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Sierra comeback falls short

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POSTED January 31, 2013 11:53 p.m.

After a solid showing in its win over Oakdale, Sierra dug itself an early hole it couldn’t recover from in its VOL loss Thursday to Sonora.

“We fought back late and cut it to 11,” Sierra head coach Steve Unterholzner said. “It was a nice comeback sparked by the defense of Kayla Wilson and Katelyn Teixeira.”

Wilson led all scorers with 19, while Teixeira chipped in with nine. Celine Barber followed her with eight points in the loss.

Sierra (3-7, 7-15) will be back on the court looking for a win against East Union in its next league battle.

 

Southern League

Ripon Christian 45, Denair 14

The Knights had no problem taking care of the host Denair Coyotes, blasting the club by 31 with limited action from their starters Thursday.

Kaylie Colyn was the lone Ripon Christian player in double figures with 11, while teammates Tegan Manus and Jenny Wickham both chipped in with eight. Kirstin Bowman also had eight points for the Knights.

Ripon Christian was on from the start, opening the contest on a 15-0 first quarter run.

 

Sophomore

Weston Ranch 48, Oakdale 37

The Cougars put the game away with an 18-point fourth quarter, beating Oakdale by 11 in league action Thursday.

Weston Ranch trailed 26-21 at the half, but outscored Oakdale over the final two quarters by 16.

Sierra Bowen came off the bench and contributed greatly on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball. She had six points and five boards.

Victoria Gulley and Kelli Laughlin both had 10 for the Cougars.

 

Freshman

Sierra 46, Sonora 27

The Timberwolves remained perfect in VOL play, beating Sonora by 19 in their most recent league action.

Trayana Davis led all scorers with 16, while teammate Briana Padua chipped in with nine.

Sierra (10-0, 20-2) will try and keep it going against East Union on its next challenge.

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