Roundup: Dec. 4, 2013

By From page A9 | December 06, 2013

Girls basketball

El Dorado 47, Burbank 40 — The Lady Cougars raced to a 33-20 halftime lead and held on for Tuesday’s nonleague win over the visiting Titans. Faith Wilson scored a baker’s dozen to lead El Dorado, Hannah Dixon bucketed 10 points, Sabrina Tate had seven, Kayla Cotton chipped in with six and Carley Fowler added four points.
Ponderosa 58, Vista del Lago 64 — The host Eagles outscored the Lady Bruins 9-3 in overtime to claim Tuesday’s nonleague matchup. Ponderosa had three players in double figures led by Danielle Craft’s 23-point, 11-rebound effort. Madison Clayton (nine rebounds) and Tiffany Nesterenko each scored 10 points. The Bruins had 27 turnovers and shot 40 percent from the floor, 41 percent on three-pointers. Craft went 5-of-11 from behind the arc.
El Dorado Adventist 27, Victory Christian 42 — The host Vikings outscored the Eagles 27-10 in the second half.
Golden Sierra 33, Marysville 41 — The Grizzlies’ second half rally fell short in Wednesday’s road loss. Golden Sierra trailed 32-16 at the half. Jenna Pendzinski scored 13 points for the Griz and had eight rebounds; Becca Brown had six points and nine boards; and Kylie Bone added five points.

Boys basketball

Golden Sierra 70, Cristo Rey 59 — Peter Biersteker scored a game-high 27 points Wednesday and Micah Wever added 19 as the Grizzlies picked up the road win. Golden Sierra outscored Cristo Rey 40-30 in the second half. Kyle Shiba and Jason Yurgelevic each contributed seven points.
El Dorado Adventist 40, Victory Christian 60 — Jake Newton led the Eagles with 14 points.

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