Solano women steamroll Yuba to stay perfect in BVC

By From page B1 | January 25, 2014

ROCKVILLE — The Solano Community College women’s basketball team continued its roll through Bay Valley Conference play with a 94-37 win over Yuba College, Friday.

The Falcons (18-4, 9-0 BVC) opened a 59-15 lead at halftime. SCC had previously beaten Yuba 79-51 earlier this season.

Denisha Lundy led SCC with 13 points and added five assists and three steals, while Taylor Hamilton had 10 points and six assists.

Justice Robinson and Christen Voyles also scored 10 points each for the Falcons, with Robinson grabbing four rebounds. Laura Lawson added eight points and seven rebounds and Ariel Clay led Solano with six steals.

The Falcons are back in action at Laney College in Oakland, Wednesday.

JC men’s basketball

Falcons can’t keep up with 49ers

ROCKVILLE — The Solano Community College men’s basketball team fell behind 43-25 at the half and couldn’t catch up in an 80-70 Bay Valley Conference loss to Yuba College, Friday.

The Falcons (7-13, 3-6 BVC) were led by Ryan Sondhi’s 18 points, with Corey Doran and Jamarae Moss each scoring 10.

SCC plays at Alameda College, Wednesday.

Prep girls basketball
Rodriguez blasts by Wood

FAIRFIELD — The Rodriguez High girls basketball team cruised to a 71-21 Monticello Empire League win over Wood, Friday.

Ally Tacdol led the Mustangs (10-9, 2-1 MEL) with 15 points, while Janessa Boling had 13, Casara Vaughn nine and Daraja Carroll eight.

Rodriguez hosts Vacaville, Tuesday.

Buckingham Charter 28, Sac Country Day 26: At Sacramento, the Knights (4-7, 2-3 SMAL) held on for a Sacramento Metro Athletic League victory.

“We just kind of held them off and played great defense (at the end),” coach Tessa Threets said.

Jasmine Gonzalez led Buckingham with 16 points and seven rebounds, with Jasmine Coutee adding four points and five rebounds.

The Knights play at Faith Christian next Friday.

Prep boys basketball

Armijo rallies to top Napa in overtime

NAPA — Down 11 at the half, the Armijo High boys basketball team rallied to tie Napa at 71 at the end of regulation on its way to a 79-73 overtime win in Monticello Empire League play, Friday.

Bryce Lumpkins led Armijo (3-14, 1-2 MEL) with 26 points, while Jordan Allen had 18, Tyree Carrie 17 and Victory Caldwell 15.

With the Indians down 66-64, Allen tied the game with a basket with 2 seconds left in regulation.

Armijo hosts Vintage, Tuesday.

Rodriguez 62, Wood 53: At Vacaville, the Mustangs (17-1, 3-0) tied the school record for consecutive wins at 16 set by the 2008-09 squad by outscoring the Wildcats 41-20 in the second half.

“It was a tale of two halves,” Rodriguez coach Nate Rankin said. “Wood came out and they just played an amazing game offensively and defensively. The (18-7 first quarter) score tells that. We had a hard time getting anything started. What happened is we made our defensive adjustments and that’s when the game turned for us.”

Tim Moore led the Mustangs with 18 points, while Kyle Williams had 16 and Rishod Abraham 14.

“DeAndre Scott, Kesean Graham and Jordan Badger played a fantastic game. They were crucial to the comeback in the second half.”

Cameron Moore led Wood with 16 points, while Darius Washington had 14.

Rodriguez looks to extend its winning streak at Vacaville, Tuesday.

Buckingham Charter 71, Sac Country Day 31: At Sacramento, the Knights (9-7, 3-1 SMAL) were led by Phil Kennedy’s 14 points.

Joey Morales added 12 points for Buckingham and Jessie Buggs added 10.

The Knights play at home against Sacramento Lutheran ta Vaca Peña Middle School, Tuesday, before playing at Faith Christian, Friday.

Prep wrestling

5 Indians still alive in Tim Brown Memorial

SACRAMENTO — The Armijo High wrestling team enjoyed some success in the Tim Brown Memorial Tournament, Friday.

Darius Levan remained undefeated at 108 pounds on Day 1 with a 3-0 record, recording one pin to stay in the winner’s bracket.

Still alive in the consolation bracket for Armijo are Hayden Scibek (134, 3-1), Jorge Perez (154, 3-1), Amini Kapapa (172, 4-1) and Kris Elkin (222, 3-1). Each wrestler in the consolation bracket had one pin, with Perez recording two.

Daily Republic staff


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