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PREP ROUNDUP: Sutter wrestling takes Savedra tourney
Gridley boys lose in tourney title game
The Sutter High wrestling team saw six grapplers take first and had a total of 11 competitors place to win the 14th annual Christopher Savedra Memorial Wrestling Tournament in Wheatland on Saturday.
The Huskies totaled 239 points as a team, while Jesuit was a distant second with 130 points. Wheatland was fourth, Yuba City took seventh, River Valley was eighth and Lindhurst was 14th at the 18-team tournament.
Placing first for the Huskies were Gage Kim (106 pounds), Zach Bell-Mathews (145), Chase Miles (152), Alex Ingram (160), Chase Gildea (182) and Reid Melani (285).
Mike Thompson (195) took second, Alex Lopez (126) and Hunter Minton (138) placed third, and Riley Vickner (170) and Trevor Holt (220) took fourth to round out the scores for the Huskies.
The only other Mid-Valley competitor to place first was River Valley's Jordan Davis in the 195-pound division.
Andrew Gonzales (220) finished second, Ryan Franken (120), Mikey Hawkins (152) and Kalan Hastey (170) each took third, and Cassidy Moreno (145) was fourth to lead the way for Wheatland.
Yuba City was led by third-place finishes from freshman Thomas Thornton (132) and Eli Honeycutt (285), and a pair of fourth-place finishes from Cody McMahon (182) and Westley McMahon (195).
Davis placed first, Timmy Webb (160) was second and Harlan Shelton (106) took fourth to pace the Falcons.
Tongsai Thanadab took fourth in the 113-pound division for Lindhurst.
GEORGIA RACZNIAK TOURNAMENT
Corning 56, Gridley 37
In Colusa — The Bulldogs fell to the undefeated Cardinals in the tournament championship game.
Corning is the No. 6-ranked team in the Northern Section according to the latest media poll.
All-tournament selection Tyler Abrego scored 15 points, Emery Haddy added nine points and Shobi Khan put up six points. Leo Espinoza was also named to the all-tournament team.
The Bulldogs (7-5) will face Lindhurst on Wednesday at Farmer's Hall.
Sutter 61, Winters 49
All-tournament selection Garrett Stevenson scored 13 points and dished out nine assists to help lead the Huskies past the Warriors in the consolation game.
Seth Landers added 12 points and Ty Prince finished with 15 rebounds and five steals in the win for Sutter (4-3).
PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN TOURNAMENT
Faith Christian 75, American Christian 43
In Orland — Micah Atkins scored 24 points to lead the Lions to the tournament championship.
Justin Glen had a great all-around game with 17 points, nine steals and six assists. Deep Bhatti picked up a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds.
Jordan Sullivan tacked on 13 points for the Lions (9-2) who will face Gridley on Friday at C.A. Summy Gymnasium.
Colusa 47, Hamilton 32
In Hamilton City — Savannah Miller scored 17 points and all-tournament selection Emily Mobley finished with 10 points, 12 rebounds, four blocks and a pair of assists to lead the RedHawks to a second-place finish at the Hamilton tourney.
Paige Townzen had eight points, four rebounds and two assists, Mattie Myers chipped in with six points and six assists, and Teale Stacey tallied four points, six rebounds and four steals for Colusa (6-5).
PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN TOURNAMENT
Faith Christian 48, American Christian 22
In Orland — Tournament MVP Tiffany Hendricks scored 25 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and drained a school record seven 3-pointers to catapult the Lions to the tourney championship.
Shon Ritchie added 13 points and 22 rebounds and Tina Hendricks finished with six points for Faith (6-3). Both were named to the all-tournament team.
Moriah Maddalena scored four points and was given the Sportsmanship Award at the tourney.
JV GIRLS BASKETBALL
Colusa 43, Las Plumas 36
In Hamilton City — Ashley Roman scored 14 points and Mollie Townzen added 10 of her own to power the RedHawks (8-1) past the Thunderbirds in the championship game of the Hamilton Tournament.
Oroville 36, Marysville 32
In Lincoln — Morgan Lake scored 11 points to go with nine rebounds and Ajza Matta added eight points to go with seven boards in the finale of the Lincoln Tournament.
Lake and Matta were both all-tournament selections for the Indians (4-6).
Las Plumas 74, Marysville 47
In Marysville — Atheena Hewitt had 14 points and six steals, and Lake added 10 points and eight rebounds in the Indians' loss to the Thunderbirds on Friday night.
Marysville 30, Rio Linda 24
In Lincoln — Hannah Stueve tallied eight points and four steals and Mikayla Anderson dropped eight points and came down with 11 rebounds to power the Indians to a win at the Lincoln Tournament on Friday.
FROSH BOYS BASKETBALL
Yuba City 74, Las Plumas 59
In Oroville — Ryan Besso scored a team-high 18 points to propel the Honkers to a win in the consolation game of the Oroville Tournament.
Bailey Elkins added 14 points and Matt Lara dished out nine assists in the win for Yuba City (7-6).