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HS Girls basketball Update: Friday Night Games

Chaparral, Mesa, MV, Great Oak, TV and Vista Murrieta All Winners

Saturday, December 14th, 2013
Issue 50, Volume 17.
Charles McKee
Sports Writer


Chaparral beat Redlands East Valley 56-38 at home Friday night. The Pumas improved to 4-1 with the victory and are looking very impressive this season. Junior center Kali Jones scored 23 points to lead Chaparral. Tamra Owens also scored 10 points for the Pumas.

Murrieta Mesa

The Rams looked impressive as Murrieta Mesa dominated Tahquitz 66-30. The Rams were led by Mikayla Greens’ 21point performance. Jessica Brogdon had 17 points, Kiersta Tanner scored 15. Greens also had eight rebounds and six assists, and Jessica Brogdon hauled in seven rebounds. Five more Rams scored against the Titans. The Rams are now 3-3 on the season.

Murrieta Valley

Murrieta Valley won its second game of the young season as they trounced Oceanside 47-29. Leading scorers for the Nighthawks were Ariana Hernandez who scored 14 points, Alex Morrison with 12, and Nellie Jones 10 points. Murrieta Valley is now 2-3 so far this season.

Vista Murrieta

Vista Murrieta ran away from Rancho Verde 75-25. The Broncos’ explosive offense took a 20-5 lead in the first period and never looked back. Jaelyn Brown scored 26 points and hauled in 9 rebounds to lead the Broncos. Yuendie Guridi had 15 points and Brittney Reed scored 18. Vista Murrieta improves to 3-2.

Temecula Valley

Temecula Valley’s defense held Temescal Canyon to a single point in the first period and got off to a 25-10 lead at halftime. The Bears kept the pressure on and won their first game of the season 55-21. Tehya Burroughs was the top scorer for the Golden Bears with 14 points as all ten Temecula players scored in the game. Natalie Macias scored eight points while Olivia Brown and Brooke Obmann each scored six. Temecula Valley is now 1-4.

Great Oak

The undefeated Wolfpack improved to 5-0 with a convincing victory over a stunned Paloma Valley team 71-21. The Wildcats were outplayed from the opening tip off as Mikayla Williams led the Wolfpack with 17 points. Samantha Gonzalez scored 16, Roya Rustamzada 12 and Abby Welch had 10 points AshlynnCota was Paloma Valley’s leading scorer with 10 points.



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