Sports Roundup: Basketball, soccer results
Varsity Boys Basketball
Maxwell 62, Portola 56
The Panthers came out hot, outscoring visiting Portola 25-9 in the first quarter Friday.
Zach Troughton's 17 points and 16 by Isaias Martinez sparked the offense, with Blake Vierra and Eddie Rangel scoring eight points apiece.
Rangel and Troughton tied for the team lead in rebounds with seven boards each.
Maxwell (15-2, 3-0 Mid-Valley League) played in Colusa on Wednesday and hosts Biggs on Friday.
Willows 66, Pierce 51
The Bears were outdone by visiting Willows in Arbuckle on Friday.
Pierce (5-10, 1-4 Sacramento Valley League) hosted East Nic. on Tuesday and host Durham Friday.
Maxwell 73, Williams 49
The Panthers used good ball distribution and a balanced scoring attack to down the Yellowjackets in Williams on Jan. 22.
Eddie Rangel's 18 points led the way, but he was followed closely by Isaias Martinez (16) and Zach Troughton (11).
Trent Mathis and Blake Vierra also made eight-point contributions, with Thomas Mitchum hauling down six rebounds to take team honors.
The Jackets got 13 points and nine rebounds from Ismael Larios, nine points from Alex Velazquez and seven by Edgar Del Horno.
Colusa 87, Quincy 68
The RedHawks scored their highest point total of the season in Quincy on Jan. 21, getting a double-double performance of 24 points and 11 rebounds from Max Moreno.
Hayden Bailey, R.J. Phillips and Christopher Madrigal also scored in double figures, with 14, 13 and 11 points, respectively.
Quincy's Brady Rick led all scorers with 26 points and Ty Morrison followed with 19.
Live Oak 50, Pierce 38
Ricky Jauraqui was the only Bear to score in double figures with 12 points in the Jan. 21 loss on the road.
Jake Voorhees helped out with nine points and Saul Mendez, eight.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Willows 50, Pierce 40
The hometown Bears were just two points down entering the fourth quarter but were outscored 18-10 in the final period on Friday.
Pierce (7-5, 1-3 Sacramento Valley League) faced the Spartans in East Nicolaus on Tuesday, and hosts Durham on Thursday.
Colusa 46, Quincy 35
Eight different players scored for the Lady RedHawks in their Jan. 21 road win.
Mollie Townzen topped the scoring column with 13 points, Teale Stacey nailed three 3-pointers among her 11 points, Salley Loeza helped out with seven points and Andrea Thomas, six.
Townzen and Andrea Thomas both took control on the glass, pulling down 15 and 12 rebounds, respectively.
Maxwell 58, Williams 42
The Lady Panthers outscored host Williams 29-15 in the second half for a 16-point win on Jan. 21.
Esparto 3, Williams 2
The host Spartans were one goal better than Williams on Thursday, as the Yellowjackets fell to 3-4-2 and 3-2-1 in the Mid-Valley League.
Williams hosts Los Molinos today and finished the week with a home game Friday versus Hamilton.
Colusa 8, Biggs 0
Manuel Garcia scored twice and the RedHawks got single goals from Sal Lara, Freddy Casillas, Jorge Hernandez, Tristen Mendenhall, Heraclio Lopez and Felipe Granados in a lopsided win in Biggs. Jan. 21.
Coach Dan Kiely said Colusa played much of the second half working on their ball control to ease up on the Wolverines.
Willows 5, Pierce 1
The hometown Honkers scored four first-half goals and limited the Pierce defense to a lone goal in the second half on Jan. 21.
Esparto 4, Williams 2
The Yellowjackets were doubled up at Esparto on Thursday, as Williams netted a goal in each half but the Spartans scored twice in each half.
JV Boys Basketball
Pierce 50, Live Oak 39
The Pierce junior varsity used 15 points from Angel Hernandez and 14 from Cole Travis to notch a road win on Jan. 21.
Travis also supplied eight rebounds and Colby Bates hauled down seven.