Mountain Basketball completed the season sweep over East this past Friday night with a resounding 59-17 victory over the Blades.
Danielle Simpson led the Warriors in scoring with 16 points, followed by Dani Peacon with 12 points. Alyssa Garcia and Laney Ricker each had five points in the win, with Cowee contributing with four points and Briana Gutierrez and Lexi Garrett a combined three points.
Tehachapi (18-4; 5-1 SEYL) also had a 62-43 defeat at the hands of Garces earlier this week. Despite the loss, Peacon and Garcia each chipped in with 14 points each, with both players along with Gutierrez also recording three pointers.
The Lady Warriors will next be in action this Wednesday in an away game against Highland. Tehachapi will also have a home game this week against North.
The Lady Braves are still undefeated in league play after a big 35-21 victory over Garces and a 39-6 win over East this past week.
Tehachapi (16-1; 6-0 SEYL) was led in scoring against Garces by Leja Jakstaite, who had nine points, and Angelika Kroeger and Brandi Davidson with seven points apiece.
Tehachapi recorded the 14-point win over Garces despite being charged 24 fouls to Garces’s two.
Against East, 11 Lady Braves scored in the game, led by Kroeger with eight points, Shelby Ricker with five points, and Kiera Peck and Brooke Boyd with four points each.
Daisy Moran, Liza Sanchez, Brooke Langston, Elayna Cramer, Madeleine Cass and Jakstaite also combined for 14 points in the win.
The Indians are in the thick of the league title race after a 23-13 victory over East last Friday afternoon.
Tehachapi (8-3; 5-1 SEYL) ended the first quarter with a 8-0 score advantage, never looking back in recording the league win.
Tessa Watts led the Indians in scoring with eight points, followed by Kirsten Medovitch with six points and 11 rebounds.
Malori Minjares, Taylor Cummings, Amanda Lara and Montana Frey also scored points for Tehachapi, while Rebecca Kirk had two assists, two blocks and two steals and Candra Hall had two steals.
Alex Caballero also had two steals and Carissa Hall had a blocked shot.