Sports Roundup: Soccer, basketball results
Willows 2, Central Valley 0
The Lady Honkers won their second game in a row with Tuesday's win at Central Valley.
Jaqueline Gomes scored her first goal of the season and was named the Lady Honkers' Player of the Game by coach Bud Ramirez.
Her goal stood until the 70th minute when Maria Vasquez scored with an assist from Maria Fregoso.
The Lady Honkers 2-4, 1-0 Sacramento Valley League) hosted Anderson on Thursday, and travel to Durham on Dec. 20.
Willows 9, Central Valley 1
The Honkers put nine of their 24 shots into the net at Central Valley on Tuesday, led by a three-goal hat trick by Giovanni Guttierez and a pair of goals by David Gonzales.
Samuel Meza, Cesar Hernandez, Christian Zepeda and Daniel Macias scored a goal each.
Jose Chavez made three saves during his half in goal, and Josue Valenzuela turned aside a pair of shots.
Willows upped its record to 5-1 and remained 1-0 in the Sacramento Valley League-1.
The Honkers welcomed Anderson to town on Thursday and play at Durham Dec. 20.
Willows 4, Anderson 0
Chavez and Valenzuela combined to turn aside 11 shots for the shutout at home on Thursday.
Zepeda, Gonzales, Guttierez and Alfonzo Martinez scored the Honkers' goals, with Guttierez assisting on two of them and Fernando Cervantes also notching an assist.
Willows improved to 6-1 on the season and 1-0 in the SVL-1.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Willows 49, Winters 30
Ally Brunner's 15 points and 13 from Morgan Hughes helped the Lady Honkers to a 19-point win at home on Wednesday.
The Honkers' defense held Winters to single-digit scoring in all four quarters.
Alyssa Beatty added seven points for Willows and Baneli Lomeli, six.
Beatty grabbed rebounding honors with eight, followed by Brunner (7) and Lomeli and Kaylin Renfro, both with six.
Varsity Boys Basketball
Willows 56, Winters 49
The visiting Honkers built up a 32-14 halftime lead and the cushion was enough to counter Winters outscoring them 35-24 in the second half on Wednesday.
Willows (3-6) plays at Esparto on Tuesday.
Live Oak 52, Willows 48
The hometown Honkers were bested by four points by the Lions on Tuesday.