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Pizza Junction improves to 6-0 in youth league play

Following are results from the last week of play in the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District.Games are played every Saturday throughout the day at the Sierra Mountain Middle School and Tahoe-Truckee High School gymnasiums.3rd/4th grade leaguePizza Junction 27- Truckee Optimist 19: Jeremy Adams knocked down fourteen points to help Pizza Junction improve to 6-0.Jordan Kuhnmuench and Jason Mendes also scored for Pizza Junction.Marshall Harvey and Kyle Neckels were among the seven players who scored for the Optimist.Truckee River Glass 22- Truckee Tahoe Lumber 11: Brian Cordell had six points and Spencer Collinson and Clayton Acuff had four each for the Glass.Leslie Heating 39 – Dr. Orme D.D.S. 27: Cole Froelich, Brendon Driscoll and Drew Stewart combined for 25 points to pace the winners.Cole Froelich had 12 and Greg Pearson six for the Dentists.DeSchryver Concrete Construction 29- J.C. Sahlberg Construction 14: B.J. Carter hit for nine points, Cory Hoehn had eight and Michael Lawrence six as DeSchryver won their first game of the year.Alecia Smith had six points and Katie Sheldon four for J.C. Sahlberg.5th/6th grade girls’ leagueSouthwest Heating 18 – Daryl Nauman Quality Painting 14: Corina Mincey scored eight points and Beth Reedy four as the Heat improved to 6-0.Dani Turner netted eight for the Painters and Kayla Cortez added four.Ames Deli Mart 18 – Pizza Junction 10: Six different players scored for the Deli Mart led by Katie Fischer with six and Jesse Lamm with four.Jenny Baker had eight for Pizza Junction.5th/6th grade boys’ leagueEdward Jones 28 – Kyte Adams D.D.S. 14: Pat Baird led the way with ten points and Josh Iverson added four for the undefeated Edward Jones team.Kyle Adams had eight points and Kendall Burton added four for the Dentists.Sunrise Rotary 32- McDonald’s 10: Robert Jones, Michael Lopez and Kevin Embertson had six points each to pace the Rotarians.Jaime Navarro led McDonald’s with four.Weather-Tek Stains & Finishes 33 – Resort @ Squaw Creek 33: Victor Diaz was “en fuego” with a season-high 15 points for Weather-Tek.Mike Hoopingarner had 12, J.J. Besio ten and Tommy Kokenge six for Squaw Creek.Robin Rice Contractor 41 – Law Offices of Michael D. Graham 30: Greg Shove had 16 points and Chris Peeden added seven to pace the Painters.Nathan Wren led all scorers with 17 points, Jeff Hansen had nine and Daniel Cramer four for the Lawyers.7th/8th grade girls’ leagueDr. Wang – Sierra Smiles 28 – Porter-Simon 22: India Milholen hit for 10 points, Amber Harder added six and Melissa Gadsby five for the Brace Place, Linda Hood scored eight and Michelle Bergman four for Porter-Simon.Sierra Mt. Mortgage 19 – Cardinali Electrical & Plumbing Contractor 18: Crysta Weed and Julie Hill scored six each and Heidi Andresen scored five to pace the Mortgage.Jessie Turner led Cardinali with six points.Boys and Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe 19 – Airport Business Park 17: Kelsey Fisher led the Truckee squad with seven points and Devere Hewitt added four.7th/8th grade boys’ leagueFragrance Outlet 57- Truckee Tahoe Mortuary 24: Ryan Campbell dominated inside, scoring a season high 26 points.J.R. Murphy added 11 and Mario Gonzalez nine for the winners.Nick Smith and Alex Cohn had seven each and Ty Sperlin added six for the Mortuary.Tahoe Forest Hospital 47 – Ames Deli Mart 22: David Kurrle netted 15 points and Joe Salsberg added 12 for the Hospital. Greg Gadsby led the Deli Mart with 14 points.DMC Construction 29 – Pouhin Steel Fabrication 21: Brian McMullen led all scorers with 12 points.Dustin Valcada and Tim McDonald chipped in with six each for DMC.Kevin Finn led Poulin Steel with eight and Daniel Galvin added six.


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