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Jacus leads Mitchell

Eileen JoyceAdrayan Aguirre drives down court for Mitchell Land and Timber during an adult league basketball game.
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Jake Jacus tallied a game-high 24 points and Dylan Murty chipped in 15 more as Mitchell Land beat the Nevada County Broadcasters 72-58 in an Adult Ed Basketball league matchup.

Mitchell Land and Washington Ridge – which squeaked by beat Spencer Construction 69-66 – share the B-1 League’s top spot with identical 4-1 records.

Sierra Plumbing (2-3), on 19 points from Paul Lofgren and 18 points from Larry Messer, moved to one game under .500 with a 68-67 win over Caseywood.

Caseywood’s (3-2) Rob Phillips totaled a game-high 21 points.

In B-2 action, Calvary Chapel and the Gold Exchange moved to 4-1 and atop the table.

Calvary Chapel’s Todd Ahlberg and Kelly Hulley scored 13 points each in a 53-43 win over Grizzly Lodge (2-3). The Gold Exchange got 22 points from Justin Anthony in a 53-51 win over Mountain People (1-4).

Tim Ancira and Ron Gabbert combined for 35 points for Candy Apple (3-2) in a 74-68 win over Knight’s Paint (1-4). KP’s Dustin DeHart led all scorers with 29 points.

In the C League, Jim’s Transmission, on 26 points from Chris Cades, handed Volz Bros its first loss of the season, 69-46. Both teams are tied for the league’s top spot at 4-1.

Mike Dema and Ed Bourne combined for 31 points as What’s My Sign (3-2) defeated Demartini RV 54-43. Hair by Gary (3-2) got 18 points from Brian Anderson in a 58-50 win over Hills Flat Lumber (0-5).



Washington Ridge 4-1

Mitchell Land 4-1

Caseywood 3-2

Sierra Plumbing 2-3

Spencer Construction 1-4

Nevada Co. Broadcasters 1-4


Calvary Chapel 4-1

Gold Exchange 4-1

Candy Apple 3-2

Grizzly Lodge 2-3

Mountain People 1-4

Knight’s Paint 1-4


Jim’s Transmission 4-1

Volz Bros 4-1

What’s My Sign 3-2

Hair by Gary 3-2

Demartini RV 1-4

Hills Flat Lumber 0-5

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