Big third quarter lifts Woodcreek girls over Roseville
Woodcreek High School used a 23-9 run in the third quarter to overcome a one-point deficit and defeat visiting Roseville 56-44 in a Sierra Foothill League girls basketball game Thursday night.
Six-footers Ashley Breshears and Samantha Turner led the Timberwolves (12-12 overall, 4-3 SFL) with 20 and 15 points. Aliya Davis scored nine.
Roseville (3-20, 0-7) was led by junior Lindsay Anderson with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Senior Summer Muir had 13 points and seven rebounds.
Oakmont 74, Bella Vista 56 — Olivia Francis led a balanced scoring attack with 13 points, and the Vikings (17-7, 3-4 Capital Valley Conference) wore down the Broncos in the second half and pulled away from a 35-30 halftime lead.
Junior Sydney Sattelberg scored 12 points for Oakmont. Senior Ashley Rominger scored nine points, juniors Kendra Barnhard and Emilee Gavia scored eight each, and senior Lexie Morgan had seven.
Valley Christian Academy 115, Sacramento Country Day 94 — The Lions hit 22 three-pointers and scored no fewer than 26 points in each quarter, including a 35-point first quarter and a 63-point first half.
Hunter Fenn led six Valley Christian players in double figures with 17 points. Micah Gunter scored 15 points, Daniel Milligan 13, and Dillon Burbank , Josh Bowden and Forest Ryan scored 12 apiece.
The Lions will play the rest of the season without senior Teagan Mowry, who has a shoulder injury.
“He played through pain for the last month,” coach Brad Gunter Jr. said. “We are hoping that he can recover in time for baseball season.”