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Roundup: Truckee girls edge Panthers

12:00 AM, Jan. 27, 2013 EST

Kaylie Neill knocked down five 3-pointers, accounting for her 15 points to lead visiting Truckee to a 38-35 victory over North Valleys in a nonconference girls basketball game on Saturday.

Teammate Jackie Bolton added 11 points for the Wolverines of Division I-A.

The Panthers' Haley Bowen scored 12 points, shooting 8-for-8 at the free throw line.

Girls basketball

PERSHING COUNTY 66, SILVER STAGE 32 at Lovelock: Abby Bake and Sarita Jo Condie each scored 11 points to lead five Mustangs in double figures.

Melissa Gonzalez, Maria Montes and Madison Neal-Hertz each had 10 points. Neal-Hertz also grabbed 13 rebounds.

ChyAnn Campbell led Silver Stage with 11 points.

YERINGTON 41, DAYTON 38 at Yerington: Leah Jim led the Lions with 11 points and 13 rebounds. Angela Sciarani added 10.

Maribel Ledezma paced the Dust Devils with 10 points.

COLEVILLE 28, SIERRA LUTHERAN 27 at Coleville: Stephanie Sandoval and Daniela Sandoval each scored eight points for the Wolves.

Sabrina Ronato had eight points for Sierra Lutheran.

INCLINE 62, PORTOLA 47 at Incline: Sophomore Molly Frankline sank four 3-pointers en route to scoring 30 points to lead the Highlanders. Kyra Porta had 13 rebounds and Sarah Wright had 11.

For Portola, Kaitlin Boyd scored 15 points.

Boys basketball

PERSHING COUNTY 52, SILVER STAGE 48 at Lovelock: Jacob Adams scored 18 points to lead the Mustangs. Randolph McLean hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with 11 points.

Colt Bishop (16) and Michael Swope (13) each reached double figures for the Nighthawks.

YERINGTON 67, DAYTON 38 at Yerington: Corbin Cliften scored 18 points, while Brian Ramirez hit five 3-pointers and finished with 17 points.

Jesse Evans scored a game-high 20 points for the Dust Devils.

SIERRA LUTHERAN 66, COLEVILLE 52 at Coleville: Michael Patrick scored 20 points in what was believed to be Sierra Lutheran's first-ever win over Coleville. Nick Walker (17) and Alex Borgman (10) also reached double figures.

Seth Huhta scored 18 for the Wolves.




Boys Basketball

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