Due to the recent wave of COVID-19, no spectators will be allowed at the Porterville College men’s and women’s basketball games for the next two weeks.
“Due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in Tulare County, and out of caution, we will not allow spectators to our home sports events for the next two weeks, ”the school said.
PC still plans to play the men’s and women’s home games scheduled for Wednesday without spectators. The PC men will host West Hills in a Central Valley Conference game at 5 p.m. while the PC women will also host West Hills at 7.
These games will be broadcast live and can be viewed online. The men’s match can be viewed on https://youtu.be/MAX5CvuDg7k while the wthe game of omens can be viewed at https://youtu.be/xjIMpHz3qsQ
PC’s men’s and women’s home games on Saturday against Fresno City will also be affected as those games are expected to be played without spectators. The men will play at 3 p.m. and the women at 5 p.m.
The first home games that could possibly be played in front of spectators would be on January 26 when the PC men host Reedley with the men playing 5 and the women playing 7.
SHS 41, OAK MISSION 33
Strathmore (10-7) managed to secure an overtime victory over Mission Oak on Friday. The Spartans were led by senior Erica Munoz with 17 points and four interceptions.
Abi Mejia had five points and 10 rebounds, Joseli Gutierrez had a solid game with eight points, six rebounds, four assists and four steals and rookie Alyssa Gonzalez added eight points and 11 rebounds, including five offensive rebounds, for SHS , which takes over the East Sequoia League play when it travels to play Woodlake at 6:30 p.m. today.