Sierra Smiles remains unbeaten in rec league play
3rd/4th Grade LeagueLeslie Heating 38 – Truckee Tahoe Lumber 20: Drew Stewart worked inside for 18 points, Brendon Driscoll added eight and Tommy Nicholls six. Andrew Gearhard, Kevin Wood, Sam Hume and Lucas Smith scored four each for T.T L.J.D. Sahlberg Const. 25 – Don Orme D.D.S. 24: Josh Knersken had eight, Kevin Sahlberg six and Kevin Palmer four for J.C. Sahlberg. Cole Froelich led all scorers with 22 points.Pizza Junction 18 – Truckee River Glass 14: Jeremy Adams netted eight and EvenEnglesby, Heather Knapp and Bryce Terrell added key baskets as well for the PizzaMakers. Brian Cordell and Katie Hunt scored for Truckee River Glass.Truckee Optimist 16 – DeSchryver Concrete Construction 8: Kelly Stephens was “en fuego,” scoring eight points. Anna Sharp and Shawn Conway also scored for the Optimist. Cory Hoehn led DCC with four points.5th/6th Grade Girls LeagueTruckee Sports Cards & Comics 16 – Deryl Nauman, Quality Painting 10: Katie Donaldson, Rene Racicot and Felicia Tenorio scored four points each for the winners. Kayla Cortez scared four for the Painters.Southwest Heating 31 – North Tahoe 11: Six different players scored for “The Heat” led by Courtney Prouty with seven, Katie Monihan and Corina Mincey with six each and Jamie McDonald and Maureen Della with four each.Pizza Junction 11 – Incline 7: Emily Lawrence had six points, Chenin Krieger-Maddalena had three and Jenny Baker two to pace the Truckee squad to victory.Ames Deli Mart 14 – Incline 13: Katie Fisher led the way with eight points while Tara Ames and Mariel Lacuyer also added key baskets to lead the Deli mart to victory.5th/6th Grade Boys LeagueWeather-Tek Stains & Finishes 26 – Sunrise Rotary 25: Denver Schaffarzick’s basket at the buzzer gave Weather-Tek the narrow win. Jimmy Williams had ten points and Gory Dorsey six for the winners. Kevin Embertson and Clayton Bena combined for 19 points for Sunrise Rotary.Robin Rice Contractor 34- Resort @ Squaw Greek 20: Paul Tierney hit for 14 points and Kyler Smith and Ben Tonon had eight each to pace the Painters. Mike Hoopingarner scored 12 and Mike Silva had four for Squaw Creek.Kyle Adams D. D.S. 34 – McDonald’s 18: Chris Galvin led the way with 10 points, Kendall Burton added nine and Kyle Adams six for the Dentists. Scott Welsh and Nick Cabral had six each for McDonald’s.Edward Jones 47 – Law Offices of Michael E. Graham 15: Jamie Maehler led all scorers with 20 and Pat Baird, John Riley and Brandon Peterson had six each for the investors. Jeff Hansen had six and Brandon Cocard four for Michael E. Graham.7th/8th Grade Girls LeaguePorter-Simon 19 – Airport Business Park 11: Jaimee Froelich scored six, Shellie Snell had five and Cassidy Beeman had a key fourth quarter basket to pace Porter-Simon. Lauren Nauman had six points for the Pilots.Dr. Wang Sierra Smiles 22 – Sierra Mountain Mortgage 21: Amber Harder and India Milholen scored eight points each and Melissa Gadsby added four as Dr. Wang remained unbeaten. Shelly Ratto scored seven of her game high 11 points in the fourth quarter for S.M.M.7th/8th Grade Boys LeagueTahoe Forest Hospital 35 – Fragrance Outlet 32: Eric Wright hit for ten points and Michael Long and Zach Sharp added eight each for the Hospital.Mario Gonzales poured in a game high 15 points while JR. Murphy added eight for Fragrance Outlet.Poulin Steel Fabrication 41 – Truckee Tahoe Mortuary 24: All eight players scored for Poulin, led by Daniel Galvin with 12 and Josh Furr with ten. Jacob Bohart led the Mortuary with 11 while Andrew Gordon added eight.Back to Front Page
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