Sierra Dominici scored 16 and Veronica Miller had 15 to lead Yosemite — ranked No. 10 in the Central Section by The Bee — to a 48-31 win over Liberty-Madera Ranchos in the North Sequoia League. Lilly Hernandez scored 17 for the Hawks.
Roosevelt freshman I'man Conley scored 18 points and sophomore Champelle Kelly 17 as the Rough Riders beat McLane 59-54 in the North Yosemite League. Dulce Gallardo led the Highlanders with 17 points. Both teams are chasing 2-0 Fresno in the early going of the NYL title race, after the Warriors received 21 points from junior Desiree Harding in a 44-28 win over Reedley.
Aneet Grewal scored 22 points and Erin Pallesi added 20 as Selma won its 22nd straight game in Central Sequoia League play, 66-51 over Immanuel.
Bullard, stripped of four transfers and coach Bill Engel (resigned), continued to hold up well under coach Kaitlin Kaufmann. The No. 8 Knights improved to 12-6 by beating Memorial 53-36 in the County/Metro Athletic Conference behind Aneesa Carraway's 13 and Julia Locastro's 10.
Emily Anderson put up 17 points and Portia Neale 15 for No. 2 Clovis West in its 65-27 win over Central in the Tri-River Athletic Conference. The Eagles are off to a 15-3 start overall, 2-0 in league. Seventh-ranked Clovis showed it's not all about star Samantha Earl, who had just nine points (about half her average) but saw teammates Jasmine Phoolka score 16 and Rachel Berry 15 in a 56-42 win over Clovis North.
Mendota had four players in double figures in its 70-62 rivalry win over Firebaugh in the West Sierra League. Anthony Villar led the way with 20 points. Jason Allen countered with 21 for the Eagles.
Immanuel, 0-10 in the Central Sequoia League a year ago, moved to 2-0 as Darrin Person Jr. scored 17 in a 70-57 win over Selma.
Daniel Dyck had 16 points and 13 rebounds to help Clovis outlast Clovis North 64-62 in overtime pf a TRAC game. The Broncos outscored the Cougars 25-17 in the fourth quarter to force overtime.
Riverdale's Martin Nunez scored twice and Jose Barela and Alexis Sandoval netted one apiece as the Cowboys broke a 1-1 tie at halftime for a 4-2 win over Fowler in the West Sequoia League. Hugo Mendez and Fernando Aburto each scored for the Redcats.
County/Metro Athletic Conference-leading and the Bee's Central Section No. 4-ranked Bullard received goals from Erin Banda and Sara Kast in a 2-0 win over Madera.
Caitlyn Kreutz scored twice as No. 3 Buchanan beat No. 10 Clovis 5-1 in the TRAC.
Amber Mitchell netted a hat trick and Inez Montes scored twice as McLane blanked NYL rival Sunnyside, 7-0. The Highlanders are 3-0-1 in league, tied for first with Hoover, which rode goals from Maricela Soto, Jurnee Fernandez and Crystal Rios to a 3-1 win over Fresno.
Hoover's 1968 baseball team, which closed a 32-5 season under coach Jack Hannah by crushing Bakersfield 10-3 for the Yosemite Division title, will be inducted into the program's Hall of Fame March 8 at the Newman Center. Patriots current coach Sam Flores is attempting to contact all players from the '68 team. He can be reached at (559) 577-6149.
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