Sports Roundup: Baseball, softball, Rec League basketball results
Colusa 16, Live Oak 0
Colusa High took advantage of miscues and free passes to blast Live Oak on Saturday at the Oroville Tournament.
The Lions committed seven errors, handed out eight walks and hit four batters, and the RedHawks cashed in.
Cyrus Yerxa and Tyler Martin had two hits each and Joe Ferrini drove in three runs for Colusa (1-2).
Lane Cervantes pitched four shutout innings, allowing two hits and struck out two.
Fort Bragg 7, Pierce 4
The Bears (1-3) had plenty of base runners but couldn't muster enough offense to topple the visiting Fort Bragg baseball team on Saturday.
The Timberwolves won 7-4 but Pierce High put runners on base consistently with 10 hits and reached on five walks.
Hamilton 10, Princeton 2
Hamilton High banged out 12 hits against host Princeton on Monday for the win.
Rylee Deitz went 2-for-4 with a triple and Tati Cabral doubled for the Braves. Cabral struck out 11 and allowed three hits to pick up the win.
Rec League Basketball
Savages 41, Wolves 32
The game was tied 2-2 nearly nine minutes into the game but the paced quickened by halftime and the Savages built a 23-15 lead. In the second half the Savages (4-1) got on a roll, running off a 10-4 stretch to go up 33-22. The Wolves (0-5) countered with a 10-2 run of their own, getting as close as 35-32, but the Savages clamped down on defense to win.
Bulls 41, Swag 32
Swag, a new team to the league, was still trying to find a rhythm while the Bulls found both their up-tempo offense and their inside game. The game was close at the start, as the Bulls began with an 8-0 run and Swag (1-4) countered with a 7-3 run. The Bulls (2-3) led 19-16 at halftime and pulled away in the second half, building a 10-point lead with about seven minutes to go. That margin held up the rest of the way and the Bulls won.
Redskins 53, Hoosiers 38
The Redskins' zone defense created many open-court baskets and led to a 25-18 halftime advantage. The Redskins used a 19-6 run to gain a 19-point lead with just over five minutes to play. Also contributing to the defending league-champion Hoosiers' (2-3) struggles was their under-par shooting. The Redskins (4-1) held onto the double digit lead for the victory.
SWAT 57, La Fortuna 48
La Fortuna started the game with good defense and shooting to take an early 11-5 lead, but SWAT closed in late in the first half with a 13-4 run. La Fortuna could not find an answer to SWAT's fast guards and accurate outside shooting and fell behind by 12 points. SWAT (3-2) held this lead for most of the second half until La Fortuna (3-2) found the basket - La Fortuna ran off seven unanswered points and closed the margin to only five points. However, La Fortuna ran out of time and lost.
Aces 59, Regulators 19
The first-place Aces (5-0) got off to a fast start which set the tone for the rest of the game. Several extended runs by the Aces put the game out of reach early. The Aces led 27-7 at half and the second half was more of the same. The Aces strung together runs of 7-0, 8-0 and 10-1 to build a large lead and beat the Regulators (1-4).