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No. 1 RC boys top No. 2 Victory Chr.

CARMICHAEL — Tyler Goslinga, Ripon Christian's 6-foot-8 senior center, has enjoyed a productive December.

Goslinga sank 12 of 18 shots en route to 28 points Wednesday night as the Knights (9-2), ranked No. 1 among Division V schools in the Sac-Joaquin Section, dropped No. 2 Victory Christian 64-43.

RC held Victory Christian's Nate Coppernoll, who averages more than 20 points a game, to only two. The Knights shot 64 percent from the floor to stay on top of the Vikings (10-3).

Girls

ARGONAUT 59, RIPON 32, at Cosumnes Oaks — Lauren Godde, the Mustangs' 6-1 center, dominated with 23 points as Argonaut (9-0) downed the Indians (4-4) in the finals of the eight-team Cosumnes Oaks Tournament.

Argonaut led by four points at halftime and pulled away after several Ripon turnovers. Alyssa Cabri, the tournament's most valuable player, had 14 points. Ripon was led by all-tournament selection Kendra Contente and Sereena Hertel with eight points apiece. Lauren Feddersen, limited to two points in the final, also was named to the all-tournament team.

EAST UNION 59, ATWATER 37, at Atwater — Sophomore forward Shalane Jackson scored 18 points as the Lancers (6-1) rolled to their second road win in as many nights. EU's Krystal Young had 16 points and dished for nine assists, Lexy Posz finished with 10 points and Rachel O'Neal rebounded 11 and blocked six. Patience Madayag led the Falcons (8-6) with 13 points.

PITMAN 56, BEYER 47, at Pitman — Junior guard Jasmine Washington, who scored 20 points during Tuesday night's 66-21 win over Downey, again starred with 26 points, 12 steals and seven assists to beat the Patriots (4-7).

The Pride improved to 7-5 despite 23 points by Beyer 5-7 sophomore Cierra White and 15 points by senior Elise Mendonca.

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