Prep roundup: Bruins roll, Miners fold at league tourneys |

Prep roundup: Bruins roll, Miners fold at league tourneys

The Bear River girls golf team is steamrolling through the Pioneer Valley League this season, and Monday was no different.

Already 6-0 this season, the Lady Bruins continued their hot streak at Bartley Cavanaugh and the first PVL tournament of the season. Bear River took the top spot with a team score of 497, Placer as second with a 516, Lincoln took third and Colfax fourth.

Leading the Lady Bruins on the par-71 course was Jessica Pisenti with an 81. Pisenti finished second overall. Shelby Lampson turned in a solid 89, Cassie Smith shot a 96, Olivia Naves added a 115, Malone Pearson shot an 116 and Margie Oxley was next for Bear River with a 123.

The Lady Bruins are back at it today against Center, who forfeited the tourney due to lack of players, and will take on Placer Thursday.

NU struggles at SFL tourney

The Lady Miners are yet to get a win in the Sierra Foothill League, and Monday treated them the same.

Rocklin won the tourney with a team score of 421, Roseville was second with a 443, and Granite Bay was third with a 447. Nevada Union finished last with a 545.

For NU, Carly Keogh was the front runner with a 94 on the par-72 course. Samantha Felhofer was next for the Lady Miners with a score of 100, Sydni Smith tallied a 106, Kendahl Landreth closed with a 121 and Lindsey Smith rounded things out with a 124.

Junior High girls basketball

Magnolia 41, Weimar 24

The eighth-grade Lady Rattlers defeated Weimar Hills 41-24.

Katelyn Meylor led all scorers with 17 points, including two three-pointers. Mallory Rath Grabbed eight rebounds to lead on the boards and scored 12 points. Karinne MacDonald also scored six points and grabbed six rebounds.

Defensive standouts were Celeste Card, Kayla Toft and Meylor. The Rattlers improved to 10-1 on the season.

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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