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Roundup: Jan. 11, 2013

By From page A6 | January 14, 2013

Girls basketball

Golden Sierra 61, Highlands 29 — Sierra Monroe scored 14 points, Stephanie Schrader added 11 and Janna Zogg, Jenna Pendzinski and Kylie Bone evenly split 18 as the Grizzlies improved to 2-2 in league. Becca Brown had 12 rebounds and Desiree Benedict. 11.
Oak Ridge 62, Folsom 26 — The Lady Trojans ran out to a 39-12 halftime lead in Thursday’s Delta River League road victory. Jenn Hoffman scored 12 points; Ali Bettencourt had 11; Shelby Peters put through 9; and Lauren Liebert scored 8.
El Dorado 24, Cosumnes Oaks 27 — The visiting Lady Cougars had control with a 13-7 third quarter but lost it as they were outscored 12-2 in the fourth of Thursday’s Sierra Valley Conference loss. Hannah Dixon led El Dorado with 6 points.
Union Mine 29, Liberty Ranch 43 — The Lady Diamondbacks were outscored 32-3 in the middle quarters of Thursday’s Siera Valley Conference steback to the host Nighthawks. Trisha Tolbert scored six points to lead Union Mine.
Ponderosa 45, Pleasant Grove 76

Boys basketball

Golden Sierra 49, Highlands 52 — The Grizzlies let a 15-9 first quarter lead slip away in Friday’s tough loss at home. Brian Cann bucketed 16 points for the Griz; Peter Biersteker and Rocky Sacks each had 9; and Jason Boyle scored 5. Golden Sierra made just 11-of-21 free throws.
El Dorado 46, Liberty Ranch 63 — The Cougars dropped Friday’s league road game. Matt Smith scored 9; Danuiel Vance had 8; Aaron Line, 7; Justin Morrison, 6; and Tommy Williams, 5.
Union Mine 46, River City 57 

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