Girls Basketball

Bruins, Grizzlies win at tourneys

By: Journal Sports Staff
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ANTIOCH — Twin senior guards Jocelyn and Melanie Fry combined for 19 points and 14 rebounds Monday as the Bear River High girls basketball team beat Narbonne 43-24 in the teams’ opening game of the West Coast Jamboree. Jocelyn Fry led the Bruins (8-4) with 12 points, while Melanie Fry had the higher rebounding total with eight. Each dished out four assists, as did fellow senior guard Talore Spencer, who scored 11 points. Senior center Annie Osterholt pulled down five rebounds for Bear River. Mesa Verde 44, Forest Lake Christian 43 at Lincoln — The Falcons overcame a 27-15 halftime deficit to tie the game at 33 entering the fourth quarter, but came up short in the final period at the Lincoln Tournament. Seniors Lindsey Engbrecht and Kayla Campora led FLC (5-4) with 17 and 13 points, respectively. Campora, Forest Lake’s point guard, also had 10 rebounds, eight steals and seven assists. Freshman Emily English, in her first game up from the Falcons’ JV squad, pulled down 13 rebounds. Senior wing Stacey Schoellerman drew praise from coach Ken Holt for her defensive play. Golden Sierra 34, Rosemont 32 at Placerville — Senior guards Jessica Blair and Jamie Danielson-McKeague scored nine points apiece to lead the Grizzlies (3-7) past the Wolverines at the Jan Vitel Memorial Tournament at El Dorado High School.