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Dallas Moulds double-double sparks Manteca
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Dallas Mould dominated the post for Manteca High’s sophomore girls basketball team Tuesday, pumping in 11 points to go with 18 rebounds in the Buffaloes’ 39-27 victory over visiting Central Valley.

The Buffaloes (5-5 Valley Oak League) were down 15-12 at halftime but used a 17-2 third-quarter flurry to charge ahead.

Analy Cervantes contributed nine points and nine boards for Manteca.

Sierra 58, Sonora 34
In Sonora, the first-place Timberwolves continued their march for the league title behind Mallory Weiler’s 16 points and Angelica Viera’s nine.

Bryttni Griffin took charge of the boards, pulling down 11 rebounds. Lyssa Allen, meanwhile, dished out eight assists.

East  Union 56, Ceres 21
In Ceres, Millicent Puahi-Olangca recorded 11 points, and Katrina Camara added 10 as the Squires (10-1, 16-4 overall) had 10 different players score.

Morgan Hulsebosch chipped in nine points, while Brittany LaMar and Gabby Molina each had six steals.

Weston Ranch 44, Oakdale 38 (OT)
Marcean Bryant (8 steals) scored six of game-high 25 in the overtime period to lead the Cougars to a big win over a tough opponent.

Emily Medrios added six and April Stott had seven steals.

“Marcean has been working on her shot,” Cougars head coach Jen Bauer said. “We’ve been working on it daily. In the second half she did what I asked.

“It was awesome. We work really hard on defense, but sometimes we make dumb decisions on offense. Not tonight, we did a great job.”

Central Valley 42, Manteca 31
At Winter Gym, Mia Ramirez led the Buffaloes (6-4) with 12 points, while Valerie Olide of Central Valley topped all scorers with 19.

Sierra 29, Sonora 25 (OT)
In Sonora, Lia Unterholzner grinded out nine points and nine rebounds to lead the Timberwolves’ thrilling overtime victory. Shelby Shirron collected four steals and five rebounds to go with four points. Allison Armstrong had four points and seven rebounds.

Sierra trailed by eight at halftime.

“The girls showed a ton of poise with an outstanding defensive effort in the second half,” Sierra coach Steve Unterholzner said. “I’m very proud of them for not giving up.”

East Union 49, Lathrop 37
At Dalben Center, TeeJay Gordon spearheaded the Squires (4-6, 8-11) with 17 points with Lawrence Baraan chiming in with nine. East Union nursed a 20-14 lead into halftime before pulling away.

East Union 52, Lathrop 34
At Dalben Center, Wayne Chung produced 15 points and seven assists to help the victorious Pages remain undefeated in league play at 10-0. East Union also improved to 18-2 overall.

Alex Del Rio contributed eight points and seven rebounds to the cause, and Zac Carillo added seven and six.

— Jonamar Jacinto