Prep Roundup: Sutter girls soccer goes to 12-0
Senior captain Sarah Snyder notched a hat trick and the Sutter High girls soccer team completed its Butte View League campaign a perfect 12-0 with an easy 8-0 victory over Winters at home on Thursday.
Jayden Garcia, Kelsey Graham, Lindsey Moore, Katie Woodward and Erika Linch all scored goals for the Huskies (15-2), who have won 70 straight BVL games dating back to the 2004-05 season,
Goalkeeper Sam Foster made four saves and recorded her 14th shutout of the season,
Sutter finds out it playoff fate this Saturday when the Northern Section releases its playoff brackets.
Colusa 6, Hamilton 3
Jessica Garcia scored a pair of goals and assisted on another as the Redskins wrapped up their regular season slate with a Sacramento Valley League Two victory over the Braves at home.
Katelyn Lorenzini, Sandra MacPherson, Mimi Rinzler and Loren Charter also scored goals for the Redskins (10-2-1, 8-2-1), who will be the No. 2 seed when the Northern Section Division III playoffs begin next week, according to coach Randy Watt.
Stephanie Munguia, Ashley Biggs and Maria Ibarra notched assists in the win.
Gridley 4, Las Plumas 0
Cali Garcia scored a goal and assisted on two more to lift the Bulldogs to a BVL win over Las Plumas in their regular season finale at home.
Danny Ramos, Cristo Garcia and Mauricio Tinoco added a goal each and J.P. Navarro notched an assist in the win for Gridley (5-13-2, 4-7-1).
Gridley's girls team also won, 6-1.
Hamilton 3, Colusa 0
The Redskins (7-6-3, 3-5) gave up three early goals at home to end the season.
Christian Avila had six saves and Vicente Guttierez was credited with good defense.
East Nicolaus 36, Esparto 30
Allen DaPrato scored nine points and pulled down nine rebounds to lift the Spartans to a Mid-Valley League win over Esparto at home.
Justin Ozcan added eight points in the win for East Nicolaus (10-12, 4-4).
New Life Chr. 52, North Hills Chr. 34
Carlos Lopez-Ward dropped in 21 points and the Crusaders picked up a road win in Northern Pacific Athletic Conference play.
Mikie DeLozier added another 16 points for New Life (11-9, 5-4).
East Nicolaus 49, Esparto 29
Sophomore Darleen Herrin scored a team-high 18 points and the Spartans (14-10, 5-3) picked up their fifth MVL win at home.
Milinda Kendrick scored eight and grabbed 13 rebounds.
In the JV game, Brooke Essary scored 29 points in a 51-47 win for East Nic.
Live Oak 47, Pierce 37
The Lions are trying to enter the postseason on a hot streak.
Live Oak (14-8, 4-5) won its second straight SVL game with a double-double from Amyah Clark, who scored a team-high 15 points and pulled down 10 boards.
Courtney Hutchins led the Bears (3-13, 2-7) with 13 points.
Natomas 55, River Valley 53
Brittney Reyes had 19 points and eight rebounds, but the Falcons (10-15, 4-4) were outscored 20-5 in a pivotal second period and dropped their Tri-County Conference game to the Nighthawks at home.
The Falcons' JV team won 54-43 to improve to 15-10 overall and 7-1 in the TCC.
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Yuba City 46, Pioneer 33
Ricardo Franco scored 16 points in the home win over the Patriots.