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Delta’s Nyaa Davis shoots a 3-pointer over Merced’s Christine Lotulelei during the Mustangs’ 60-49 victory Wednesday.Clifford Oto/The Record

Today's Women's Basketball Game -- Published March 5, 2014


By Bob Highfill March 05, 2014 Record Sports Editor

CCCAA NorCal Playoffs
(8) Merced at (1) Delta

Tipoff: 7 p.m., Blanchard Gymnasium

Records: Blue Devils 21-9, Mustangs 25-5

Rankings: Blue Devils No. 7 NorCal; Mustangs No. 6 state, No. 2 NorCal

Skinny: Delta started slowly but blew away No. 17 Chabot 85-47 in the first round on Saturday at Blanchard Gym. Kelci Haueter and Selina Moore each scored 14 points, and Teylor McMiller had 12 points and nine rebounds. Haueter also had nine rebounds, and she and McMiller combined for 13 offensive boards. Jenifer Keys came off the bench and scored 11. ... Haueter leads the team in scoring (11.7 points per game) and rebounds (8.6 per game). Delta has depth and balance and several players who can lead any given game. ... On Friday, Merced outlasted No. 9 Siskiyous 56-52. Brenai Walker scored 14 points on 5-of-14 shooting, Trinity Washington scored 11 points on 3-of-11 shooting, and Rogeene Russell came off the bench and scored 10 points on 4-of-10 shooting. The Blue Devils shot 31.1 percent from the floor and 6 of 27 from 3-point range. They were outshot, as Siskiyous shot 40 percent from the floor, and outrebounded 40-39. But Merced made four more free throws than the Eagles. Sonji Green, a sophomore center, leads the Blue Devils in scoring (19 points per game) and rebounds (11.5 per game). On Dec. 19, she scored 17 points in Merced's 52-45 loss at Delta.

 

 

 

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