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Roundup: May 3, 2011

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From page B10 | May 3, 2011 |

UNION MINE'S Kyle Listar shot a 79 Monday at Teal Bend Golf Course to lead the D'backs to second place in the final 18-hole tournament to the regular season. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

#1 Union Mine Senior Kyle Listar. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

Boys golf

Sierra Valley Conference 18-hole tournament at Teal Bend GC. 1-Vista Del Lago, 405; 2-Union Mine, 423; 3-Galt, 451; 4-Cosumnes Oaks, 460; 5-Liberty Ranch, 465; 6-El Dorado, 470. UM scores: Kyle Listar, 79; Nathan Fuller, 79; Jordan Jones, 81; Paxton Fitzpatrick, 87; Mitch Wicks, 97; Joe Lehr, 99. ED scores: Tanner Lichty, 83; Cohl Hatala, 93; Tyler Powell, 94; Andrew Montez, 98; Zane Hatala, 102; Hayden Nickel, 109.

Delta River League 18-hole match at Rancho Murieta: OR scores: Charlie Cameron, 77; Reid Edlund, 77; Josh Kepplinger, 79; Tyson Tavalero, 81; Jesse Goldstein, 81; Cory Dela Cruz, 87. Note: The match moved Oak Ridge into second place in the DRL.

Cal Hi Invite at Plumas Pines GC: OR scores: Cameron, 79; Tavalero, 81; Edlund, 81; Kepplinger, 82; Goldstein, 89; Dela Cruz, 97. Note: Oak Ridge took seventh.

Baseball

Oak Ridge 6, Ponderosa 3 — The Trojans swept the season series after doubling up the host Bruins in Delta River League play Monday. Jake Wehr, Alex Fitchett and Jared Ross combined on a six-hitter while Ponderosa’s Troy Booher went the distance, allowing nine hits. Oak Ridge jumped out to a 4-1 lead before the Bruins closed within a run. Offensively for Troy, Wehr was 3-for-4; Fitchett 2-for-4 with a double; and Luke Eicher added a pair of hits. For Ponderosa, Reed Omohundro went 2-for-4 with a double; and Jerrod Bravo was 2-for-4.

El Dorado 15, Cosumnes Oaks 3 — Matt Deane struck out 10 batters Monday and helped himself with a home run and three RBIs as the Cougars invoked the mercy rule to pound the host Wolfpack in Sierra Valley Conference play. Chris Swineford stayed hot with a 3-for-4 afternoon including a double and three RBIs; Connor Lacher had a double and three RBIs; and Justin Dillon doubled. Zack Brown fanned the only batter he faced for the last out in the fifth inning.

Golden Sierra 17, Foresthill 7

Softball

Union Mine 3, Cosumnes Oaks 4 — Audrey Osborne allowed just six hits and one earned run in Monday’s Sierra Valley Conference loss at home. Sarah Phillis was 3-for-4 with a double for the Lady Diamondbacks while Amy Pedretti went 2-for-4.

El Dorado 5, Galt 10 — Despite Emily Smith’s 3-for-4, four RBI afternoon, the visiting Warriors won Monday’s Sierra Valley Conference matchup. Katie Harris and Deanna Herrerra each added two hits to the Cougars’ total.

Soccer

Oak Ridge 0, St, Francis 5


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