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LOWER LEVELS: Sierra frosh girls still perfect in VOL

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POSTED January 24, 2013 11:06 p.m.

For the eighth consecutive time in Valley Oak League play, the Sierra High freshman girls basketball team earned a victory in a 54-19 laugher over Kimball Thursday.

Sierra (8-0 VOL, 18-2 overall) got a huge effort from Trayana Davis who led all scorers with 16. Teammate Devi Coglio also finished in double-figures with 13.

 

Manteca 55, Sonora 26

The Buffaloes cruised to an easy victory over the visiting Wildcats behind a solid showing from Jade Griffin.

Manteca (6-2, 13-3) got going with a 19 point first quarter, establishing control from the onset. Griffin led all scorers with 18 points, while teammate Celina Burks finished with 13. Leah Manuleleua pulled down 12 rebounds to lead the Buffaloes.

 

Weston Ranch 53, Lathrop 35

The Cougars built an early lead and protected Thursday in a VOL win over Lathrop.

Jennifer Viguieras led the way with 16 and teammate Sabrina Martinez added 12 for the Cougars.

Weston ranch seized control of the contest by opening on a 24-3 first quarter run.

 

Oakdale 26, East Union 18

The Lancers were only able to record six first half points, digging a hole they could not recover from in a loss to Oakdale Thursday.

Taylor Ward, Ciara Goodwin and Mariah Jeffery all contributed four points apiece.

 

Sophomore

Manteca 40, Sonora 31

The Buffaloes were able to erase a halftime deficit and come back to protect their home court in a VOL win over Sonora Thursday.

Chelsea Gomez paced Manteca with nine points and 13 rebounds, while Mildred Perez added seven points and 11 boards. Alyssa Burch led both teams on the glass with a game-high 14 rebounds.

 

Weston Ranch 57, Lathrop 18

The Spartans had a ton of trouble with Weston Ranch, getting drilled by 39 in the VOL loss Thursday.

Victoria Gulley led Weston Ranch with 22 points, nine steals and eight rebounds. Teammate Kelli Laughlin finished in double-figures with 14.

Weston Ranch closed the door on the Spartans with a 16-0 run in the third.

 

Kimball 45, Sierra 33

The Timberwolves could not keep pace with the host Jaguars, falling to Kimball Thursday in VOL play by a dozen.

Hailey Silva posted 10 points and six rebounds in the loss.

 

Oakdale 37, East Union 34

The Lancers nearly erased an eight point deficit with one minute remaining Thursday in Oakdale, but the fell a basket short.

The Lancers got a 3-pointer with: 03 seconds remaining and could not get another possession.

Destiny Flores led the Lancers (5-3, 12-6) with 18, including three 3-pointers.

 

Ripon Christian 44, Le Grand 12

The Knights remained perfect on the SL season, cruising past Le Grand High with ease Thursday in league play.

Pamela Radach had 13 points to go along with nine rebounds and five steals, while teammate Nicole Graham finished with 12. Natalie Johnson also chipped in with nine in the win.

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