Sports Roundup: Basketball, soccer results
Varsity Boys Basketball
Maxwell 83, Portola 62
The Panthers improved to 7-1 in the Mid-Valley League and 19-3 overall with Friday's win in Portola, in which they scored their most points in a game yet this season.
Zach Troughton put up 24 big points, and Isaias Martinez was right behind him with 24, and Blake Vierra added 15.
The Panthers hosted Colusa on Tuesday, and travel to play the Wolverines in Biggs on Friday.
Live Oak 55, Pierce 49
The Bears were held to nine points in each of the first two quarters of Friday's home loss to the Lions.
Pierce (2-8 Sacramento Valley League, 6-14) played in Willows on Wednesday, and plays Friday in East Nicolaus.
Maxwell 55, Williams 33
Troughton's 17 points and 12 from Martinez led Maxwell to a 22-point home win Feb. 12.
Trent Mathis added eight points and Eddie Rangel had seven for the Panthers.
Noe Ramirez set the standard for Williams with 13 points and also hauled down 11 rebounds, while Alex Velazquez scored 10 points.
Colusa 76, Quincy 54
The Colusa boys defended the home court on Feb. 11, after the high-scoring first quarter ended in a 24-24 deadlock.
Hayden Bailey's 20 points topped a quartet of RedHawks in double figures, as Riley de Witt poured in 16, Eric Barrera followed with 13 and Christopher Madrigal, 10.
Brady Rick led the Trojans with 28 points and Anthony Sullivan pitched in with 10.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Colusa 57, Williams 37
While Emilee Cranford did her usual damage for Williams with a game-high 25 points, the RedHawk defense held the rest of her teammates to just a dozen for a road win on Friday.
Teale Stacey led the Colusa charge with 20 points, including a 3-pointer, and Sally Loeza backer her effort with 13 points.
Yasmin Moreno's nine points for the RedHawks also included a trey, and Loeza scrapped for 10 rebounds to complete a double-double, but board honors went to Andrea Thomas with 16.
Colusa (6-2 Mid Valley League, 11-12) played in Maxwell Tuesday and closes the regular season by hosting Portola Friday.
Williams (0-8 MVL, 3-14) welcomed Biggs to town Tuesday and finishes with a Friday date in Quincy.
Pierce 34, Live Oak 7
Live Oak was unable to sprout any offense in Arbuckle on Friday, as the Bears raised their record to 5-5 in the Sacramento Valley League and 11-8 overall.
Maxwell 68, Williams 44
The host Lady Panthers outscored the Yellowjackets in all but the fourth quarter on Feb. 12.
Cranford topped Williams with 20 points and Lizeth Rivera chipped in with 11.
Colusa 61, Quincy 48
The RedHawks took command with a 14-8 first quarter at home Feb. 11.
Teale Stacey led Colusa in scoring with 18 points, with Salley Loeza tallying 16 and Yasmin Moreno, 12.
Andrea Thomas snared 10 rebounds and Loeza, seven.
Colusa 6, Mercy 0
Heraclio Lopez put a pair of goals into the net and Tony Rico, Ricardo Bautista, Edgar Sanchez and Felipe Granados also scored as Colusa blanked the Warriors in Redding Thursday to finish the regular season 8-2-2 in the Mid-Valley League and 10-6-4 overall.
Pierce 1, Durham 1
The Bears led at the half but Durham scored the equalizer in the second half in Arbuckle on Thursday.
Pierce finished the season by going 1-7-1 in the Sacramento Valley League-1, and 4-9-1 overall.
Colusa 5, Williams 0
The Redhawks pressured the Yellowjackets at home Feb. 11 and scored first in the 22nd minute off the foot of Bautista, assisted by Granados. Granados scored next at the 31st minute with an assist from Sal Lara to put Colusa up 2-0 before the half.
Ten minutes into the second half, Granados scored on a breakaway for his second goal, assisted by Bautista. The Redhawks went up 4-0 at the 60th minute when Manuel Garcia scored an unassisted goal, and keeper Fernando Amador scored the final goal on a penalty kick.
RedHawk defenders Jose Santana and Luis Padilla had outstanding games, according to coach Dan Kiely who also credited midfielders Rico and Ryan Manning with playing well.
Pierce 2, Durham 0
The host Lady Bears scored a goal in each half Thursday to wrap up the regular season 5-3-1 in the Sacramento Valley League-1, and 8-4-3 for the year.
Willows 2, Pierce 1
After trailing 1-0 at the break the Bears scored the equalizer in the second half, but the Honkers' Devin Perez scored the eventual game-winner with about five minutes left in Willows Feb. 11.
Colusa 0, Williams 0
Fight as they might, neither side was able to solve the other's defense in a nil-nil stand-off in Colusa Feb. 11.