Youth basketball season kicks off |

Youth basketball season kicks off

The following are results from the last week of play in the Truckee Donner Recreation and Park District’s Youth Basketball program:

Third/fourth grade

Truckee Optimist 24 – Truckee Tahoe Lumber 7: Louis Bartolini netted six points and Kelly Stephens, Amanda Beckman, Ryan Peeden and Justin Brooke had four each to lead the Optimist. Lucas Smith had three points for the Red Bulls.

Pizza Junction 22 – J.C. Sahlberg Construction 6: Jeremy Adams paced Pizza Junction with 10 points and Bryce Terrell and Sean Collins had four each. Nate Lannoy and Kevin Salhberg each scored for J.C.S.

Don Orme DDS 34 – DeSchryver Concrete Const. 18: Cole Froelich was “en fuego,” scoring a game-high 18 points and Cooper Doos and Will Akers added six each for the Dentists. Mike Lawrence had 10 points and Cory Hoehn four for DeSchryver Concrete.

Truckee River Associates 25 – Leslie Heating 18: Chris Botto and Paris Tenorio had 10 points apiece and Brian Cordell chipped in with four to pace the Glass men. Drew Stewart poured in 10 points and Tommy Nichols added four for Leslie Heating.

Fifth/sixth grade

Southwest Heating 17 – Pizza Junction 15: Beth Reedy led the way with eight points, Courtney Prouty added five and Kathy Monihan four for the “Heat.” Jenny Baker scored five and Lauren Faulkner four for Pizza Junction.

Edward Jones 27 – Sunrise Rotary 14: Jamison Maehler scored eight points while Randon Nunez and Brandon Peterson had four each to lead the Investors to their second straight win. Kevin Emberson scored four and Clayton Bena three for the Rotary.

Robin Rice, Contractor 32 – Kyle Adams DDS 25: Ben Tonon had 10 points and Paul Tierney seven to lead the Painters. Morgan Harvey and Kyler Smith added four points each for the winners. Kyle Adams had 10 points and Kendall Burton and Chris Galvin had six apiece for the Dentists.

Weather-Tek Stains and Finishes 24 – McDonalds 4: Six different players scored for Weather-Tek led by Jimmy Williams with eight and Victor Diaz with six. Scott Welsh and Chris Pearson scored for McDonalds.

Resort at Squaw Creek 26 – Law Offices of Michael E. Graham 23: Mike Hoopingarner and Tommy Kokenge worked inside for 18 points and guard J.J. Besio added eight for the Creek. Jeff Hansen scored 15 and Billy Yarborough four for the Lawyers.

Seventh/eighth grade girls:

Dr. Wang Sierra Smiles 27 – Tahoe City 22: Jacquie Diaz led the Truckee team with 14 points. Amber Harter added five and Alma Jimenez and Melissa Gadsby chipped in with four apiece. Virginia Musterman led Tahoe City with 18.

Airport Business Park 28 – Cardinali Electrical and Plumbing Contractor 10: Seven different players scored for the Pilots including six by Courtney Burton and four by Brie Ledain.

Jesse Turner and Jaimee Ramon had four each for Cardinali.

Porter-Simon 31 – North Tahoe Boys and Girls Club 7: Laura Hood led all scorers with 10 points. Jamie Froelich had eight and Jessica Tohlen and Cassidy Beeman four each as Porter-Simon defeated the Kings Beach squad. Michelle Bergman and Lindsey Hines helped lead a strong defensive performance by the entire Porter-Simon team.

Seventh/eighth grade boys:

Tahoe Forest Hospital 33 – Poulin Steel Fabrication 20: David Kurrle muscled for 12 points, Eric Wright added 10 and Zach Sharp five to pace the Hospital. Daniel Galvin netted seven points and Kevin Finn and Brett Poulin four each for the Men of Steel.

DMC Construction 36 – Truckee Tahoe Mortuary 26: Kevin Schlessinger scored 18 points and dominated the boards and Brian McMullen and Iran Manzano added six points each to help lead DMC.

Nick Smith had 10 points and Andrew Gordon and Ty Sperlin had four each for the Mortuary.

Ames Deli Mart 34 – Fragrance Outlet 32: Jason Ames scored two of his 14 points in overtime to help to Deli Mart to win. Greg Gadsby added 10 points and Forest Platt six for the winners.

Chris Bosco had 15 points and J.R. Murphy nine for the Fragrance Outlet.

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