PREP ROUNDUP: Larsen continues to carry Huskies
Falcons, Indians win; Gridley boys into title game
Erika Larsen continues to torch the opposition.
Sutter High's senior center and two-time A-D All-Area first-team selection erupted for 27 points and pulled down 27 rebounds to help power the Huskies' girls basketball team to a 61-49 nonleague victory over Woodland on the road on Friday night.
In the three previous games, all Sutter wins, Larsen has averaged 21 points and 22 rebounds.
Destiny Stevenson added 20 points and Gabby Carrasco scored eight in the win for Sutter, which improved to 8-3 on the year with the victory.
River Valley 46, Dixon 30
In Dixon — Amrita Dale scored 18 points and the Falcons used a huge second-half to blow by the Rams in nonleague play.
River Valley (5-4) held Dixon to just eight points after halftime.
Taylor Massengale finished with six points and 14 rebounds, while Sara Brennan grabbed 10 rebounds for the Falcons.
Marysville 53, Las Plumas 45
In Marysville — Bayshta Aguila scored 23 points to help lead the Indians past the Thunderbirds in a nonleague contest at Lesta Joubert Gymnasium.
Drew Jensen finished with 18 points and teammate Holly Tarr recorded a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds for Marysville, which improved to 7-3 overall.
Colusa 64, Quincy 32
In Hamilton — Teale Stacey tallied 16 points, nine rebounds and five assists, and three other RedHawk players reached double-digits in a blowout victory over the Trojans.
Mattie Myers and Savannah Miller scored 14 points each, Emily Mobley had a big game with 11 points, 20 rebounds, three blocks and two assists, and Paige Townzen added six assists, five rebounds and two steals in the win.
Colusa (5-5) will play Hamilton in the consolation game today at 6 p.m.
PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN TOURNAMENT
Faith Christian 40, Providence Christian 23
In Orland — Shon Ritchie had 12 points and 16 rebounds, and Tina Hendricks added nine points of her own to lead the Lions to a win over host Providence Christian.
Moriah Maddalena scored seven points for Faith (5-3), which will play American Christian in the championship game today at 4:30 p.m.
Pierce 57, Esparto 17
In Arbuckle — Andy Corona scored 16 points, Hayden Kalfsbeek added 14 and the Bears routed the Spartans in Sacramento Valley League action
With the victory, Pierce improves to 5-3 overall and 2-0 in the MVL.
GEORGIA RACZNIACK TOURNAMENT
Gridley 49, Colusa 27
In Colusa — Tyler Abrego led the Bulldogs with 14 points as they took down the host RedHawks at their home tourney.
Leo Espinoza finished with 12 points, while Shobi Khan had six points for Gridley (7-4), which will play Corning in the championship game tonight at 7:30.
Wheatland 72, Kelseyville 63
Josh Crawley scored 17 points, Jimmy Pipkins chipped in with 14 and Taylor Balogi added 11 points to propel the Pirates to an opening-round win over the Knights.
The game was pushed back to Friday after traffic woes forced Kelseyville to miss the first day of the tournament.
Corning 58, Wheatland 30
Khalil Collier and Justin Hawkins scored seven points each as the Pirates lost to the Cardinals in their second game of the day.
Wheatland (7-4) will play host Colusa in the third-place game today at 6 p.m.
Sutter 72, Kelseyville 38
The Huskies used a well-rounded scoring night to top Kelseyville in second-round play.
Austin Webster and Brandon Chambers each scored 11 points, while Brandon Stevenson added 10 for Sutter (3-3).
The Huskies will play Maxwell in the consolation game today at 4:30 p.m.
PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN TOURNAMENT
Faith Christian 68, Providence Christian 34
In Orland — Micah Atkins scored 16 points to go with six steals and the Lions cruised past Providence Christian.
Justin Glen finished with 15 points, Jordan Sullivan had 11 and Skylar Zong added nine, going 3 for 4 from beyond the arc.
Faith Christian improved to 8-2 overall with the win.
JV BOYS BASKETBALL
Yuba City 75, Marysville 31
In Yuba City — John Horn and Emari Love each scored 12 points and the Honkers rolled the Indians at the JV Twin Cities Shootout.
Parker Lowe scored 10 points for Yuba City, which improved to 6-4.
Daniel Pelechowicz scored 10 points and Choua Lar had eight to lead Marysville (2-7).
JV GIRLS BASKETBALL
Colusa 41, Quincy 33
In Hamilton — Sally Loeza scored 13 points and Jasmine Savage added nine more to power the RedHawks to a win at the Hamilton Tournament.
Emily Corriea scored eight points and Ashley Loman had seven in the victory for Colusa (7-1).
Sutter 37, Woodland 26
In Woodland — Taylor Ford finished with eight points, eight rebounds and six steals to help lead the Huskies to a victory.
Megan Doolittle finished with 15 points for Sutter (5-4).
FROSH BOYS BASKETBALL
Yuba City 68, Oroville 40
In Oroville — Bailey Elkins scored 16 points, and Cameron Eden and Ryan Besso added 14 points each to lift the Honkers (6-6) past the host Tigers at the Oroville Tournament.
FROSH GIRLS BASKETBALL
Marysville 27, Golden Sierra 14
In Marysville — Jasmine Cabrito led the Indians (1-4) to their first victory of the season with nine points.