Prep roundup: FLC tops Cristo Rey, NU falls to Del Oro |

Prep roundup: FLC tops Cristo Rey, NU falls to Del Oro

The Union Staff

The Forest Lake Christian boys basketball team bounced back nicely from Friday's league loss, beating Cristo Rey, 80-47, Tuesday in the regular season finale.

The Falcons were led by senior Chase Augustino with 15 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists. Junior Christian Dethlefs added 15 points, Jacob Yarborough and Tim Schneider each added 10 points and Tyler Young helped out with nine rebounds.

FLC closes the regular season 23-3 and 11-1 in the Central Valley California League.

The win gets the Falcons back on track just as playoffs get ready to tip. Sac-Joaquin Section basketball playoff brackets will be out today.

Del Oro 60,

Nevada Union 40

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The Miners took on the newly crowned Sierra Foothill League champs Tuesday, facing the Golden Eagles of Del Oro.

Despite trailing 30-17 at the half, the Miners never quit, battling the whole way, said NU head coach Jeff Dellis. But, in the end Del Oro (26-1, 10-0 SFL) was just too big and physical.

The Miners (7-20, 1-8 SFL) got 13 points from senior Nolan Stefani, eight from Daniel Carter and seven from senior Garrett O'Callaghan in the loss.

"I'm so proud of our seniors," Dellis said. "It would have been easy for them to cash it in at any point this season, but they didn't, they kept battling. I'm really proud of our seniors."

Tuesday's game concludes the season for Nevada Union.

JV: Nevada Union 56,

Del Oro 49

The Miners closed the season with their third straight SFL victory, beating Del Oro Tuesday.

Kross Corbett led NU with 18 points, Nick Ortiz added 16, Bo Perkins netted 12, and Chance Brown finished with 10 points and 14 rebounds. Gary Menary grabbed 11 rebounds for the Miners as well.

NU closes its season with a 13-13 overall record and a 4-6 mark in the SFL.

Coaches may submit game reports by email at or by phone at 530-477-4232. Deadline for submission is 10 p.m. Monday through Friday and 5 p.m. Sunday.

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