Roundup: April 26, 2013

By From page A9 | May 01, 2013

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BRANDON SUTTER gets ready to make his return for Oak Ridge in Monday's section semi final. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum

D-I Section Playoffs

Oak Ridge 9, Golden Valley 0
Singles (OR first): Brandon Sutter def. Nava, 6-0, 6-0; Jacob Zetlin def. Becker, 7-5, 6-4; Charlie Conarro def. Garcia, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4; Simon Chan def. Gallegas, 6-1, 6-2; Matt Fergerson def. Moua, 6-2, 6-2; Matthew Lai def. Smith, 6-2, 6-4.
Doubles (OR first): Clarence Lai-Scotty Lee def. Osborn-Atwal, 6-4, 6-4; Haydon Jacobson-Sam Miller def. Xiong-Sithida, 6-4, 6-0; Max He-Sangs00 Kim def. Yang-Moua, 6-3, 6-3.


Golden Sierra 16, San Juan 3 — Savannah Stephens went 3-for-4 with a home run, two doubles and 2 RBIs as the Grizzlies routed the Spartans. Hollie Johnson and Samantha Bastien each added three hits, including two doubles, and drove in 3 runs; Alexis Hall tripled and doubled for 2 RBIs; and Carley Kauffman added two hits, a double and 2 RBIs.
Oak Ridge 15, Sheldon 2 — Lauren Bertoy (2 RBIs) and Lindsey Zito (triple, 3 RBIs) each had three hits for the Trojans who broke the game open with eight, third-inning runs. Jackie Schmaeling, Caitlyn Olan (2 RBIs) and Amber Orchard (2 RBIs) each had a pair of hits while Katina Vail doubled. Alyssa Burns picked up the win with a six-hitter.
Union Mine 13, Cosumnes Oaks 2 — Sarah Phillis (3-for-4) and Jessica Dager (2-for-3, double) each drove in three runs. Laura Dager added a home run and double to drive in two; and Calista Almer and Carley Stevens each went 2-for-3 with a double. Laugar Dager pitched a two-hitter.
El Dorado 15, Galt 10 — The host Cougars (3-8, 8-14) broke an 8-all tie in the bottom of the sixth inning by scoring seven runs in Thursday’s Sierra Valley Conference game against the Warriors. El Dorado had nine hits and took advantage of four Galt errors. Trinity Jackson and Monique Wilson had two hits each for the Cougars. Ty Henderson, Katie Harris, Maria Gadow, Joshlyn Wright and Kailey Olcott had a hit each for El Dorado.
“The girls were fighting back,” Cougar coach Marci Brown said.
Ponderosa 1, Pleasant Grove 3 — The Bruins couldn’t make a first-inning run stand up and were held to just one hit.


Ponderosa 3, Folsom 1 — Bruin goals: Sammi Fowler, 2; Amanda Maiello. Assists: Corrine Tank, 2; Selena Brewer.
Ponderosa 1, St. Francis 2 — The Bruins lost a 1-0 lead in the last five minutes of Monday’s key Delta River League match. Brewer scored Ponderosa’s goal.
Golden Sierra 3, Highlands 2 — Goals: Robin Moore, Kaleigh Brothers, Taylor Gleason. Assists: K. Brothers. Saves: Laura Russel, 7.
Oak Ridge 4, Pleasant Grove 0 — Goals: Lauren Whited, Marissa Ribiero, Anna Lippuner, Cassidy Barbosa. Assists: Carissa Rivers, 2; Ribiero, Lippuner. Saves: Nina Grimes, 4.


