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Ponderosa 52, Woodland 15 — In Saturday’s finale of the Warren Meyer Classic at Woodland, the Lady Bruins (3-1) jumped out to a 15-2 first quarter lead and never looked back. Danielle Craft had 23 points, including five 3-pointers; Tiffany Nesterenko finished with 13; Ashlyn Zentner had six points, Alex Boyle, four, and Madison Clayton, Savannah Valdez and Mackenzie O’Donnell two each. Clayton had nine of the Bruins’ 44 rebounds, and Craft, Nesterenko and Ashlynn Cichella six each.
Ponderosa 43, Dixon 40 — The Bruins broke a 26-all tie in the fourth quarter Friday by outscoring Dixon, 17-14, for the win. Craft had a double-double for the Lady Bruins with 20 points and 13 rebounds. Nesterenko followed with seven points, Sophia George and Boyle had six each, and Clayton four. The Bruins had 36 rebounds; following Craft was Clayton with seven.
Ponderosa 63, Pioneer 39 — Two Bruins scored in double figures in the tourney opener. Craft scored 24 points and Clayton 13. Nesterenko followed with eight points, George ,six, Boyle, four, and O’Donnell, Chandler James, Delany Jacobs and Zentner two each.
Union Mine 35, Lowry 38 — In the Spanish Springs Tournament in Reno, Courtney Bruno scored eight points and Katie Parker seven for the Lady Diamondbacks, who trailed 20-17 at halftime. Hannah Bird had six points, Stephanie Preacher and Jordyn Trulli five each and Kinsey Del Rio four.
Clovis West Tourney/Central Valley Showdown
Oak Ridge 58, Hanford 61
Oak Ridge 74, Buchanan 20
Union Mine 36, Liberty Ranch 56
Union Mine 29, Red Bluff 62
Jack Scott Tournament
Oak Ridge 49, Del Campo 77
Oak Ridge 50, Foothill 44