Girls basketball: Dragons, Wolf Pack get first wins
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The Delta Charter girls got their first win of the season at home Tuesday, Dec. 10, against ABLE Charter of Stockton.

Senior Asia Harris led the Dragons (1-2) to a 26-11 halftime lead and 41-17 final score, finishing with a game-high 21 points. Freshman Lauren Rudnick contributed six points for the Dragons.

West 50, Orestimba 40

West senior guard Caila Butler led the Wolf Pack offense with 17 points in West’s win at home over Orestimba on Monday, Dec. 9.

Sophomore Brittney Reyes added 12 points to the win, and her six rebounds, which came late in the game, kept West in control of the outcome.

Sophomore Brenna Claus pulled in 12 rebounds and had two assists, and junior Sandy Barbosa had four steals, three assists and seven rebounds.

Gustine 53, Millennium 25

Gustine dominated the first half against the Falcons (1-4), who fell behind 32-9 by halftime and finished with a loss Tuesday, Dec. 10, in Gustine. Senior Madison Carroll led the Falcon offense with 10 points.

The Falcons also took three losses at the Escalon Tournament last week, finishing with a 63-22 defeat by Central Catholic on Friday, Dec. 6. The Millennium girls were unable to catch up after falling behind 43-10 in the first half. Sophomore Ashley Hart was the Falcons’ top scorer with nine points.

Millennium also lost 47-36 to Amador in the second game of the tournament on Dec. 5. Junior Reina Perales was the top scorer for the Falcons with 14 points, including two 3-point shots.

The Falcons opened the tournament with a 50-34 loss to Waterford on Dec. 4.

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