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JV Lady Warrior Grace McCauley dribbles for Orestimba against Calaveras.

Orestimba came away with one victory in a frosh-soph girls basketball tournament hosted by Stagg High in Stockton last week.

The JV Lady Warriors, after playing their first two tournament foes close but coming up short, wrapped up the three-day event on a winning note by dominating McNair 48-11.

Adriana Rocha (16 points) and Allison Trovao (15 points) provided a solid one-two offensive punch for the West Siders. Grace McCauley put up seven points, Rosa Parkin and Alia Valenzuela each scored four and Alexia Sandoval added two points.

Shut-down defense by Taylor Gray, with defensive support from Valenzuela and Sandoval, held McNair’s best player scoreless, helping set the tone for the game.

Edison 38, OHS 30

Orestimba rallied from a 13-3 first-quarter deficit to tie the game at 15-all going into halftime, only to see Edison prevail in first-round action.

Trovao led OHS with nine points, Gray was in the book with eight, Rocha put up six, McCauley netted three and Parkin and Valenzuela each added two points.

Stagg 32, OHS 31

Host Stagg held a one-point lead after a quarter - and that proved to be the margin in the game, after each of the following three stanzas were played to exact ties.

Rocha had a solid scoring night for Orestimba, finishing with 12 points. Trovao put up six, Parkin was on the score sheet with five, and Joslyn Sotelo and McCauley each added four points.

Calaveras 54, OHS 22

Orestimba was unable to keep pace with visiting Calaveras earlier in the week.

The Lady Warriors found themselves down 17-8 after a quarter and 33-10 at the half as Calaveras took control early.

Parkin lead OHS with 10 points. Trovao had seven on the night, Valenzuela chipped in with three and Sotelo rounded out the scoring with two points.