Girls basketball: Kimball, Delta Charter lose on the road to end playoff runs
by Bob Brownne
Feb 25, 2014 | 1683 views | 0 0 comments | 31 31 recommendations | email to a friend | print

The Kimball High girls basketball team's playoff run ended with a 49-29 loss at Napa High in the second round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoffs on Tuesday.

Kimball coach Mike Granillo said the Jaguars (25-4, 13-1 Valley Oak League) kept up with Napa (26-1,10-0 Monticello Empire League) in the first quarter, playing to a 15-15 tie. Napa pulled ahead 26-21 at the half.

Granillo said the Napa team brought accurate shooting to the second half while the Jaguars had scoring opportunities but were unable to finish on their offensive drives.

Junior Alexis Clark led the Kimball offense with 10 points, freshman Donwanae Anthony scored seven and juniors Sarah Nunes and Allison Schmidt scored five each.

It end the best season yet for the Kimball girls, who won the VOL title last week before heading into playoffs, which opened with a 64-25 win at home over Lodi on Friday.

West Campus 106, Delta Charter 9

The Delta Charter girls finished their season with a 106-9 loss in Sacramento on Tuesday to West Campus High, co-champions of the Golden Empire League, in the first round of the SJS Division IV playoffs. Game details were not available.

It was Delta Charter's first girls basketball team in the playoffs after the Dragons finished their regular season at 16-10 overall and 12-2 and second-place in the Mountain Valley League.

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