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Bruins beat Falcons keep PVL record clean

The Bear River girls golf team made it through the first half of its Pioneer Valley League schedule unscathed Thursday with a 13-stroke victory over Colfax, 287-300, at the par-36 Ridge Golf Club

The win means the Lady Bruins are 4-0 in league with victories over Placer, Lincoln, Center and Colfax.

Leading the Lady Bruins Thursday was Shelby Lampson with a match-low 48. Jessica Pisenti followed with a 50, Cassie Smith shot a 54, Olivia Naves tallied a 64, Margie Oxley added a 71, and Sarah Brennan rounded things out with a 72.



Bear River has a bye Tuesday but will hit the links again Thursday against Lincoln.




Boys water polo

Woodcreek 15, Nevada Union 5

The Miners opened their Sierra Foothill League season with a tough loss to league power Woodcreek.

The Miners struggled to halt the Timberwolves’ offense and on the other end had a tough time netting much offense.

In the loss, Parker Rhodes scored twice, and Cole Castleberry, Chase Milhous and Ryan Filek each added one.

JV: Woodcreek 14, Nevada Union 12

The junior varsity squad came up just short against Woodcreek, falling by two goals.

For NU, Clove tallied five goals, Pardini added three, and Helmuth, MacDonald, Mayes and Breaux each tallied one.

Jr. High girls basketball

Magnolia 36, Forest Lake Christian 23

The Magnolia eighth-grade Lady Rattlers opened up second half play in the NCAL defeating the Forest Lake Christian Falcons by 13.

Katelyn Meylor and Bella Batula led the Rattler offense with 11 and nine points respectively.

Annie Kollehner provided a spark late in the game, scoring four points in the fourth quarter. The Rattlers are 6-1 on the season.

Coaches may submit game reports by email at sports@theunion.com 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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