Ponderosa def. El Dorado 25-12, 20-25, 25-18, 25-22 — PHS stats, Kills: Tanner Charron. 16; Haward Gomes, 12. Aces: Taylor Charron, 2. Assists: Taylor Charron, 40; Davis Timme, 9. Digs: Austin Hangebrauck, 19; Timm, 12. Serve receive: Hangebrauck, 26; Timm, 13; Tanner Charron, 12; Gomes, 10.
Golden Sierra def. Capital Christian 25-18, 25-9, 25-18 — Kills: Brian Cann, 9; Rocky Sacks, 5; Gracen Christiansen, 5. Aces: Anthony Rosas, 5; Cann, 4; Eric Yamzon, 3. Assists: Matt Smith, 22. Digs: Yamzon, 20. Serve receive: Yamzon, 7; Cann, 5.
Union Mine def. by Capital Christian 21-25, 7-25, 15-25


Oak Ridge 12, Roseville 3 — Logan Marston went 3-for-4 with a double and 4 RBIs to support Austin Vail’s complete game 7-hitter with 5 strikeouts. Ross Swelley (double), Alec de Watteville (double) and Mickey Meinhofer (triple) each added two hits; and Tanner Ales and Josh Seim drove in 2 runs apiece.
Oak Ridge 7, Sheldon 3 — The Trojans completed the sweep as de Watteville tripled twice and Ales and Marston added home runs. Logan Denholm went 3-for-3 with two doubles; Meinhofer added two hits; Dwelley doubled; and Brogan Cooper picked up the win in relief.
Golden Sierra 16, San Juan 5 — Bryson Campbell went 5-for-5 with a triple, double and 4 RBIs and also pitched the first six innings (7 strikeouts). Kyle Moe was 2-for-5 with 3 RBIs; Beau Burgess (double) and Nick White each went 2-for-4; Christian Klahn and Josh Salmonson both scored three runs; and Sam Steward picked up 2 RBIs.
Union Mine 7, Cosumnes Oaks 4 — The D’backs picked up their second league win as RJ Blake, Sean Tow and Carlos Romero each had two hits and 2 RBIs. Romero doubles twice and JP Pedretti added two hits. John Creason doubled and also pitched the first six inning with Mike Davis getting the last three outs.
Ponderosa 6, Pleasant Grove 14 — The Bruins lost a 6-3 lead. Shae McLinden went 3-for-4 with 2 RBIs; Matt Poulin was 2-for-4; and Ian Boyle and Troy Zeier added doubles.
El Dorado 5, Galt 1
El Dorado 6, Galt 5
Ponderosa 6, Jesuit 11
Union Mine 1, Cosumnes Oaks 9


Oak Ridge girls 8, Davis 18
Oak Ridge boys 4, Davis 15

Track and Field
Center Meet No. 3
Golden Sierra results

Varsity boys: 100m 11. Wyatt Alexander, 12.28; 400m 2. Deo Avalos, 56.56, Mishler, 59.00, Cameron Kline, 62.91, 18. Nic Blanton 65.20; 800m 1. Ryan Little, 2:16, 2. Avalos, 2:18.00, 7. Kline, 2:27, 8. David Blanton, 2:29; 1,600 12. Allan Nicholson, 5:48; 3,200 7. Blanton, 11:34.55, 9. Bentley, 11:50.22; 110m hurdles 2. Alex Soden, 16.54; 300m hurdles 6. Soden 49.50, 9. Nic Blanton, 53.07; 4×100 relay 4. 50.72; 4×400 relay 4. 4:14.78; Pole Vault 3. Mishler, 7-06, 4. Kasey Welch, 7-00; Long Jump 13. Avalos 16-8, Albert, 16-3, Ryan Forword, 15-4.5, Alexander, 14-11; Triple Jump 5. Soden 35-4.

Varsity girls: 100m 5. Abigail Wever, 14.05, 8. Katie Robertson, 14.22; 200m 2. Wever, 29.29, 8. Amanda Troiana, 31.65; 400m 5. Babbes 74.30; 100m hurdles 4. Ashton Batson, 21.00; Shot Put 4. Melissa Mason, 26-03; High Jump 1. Alysha Batson, 4-04, Pole Vault 2. Xochitl Bartolone, 5-00, 3. Poseley, 5-00; Long Jump 2. Robertson, 13-9,

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