LOCAL ROUNDUP: Yuba College volleyball continues to roll
Indians top Blazers in volleyball
The Yuba College volleyball team stepped out of Bay Valley Conference play on Thursday to take on Lassen College in Linda.
The 49ers sent the Cougars packing after winning 25-9, 25-7, 15-25, 25-14.
Brenna McDonald delivered 19 kills, added three blocks, two digs and a pair of aces to help improve the 49ers' record to 9-1 overall.
Katie Olson had 15 kills and four blocks, while Shaila Gidel tacked on five kills, six digs and six aces.
Allison Foster scooped 12 digs and Sam Foster dished out 34 assists, four digs and three aces.
Yuba College will resume BVC play tonight when the Niners travel to play defending champion Solano.
Marysville 3, Lindhurst 0
In Olivehurst — The Indians cruised to a Golden Empire League victory over their district rivals with game scores of 25-14, 25-19 and 25-14.
Mattyann Townsend served six aces, tallied four kills and had a dig to lead the Indians (6-5, 2-2).
Setter Taylor Ferrari dished out 15 assists and had three digs. Morgan Cowan-Fayter had two aces, three kills and two digs. Brooke Bigley totaled 17 digs for the Indians.
No information was reported by Lindhurst.
The Indians' JV team won 2-0 with game scores of 25-11, 25-17. Hannah Stueve served four aces and Ashley Adamson had two aces to lead the Indians (6-3, 3-1).
Marysville's freshman team fell to River Valley in a nonconference match 19-25, 25-11, 15-5. Angelica Maples had four aces and an assist for Marysville (2-4) and Emily Collier added two digs.
No information was reported by River Valley.
Pleasant Valley 3, Yuba City 0
In Chico — The Honkers slipped to 3-4 overall after suffering a 25-20, 25-6, 28-26 nonconference loss.
Maddie Collins had six kills, nine blocks and six digs for the Honkers, while Brittany Walker dished out 17 assists and seven digs and Ally Reece chipped in five kills.
Willows 3, East Nicolaus 0
In East Nicolaus — The Spartans dropped their first Sacramento Valley League game in a 25-10, 25-17, 25-19 loss to the Honkers.
With the loss, East Nicolaus slipped to 2-6 overall and 1-1 in league.
The East Nicolaus JV team lost 25-4, 25-10.
Yuba City 6, Pioneer 3
In Yuba City – Five different girls won in straight sets to lead the Honkers past the Patriots in TCC play at home.
Hannah Poukish won 6-3, 6-1 to pick up the win at No. 1 singles.
Amanda Perry (6-2, 7-5), Kristen Kent (6-2, 6-2), Kendell Cheim (6-2, 6-0) and Anisha Gill (6-0, 6-0) all picked up singles wins.
Kaitlyn Lovell and Lunden Fletcher added a win in doubles (6-3, 6-4) for the Honkers (4-0).
River Valley 5, Natomas 4
In Sacramento — The Falcons edged the Nighthawks to pick up their first Tri-County Conference victory of the season.
Cecilia Alvarez and Allison Broce both picked up a 6-3, 6-1 victory in singles. Katrina Abelino was also victorious in singles play (2-6, 6-1, 10-4) for River Valley (5-8, 1-1).
Vy Trinh and Caitlyn Palmer took home a 6-2, 6-2 double win, while the tandem of Miranda Sandhu and Karen Mann won 6-2, 6-1.
Coach Gabe Ramirez also credited No. 1 singles player Allison Sawyer with a solid match as all three games in her match went to a tiebreaker.
Orland 5, Live Oak 4
In Live Oak — The Lions suffered their first loss of the season to their rival.
Lucero Topete (4-6, 7-5, 7-5) and Lupe Chavez (6-2, 7-5) picked up the lone singles victories for Live Oak (9-1).
Crystal Rodriguez and Clarissa Herrera teamed up to win 8-2 in doubles, while Aisha Khan and Mishu Gulati rolled 8-2.
River Valley 287, Natomas 314
In Olivehurst — Sylvia Chavez fired a match-low 52 to lead the Falcons past the Nighthawks in a TCC match at Plumas Lake Golf & Country Club.
The two teams played the front nine holes at par 35.
Andi Richmond shot a 55, while Lea Richmond carded a 57. Mary Osborn recorded a 58 and Cameron Brennan rounded out the scoring for RV with a 65.
River Valley (3-2) defeated Yuba City by forfeit on Wednesday.
Sutter 28, Corning 12
In Corning — Jacob Gildea and Logan Wurm each scored two touchdowns in a nonleague victory over the Cardinals.
Gildea scored on touchdown runs of 43 and 9 yards, while Wurm added runs of 64 and 28 yards.
Tanner Baroni, Tevyn Nelson and Ross Applegarth all played well defensively for the Huskies (3-1).