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Roundup: COS women survive late rally


12:00 AM, Jan. 24, 2013 EST

Emily Fechner scored 19 points to lead the College of the Sequoias women's basketball to a 66-56 Central Valley Conference victory over Taft Wednesday in Visalia.

COS led 44-28 at halftime after netting six 3's, but saw its lead cut down to two points in the second half.

JC Men's Basketball

COS 68, West Hills 47: Will Nelson scored 14 points and the Giants defeated the Falcons in a Central Valley Conference game.

Will Stallworth scored 13 points, and David Love joined them in double figures with 10 points.

Boys Soccer

Tulare Western 3, Tulare Union 2: Anthony Navarro scored 16 minutes into overtime to give the Mustangs an East Yosemite League win over the Redskins.

Exeter 16, Immanuel 1: Victor Salcido scored three goals and the Monarchs defeated the Eagles in a Central Sequoia League game.

Girls Soccer

Mission Oak 9, Delano 0: Liz Cui scored two goals and assisted three others to lead the Hawks to an EYL win over the Tigers.

Boys Basketball

Mission Oak 71, Tulare Western 41: Austin Molezzo scored 20 points to lead the Hawks to an EYL win over the Mustangs.

Tulare Union 56, Porterville 51: Oscar Reyes scored 17 points to lead the Redskins to an overtime EYL win over the Panthers.

Exeter 54, Immanuel 20: Caleb Harden scored 14 points and the Monarchs defeated the Eagles for their first Central Sequoia League win of the season.

Girls Basketball

Tulare Union 78, Porterville 55: Binny Bhakta scored 29 points to lead the Redskins to an EYL win over the Panthers.

Tulare Western 52, Mission Oak 26: Frankie Vasquez and Kendra Wilkerson each scored 13 points to lead the Mustangs to an EYL win over the Hawks.

 

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Rank School Record
1 Mission Oak High School
Tulare, CA
13-3-0
2 El Diamante HS
Visalia, CA
13-6-0
3 Mt. Whitney High School
Visalia, CA
12-7-0
4 Redwood High School
Visalia, CA
10-10-0
5 Central Valley Christian School
Visalia, CA
9-9-0

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