COUGAR Matt Smith, pictured last week, had three hits in Monday's win. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins


Roundup: Mar. 26, 2013

By From page A9 | March 27, 2013


El Dorado 13, North Monterey County 2 — The Cougars scored 13 runs on 13 hits Monday to win their opener of a four-game swing through the Monterey area. Owen MacKendrick pitched six innings for the win with Zachary Terry throwing the seventh. Offensively, Matt Smith had three hits and Nick Bonniksen, Michael Weston and Vincent Ross each contributed two hits. El Dorado scored four runs in the second inning, four in the fourth, two in the fifth, one in the sixth and two in the seventh.
“It was one of those game where you’re better than the other team and you go through the motions a little but everyone gets in and you have those (types of games) every once in a while,” Cougar coach Rusty McDonald said.

Sure West Tournament

Union Mine 2, Casa Roble 8 — The D’backs committed seven errors to gift the Rams five unnearned runs Monday. R.J. Blake went 2-for-4 with an RBI for Union Mine while Colton Merrill added a triple and RBI. On the mound, Tim Salemi started and was relieved by Greg Alloway.
Union Mine 2, Rosemont 10 — Mistakes cost the D’backs as nine errors led to five unearned runs. Brenden Hunter had two hits for Union Mine; Sean Tow added a double and drove in a run; and Blake added an RBI. Charles Simpson started on the mound and Blake relieved.
Ponderosa 4, Bella Vista 5 — the Broncos scored a run in the bottom of the eighth to win it Monday. For the Bruins, Matthew McBride and Matt Poulin each had two hits and Ian Boyle hit a home run. Parker Wright started for Ponderosa and Michael Green pitched in relief.
Ponderosa 2, Woodcreek 13


Oak Ridge, Ponderosa at Bronco Roundup — 800m: 14-Nicholas Prete, P, 2:08.91; 22-Colin Pilcher, OR, 2:13.83; 47-Austin Donley, P, 2:38.79; 48-Ryan Lee, P, 2:39.38; 1600m: 25-Trevor Hammitt, P, 4:57.43; 57-Andrew Masarweh, 5:31.07; 62-Alec Branaa, 5:36.37; 67-Nick Hunt, P, 5:43.88; 4×1600 relay: 5-Josh Boiler, Prete, TJ Holloway, Charles Hedin, P, 21:04.56; 7-Jordan Costello, Austin Donley, Michael Wilde, Gavin Tan, P, 21:22.42. Distance medley: 5-Jake Zeltner, Evan Baxter, Zach Thornton, Dusty Armstrong, OR, 11:12.38; 10-Boiler, Prete, Hedin, Hammitt, P, 11:49.67; 14-Holloway, Pedro Lopez, Tan, Ryan Lee, 13:02.21.

Oak Ridge, Ponderosa at Bronco Roundup
— 800m: 32-Rose Clark, OR, 2:48.09; 43-Leesa Bingham, OR, 2:52.43. 1600m: 12-Samantha Kilcollins, OR, 5:51:15; 17-Mikhayla Polivka, OR, 6:02.14; 21-Alison Bamford, OR, 6:10.61; 29-Karina Kauffman, OR, 6:17.42; 38-Maddie DeZordo, OR, 6:28.38. 3200m-2-Rachel Peterson, OR, 11:24.55; 12-Kilcollins, 12:34.97; 15. Whitney Willhelmy, OR, 12:46.29; 16-Mikhayla Polivka, OR, 12:56.98; 17-Arial Hendrickson, OR, 12:59.03; 25-Gloria Dahiri, OR, 13:44.78. Distance medley: 5-Ellie Velez, Sabrina Andrus, Rachel Peterson, Briana Dulgar, OR, 13:39.80.

Knotty Pine Lanes, Pollock Pines

Mountain Women Bowling League
Week 26
Team standings; W L
1. Hillbilliettes 31.5-8.5
2. Knotty Girls 23-17
3. Ms. Fits 21.5-18.5
4. Sometimers 20.5-19.5
5. Fun Gals 19-21
6. Alley Oops! 10.5-21.5
7. Bowlin Baggs 16-24
8. Pin Pals 11-29

High games: 202-Jeanne Valentine; 192-Paula Tillotson; 182-Cheryl Haas
Wk. 25: 200-Jeanene Santerelli; 187-Harding; 185-Nancy Baumbaca

Brunch Bunch Bowling League
Week 27
Team standings: W L
1. Assorted Nuts 71.5-36.5
2. Who Cares 63-45
3. Pine Nuts 59-49
4. Way Knotty 52.5-55.5
5. Who Gas 48.5-59.5
6. The Sliders 46-62
7. It’s About Time 46-62
8. Time To Spare 44.5-63.5

High games: 213-Connie Harding; 211-Judy Fowler; 193-Lynn McCown
Wk. 26: 208-McCown; 193-Terese Clusiau; 190-Judy Dayton

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