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Bruin, Trip Moore. #1 singles. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

TRIP MOORE holds down the No. 1 singles spot for Ponderosa. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Baseball

El Dorado 9, Liberty Ranch 0In the first game of a doubleheader in Galt on Friday, Nick Bonniksen pitched six innings, and Owen MacKendrick tossed the final inning of the Sierra Valley Conference contest for the Cougars (7-2, 10-2).
El Dorado 0, Liberty Ranch 2 — In a  tough loss, the Cougars’ Zach Terry pitched seven innings.  
Oak Ridge 0, Yuba City 7
— The Trojans (2-4) had only one hit in Friday’s nonleague game at the Honkers’ field.
Oak Ridge 1, Granite Bay 5 — Connor Davis held the visiting Grizzlies scoreless the last four innings in Thursday’s nonleague home game. Granite Bay scored all of its runs in the first three innings of the game. Brogan Cooper scored Oak Ridge’s lone run in the bottom of the third inning. Chris Roppolo and Tyson Solis had a hit each for the Trojans.
Ponderosa 2, Wood 3 — Emory Thompson (3-for-3) and Logan Tonge (2-for-3, RBI) lead the Bruins’ hitting attack in Friday’s nonleague game at Raley Field in West Sacramento, home of the Sacramento River Cats. Ponderosa (3-5) finished with nine hits. Parker Wright smacked a double in the game. Shea McLinden, Jacob Hilliker and Ryan Carey had a hit each. Brett Pankow and Clay Boswell split time on the hill.
Ponderosa 2, Roseville 1 — Logan McMahon smacked a home run in the second inning, and Hilliker went 2-for-3 to account for the Bruins’ seven hits in Thursday’s nonleague home win. Wright, McLinden, Tonge and Carey had a hit each. Davis Carlson went the distance on the hill for Ponderosa, striking out five Tiger batters.
Union Mine 10, Galt 3 — The Diamondbacks scored four times in the top of the seventh inning in Friday’s Sierra Valley Conference contest. Brendan Hunter led the hitting attack, going 2-for-2 with an RBI. Will Ybright (RBI), Brendan McKillip (RBI), Lucas Fuller, R.J. Blake, Austin Rigsby, John Creason and Nate Brown had a hit each; Ybright and Creason’s hits were doubles. Union Mine (3-3, 6-5) had nine hits in the game. Blake went the distance on the hill, striking out seven batters and gave up five hits.
Union Mine 1, Galt 5 — Union Mine had four hits in hte nightcap at the Warriors’ field. Hunter, Blake (double), Rigsby and Creason had a hit each.

Softball

Oak Ridge 15, Folsom 1 — The Lady Trojans scored four runs in the top of the third inning to break open a 1-all in Thursday’s Delta River League road game. Caitlyn Olan (3-for-3, 2 doubles, 3 RBIs) was one of three Oak Ridge (1-0, 10-2-1) players who had multiple hits; Lindsey Zito (3-for-3, 3 RBIs) and Kendall Kelly (2-for-3, 3 RBIs) followed. Katina Vail, Amanda Miller and Jessica Burgess had a hit each for the Trojans. Bailey Cook had two stolen bases. Alyssa Burns pitched for Oak Ridge, giving up two hits and striking out four.
Ponderosa 1, St. Francis 0 — Rachel Timberman (2-for-3, double) scored the lone run in Thursday’s DRL opener in Sacramento in the top of the third inning. Terra Jerpbak (RBI) and Taylor Doane (double) had a hit each for Ponderosa (1-0, 8-2-1). On the mound, Jerpbak struck out five and gave up two hits.
Union Mine 2, Cosumnes Oaks 4The Lady Diamondbacks (5-1, 9-3-1) scored their runs in the top of the sixth inning of Thursday’s Sierra Valley Conference game in Elk Grove. Jessica Dager went 3-for-3.
El Dorado 6, Galt 13 — The Lady Cougars (1-4, 4-9) pounded out 11 hits in Thursday’s SVC contest in Galt but the Warriors had 15 hits and scored in every inning for the win.
Golden Sierra 1, Vacaville Christian 14
 — The game was tied at 1-all after the first inning of Friday’s Sierra Delta League road contest. Ally Baiz (2-for-3) had half of the Grizzlies’ four hits. Marina Alexander and Savannah Stephens had a hit each for Golden Sierra (3-2).

