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Sports Roundup: Basketball, soccer results
Varsity Girls Basketball
Westwood 41, Maxwell 37
Kaily McKinley scored 21 points and pulled down 12 rebounds as the host Panthers came up short in the championship game of the four-team Maxwell Tournament on Saturday.
Jessie Otterson had eight points and three blocks, and Jenna Powell had three points and seven rebounds in the loss for Maxwell (6-3).
Chester 37, Williams 27
The Yellowjackets fell short in the third-place game of the Maxwell Tournament against Chester on Saturday despite an 18-point effort by senior forward Emilee Cranford.
Cranford accounted for 41 of the 54 points Williams (3-6) scored in the two-game tournament.
Maxwell 53, Chester 52
McKinley led the Panthers with 23 points and 11 rebounds at the Maxwell tournament on Friday.
Otterson had 11 points and five rebounds, Seara Roberson added eight points and six rebounds, Brittney Haywood had five points and four assists, and Shelen Boyes pitched in with four points and six assists.
Westwood 59, Williams 27
Cranford scored 23 of the Yellowjackets' 27 points in a loss to Westwood to open the tournament on Friday.
Durham 38, Pierce 31
Mariah Diaz scored a team-high 10 points, but the Bears came up short in a Sacramento Valley League loss to the Trojans on Dec. 17.
Carissa Cabral added eight points and Jackie Corona finished with seven for Pierce (5-2, 1-1).
Varsity Boys Basketball
Biggs 47, Williams 46
The Wolverines rallied from an eight-point deficit in the championship game of their home tournament against Williams on Saturday night at the Biggs Tournament.
The Yellowjackets (7-5) went up 38-30 but the Wolverines hit consecutive 3-pointers to get back in it and finished the game with a strong run to win.
Luis Davalos led Williams with 14 points and 11 rebounds, Noe Ramirez added 10 points and two blocks, Alex Velazquez contributed 10 points, four assists and three steals, and Ismael Larios added eight points.
Williams 74, Hayfork 19
Davalos outscored Hayfork by himself with 26 points as the Yellowjackets picked up their second blowout victory of the day on Friday.
Davalos also grabbed eight rebounds. Ramirez notched 14 points, seven rebounds and three assists, Velazquez posted 11 points and four assists and Larios added six points.
Williams 55, CORE Butte Charter 13
The Yellowjackets opened the tournament with a route of CORE Butte Charter Friday morning. Williams led 41-4 at halftime and coach Ben Padilla pulled his starters midway through the second quarter.
Velazquez led the Jackets with 12 points, six rebounds and five steals and every Williams player scored.
Davalos had 10 points, 12 rebounds, four blocks and four steals, and Ramirez chipped in 10 points, eight rebounds and three blocks.
Greenville 51, Princeton 36
Luis Angel led Princeton with 13 points, with teammates Oscar Espinoza and Lucas Hubbard both adding nine in Saturday's loss at the Elk Creek High Small Schools Holiday Classic.
Durham 54, Pierce 38
The Bears came down with just 12 rebounds as a team in an SVL loss to the Trojans on Dec. 18.
Jake Voorhees scored 12 points and Joe Howard dropped in eight in the loss for Pierce (4-4, 1-1).
Colusa 73, Kelseyville 61
Hayden Bailey poured in 20 points for the RedHawks, who improved to 5-4 on the season with the win Dec. 17.
Riley de Wit and Max Moreno each scored 13 for Colusa and R.J. Phillips put up a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Princeton 40, Herlong 36
The Eagles got in the win column with a 40-36 victory against Herlong on Dec. 17.
Princeton used a 12-5 third quarter to take the lead and held off a late rally by the Vikings.
Wheatland 3, Colusa 2
Sariah Garcia scored two goals for Wheatland, and Janellie Colmenares recorded a goal and an assist to help lead the Pirates to a nonleague win over the RedHawks on Friday.
Hannah Howard also notched an assist in the win for Wheatland (3-1-1).
Pierce 5, Hamilton 1
Erica Granados and Berenice Velasquez scored two goals each as the Bears earned a nonleague victory Dec. 18.
Marissa Espino added another goal for Pierce (3-1-2) which led 3-1 at halftime. Goalkeeper Brenda Leos made three saves.
Pierce 2, Esparto 2
The Bears matched Esparto goal-for-goal and earned a tie against the always tough Spartans on Dec. 17.
Velasquez and Espino scored goals for Pierce, which entered halftime tied 1-1. Leos accumulated eight saves to help keep her team in the match.
Williams 3, Hamilton 1
The Yellowjackets earned their first victory of the season with a 3-1 road win as they improved to 1-3-2 overall and 1-1 in league play.
Colusa 3, Los Molinos 2
The RedHawks led 2-0 at halftime and held on to beat the Bulldogs in Mid-Valley League play Dec. 17.
Los Molinos tied the match in the 54th minute, but Sal Lara put the RedHawks back ahead with the unassisted game-winning goal in the 65th minute.
Jorge Aguilera and Felipe Granados each scored a goal for Colusa in the first half, with Granados and Tony Rico adding assists.
Jose Santana, Gumer Salazar, Alex Avila and Luis Padilla each played solid defense for the RedHawks (3-3-1 2-0), said Colusa coach Dan Kiely.
Juan Ruiz and Fernando Amador combined for three saves in the victory.
Pierce 2, Esparto 0
The Bears improved to 3-2 with a nonleague victory against host Esparto on Dec. 17 and have now won two in a row.
Williams 3, Hamilton 1
The Yellowjackets remain undefeated in league play with a 2-0-1 record after beating host Hamilton City 3-1 on Dec. 17. Williams is now 2-2-1 overall after started the season off with two losses.