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Roundup: Douglas boys down Galena


12:00 AM, Jan. 26, 2013 EST

Hunter Myers sank four 3-pointers en route to scoring 22 points, helping the Douglas boys basketball team to a 70-62 victory over visiting Galena on Friday night.

James Herrick added 18 points as Douglas improved to 11-1 in the Division I Sierra League.

Caleb Wood paced the Grizzlies with 20 points, while Max Erickson added 12.

Girls basketball

DOUGLAS 53, GALENA 24 at Minden: Corryne Millet scored 13 points to lead the Tigers.

Mckenna Kynett added 12 points and Diana Regaldo added 11 for Douglas (6-6 league 10-11 overall).

WOOSTER 42, DAMONTE RANCH 32 at Wooster: Jolene Fry scored 11 points to lead the Colts and Tara Garcia added 10.

Taylor Nuttall scored a game-high 15 for the Mustangs.

NORTH VALLEYS 50, McQUEEN 44 at McQueen: Haley Bowen scored 22 points, including 12-of-13 from the free throw line to lead the Panthers. Bowen also had five blocks and made five free throws in the final three minutes to put the Lancers ahead.

Christina Farmen led the Lancers with 14 points and Eunice Aiyuk added 12.

MINERAL COUNTY 54, COLEVILLE 19 at Coleville: Brittany McFalls scored 17 points as Mineral County improved to 8-0 in league play.

Alexa McFalls added nine points. For Mineral County, Nicole Smith scored 10 points.

REED 63, HUG 27 at Reed: Brooke Cervantes hit a pair of 3-pointers en route to scoring 21 points to lead the Raiders.

Tina Vernon (12) and Tyler Sumpter (19) also reached double figures. Hawks' Christen Voyles scored seven points.

PERSHING COUNTY 57, FERNLEY 21 at Lovelock: Sarita Jo Condie finished with 20 points, seven rebounds and seven steals to lead the Mustangs. Leah Holland had 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Katie Braswell scored eight points for the Vaqueros.

VIRGINIA CITY 40, SIERRA LUTHERAN 20 at Virginia City: Keana Fielding scored a game-high 15 points to lead the Muckers. Nicole Huffman had 10 rebounds and scored four points.

McKinze Tynes scored seven points for the Falcons.

YERINGTON 57, SMITH VALLEY 27 at Yerington: Celine Bethel scored 20 points to lead the Lions. Angela Sciarani scored 19 and and had eight rebounds.

Bulldogs' Sierra Lunewill hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with eight points.

Boys basketball

SPANISH SPRINGS 45, RENO 44 at Spanish Springs: TJ McCauley (24 points) stole the ball in the last second of the game to finalize the Cougar's one-point win. Austin Damoth added 11 points.

Jakob Rolling (12 points) and Garrett Hampson (10 points) finished in double figures for the Huskies.

CARSON 67, BISHOP MANOGUE 55 at Carson: Senators' Matthew Nolan scored 25 points, shooting 7-for-7 at the free throw line. Rafferty King added 16 points.

For the Miners, James Sandoval scored 18 points.

DAMONTE RANCH 88, WOOSTER 79 at Wooster: David Crowley scored 29 points and Justin Bridgman added 17 for the Mustangs.

Deshawn Pughsley led the Colts with 28 points

FERNLEY 60, PERSHING COUNTY 58 at Lovelock: Tim Klotz and Kevin Montgomery combined for 40 points to lead the Vaqueros. Jacob Adams had 15 points for the Mustangs.

SPARKS 63, SOUTH TAHOE 50 at Sparks: Keiffer Putman scored 21 points and Isaiah Campbell added 17 to lead the Railroaders. Calen Backinger had 24 points for the Vikings.

YERINGTON 59, RITE OF PASSAGE 58 at Yerington: Corbin Cliften scored 12 points to lead Yerington. Matt Brannon and Jacob Ackley each scored 11 points.

ROP's Keytion Jackson scored a game-high 20 points.

SIERRA LUTHERAN 53, VIRGINIA CITY 51 at Virginia City: Nick Walker sank four 3-pointers en route to scoring 23 points to lead the Bulldogs.

Quintin Allen scored 11 points and Steven Punchard added 10 to for the Muckers.

McQUEEN 71, NORTH VALLEYS 42 at McQueen: Kendall Dewees (10 points) and Kody Eckert (12 points) finished in double figures to lead the Lancers.

Mauricio Varela and Jalil Walker each scored 15 for the Panthers.

 

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