Delta Charter gets win in new gym
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Delta Charter takes on Tioga
Delta Charter High’s  Vanessa Rivera goes up for a shot against the Tioga defense during the game Monday, Dec. 3.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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Sophomore Vanessa Rivera led all scorers with 15 points in Delta Charter’s 25-23 win over Tioga in the opening game of Mountain Valley League play at the school’s new gymnasium Monday, Dec. 3.

Rivera also had nine rebounds and three steals on the night.

Tioga had a 15-12 lead in the first half before Emma Richardson and Mia Gomez hit their shots in the third quarter to put the Dragons out front.

The team is the first at Delta Charter to use the new gym.

For more about the gymnasium, read the Friday print edition of the Tracy Press.

Tracy 43, Golden Valley 23

Tracy’s girls ran away with their home game against Golden Valley in the second quarter on Tuesday, Dec. 4.

The Bulldogs (1-1) stayed ahead of the Cougars (0-5) for the rest of the night. Leading scorer for Tracy was Karsi Fyfe with 11 points. Emily Anchartechahar scored eight and Tammy Serrato tallied five.

Pacheco 38, Millennium 28

The Falcon girls made their offense work in the second half on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at Kimball High, but it was too late to overcome visiting Pacheco’s 26-6 halftime lead.

The Falcons (1-4) outscored the Panthers (3-3) in the fourth quarter when Millennium freshman Ashley Hart scored five of her six points on the night. Junior Dejah Barney and sophomore Perrillen Zuniga scored four each.

West High finishes runner-up

West High’s varsity girls finished in second place at the Chavez Tournament in Stockton over the weekend.

The Wolf Pack (2-2) opened with a 55-47 win over Chavez in the opening game on Nov. 29, but then fell to Edison, 64-31, in the second game on Friday, Nov. 30.

West senior Emma Bell then led the Wolf Pack offense for a 54-46 win over Stagg on Saturday, Dec. 1.

She scored 24 points, including eight in the first quarter to give West and early lead. In all, Bell scored 41 points over three games to make the all-tournament team.

Nini Woodward scored 25 points for West through the tournament and Kate Bell scored 24.

Blue-Gold Tournament

Kimball High’s sophomore girls took second place at the annual eight-team Blue-Gold Tournament, held Thursday, Nov. 29, through Saturday, Dec. 1, at West High.

Kimball beat Lodi 35-32 on Nov. 29, then beat West 38-26 on Friday. They lost to Beyer, 37-34, in the final on Saturday.

The Jaguars’ leading scorer was Chrysell Hayley with 27 points for the weekend, which earned her all-tournament honors.

Freshman-sophomore scores

Tuesday, Dec. 4

Sophomore girls: Tracy 54, Golden Valley 35

Blue-Gold sophomore girls tournament

Saturday, Dec. 1

Beyer 37, Kimball 34

Lodi 43, Tracy 40

Friday, Nov. 30

Kimball 38, West 26

Tracy 37, Lathrop 11

Thursday, Nov. 29

Kimball 35, Lodi 32

Beyer 28, Tracy 26

Green-Gold freshman girls tournament

Saturday, Dec. 1

Kimball 43, Tokay 26

Friday, Nov. 30

Lodi 25, Kimball 9

Thursday, Nov. 29

Tracy 30, Tokay 5

West 21, Hilmar 17

Heritage 47, Kimball 20

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