Sports Roundup: Basketball, soccer results
Varsity Boys Basketball
Colusa 71, Williams 62
A strong second quarter propelled the RedHawks to a homecoming victory against visiting Williams High on Friday.
Senior guard Luke Corriea scored a career-high 16 points and homecoming king Noel Sosa scored two points for Colusa (11-12, 5-3 MVL). Senior center Kevin Buenrostro scored nine points and senior guard A.J. Windsor added two. Hayden Bailey scored 12 points and R.J. Phillips pitched in with 11.
No statistics were reported for Williams (6-13, 0-8 MVL).
Varsity Girls Basketball
Colusa 34, Williams 23
The RedHawks (13-10, 5-3) won their homecoming game against county-rival Williams (5-11, 0-8) in a Mid-Valley League showdown on Friday in Colusa.
Live Oak 56, Pierce 43
A disastrous third quarter cost the Bears (8-13, 3-8) a chance at a Sacramento Valley League victory against host Live Oak on Friday. The Lions outscored Pierce 24-5 during the period.
Macey Cox led Pierce with 17 points, Natalie Corona scored seven, Ellen Hansen scored six, and Kendra Kent grabbed eight rebounds.
Princeton 40, Paradise Adventist 15
The Eagles (18-5, 10-0) held Paradise Adventist to just two points in the first half as they remained undefeated in Pioneer-Valley League play on Thursday in Paradise.
Amanda Hansen made three 3-pointers and finished with 15 points and four steals. Maryssa Martin added 11 points, 11 rebounds and six steals. Gaby Rodriguez contributed five points and five steals, and Irma Perez scored four points and grabbed three rebounds.
Colusa 2, Esparto 2
The RedHawks finished the season in second place behind the Spartans in the Mid-Valley League soccer standings after closing the season with a 2-2 draw in Esparto on Thursday.
Stephanie Munguia gave Colusa (7-4-5, 6-2-1) the lead in the first half with a strong shot from outside the penalty box that sailed over the goalkeeper's head, but Esparto tied it before halftime.
In the second half, Rebecca Velazquez nudged in a cross from Anel Sanchez and put the RedHawks up 2-1, but Esparto (9-1-2, 8-0-1) tied it later in the half.
The game went off without any incidents after the last meeting between the teams was halted due to a fight. That game will not be made up, though Colusa is still appealing whether or not that game should be counted as a loss.
Hamilton 4, Williams 2
The Yellowjackets finished the regular season with a 4-2 loss to host Hamilton High on Thursday. The victory was the Braves' first of the season. Williams (4-8-1, 2-7-1) finished the season in third place in the Mid-Valley League.
Pierce 0, Durham 0
The Bears played the Trojans to a scoreless draw just two days after playing a scoreless tie against Willows.
Pierce (4-6-5, 2-4-3) finished the regular season in third place in the Sacramento Valley League.
Pierce 3, Durham 0
The Bears shut out Durham on the final day of the regular season and finished the year in second place in the Sacramento Valley League.
Pierce (7-4-3, 5-3-1) scored on goals by Ulisis Flores, Adolfo Ramirez and Ulisis Lopez. Ramirez and Francisco Padilla added assists. Victor Navaro made four saves and earned the shutout.
Williams 11, Biggs 2
The Yellowjackets finished the Mid-Valley League season in second place after beating Biggs on Thursday in Williams.
Nine players scored for Williams (10-3-1, 7-2-1), led by two goals from Tony Boites and two goals from Salvador Ramirez. Seniors Cristian Solis, Robert Cazares, Saul Esparza and Joseph Alva each scored a goal.