Top-ranked Sacramento's Metro Conference girls basketball game tonight against Hiram Johnson in Oak Park abruptly ended at halftime when the overmatched Warriors forfeited after a player injured her ankle, then had to be taken to the hospital when she started hyperventilating, according to Dragons coach Michele Massari.
Sacramento was ahead 55-1.
"A couple of others were throwing up," Massari said in a text message of Johnson's players. "It was sad. I felt bad for them....They really played hard in the first half. My thoughts and prayers go to the players that were affected."
Chaya Durr and Allie Green each had 10 points for the 12-2 Dragons, who are 3-0 in the Metro Conference. Hiram Johnson, which has won just one game in five years, falls to 0-3.
In other games reported to The Bee involving Top 20 girls teams:
NO. 5 FLORIN 63, BURBANK 47 - Deja Conger had 21 points and Dalayna Sampton added 18 as the Panthers (10-3, 2-1) defeated the Titans (10-7, 1-2) in a Metro Conference contest at Burbank.
NO. 7 MCLATCHY 49, ROSEMONT 45 - Destiny Lee and Gigi Garcia each had 11 points as the Lions (14-1, 2-1) slipped past the Wolverines (8-8, 1-2) in a Metro Conference game in Rosemont. Irene Colaivalu had 22 points for Rosemont.
NO. 8 BRADSHAW CHRISTIAN 65, RIO VISTA 26 - Ashlee Jones and Briana Barnes each had 21 points as the Pride (13-3, 3-0) defeated the Rams (3-8, 0-2) in a Sierra Delta League game in South Sacramento.
NO. 10 ST. FRANCIS 50, PONDEROSA 43 - Susie Rogers had 17 points and Najah Queenland 10 as the Lancers (8-5) defeated the Bruins (11-7) in the Delta River League opener in Shingle Springs. Freshman Danielle Craft led Ponderosa with 11 points.
NO. 12 PLACER 48, COLFAX 43 in overtime - Coach Tony Camillucci's Hillgals (16-2) outscored the Falcons (10-8) 9-4 in overtime to win the Pioneer Valley League opener in Auburn and extend their winning streak to six games.
NO. 15 BEAR RIVER 65, FOOTHILL 48 - Teryn Rath's 23 points lifted the Bruins (16-1) over the Mustangs (6-8) in the Pioneer Valley League opener in Foothill Farms.
NO. 18 WEST CAMPUS 57, MESA VERDE 34 - Eunique Nelson had 19 points and Haley Shaner 15 as the Warriors (10-8) defeated the Mavericks (4-8) in the Golden Empire League opener in Citrus Heights.