Roundup: April 3, 2013

By From page A10 | April 05, 2013

OR Quinn Carlsen, sophomore.  Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

OAK RIDGE'S Quinn Carlsen was the medalist against Pleasant Grove. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins


Oak Ridge 1, Rocklin 3 — In Wednesday’s non-league road game, Tanner Ales had two of the Trojans’ three hits. John Rico had an RBI for Oak Ridge (6-4). The Thunder broke a 1-all tie in the bottom of the sixth inning with two runs. Tommy Hummer and Brogan Cooper split time on the mound for Oak Ridge.
Ponderosa 6, Woodcreek 13 — The Bruins’ Troy Zeier smoked two doubles in Wednesday’s non-league game in Roseville. Ponderosa (3-9) and Woodcreek had eight hits each.


Union Mine 7, Cosumnes Oaks 5 — The Lady D’backs rallied with six runs in the fifth and sixth innings to post Tuesday’s come-from-behind Sierra Valley Conference victory. Union Mine trailed 5-1 before scoring twice in the fifth and four times in the sixth. Sarah Phillis picked up the win in relief and went 4-for-4 at the plate with three doubles. Jessica Dager was 2-for-4 with a double and Laura Dager, 2-for-4.
El Dorado 12, Galt 5 — Kailey Olcott, Katie Harris and Trinity Jackson had two hits each for the Cougars, who scored six runs in the top of the seventh inning to win their first Sierra Valley Conference game Wednesday in Galt. El Dorado pitcher Deanna Herrera struck out five Galt batters. El Dorado (1-4, 6-10) led 6-5 going into the seventh frame.
Golden Sierra 4, Colfax 5 — The host Falcons pushed across a run in the bottom of the eighth to win Tuesday’s nonleague game. Offensively for Golden State, Hollie Johnson, Ally Baiz and Haley Leard each had two hits; Savannah Stephens had a home run and two RBIs; and Samantha Bastien had two RBIs. Johnson and Marina Alexander pitched for the Grizzlies.


Union Mine 240, El Dorado 293 — Par 36 at Cold Springs CC. UM: Medalist Jackson Kronk, 42; Nathan Fuller, 45; Dan LaGru, 49; Alex Abel Smith, 50; Max Wiegel, 53, Brett Owen, 54; Will Van Duesen, 56. ED: Sebastian Fenz, 50; Derek Delfino, 50; Gary Schoffner, 54; James Snead 65; Andrew Schmidt, 74.
Oak Ridge 204, Pleasant Grove 213 — Medalist Quinn Carlsen fired a 35 in Wednesday’s Delta River League match for the Trojans.


Union Mine def. by Capital Christian 17-25, 6-25, 17-25

Boys lacrosse

Oak Ridge 9, California 7

Girls lacrosse

Oak Ridge 11, Bella Vista 3 — OR: Morgan Bakarich, 3; Meghan Simmons, 2; Natalie Carrillo, 2; Kendall Lewis, Sara Cody, Madisyn Hallare, Bridget Hansen.


Golden Sierra 1, Cordova 3 — GS goal: Melissa Constock. Saves: Jenna Matyac, 12. Player of the Game: Alix Nordby.

Boys swimming

El Dorado 118, Galt 35 — 200 medley relay–ED, 1:60.03; 200 free–Matt Coen, ED, 2:03.82; 200 IM–Mac Guinn, ED, 2:22.32; 50 free–Andrew Coen, ED, 23.34; 100 fly–Matt Coen, ED, 1:01.01; 100 free–Garry Wriedt, ED, 58.80; 500 free–Andrew Coen, ED, 5:33.25; 200 free relay–ED, 1:41.93; 100 back–Wriedt, ED, 1:08.69; 100 breast–Matthew McNicholas, ED, 1:12.88; 400 free relay–ED, 3:50.55.

Girls swimming

El Dorado 130, Galt 37 — 200 medley relay–ED, 2:01.12; 200 free–Kaela Marcus, ED, 2:06.95; 200 IM–Haley Owens, ED, 2:26.30; 50 free–Ellen Tiedemann, ED, 25.97; 100 fly–Marissa Garcia, ED, 1:07.92; 100 free–Tiedemann, ED, 56.42; 500 free–Katryna Holifield-Helm, ED, 6:49.22; 200 free relay–ED, 1:55.42; 100 back–Kyle Covington, ED, 1:09.01; 100 breast–Owens, ED, 1:11.92; 400 free relay–ED, 4:00.98.

Brunch Bunch Bowling League 

Week 28
Team standings W L
1. Assorted Nuts 71.5-40.5
2. Who Cares 64-48
3. Pine Nuts 63-49
4. Way Knotty 54.5-57.5
5. Who Gas 52.5-59.5
6. The Sliders 48-64
7. Time To Spare 47.5-64.5
8. It’s About Time 45-66

High games: 200 — Martha Crom; 185 — Joni Koch; 182 — Cora Molina.

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