Photos by Richard Allan
The Weed girls put up 16 points to the Raiders’ nine in the first quarter. At halftime, it was the Cougars on top 23-13. Savanna Reynolds scored 10 points in the first half. Christina Amezcua had seven.
The Cougars (7-5) nipped Burney (5-7) in the third period 8-6. It was a 12-12 tie in the final frame. Reynolds had a huge 4th quarter, scoring 10 points, to help secure the win.
Reynolds scored a game-high 21 points. Amezcua contributed 11, and Nicole Arguello hit a pair of 3-pointers for six points.
The Weed boys blitzed Burney in the first half. The Cougars outscored the Raiders 20-9 in the opening period and 24-11 in the second stanza, for a 45-20 lead at the intermission. Xavia Martinex dropped in four treys, a pair of deuces and a 3-point play the hard way in the half, for 19 points.
Weed (8-3) played the scoreboard like a pinball machine in the third quarter, racking up 29 points to Burney’s 14, making the score 73-34 heading into the fourth quarter. The final period saw the Cougars add 12 points to its total, while Burney (2-9) scored 11.
Martinez led the world in scoring with 27 points, including six 3-balls. Danny Formhals hit a trio of treys and had 11 total points. Angel Nicholas had 11, and Austin Robbins added 10 points.
Both varsity teams are at Chester on Tuesday night.Share on Facebook