Roundup: Jan. 30, 2014

By From page A9 | January 31, 2014

TROJANS #3, Derksen Grace.  Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

GRACE DERKSEN, pictured earlier this season, scored six points in Tuesday's win. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

Boys basketball 

Union Mine 36, Cosumnes Oaks 67 — The Diamondbacks trailed only 22-11 in Tuesday’s Sierra Valley Conference game in Elk Grove. But the host Wolf Pack held the D’backs to five points in the second quarter to lead 36-16 at halftime. Michael O’Neill had 11 points for the D’backs (1-6, 5-14). Sean Verbitsky followed with seven points, Austin Russell six, Tommy Tolman and Brody Pearman five each and Tyler Parker two.
Ponderosa 52, Sheldon 59 — The Bruins trailed 37-23 at halftime, and rallied in the second half but fell short. Chris Snyder led Ponderosa (0-3, 9-10) with 20 points, Shelby Lee 11, Josh Bist eight, Marcus Forbes six, Marty Padilla four, Matt Bejsovec two and Jordan Brennan one.

Girls basketball

Oak Ridge 52, St. Francis 38 — In Tuesday’s Delta River League game in Sacramento, the visiting Lady Trojans fell behind in the first quarter, 12-8, but erupted for 21 points in the second quarter for a 28-14 halftime lead. Oak Ridge controlled the second half for the win and remained alone in first place in league. Jenn Hoffman led Oak Ridge (4-0, 16-4) with 14 points. Ali Bettencourt and Michelle Barkley followed with eight points each, Shelby Peters seven, Grace Derksen six, Yumi Drossos three and Conde Isamar, Saraya Smith and Briana Dulgar two each.  
Union Mine 52, Cosumnes Oaks 65
 — Three Lady Diamondback players scored in double figures in Tuesday’s Sierra Valley Conference game at the Snake Pit; Yvonne Taylor had 13 points, Savannah Scott 12 and Stephanie Preacher 10. Courtney Bruno followed with seven points, Jordyn Trulli three, and Kinsey Del Rio, Hannah Bird and Katie Parker two points each. Union Mine (1-6, 6-13) was behind 19-15 after the first quarter, but was held to eight points in the second quarter, as the visiting Wolf Pack led 33-27 at halftime. Each squad scored 15 points  in the third quarter, but Cosumnes Oaks outscored Union Mine again in the fourth quarter, 17-10, for the win.
“We played hard, consistent and kept our heads in the entire game,” Union Mine head coach Chris Del Rio said. “I am so proud of these girls. A few more good shots good have changed the outcome of the game (Tuesday).”


Ponderosa 21, Folsom 45 — PHS wins: 106- Austin Ward by 4-2 decision; 160- Trae Providence by 1-0 decision; 170- TJ Shamblin by 8-2 decision; 220- Kyle Jennings by forfeit; HWT- Nathaniel Moody by forfeit.

Knotting Pine Lanes, Pollock Pines 

Mountain Women Bowling League
Week 18
Team standings
1. Alley Oops 8-0
2. Knotty Girls 5-3
3. Bowlin Baggs 5-3
4. Sometimers 3-5
5. Hillbilliettes 3-5
6. Team Effort 3-5
7. Pin Pals 3-5
8. Fun Gals 2-6

High games: 222 — Connie Harding; 211 — Judy Dayton; 207 — Doris Plumb

Brunch Bunch Bowling League
Week 19
Team standings
1. The Slides 49.5-26.5
2. Way Knotty 44-32
3. Who Gas 42-34
4. Who Cares 41.5-34.5
5. Assorted Nuts 40-36
6. It’s About Time 32.5-43.5
7. Pine Nuts 31-45
8. Time To Spare 23.5-52.5

High games: 204 — Judy Dayton; 204 — Terese Clusiau; 194 — Cindy Hauge.

Democrat Staff

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