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Ponderosa JV 62, Dixon 34 — In the championship game of the River City JV Tournament in West Sacramento, the junior varsity Bruins played outstanding on offense and defense en route to winning the tourney title. Ponderosa outscored Dixon in the first quarter, 11-5 and raced out to a 26-17 halftime lead. The Bruins held the Rams to a point in the third quarter, and scored 17 to take a 43-18 lead entering the fourth quarter. Four players scored in double figures for the JV Bruins; Ashlyn Zetner and Hannah Hill had 14 points each, Mackenzie O’ Donnell had 12 and Alexandra Boyle had 11. Also scoring were Kristen Jones with 7 points and Savannah Valdez with a point. Zetner was named the tournament’s MVP.