Sports Roundup: Basketball, soccer results
Varsity Boys Basketball
Colusa 97, Portola 58
The RedHawks neared the century mark at home on Friday, with their 19-point first quarter the only period they were held to under 20 points.
Hayden Bailey sizzled for 29 points and Max Moreno was a bucket behind with 27.
Christopher Madrigal tacked on 15, and Moreno completed a double-double with 11 rebounds.
Maxwell 67, Biggs 49
Zach Troughton and Isaias Martinez matched each other's 18-point efforts and Santiago Gonzales got in on the fun with 11 in the Panthers' road win on Friday.
Martinez also dished out eight assists and made five steals, with Troughton taking charge of seven rebounds.
Quincy 83, Williams 65
Alex Velazquez's 27 points, 20 by Luis Davalos and 11 from Noe Ramirez were not enough to prevent Friday's road loss.
Ramirez and Davalos both also double-doubled with 11 and 10 rebounds, respectively.
Pierce 2, East Nic. 0 (forfeit)
Pierce got a win the easy way when Biggs forfeited to them on Friday.
Williams 59, Biggs 56
The Yellowjackets outscored Biggs by four points in the fourth quarter for a three-point home win Feb. 19.
Davalos led Williams in scoring with 22 points, and on the glass with 15 rebounds.
Velazquez connected three times from long range among his 17 points, and Ramirez also got busy on the boards for 11 rebounds.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Colusa 58, Portola 56
The Lady RedHawks weathered a serious storm at home on Friday, taking a 16-4 lead after the first quarter but needing to fight the rest of the way for a two-point win.
Teale Stacey dropped four 3-pointers and led Colusa with 22 points, with Mollie Townzen following with 17, and both girls grabbing 11 rebounds.
Salley Loeza just missed finishing in double figures, with nine points.
Quincy 65, Williams 41
Emilee Cranford netted 28 points and collected 13 rebounds in the Lady Yellowjackets' loss in Quincy on Friday.
Allison Ward helped out with six points, and she and Carolina Mendiola each picked up seven rebounds.
Pierce 50, East Nic. 11
Pierce was loaded for bear on the road Friday, where they walloped East Nic. to finish at 6-6 in the Sacramento Valley League and 12-9 overall.
Biggs 56, Maxwell 43
The Lady Panthers lost just their second Mid-Valley League contest of the season in Biggs on Thursday, after being outscored 22-4 in the opening quarter.
Williams 36, Biggs 33
Cranford double-doubled with 20 points and 14 rebounds, while Lizeth Rivera contributed seven points and Mendiola, 15 rebounds.
Willows 4, Williams 1 (girls)
The visiting Yellowjackets scored first but Willows responded with four unanswered goals to defeat Williams in the first round of the Division III playoffs in Willows on Friday.
The lady Yellowjackets finished the season with a record of 3-7-5.