BRUIN NICK TORQUATO pins his opponent. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

PONDEROSA'S Nick Troquato, top, breaks down an opponent in an earlier home meet. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene


Roundup: Jan. 7, 2013

By From page A7 | January 09, 2013


Doc Buchanan
Ponderosa: 120-Jacob Gonzales, 0-2; 132-Jimmy Scarr, 5th, 6-2; 138-Colin Hustrulid, 1-2; 152-TJ Shamblin, 0-2; 160-Trae Providence, 1-2; 182-Nick Troquato, 8th, 3-3; 220-Henry Sharoyan, 2-2.
Oak Ridge: 138-Brandon Claiborne, 3-2; 160-Ali Atebar, 3-2; 170-Keaton Subjeck, 3rd, 6-1; 182-Zach Claiborne, 1-2; 285-Jacob Proul, 2-2.

Coast Classic
Ponderosa: 106-TJ Holloway, 5th; 132-Scarr, 1st; 138-Hustrulid, 5th; 152-Shamblin, 6th; 160-Providence, 1st; 182-Troquato, 1st; 220-Sharoyan, 4th.
Team score: Ponderosa 242, 1st.

Grant’s Pass Invitation
Ponderosa: 106-Holloway, 2nd; 120-Gonzales, 2nd; 132-Scarr, 2nd; 182-Troquato, 1st.
Team: Ponderosa took 2nd place.

Boys basketball

Golden Sierra 53, Vacaville Christian 66 — The Grizzlies were outscored 33-18 in the fourth quarter of Monday’s Sierra Delta League road setback. Peter Biersteker tallied 15 points for Golden Sierra; Brian Cann scored 11; Brenden Nutt added nine; and Jason Boyle, seven points.

Girls basketball

Golden Sierra 44, Vacaville Christian 24 — The Grizzlies squared their Sierra Delta League record at 1-1 with Monday’s road victory.

Knotty Pine Lanes, Pollock Pines

Brunch Bunch Bowling League
Week 16
Team Standings: W L
1. Assorted Nuts 42.5-21.5
2. Pine Nuts 36-28
3. Who Gas 35-29
4. Way Knotty 33.5-30.5
5. Time To Spare 30-34
6. It’s About Time 27-37
7. Who Cares 27-37
8. The Sliders 25-39

High games: 214-Lila Francek; 192-Joni Koch; 186-Martha Crom


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