The American Canyon High girls basketball team notched its first win of the season Friday, defeating Bella Vista 48-43 at River City’s Rumble by the River tournament in Sacramento.
Adriauna Samodio led the Wolves (1-6) with 18 points, nine rebounds and three assists. Robyn-Elizabeth Yan had eight points, five rebounds, two steals and an assist, Ima Tapaoan seven points and a rebound, Erika Culannay four points and an assist, Chezlaine Barrero four points and a steal, AJ Cayetano four points, two assists and a rebound, Mariah Carlyle two points, and Trinity Tapia one point, four rebounds, four assists and two steals.
American Canyon, which fell 70-27 to Clovis in the first round, lost 50-39 to River City in the fifth-place game on Saturday.
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The Wolves finished third behind winner Paradise and runner-up Dixon in the American Canyon Classic tournament on Saturday.
Placing first for the Wolves were Alec Hoover (160), ahead of teammates Joshua Salazar (second) and Joseph Brumm (third), and Lucas Gramlick (285), ahead of Fairfield’s Mondo Calderon and Skyline’s Jahzeel Doe-Parker.
Taking second for American Canyon were Devin Garingarao (126), behind Paradise’s Tim Daniels and ahead of Vallejo’s Adrian Ocampo; Aaron Villa Carlos (138), between Paradise’s Moses Medina and Tyler Rodriguez; and Aviyen Ferreira (170), between Dixon’s Tyler Boston and Skyline’s Efeson Embay.
Placing third for the Wolves were Elijah Beronilla (106), behind Paradise’s Stetson Morgan and Dexter Blood; Sebastian Lopez (113), behind Paradise’s Braden Castellucci and Dylan Gatchet; Mateo Delafuente (120), behind Paradise’s Drew Blanton and Galileo’s Brandon Tu; and DJ Urrutia (220), behind Rio Linda’s Jack Clark and Dixon’s Armando Morales.
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American Canyon won the American Canyon Classic on Saturday over runner-up Middletown, while Clear Lake finished third.
Placing first for the Wolves were Maricela Seronio (115), Angelina Ramirez (138) and Adrienne Dominguez (190). Taking second were Maylin Reyes (115), Yvonne Cruz (121) and Angelina Turner (150). Placing third were Alexis Schuler (150) and Lillian Gramlick (190).
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The visiting Wolves came back from a two-goal halftime deficit to salvage a 2-2 tie against Pioneer in Woodland on Monday night.
Daniel Torres scored the first American Canyon goal from a solid shot outside the penalty area, and Gabriel Hernandez headed in the equalizer on an assist from Jacob Escobar. Torres had an opportunity to score a go-ahead goal from 30 yards out with a few minutes left, but the ball went just over the crossbar.
On Thursday, the Wolves got two goals from Jose Lopez and one from Chris Hernandez in a 4-3 loss at Rodriguez. On Friday, they got a second-half goal from Eduardo Hernandez in a 1-1 tie against visiting River City.
American Canyon (2-1-2) was to play its fourth game in six days at Armijo (3-0-2) on Wednesday, each team coming in off back-to-back ties.