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Roundup: Griz softball wins title

By From page A9 | May 06, 2013

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GOLDEN SIERRA'S JOSHUA SALMONSON rounding third base after he clubbed a home run in Thursday's game against Highlands. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

Softball

Golden Sierra 21, Bradshaw Christian 2 — The Grizzlies won the Sierra Delta League title with Wednesday’s big road win. Golden Sierra scored in each inning of the 5-inning game. Savannah Stevens led the hit parade going 4-for-4, scoring four times, driving in 4 and tripling twice; Kenna Barth went 2-for-3 and scored four runs; Samantha Bastien scored four runs and drove in 2; Alexis Hall went 2-for-5 with 2 RBIs; Hollie Johnson added two hits including a double; and Haley Leard drove in 3 runs. Marina Alexander pitched four innings and Johnson an inning.
Golden Sierra 13, Highlands 0 — Johnson struck out eight with a 5-inning 2-hitter as the champion Grizzlies finished 11-1 in league. Stephens slugged two home runs, scored 3 runs and drove in 6; Hall went 2-for-4 with a homer and 3 RBI; Barth was 2-for-4; Carley Kauffman doubled; and Johnson scored three runs.
Ponderosa 5, Folsom 2 — The Bruins secured Thursday’s win with runs in the sixth and seventh innings. Melissa Silveira and Rachel Timberman both went 2-for-4 and knocked doubles from the top of the lineup; and Shawna Boley and Cassidy Lujan each doubled. On the mound, Terra Jerpbak started and went four innings; MacKenzie Mueller pitched two; and Lujan, one inning.

Volleyball

Golden Sierra def. El Dorado 22-25, 25-20, 14-25, 25-21, 15-9. Note: The Grizzlies tallied 101 points, the Cougars scored 100.

Baseball

Golden Sierra 14, Highlands 4 — Aided by Scot errors, the Grizzlies rolled to the Sierra Delta League win Thursday. Bryson Campbell went 3-for-4 with 3 RBIs; Chris Babbes (2RBIs) and Dakota Haddock each had two hits; Josh Salmonson had a home run and drove in 2; Beau Burgess added a double and 2 RBIs. On the mound, Campbell, Babbes, Burgess, Kyle Moe and Cameron Stephens each pitched an inning. With one nonleague game left, Golden Sierra finished 6-6 in league and in fourth place.
El Dorado 1, Cosumnes Oaks 0 — Nick Bonniksen pitched a 5-hitter and struck out nine as the Cougars finished 14-4 in the Sierra Valley Conference. Ryan Rodriguez (2-for-3) drove in Matt Smith (double) with the game’s lone run in the sixth inning.
Oak Ridge 12, Folsom 0 — Ryan Sullivan (4 innings) and Austin Vail combined on the six-inning 4-hitter. Logan Marston tripled and homered for three RBIs; Alec de Watteville went 2-for-3 with a double and 2 RBIs; Logan Denham was 2-for-2 with a double and 3 RBIs; and John Rico and Mikey Meinhofer each chipped in with a pair of hits.
Ponderosa 1, Pleasant Grove 9 — Shae McLinden hit a home run for the Bruin score. Matthew McBride added a double.
Union Mine 1, Liberty Ranch 16 — The Diamondbacks (2-17, 3-23) scored their only run in the bottom of the first inning in Friday’s Sierra Valley Conference home finale. RJ Blake reached base on an error and scored on Carlos Romero’s single. But the Hawks scored eight runs in the top of the second inning off two hits and five walks. After scoring another run in the fifth for a 9-1 lead, Liberty Ranch took advantage of four hits, four walks and a D’backs error in the top of the sixth to score seven runs. The game ended after six innings because of the 10-run mercy rule. Union Mine had five hits in the game; Mike Davis was 2-for-2 with a double. Nate Brown was also 2-for-2. LIberty Ranch had nine hits. The D’backs honored their five seniors on Senior Day; Sean Tow, Charles Simpson, Davis, Romero and Brian Smith.

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