Shasta County Sports Report: Feb. 4-10

Here’s a daily recap of prep sports action around Shasta County. We will update the scores and highlights daily (with the newer games on the top). We invites coaches to send in scores and game information at shastacountysports@gmail.com. This week’s SCS Report is brought to you by Redding Rancheria.

Friday, Feb. 8

Prep boys basketball

Foothill 62, Pleasant Valley 53
The Cougars kept the Vikings from going unbeaten in the EAL as Luke Lindsey led Foothill with 17 points. Foothill, the likely two-seed, also got 16 points from Josiah Hutt and 10 from Bekdoo Lewis.

Enterprise 59, Chico 37
The Hornets got the road win and all but assured themselves of the No. 3 seed when brackets are announced on Saturday.

Thursday, Feb. 7

Prep girls basketball

Foothill 58, Pleasant Valley 52
The Cougars secured the No. 2 seed in Division III playoffs with the win over the Vikings. They will host a doubleheader next Friday against Las Plumas with the boys.

Jenna Wallace led Foothill (18-9, 7-3 EAL) with 24 points and 14 rebounds. Melissa Mitchell added 11 points and Kaitlyn Troncale chipped in 10. Riley Wallen scored fur points, but added 12 boards for the Cougars, who came back for the win after trailing 24-21 at half.

Red Bluff 51, Shasta 43
Isabelle Smith led the Wolves with 12 points and Taryn Giacomelli added 11 as Shasta (8-16, 2-8 EAL) fell.

Carissa Twitchell led the Spartans with 24 points.

Enterprise 69, Chico 33
The Hornets finished a perfect EAL campaign with the win over the Panthers. Enterprise will be the No. 1 seed in Division III and earned a first-round bye.

American Christian Academy 41, Paradise Adventist 22
The Eagles held the Cougars to eight first-half points in the win.

Prep boys basketball

Redding Christian 72, Burney 35
The Lions held the Raiders to 14 first-half points and remained unbeaten on the season.

American Christian Academy 63, Paradise Adventist 35

Prep girls soccer

U-Prep 4, West Valley 1
The Panthers got two goals from Ryanne Ampi and Eila Chin and Savannah Leak each scored as U-Prep remained unbeaten on the season at 23-0. Kendall Nadin had four saves in goal for the Panthers.

Samantha Finnegan scored the Eagles’ lone goal.

Yreka 8, Central Valley 1
The Miners scored five first-half goals, while Paige Friden scored the lone Falcons goal.

Wednesday, Feb. 6

Prep boys basketball

Anderson 46, Lassen 37
The Cubs trailed at the half, but outscored the Grizzlies 31-20 after intermission.

Fall River 55, Trinity 40
The Bulldogs used a 21-12 third period to pull away from the Wolves.

Prep girls basketball

Lassen 50, Anderson 44
The Grizzlies picked up with win by outscoring the visiting Cubs 14-5 in the fourth quarter.

Trinity 42, Fall River 39
The Wolves got the road win by outscoring the Bulldogs 26-20 in the middle two quarters.

Tuesday, Feb. 5

Prep girls basketball

Yreka 51, U-Prep 45
The Panthers cut the Miners 38-21 lead in the fourth quarter down to six with 4 minutes to play, but Yreka was able to keep U-Prep at bay. Madi Friebel scored nine of her 12 points in the fourth period and Kylie Hokanson added nine, fourth-quarter points during the Panthers’ run. Mackenzie Hays also chipped in nine for U-Prep, which committed 26 turnovers in the first half.

Redding Christian 47, Mercy 34
The Lions, the top seed in Division VI, jumped out to a 20-2 lead after the first period.

West Valley 49, Central Valley 37
The Eagles held the Falcons to 12 second-half points, outscoring CV 16-7 in the fourth period.

Foothill 75, Red Bluff 61
Three Cougars scored in double-figures as Kaitlyn Troncale led the team with 25 points on 5-of-10 shooting from range. Jenna Wallace added 18 and Riley Wallen scored 15 for Foothill, which travels to Pleasant Valley on Friday.

Enterprise 77, Shasta 40
The Hornets stayed unbeaten in EAL play as Enterprise scored 47 in the first half. Jadyn Matthews had 28 points, Abi Shoff added 18 and Mianna Saechao scored 10

Prep boys basketball

West Valley 62, Central Valley 47
The Eagles got 23 from Sean Proscher, Logan Scholberg added 14 and Mike Smith chipped in eight. Kevin Seaman led the Falcons with 14 and Andres Munoz-Nieves chipped in 12 for CV.

Redding Christian 80, Mercy 37
The Lions remained perfect on the season with the blowout win over Mercy.

U-Prep 90, Yreka 65
The Panthers led by 10 at half and pulled away in the second half to keep pace with West Valley in the NAL with the win over the Miners.

Foothill 65, Red Bluff 53
Josiah Hutt scored 28 and Bekdoo Lewis added 17 as the Cougars opened a 20-13 first period lead and never looked back. Josiah Palumbo added 12 for Foothill, which hosts Pleasant Valley on Friday.