BR’s Jacquier, Belnap grab individual titles |

BR’s Jacquier, Belnap grab individual titles

Bear River wrestlers Josh Jacquier and Sean Belnap were the pictures of perfection at the Placer High Team Duals in Auburn Saturday.

Jacquier, a senior 140-pounder, and Belnap, a senior heavyweight, each went 5-0 and combined for seven pins to win their respective weight classes.

“All of our seniors did a really great job,” first-year Bruin head coach. “They went 17-4 with 13 pins among them.”

Bear River went 2-3 to take third in its three-team division.

Nolan Gail (103 pounds), Blake Caravelli (135), Jordan Beaver (189) and Clay Reason (215) each took second in their weight classes.

Tyler Freisen (152) took fourth.

Bruins net non-league win

Chrysten Cotney scored a team-high 13 points, including three 3-pointers, as the Bear River girls basketball team defeated C.K. McClatchy (Sacramento) 50-38 at the Sacramento Challenge in Antelope Saturday.

“We’ve been flying through league pretty much unchallenged. McCkatchy’s got a tough team. (So) this is (the kind of game) we’ve desperately needed,” Bruin head coach Duwaine Ganskie said.

Allison Cooley finished with 10 points, including a season high six rebounds in the win.

Kayla Smith also had 10 points. Julie Fry chipped in eight points and team highs in both rebounds (7) and steals (5).

The Bruins (16-2 overall) will play at Oakmont (Roseville) 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

FLC drops road game

Brooke Hodges and Taylor Kilgore scored 14 points each, but it wasn’t enough as the Forest Lake Christian girls basketball team fell 65-56 to Piedmont in the Acalanes Shootout tournament Saturday.

Piedmont’s Courtney Paris led all scorers with 42 points. “The girls played really hard against a really tough opponent, but we just had no answer for Courtney Paris,” FLC first-year head coach Steve Kellar said.

FLC (15-3 overall) will play at Victory Christian Carmichael) 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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