PALO CEDRO — The Redding Christian girls basketball team is in familiar, yet uncharted waters. The second-seeded Lions are in the Northern California Division VI basketball finals after a 50-27 semifinal home win Saturday over No. 6 Laytonville. No Redding Christian team has advanced that far. Yet, for as new as the finals might be, Tuesday’s foe is all too familiar. The Lions face No. 1 seed Fall River, a team they lost to 46-36 on March 3 in the Northern Section Division VI finals.
Three turnovers plus a 10-0 run equaled a heartbreaking 62-60 home loss for U-Prep on Wednesday in the opening round of the California Interscholastic Federation Northern California Division V playoffs. The fifth-seeded Panthers looked to be in control up 60-52 over Envision Academy of Oakland with less than two minutes left in the game.
CHICO — Foothill played a perfect first half. Pleasant Valley played a better third quarter. The Cougars took a 30-27 lead into halftime of their Northern Section Division III championship game against the top-seeded Vikings on Friday at Butte College. PV, which didn’t come out of the locker room until seconds before the halftime clock expired, proceeded to bury Foothill with a 23-5 run over the eight-minute quarter.
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Selecting a term
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