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Following are results from last week’s play in the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District’s youth basketball league.

Third/fourth grade league

Truckee River Glass 24 – J.C. Sahlberg Construction 8: Todd Parker-Brown, Nathan McKinney, Jake Racicot and Brian Cordell scored four points each for the winners.

Nate Lannoy, Kevin Sahlberg, Alecia Smith and Josh Kneeskern all scored for J.C. Sahlberg.

Leslie Heating 34 – DeScryver Concrete Construction : Drew Stewart paced the winners with 12 points and Ben Baker and Tommy Nicholls added six each.

B.J. Carter knocked in 12 and Cory Hoehn added eight for D.C.C.

Pizza Junction 31 – Truckee Tahoe Lumber 12: Nine players scored for Pizza Junction, including Jason Mendes, Seppi Suter and Heather Knapp.

Kristin Milligan and Ryan Hungerford had four apiece for the lumber team.

Truckee Optimist Club 24 – Don Orme DDS 22: Ryan Peeden hit for 10 points and Eric Bergan and Louis Bartolini added four each for the Optimist.

Cole Froelich scored 12 and Cooper Doos, Eric Pratt and Dylan Mohr also scored for the dentists.

Fifth/sixth grade girls’ league

Truckee Sports Cards and Comics 23 – Pizza Junction 16: Katie Donaldson, Rene Racicot and Kristen Hunt scored six each and Felicia Tenorio added four for the winners.

Jenny Baker had eight points for Pizza Junction.

Southwest Heating 18 – Incline 8: Beth Reedy led scorers with 10 and Kelley Tierney, Katie Monihan, Amanda Thorsby and Corina Mincey all added key buckets as “The Heat” improved to 5-0 with the win against Incline.

Ames Deli Mart 23 – Daryl Nauman Quality Painting 18: Jesse Lamm, Tara Ames and Katie Fischer combined for 21 points to lead Deli Mart.

Kayla Cortez had a game-high 10 and Zoe Richards added four for the Painters.

Fifth/sixth grade boys’ league

Robin Rice Contractor 49 – McDonald’s 18: Greg Shove muscled in 14 points and Paul Tierney and Chris Peeden scored nine each for the Painters.

Yancy Doos and Nick Cabral scored six each for McDonald’s.

Weather-Tek Stains and Finishes 42 – Law Offices of Michael E. Graham 11: Corey Dorsey scored 12 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter.

Victor Diaz added seven points and Seamus Breen six for Weather-Tek.

Jeff Hansen had four and Bryan Mann three for Graham.

Kyle Adams DDS 30 – Sunrise Rotary 28: Chris Galvin knocked in 10 points, Kyle Adams seven and Brett Davis six to lead the Dentists.

Clayton Bena had seven, Kevin Embertson six and Michael Lopez five for the Rotarians.

Edward Jones 21 – Resort at Squaw Creek 20: Six points each from Brandon Peterson and Randon Nunez and four from Pat Baird helped the investors remain unbeaten.

Mike Hoopingarner led with 13.

Seventh/eighth grade girls’ league

Cardinali Electrical and Plumbing Contractor 27 – Dr. Wang Sierra Smiles 23: Jessica Folck poured in 14 points and Jessie Turner added nine as the Blue Chickies handed Sierra Smiles it first loss of the year.

Katrina Linegar and Melissa Gadsby had six each for Dr. Wang.

Seventh/eighth grade boys’ league

Fragrance Outlet 41 – Poulin Steel Fabrication 31: Mario Gonzalez led the way with 19 points, Chris Bosco added 10 and Ryan Campbell eight for the Fragrance Outlet.

Jeff Gardner hit for 14 points and Daniel Galvin added eight for the Men of Steel.

Truckee Tahoe Mortuary 29 – Ames Deli Mart 27: Andrew Gordon paced the Mortuary with nine and Josh Jenni and Jacob Bohart added six each.

Greg Gadsby and Jason Ames combined for 19 for the Deli Mart.

DMC Construction 33 – Tahoe Forest Hospital 29: Brian McMullen scored six of his 10 points in the fourth quarter.

Kevin Schlessinger added nine and Tim McDonald eight to help lead DMC to victory.

David Kurrle had 13 and Erik Wright eight for Tahoe Forest Hospital.

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