Truckee basketball: Mock drops 27, Miller 25 in nonleague action |

Truckee basketball: Mock drops 27, Miller 25 in nonleague action

Truckee sophomore Izzy Abarno scored a team-high 12 points in a 50-28 win over Delta.
Sylas Wright / Sierra Sun |

Truckee’s girls and boys basketball teams stayed sharp with several nonleague games over the last week.

The girls (5-1 overall), who had to postpone league contests at Spring Creek and Elko due to weather, defeated Quincy, 48-39, Delta, 50-28, Ben Holt Prep, 27-15 and 24-21, and Vacaville Christian, 46-12.

Against Quincy, senior guard Sydney Mock scored 27 points on 11-of-20 shooting, and junior forward Maddie Monson scored six points and pulled down 14 rebounds.

Sophomore Izzy Abarno posted a team-high 12 points against Delta as nine different Wolverines scored. Mock added nine points, seven assists and four steals, and sophomore Sara Sawyer had 12 rebounds. Mock also had nine points in Truckee’s first game against Ben Holt Prep and Monson had six.

The girls were scheduled to make up their games against Elko and Spring Creek this week before competing in a Reno tournament next Monday through Wednesday. They are scheduled to host Sparks on Jan. 2 at 1 p.m.

The Truckee boys (2-7) lost a couple of close games, falling 73-72 to Quincy and 58-50 to Woodland in overtime. The Wolverines defeated Ben Holt Prep 66-48 and lost to Delta, 65-55.

Junior guard Ben Miller had a huge performance against Quincy, scoring 25 points, while sophomore guard Gabe Cruz added 13. Jakob Grammer and Crowe Herbertson-Deemer each scored 29 for Quincy.

Senior Jenner Tresan and Cruz scored 14 and 12 points, respectively, against Delta, and Kevin Cross and Garrett Hamilton each had nine.

Four different Wolverines scored in double figures against Ben Holt Prep — Diego Abundiz with 15, Miller with 12, and Tresan and Cruz each with 10. Against Woodland, Cruz and Miller scored 14 points apiece, and Tresan had 13.

The boys are scheduled to host Elko in a makeup game next Tuesday at 3 p.m. and host Sparks on Jan. 2 at 2:30 p.m.

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