Chico >> The Chico State men’s basketball team is all too familiar with having to grasp onto a slim lead late in the game. After being up just three points with under five minutes to play, the Wildcats held off Cal Poly Pomona 76-65 Saturday night inside a loud and energized Acker Gym. The win snaps a five-game losing streak to the first-place Broncos, which included an 83-79 double overtime loss earlier this season. “It was a battle like we expected it to be,” said Jalen McFerren.
Corning >> When a team struggles to create an offensive rhythm, it’s time to fall back on the defense. That’s exactly what unfolded for the Corning High boys basketball team. Friday night, the Cardinals opened up Westside League play with a 56-34 victory over Las Plumas in front of a packed gym at home. “Offense wasn’t there for us as much as we needed it to be and that’s why we make sure we play defense,” Corning head coach Kurt Wilkins said.
Butte Valley >> It’s always a new player who seems to rise up for the Butte College men’s basketball team. Clarendon scored a game-high 21 points after draining six 3-pointers to lead the Roadrunners to a 82-46 victory over College of the Redwoods in the Golden Valley Conference opener at Cowan Gym. “It’s all about ball movement,” Clarendon said. “We take the shots that are in motion. It’s not just me, Nemanja (Kovacevic) and all the other guards.
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Selecting a term
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