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Roundup: July 10

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COREY PEREIRA'S 54-hole total of 4-under 212 won the 84th Northern California Golf Association Junior Amateur Tuesday by a single stroke at Spyglass Hill in Pebble Beach. Periera, from Cameron Park, lost last year's title in a sudden-death playoff. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Baseball
Nor Cal Divisional Tournament, Chowchilla

El Dorado Hills Rush 50/70 All Stars 3, Livermore 14 — CJ Pallari had a home run in Tuesday’s game that eliminated the 50/70 team from the tournament. El Dorado Hills ended with a 2-2 record. 
El Dorado Hills Rush 50/70 All Stars 12, Patterson/Salida 0
 — Bryson Smith, Garett Mook and Alonzo Wandell took turns on the hill for the Rush in Monday’s game. Kyle Maechler hit a three-run home run and Rhys Kennedy also smacked a dinger.
El Dorado Hills Rush 50/70 All Stars 11, Oakland 12 — The Rush rallied from a 12-7 deficit in the bottom of the seventh inning but fell short in Sunday’s game. Pallari smacked a home run in the game. El Dorado Hills finished with 14 hits in the game. Kennedy, Maechler, Reyes and Pallari had three hits each. Kennedy had two doubles, Maechler had two singles, Reyes two doubles and Pallari two singles in addition to his home run. Oakland had nine hits, six of which were home runs.
El Dorado Hills Rush 50/70 All Stars 9, Livermore 5 — In their first game of the divisional tournament on Saturday, Tyler Reyes hit two home runs for the Rush, who won the District 54 and Section championships. He went 3-for-3 including a single. Pallari used a blend of fastballs and off-speed pitches to keep Livermore batters off-balance. Kennedy, Pallari and Maechler went 2-for-2 each. On the mound, Pallari,  Maechler and Reyes allowed seven hits.
Members of the Rush are: Kennedy, Maechler, Reyes, Pallari, Jake Malaney, Nick Grebe, Brant Paylor, Tyler Salcido, Alonzo Wandell,Garret Mook, Bryson Smith and Cole Ramsey.

Cold Springs Ladies Golf
July 9
Pro points & putts

Ace of the month: Ellen Page, net 66

Over the field low gross: Ellen Page, 90

Over the field low net: Karen McCaughren, 69

1st flight low net: Cher Williams, 71; Judy Goggins, 71

2nd flight low net: Cathy Attabit, 70; Kathy Goldman, 71

3rd flight low net: Marianne Chavez, 68; Terry Sotelo, 73

Hole in ones

Bob Fletcher aced the 170-yard fourth hole ar Apple Mountain Golf Resort using a 6 iron.

Mike Navome aced the 123-yard 15th hole at Apple Mountain Golf Resort using a No. 9 club.

Ray Wallace aced the 165-yard 17th hole at Apple Mountain Golf Resort using a 9 iron.

Lane Savage aced the 131-yard  17th hole at Apple Mountain Golf Resort using a hybrid club.

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