The Redwood Rangers improved to 2-0 with a 55-30 win over the Strathmore Spartans in the 22nd annual Visalia Invitational girls basketball tournament Thursday night at Redwood High School.
Redwood's Jasmine Black led all scorers with 16 points. Corissa Turley added 15 points for Redwood (3-1).
"We're just looking to get into the championship game with a W [today], and have a strong showing." Redwood coach Jason Black said.
Vianay Gonzalez and Shelby Vanasen each had nine points for Strathmore (2-1).
Strathmore faces Delano at 3 p.m. today, and Redwood hosts El Diamante at 7:30 p.m.
All games in the Visalia Invitational are at Redwood High School.
Washington Union 52, CVC 39: The Panthers topped the Cavaliers in the second round of the Fowler Tournament. Lindsey Calvin had a team-high nine points for Central Valley Christian (0-2).
Farmersville 56, Woodlake 46: Harvey Haro scored 13 points and the Aztecs opened their season with a nonleague win over the Tigers.
Jose Del Real added 11 points for Farmersville.
El Diamante 47, Porterville 32: Bryson Frazer scored 12 points to lead the Miners over the Panthers.
Caleb Johnson added seven points for El Diamante (2-0). Sam Luna scored six points.
Isaiah Moreno scored 12 points to pace Porterville. Eli Moreno added 10 points.
Redwood 3, Porterville 0: Danny Ruiz scored in the sixth minute and the Rangers went on to defeat the Panthers in a nonleague match.
James Ferrel and Joseph Blanks each added goals for Redwood, and goalkeeper Placido Calixtro had three saves.
CVC 6, Sierra Pacific 1: Josh Victoria scored two goals and the Cavaliers opened their season with a nonleague win over the Golden Bears.
James Garza, Brenevan Marvick, Kyle Vizzolini and Jacob White each added goals for CVC.
Tulare Union 3, Lemoore 1: Enrique Gutierrez scored two goals to lead the Redskins over the Tigers. Rogelio Luviano also scored for Tulare Union (1-1).
Golden West 4, Woodlake 0: Kelsey Thomas and Erika Valdez each scored two goals and the Trailblazers picked up their first victory of the season.
Victoria Garcia and Karina Cervantes each had an assist, and goalkeepers Amanda Nuckols and Megan Robaina combined for five saves.