Coleville splits league games |

Coleville splits league games

Staff Reports

Stephanie Sandoval and Nicole Smith combined to score 29 points and grab 18 steals Friday night for the Coleville High girls basketball team in its 45-16 Western Division IV victory at home against Whittell.

Coleville (6-3 overall, 1-1 league) outscored Whittell 14-3 in the second quarter to take charge of the contest. Sandoval had 16 points and 10 steals to lead the Wolves, while Smith contributed 13 points, 8 steals and 8 rebounds. The Wolves had 26 steals as a team.

Lauren Byers added 6 points and 4 assists and Miranda Sturdivant contributed 6 points.

The Wolves were not as fortunate on Saturday, however, when they dropped a 60-32 decision at Pyramid Lake. The Lakers bolted to a 16-2 first-quarter lead en route to a win that improved their record to 8-1 overall, 2-0 in league.

Shaylor McCann scored 12 points and Sandoval 7 for Coleville. Smith grabbed 15 rebounds, 8 of which came on the offensive end, and also had 5 steals.


Coleville split two league games, starting with a 54-53 loss Friday against Whittell and followed by a 53-41 win at Pyramid Lake. The Wolves return to action on Jan. 4 when they host Virginia City.