Girls basketball: Jaguars claim decisive win over Lathrop
by TP staff
Jan 24, 2014 | 1979 views | 0 0 comments | 45 45 recommendations | email to a friend | print

The Kimball High girls claimed a decisive win at home against the Lathrop High Titans on Friday, Jan. 24. The Jaguars (16-3, 5-1 Valley Oak League) held a 34-13 lead at the half and kept the Lathrop (5-13, 1-5 VOL) offense in check until the fourth quarter.

Junior Sarah Nunes scored 14 points for Kimball, junior Alexis Clark scored 12, junior Allison Schmidt scored 11 and freshman Donwanae Anthony scored nine.

Delta Charter 48, Tioga 28

Delta Charter continued its Mountain Valley League winning streak with a win at Tioga High in Groveland on Thursday, Jan. 23. Senior Asia Harris scored 34 points for the Dragons (10-6, 7-0 MVL), who outscored the Timberwolves (7-9, 2-3 MVL) in every quarter. Senior Shania Rivera was the key defender for Delta Charter and also was strong on rebounds.

Kimball 58, Sonora 49

The Jaguars quickly bounced back after they fell behind in the first quarter of their road game in Sonora on Wednesday, Jan. 22.

Jaguars coach Mike Granillo said the Kimball girls stepped up their attacks on the basket and broke the Wildcats’ press to take a 30-20 lead at the half. Teams traded buckets through the second half and the Jaguars kept their lead.

Freshman Donwanae Anthony led the Kimball offense with 15 points, juniors Alexis Clark and Sarah Nunes tossed in 12 points each and junior Allison Schmidt added eight points.

 Contact Bob Brownne at 830-4227 or brownne@tracypress.com.

 

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