Supervised by a battalion chief, medic engines from the county fire stations in Yucca Valley, Yucca Mesa and Joshua Tree along with a water tender usually stationed at Twentynine Palms responded to the call at 12:50 a.m., with medic engine 42 from Yucca Mesa the first on scene. The fire burned a two-car garage on a property that also had trailers and buildings nearby, Capt. Jason Moore said. The burning garage was between the house and a semi-trailer, and the crews saved both of those structures.
Down 17 points in the third quarter, Yucca Valley rallied and got back up to within five points of a tie with 2.6 seconds left on the clock. They brought the score up to 56-54 with a second left. Unable to tack on a final two points, the Trojans lost to the Wildcats. “The girls were so pumped up for the game and unfortunately for the first three quarters of it, we were just out of sync. We played about as bad offensively as we have all season,” Yucca Valley head coach Jeff Geeson said via email.
The Wildcats took a 28-10 lead into the second quarter, during which they limited the Trojans to eight points to take a 51-8 lead into halftime. Trojans Brandon Goodpastor, Alex Kulka and Braden Brimhall all had two personal fouls and Robert Plascencia had one. Kulka led scoring with 14 points for the Trojans. “We didn’t play our best game. We came in with a game plan and lost focus and drifted away from it,” coach Daniel Hayes said via email.
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