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ROUNDUP: Ripon girls soccer routs Livingston, continues TVL shutout streak
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Ripon completed a perfect first half of the Trans-Valley League girls soccer season on Thursday, routing winless Livingston 11-0 at Mary Grogan Community Park in Modesto.

The Indians (5-0 TVL, 14-4-2 overall) have blanked all five of their league rivals, outscoring them, 26-0. They’ll begin the second round of league play next Tuesday at second-place Hilmar.

Jaydin Kroutil led the latest onslaught with two goals and three assists. Younger sister Kaiya Kroutil pitched in two goals and one assist. Katie Martin also scored a brace.

Goalkeeper Ellena Parenti-Gomez had a save in the first half but got to play the field in the second half, contributing a goal. Defender Katie Rhodes served as goalie in the second half, picking up a pair of saves.

Others chipping in on the attack: Kaitlyn Espinola (assist), Ariana Daniels (assist), Ines Rodriguez (goal), McKenna Pokorny (goal, assist), Alyson Harvey (goal), Natalie Johnson (goal) and Alison Isham (goal).


Ripon Christian 7, Waterford 0

The visiting Knights (7-0-2, 13-2-3 overall) had their way with winless Waterford (0-7-1, 0-13-2) and notched their sixth straight win in Southern Athletic League.

Dayna Koolhaas had a first-half hat trick, and four different scorers got on the scoring sheet in the second half. Seniors Cilya Michel and Kailee Alejandre recorded their first goals of the season. Hailey Henderson finished with a goal and an assist. Addison De Jong got RC going in the second half with a goal just two minutes in.

Maya De Jong contributed two assists, while Addison De Jong, Anika Scholland and Tara Heidi had one apiece.



Lathrop 64, Grace Davis 21

Lathrop (10-0, 17-6 overall) maintained its two-game lead in the Western Athletic Conference with a routine road win.

Sanah Sunner led a balanced attack with 18 points. Alaba Olaleye and freshman Shakara Porter had 10 each. Marianna Delgado scored nine.

Lathrop effectively ran its press and man-to-man defenses, leading 14-4 after the first quarter and allowing only seven points in the second half.

Coach Dwayne Davis lauded the development of first-year sophomore Sierra Adams, who contributed six rebounds to go with her put-back layup.


Riverbank 60, Ripon 38

Down 28-12 at halftime, visiting Ripon (4-4, 10-2 overall) made a run in the third quarter and cut the deficit to 10 before the Bruins (7-1, 19-3) made two 3s to recapture the momentum.

Mackenzie Loechler led the Indians with 12 points and six rebounds. Shayla McKeon added seven points and seven assists off the bench. Kailee Inderbizin finished with six points and a team-high nine rebounds.

Taylor Macias anchored Riverbank with 28 points, scoring 13 of the in the fourth quarter.


East Union 53, Oakdale 24

At Dalben Center, the host Lancers (7-0 VOL, 20-4 overall) jumped out to a 22-9 first quarter lead. Ava Barrera helped ignite the early onslaught with two 3-pointers. The freshman wing finished with 13 points.

Taylor Snaer paced EU with 16 points. Nylah Dawson and Donnese Payne contributed eight apiece.

Oakdale (1-6, 5-18) was led by Avery Gleason’s nine points.


JV girls soccer

Ripon 12, Livingston 0

Starla Skiles recorded a hat trick, while Rylee Agbayani, Gia Grewal and Jordyn Meeuwse each scored twice.

Emily Paxton, Malia Locarnini and Kyla Agbayani scored one apiece.


JV girls basketball

Grace Davis 26, Lathrop 24

Kirat Sidnu and Olsen Ughiyobo Lathrop 11 and five points, respectively.


Frosh girls basketball

Lathrop 45, Grace Davis 20

Tatiana Lopez fired 10 of her team-high 20 points in the first quarter. Lathrop led 19-3 after the first quarter and ked 29-3 at halftime.

Nevaeh Hubbard and Faith Butler scored six each.