Tennis 

Union Mine 8, Galt 1
Singles (UM first): Michelle Doyle def. Garcia, 6-0, 6-1; Spencer McClain def. Werblun, 6-0, 6-0; Madiy Wiltshire def. Sanchez, 6-2, 6-1; Jason Lee def. by Boyd, 6-3, 6-7, 5-10.
Doubles (UM first): Caitlyn Keane-Liz Kilkenny def. Blanco-Parra, 6-2, 2-6, 11-9; Kyle Gardner-Chris Lee def. Lopez-Vue, 6-1, 6-3; Jessica Rapp-Elise Piazza def. Rodriguez-Cardenas, 6-0, 6-0; Mitchell Peaslee-Josh Pechal def. Cortez-Boyd, 6-3, 2-6, 10-8; Eliie Bertucelli-Sam Murphy by forfeit.
Ponderosa 1, Jesuit 8
Singles (PHS first): Trip Moore def. by J. Lin, 1-6, 3-6; Quaid Moore def. by Loasz, 0-6, 0-6; Hunter Portillo def. by Richardsen, 1-6, 1-6; James Kanzaki def. by Fretz, 0-6, 0-6; Brandon Kanzaki def. by Milaugh, 0-6, 0-6; Rudy Arocan def. by Gilles, 0-6, 1-6.
Doubles (PHS first): Jacob Lacy-Andrew Culver def. by Miller-Whitney, 1-6, 0-6; Robert Rush-Jacob Smith def. byt Johson-Baxter, 5-7, 0-6; Anthony Masarweh-Griffin Moes won by default.
Golden Sierra def. by Forest Lake Christian
Singles (GS first): Deo Avalos vs Gauthier, 7-6, 4-6, n/a; Willow O’Dette def. by Burnett, 0-6, 1-6; Eric Yamzon def. Gruner, 6-3, 6-2; Taylor Eicher def. by Foliente, 0-6, 0-6.
Doubles (GS first): Allie Bachmann-Wmily Alexander def. by Dreschler-DeGraaf, 5-10; Daniel Lesher-Casey Blakley def. Kadera-Ashworth, 10-4; Jennifer Ussery-Brittany Bastien def. by Piner-Lupo, 4-10; Chandler Blakley-Tyray Firtune def. by Smith-Shisler, 4-10; GS forfeited mixed.

Track and Field
Thunder Invite

Oak Ridge varsity girls (top placer). Team points 10, 13th place
100M: 4-Skylar Caesar, 13.81. 400m: 11-Sierra Salmon, 1:04.79. 800m: 5-Arial Hendrickson, 2:31.72. 1600: 8-Rachel Peterson, 5:29.72. 3200: 5-Hendrickson, 11:59.43. 100mh: 20-Marissa Porter, 20.72. 4×100: 7-OR (Caesar, Jaini Gotro, Salmon, Kristina O’Donnell), 52.33. SP: 10-Atiah brinson, 28-5.5.D: 11-Brinson, 78-6. HJ: 11-Jillian Woody, 4-2. LJ: 6-Catherin Swanson, 13-8.5.
Oak Ridge varsity boys (top placer). 20th place
400m: 14-Jean-Yves Diei, 54.78. 800m: 5-Josh Gladwell, 2:06.11. 1600: 19-Alex Merry, 4:50.95. 3200: 5-Merry, 10:13.62. 4×100: 16-OR (Brandon Jetter, Griffin Prather, Dominick Worsham, Bryce Williams), 46.02. SP: 9-Nathan Hutchinson McHone, 41-2.5. D: 15-Lucas Halseth, 106-8. LJ: 11-Matt Addleman, 18-7.5.
Frosh/Soph girls first place finishers (Team points 66, first place)
800m: 1-Briana Dulgar, 2:30.44. 3200: 1-Gloria Dabiri, 12:15.23, HJ: 1-Alexa Ray, 4-10
Frosh/Soph boys first place finishers (Team points 35, fifth place)
3200: 1-Blake Hanson, 10:51.51.

Golf

El Dorado 244, Galt 264 — Par 36 at Cold Springs. ED scores: Austin Wells, 44; Derek Delfino, 45, Gabe Fierro, 48.

Soccer

Oak Ridge 3, Sheldon 1 — The Lady Trojans scored two of their goals in the first half in register their first Delta River League win Thursday.
Ponderosa 2, Pleasant Grove 2 — In the final 40 minutes of Thursday’s DRL contest in Elk Grove, the Lady Bruins (0-1-1, 6-4-1) booted their two goals.
Union Mine 1, River City 4 — The Lady Diamondbacks (1-4-1, 3-4-2) scored their only goal in the second half of Thursday’s Sierra Valley Conference contest.
El Dorado 1, Galt 3 — Kristen Teehee scored the lone goal for El Dorado (0-5-1, 1-9-3) in Thursday’s SVC road game. Cougar goalie Kylie Haverson had seven saves.

Volleyball 

Ponderosa def. Grant 3-0 — The Bruins improved to 10-4 with Thursday’s straight set home win.

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