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Roundup: April 5, 2013

OR Lacrosse team.  Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

OAK RIDGE girls lacrosse, pictured earlier this season, had the sticks working in their big win over Bella Vista Friday. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

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From page A6 | April 08, 2013 |

Softball

NorCal Classic
Oak Ridge 7, Ripon 5 — Lauren Bertoy drove in four runs on two home runs and a double to pace the Lady Trojans. Renee Bardini plated the other three runs on a 2-for-4 effort; Jackie Schmaeling went 2-for-4 with a double; and Jessica Burgess was a perfect 3-for-3.
Oak Ridge 10 Le Grand 0 — Bertoy doubled and homered to support Alyssa Burns’ four-inning one-hitter due to the mercy rule. Caitlyn Olan was 2-for-2; Bailey Cook had a double and 2 RBIs; Lindsey Zito had 3 RBIs; and Michelle Bardini had 2 RBIs.
Oak Ridge 6, Los Banos 2 — Burns pitched a five-hitter and Schmaeling went 3-for-4 with 2 RBIs. Cook was 2-for-3 while Olan doubled.
Oak Ridge 3, Oakdale 12 — The Trojans were held to five hits.

Golf  

Union Mine 228, Vista del Lago 217 — Par 36 at Cameron Park CC. UM: Nathan Fuller, 40; Jackson Kronk, 44; Brett Owen 44; Alex Abel Smith 45; Will Van Duesen, 55; Max Wiegel, 55; Dan LaGru, 57.

Baseball

El Dorado 10, River City 8 — The Cougars scored twice in the top of the ninth inning and held off the Raiders to win the Sierra Valley Conference game. El Dorado scored six times in the third to erase a 3-0 deficit. Chris Swineford went 3-for-4 with a double and Matt Smith 2-for-5 for the Cougars. On the mound, Owen MacKendrick started and Nick Bonniksen came on in the seventh.
Golden Sierra 6, Victory Christian 2 — Bryson Campbell hit a home run and pitched a complete game seven-hitter while striking out six. Nate Anderson added 2 RBIs and Jeffrey Klahn drove in a run.
Golden Sierra 1, West Campus 5 — Campbell went 2-for-3 and Austin Mason-Burrows had the RBI.
Golden Sierra 2, San Juan 6 — Christian Klahn and Nick White each had three hits; Kyle Moe was 2-for-3 with a triple and RBI; and Chris Babbes was 2-for-4 with a double.
Golden Sierra 13, East Nicholas 22 — The Grizzlies amassed 23 hits: Moe was 4-for-4 with 2 RBIs; Campbell went 4-for-5 with two doubles and 3 RBIs; Christian Klahn had three hits, a double and 2 RBIs; White was 2-for-4 with a double and 2 RBIs; and Beau Burgess went 2-for-3.
Oak Ridge 1, Granite Bay 8 — The Trojans manged just six hits and Alec de Watteville’s first-inning home run Friday.

Soccer

Golden Sierra 0, Lincoln 2 — Saves: Jenna Matyac, 10. Player of the Game: Mellisa Comstock.
El Dorado 0, Vista del Lago 4
Union Mine 0, Liberty Ranch 6

Swimming

Boys
Union Mine 87, Cosumnes Oaks 83
100 free: 1-Grady Lynch, 49.13. 100 back: 1-Lynch, 1:01.48. 200 IM: 1-Devlen Whisler, 2:11.38 (PR). 500 free: 1-Whisler, 5:26.91. 100 fly: Jason Williams, 57.70. 200 free: Williams, 1:53.93. 400 FR: 1-Marcos Warda, Lynch,Wyatt Hasemeier, Whisler, 3:48.60. 50 free: 1-Hasemeier, 24.25 ( qualified for  Sectional Meet).
New PRs: Dominic Sanguinetti, Levi Pivoda, Marcos Warda, Brian Heath, Sean Fitch, PJ Repetto, Hunter Cannon, Coleman Belardi, Spencer Stevenson, Nick Yates, Miles Levitsky, Ryan Hughes, Chandler Casner.
“This group of boys deserves a lot of credit for going up against a school with much more experienced swimmers. They raced their hearts out and came out on top. In so doing, a lot of personal bests were also achieved. PJ, Devlen, Grady and Sean Fitch came up with some great ones today.” — UM Coach Steve Skidmore

Girls
Union Mine 95, Cosumnes Oaks 75
100 back: 1-Caffrey Lynch, 1:07.81. 200 free: 1-Lynch, 2:14.46. 100 breast: 1-Brionna Schafer, 1:18.84. 200 IM: 1-Schafer, 2:36.41.
New PRs: Kaitlin Watkins, Kaitlin Lishman, Bree Heinrichs, Lerin Pivoda, Shayna Weiner, Kendall Watkins, Mikayla Wiegel, Olivia Verbitsky, Savannah Day, Hannah Begnell, Cammie Bailey, Rachel Judd, Nicole Wells, Gabby Frederichs, Camille Burdick, Dakota Smith.
The girls really had a good meet with lots of extra effort. Lerin Pivoda, Shayna Weiner, and Kendall Watkins really made a difference.” — Coach Skidmore

Volleyball

Golden Sierra def. Encina 25-20, 25-12, 25-15. Kill: Matt Smith, 11; Rocky Sacks, 8; Brandon Susic, 7: Brian Cann, 6. Aces: Smith, 8; Sacks, 4; Eric Yamzon, 4; Anthony Rosas, 2. Blocks: Sacks 2. Assists: Smith, 20; Cann, 13. Digs: Yamzon, 15; Sacks, 13; Smith, 12; Rosas, 9; Susic, 9. Serve receive: Yamzon, 10; Sacks, 6; Susic, 6.
El Dorado def. Cosumnes Oaks 22-25, 25-8, 25-15, 25-14.
Ponderosa def. by Deer Valley 16-25; 15-25.

Lacrosse

Oak Ridge 15, Bella Vista 0 — OR goals: Bridget Hansen, 4; Morgan Bakarich, 3; Bridget Malone, 2; Natalie Carrillo, 2; Meghan Simmons; Marissa Perry; Madisyn Hallare, Stephanie Polivka.

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