Talisha Wilkerson led the Chico High Panthers to 12 points on Tuesday night as the Panthers traveled to Red Bluff to beat the Spartans 53-22.
Wilkerson also had four assists and five steals in the game.
Campbell Wieg pitched in the win with 10 points, six rebounds and five steals, leading Chico to 13–3 and 2–0 in the Eastern Athletic League.
Sophomore Tylee Clements scored 11 points for the Panthers while Maddalena Cavina led Chico with eight rebounds.
Durham 46, Paradise 32 , Grace Boeger had 13 points for Durham, who beat the Bobcats for the second time in a week. Durham is now 10-6 on aggregate and 2-0 in the Sacramento Valley League.
Trojan Live will host Oak Friday at 7 p.m.
Heaven who are now 2-11 and 0-2 in SVL action will host Nichols on Friday at 7PM Eastern.
Hamilton 44, Williams 10 – Sophomore Hann Porter scored 17 points and pulled down 11 rebounds in Hamilton’s win over Williams on Tuesday night. Annie Belter also recorded a double-double with 10 points and 14 rebounds, and senior Alexis Villegas chipped in with eight points. Sophomore Sherry Enneking had seven points, four assists and recorded two blocks for Hamilton (7-8, 1-0 Mountain Valley League), who will play Friday at 6pm in Quincy.
Prep Boys Soccer
Gridley 10, Auroville 0 – Gridley remained unbeaten on Tuesday with a 10 anything win over Auroville. Hector Velasquez, Ricky Ramos. Greg Ramirez and Eddie Rodriguez scored two goals in the win. Jerry Villegas and Kevin Martinez also scored a goal.
Apart from his three goals, Ramos also made three assists. Also collecting aid were Ramirez and Martinez.
Gridley is now 7-4-1 on aggregate and 4-0-1 in Butte View league action. Coach Jesse Barajas also noted the defensive play of David Jauregui, ngel Castaneda and Hector Palafox and Jonathan Axum, who made 14 steals as a group, while Christian Benitez recorded a clean sheet.
Gridley will take the field against Orland at 3:15 pm today.
Prep Girls Soccer
Gridley 5, Auroville 1 – Gridley beat Oroville on Tuesday night, 5– 1. The Bulldogs were led by Genessa Delgado, who scored three goals, while Rafaela Anguano and Natalie Estrada both scored one goal respectively. Defensively, the Bulldogs had excellent performances from Haven Cunihan, Niria Bandila and Angelica Diaz.
The Bulldogs are now 1-3 in league play and 4-4-1 on aggregate in the season and will play again in Orland today at 3:15 pm.