Bailey finished with 11 points.
Christopher Madrigal hit three 3-pointers within two minutes to bring Colusa back in the fourth period and finished with nine points.
Colusa 71, Pioneer 59
The RedHawks snapped a three-game skid with a solid victory against a school more than three times their Friday.
Valdez scored a game-high 24 points and made six steals, Phillips posted 12 points and eight rebounds, and Eric Barrera chipped in with nine points.
Colusa coach Brian Davis credited Bailey for shadowing the Patriots' leading scorer Gabriel Torres, who entered the game averaging more than 23 points a game, to 18 points.
Roseville 86, Colusa 48
The RedHawks were routed by the Tigers in the first round of the tournament Thursday.
Bailey provided a bright spot for the RedHawks with 19 points and six rebounds. Valdez and deWit each tacked on seven points.
Winters 58, Colusa 56
Second-chance points and hot second-half 3-point shooting boosted Winters to victory against the RedHawks Dec. 10.
Colusa had a chance to win it at the end but couldn't sink the last shot, coach Davis said.
Valdez led Colusa with 22 points and six steals. Madrigal scored nine points, and deWit and Jorge Valdez added six points each.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Williams 39, Live Oak 28
Emilee Cranford eruped for 22 points to lead the Yellowjackets to a nonleague win against Live Oak on Monday in Williams.
Liz Rivera reached double digits with 13 points as did Claudia Villanueva with 10 points. The Yellowjackets improved to 3-4.
Pierce 55, Esparto 14
Mariah Diaz led the Bears with 18 points in their Sacramento Valley League opener against the Spartans in Esparto on Monday.
Cami Dorantes and Carissa Cabral each put up 10 points for the Bears (3-1, 1-0).
Princeton 50, Greenville 5
The Eagles shut went on the road and shut out Greenville in the first half and held the Indians to just five points in the second half Dec. 10.
Amanda Hansen led Princeton (3-3) with 19 points and seven rebounds , and Maryssa Martin scored 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.
Juanita Almeda chipped in six points and Arianna Ilharreguy pulled down six rebounds.
Winters 49, Colusa 33
Andrea Thomas scored 14 points and snagged eight rebounds, but the RedHawks dropped a nonleague game to the visiting Warriors on Dec. 10.
Teale Stacey tallied 11 points and eight rebounds, Emily Corriea added four points and Mollie Townzen pulled down eight rebounds for Colusa (2-3).
Willows 2, Colusa 0
Goalkeeper Fernando Amador came through with 13 saves, but the RedHawks were unable to find the back of the net in a nonleague loss on Friday.
Jorge Aguilera and Felipe Granados both played well at midfield for Colusa (2-3-1), coach Dan Kiely said.
Colusa 7, Mercy 0
Manuel Garcia scored two goals, Heraclio Lopes dished out three assists and the RedHawks cruised past the Warriors in their Mid-Valley League opener at home Thursday.
Leo Canchola notched a goal and an assist, while Felipe Granados, Tristen Mendenhall, Jorge Aguilera and Sal Lara added a goal each. Sergio Serrano also had an assist for Colusa.
Pierce 4, Hamilton 2
The Bears led 2-0 at halftime and matched the Braves' scoring in the second half to pick up a nonleague victory Thursday in Arbuckle. Pierce is now 2-2 on the season.
Williams 11, Biggs 2
The Yellowjackets improved to 1-2-2 with a dominant showing against Biggs on Thursday in Williams. The Jackets led 6-0 at halftime.
Colusa 3, Wheatland 1
Ricardo Bautista netted two goals, Felipe Granados added another and the RedHawks picked up their first victory of the year with a nonleague win Dec. 11 over the Pirates.
Edgar Sanchez and Manuel Garcia both recorded assists for Colusa, which received strong defensive play from Jose Santana, Luis Padilla, Alex Avila and Gumer Salazar, according to Kiely.
Martin Elizalde scored the lone goal for Wheatland on a penalty kick.
Williams 1, Esparto 1
Alex Gomez tied the match in the second half as the Yellowjackets earned a draw against Esparto on Dec. 10 in Williams.
Wheatland 3, Pierce 0
Goalkeeper Alan Mendoza and the Wheatland defense kept Pierce off the scoreboard for the Pirates' first shutout in three years in Arbuckle Dec. 10.
Colusa 3, Willows 2
The RedHawks earned their first victory of the season with a 3-2 win against host Willows on Friday. Colusa (1-2) scored twice in the first half and put in the winning goal in the second half.
Pierce 3, Williams 0
The Bears improved to 2-1-1 with a shutout of Williams on Thursday in Arbuckle. The Yellowjackets dropped to 0-3.
Wheatland 0, Pierce 0
Izzy Perry made 11 saves for the Pirates as they played the Bears to a scoreless draw in nonleague play Dec. 10.
Bears goalie Brenda Leos made six saves and the back line of Sarah Marsh, Yasmin Velazquez and Kenia Gutierrez played solid defense, Pierce coach Duffy Bailey said.
Esparto 4, Williams 0
Esparto scored three times in the first half and beat the Yellowjackets 4-0 in Williams Dec. 10.