Sports Roundup: Girls, boys basketball results
Varsity Girls Basketball
Maxwell 34, Big Valley 26
Kaily McKinley scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds during Maxwell High's 34-26 win against Big Valley on Saturday in the Princeton Girls Basketball Tournament.
Jessie Otterson added eight points, eight rebounds and three steals for the Panthers (4-0), who trailed 15-14 at halftime.
Shelen Boyes and Ashley Azevedo scored four points each, and Jenna Powell added two points and five rebounds.
Princeton 50, Downieville 14
The Eagles (1-3) picked up their first victory of the season with a 50-14 victory against Downieville on Saturday.
Maxwell 50, Princeton 30
Azevedo scored a game-high 15 points and had a big game on defense with nine rebounds and three steals as the Panthers upended the host Eagles 50-30 Saturday morning.
Otterson scored 12 points, McKinley scored nine, and Powell added six points and 11 rebounds.
Amanda Hansen and Maryssa Martin led the Princeton scoring attack with 14 points each. Martin added 13 rebounds and a block, while Hansen had six rebounds and five steals.
Maxwell 56, Downieville 10
Three Panthers reached double digits and all nine players on the roster scored as Maxwell opened the Princeton Tournament with a 56-10 win against Downieville.
McKinley led the Panthers with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Otterson and Powell scored 10 points each, and Boyes had seven steals and four assists.
Big Valley 47, Princeton 42
Princeton's entire offense went through three players but Big Valley used a big first quarter to beat the Eagles 47-42 on Friday.
Hansen scored 15 points, Gaby Rodriguez scored 14 points and Martin scored 13 points, accounting for the Eagles' entire point total.
Hansen led Princeton with 12 rebounds, three blocks and five steals; Martin added 11 rebounds and two steals; Rodriguez had nine rebounds; and Arianna Ilharreguy added nine rebounds, a steal and three assists.
Williams 45, Quincy 36
The Yellowjackets won their second consecutive game and improved to 3-1 this season with a 45-36 victory against Quincy on Saturday.
Emilee Cranford led Williams with 23 points and 10 rebounds; Lizeth Rivera scored nine points; Elizabeth Mendez scored four points and swiped six steals; Ashlin Covarrubias scored four points and grabbed six rebounds; and Carolina Mendiola had a team-high 13 rebounds and blocked two shots.
Williams 52, Biggs 47
Led by a 21-point game by Cranford, Williams bounced back from a loss to Chester in their opener.
Cranford added eight rebounds and two steals, and Mendez scored 11 points, dished out five assists and had two steals. Mendiola scored seven points and commanded a team-high 11 rebounds.
Chester 60, Williams 36
The Yellowjackets opened the Biggs Tournament with a loss to a powerful Chester squad.
Cranford led Williams in scoring with 12 points and had eight rebounds and three assists. Mendez chipped in eight points, Rivera scored six points, and Mendiola had six points and 13 rebounds.
Portola 47, Pierce 26
Pierce 33, Mercy 28
Statistics were unavailable before press time.
Varsity Boys Basketball
Colusa 49, Technology 37
South Fork 52, Colusa 23
Elsie Allen 60, Colusa 55
Colusa High picked up its first victory of the boys basketball season on the final day of the Kelseyville Tournament, beating Technology of Rohnert Park 49-37.
The RedHawks (1-4) dropped the first two games of the tournament to South Fork, from Miranda, and Elsie Allen, from Santa Rosa.
'Jackets 3rd in Block LM Tourney
The Williams High boys basketball team rebounded from a 58-38 loss to Hamilton on Thursday to take third in the 40th annual Block LM Shootout in Los Molinos.
The Yellowjackets posted wins over Mercy (72-57) on Friday and American Christian Academy (53-39) on Saturday.
Boys JV Basketball
Colusa 44, Fort Bragg 29
The RedHawks (2-2) won their second consecutive game in the Kelseyville Tournament, beating Fort Bragg 44-29 on Saturday.
Hunter Mobley led Colusa with 16 points, eight rebounds and two steals. Max Moreno added 11 points and three steals. Christopher Madrigal scored six points and grabbed four rebounds.
Colusa 58, Cloverdale 48
Colusa bounced back from consecutive losses to open the season with a 58-48 victory against Cloverdale on Friday.
Max Moreno scored 18 points and brother Jorge Moreno added 14 points for the RedHawks. Mobley added 10 points.
Willits 44, Colusa 43
The RedHawks lost on a buzzer-beater after a sloppy game in which Colusa turned the ball over 19 times.
Despite the turnovers, Rigo Santana was sharp from long range, scoring all 12 of his points from behind the 3-point line. Jorge Moreno added 14 points and five rebounds.