Monday, July 28, 2014

Roundup: Trojan baseball edges top-ranked Elk Grove 3-1

From page B3 | March 26, 2012 |


Oak Ridge 3, Elk Grove 1 — Sophomore Austin Root held the top-ranked Thundering Herd to three hits and one run in six and two-thirds innings to pick up his second win of the season Thursday. The Trojans scored three runs in the top of the first inning as Alec deWatteville doubled and scored on Mason Watkins’ (2-for-3) RBI single.  Ground outs from Cody Morris and Lance Berringer plate the other two. Jaren Ross picked up the save for Oak Ridge.

El Dorado 12, Galt 2 — Justin Dillon allowed just six hits in Thursday’s Sierra Valley Conference six-inning road victory. Dillon stayed hot with the bat with a 4-for-4 afternoon that included a double; catcher Chris Swineford went 2-for-4; and Nicholas Bonniksen doubled.

Ponderosa 15, San Juan 1 — The Bruins exploded for 16 hits in Thursday’s five-inning nonnleague win. Ponderosa scored nine runs in the top of the first inning. Alex Lytle lead the hit parade with four including a double and pitched all five innings; Jeff Martin was 3-for-3 with a double; Blake Yeager homered; Trevor Hammitt went 2-for-3; and Garrett Crawford, Austin Turgeon and Reed Omohundro each doubled.

Union Mine 1, Galt 10 — Friday’s game was suspended in the ninth for darkness. D’back Tyler Leal held Galt to just one run through five and the D’backs answered in the bottom after Andy Larner sent a flare to left and came all the way from second on Sam Armanino’s base knock. From then it came down to pitching as Paris Taitague, Isaac Williams and Charles Simpson all answered the call. Union Mine put runners on in the seventh and eighth innings but couldn’t score. Galt broke the tie in the ninth with nine runs and left two on base when play was stopped.

Oak Ridge 1, Yuba City 2 — The host Honkers pushed across runs in the sixth and seventh innings to win Saturday’s nonleague game.


Ponderosa 6, Pleasant Grove 0 — Paris Hallums’ seven strikeout, two-hit complete game performance Friday started the Lady Bruins off right to open the Delta River League schedule. Giana Bilotta went 2-for-3 with two RBIs; Terra Jerpbak was 2-for-4 with a double; and Taylor Eilders went 2-for-4.
Union Mine 1, Vista del Lago 4 — The Lady Diamondbacks managed just four hits and committed four errors in Friday’s Sierra Valley Conference road setback.
Ponderosa 2, Oakmont 4 


Union Mine 4, River City 0 — Taylor Bruno scored twice and Lea Howton and Nicole Leu once each for the victorious Lady Diamondbacks.
El Dorado 0, Galt 0
El Dorad JV 4, River City 0 

Boys lacrosse

Oak Ridge 8, Jesuit 9 — OR goals: Cody Place, 4; Cayd Rich, 2; Nicholas Hoe; Ethan Ackerman


Union Mine 221, El Dorado 270 at Cameron Park CC. UM scores: Jackson Kronk, 40; Nathan Fuller, 42; Jordan Jones, 42; Graham Bennett, 46; Will Van Duesen, 51; Alex Able Smith, 52. ED scores: Shane Hopkins, 50; Tyler Powell, 53; Cohl Hatala, 54; Austin Wells, 56; Chase Norton, 57; Gary Hoffner, 68.


El Dorado 3, Liberty Ranch 6
Singles (ED first): Ian Golihur def. by Payne, 4-6, 2-6; Chris Bodle def. by Nunez, 2-6, 4-6; Savannah Barnhill def. by Galya, 6-0, 4-6, 4-6; Sarah Miller def. by Gomez, 3-6, 3-6.
Doubles (ED first): Patrick Nicodemus-Stark def. Vang-Haymore; Lucas Keith-Nick Price def. Valejo-Johnson; Anna Brocker-Shannon Riley def. by Haymore-Schrader, 4-6, 6-4, 4-7; Marris Bond-Amy Lautamo def. Firestone-Mitchell, 6-2, 6-3; Joseph Taylor-Regina Roediger def. by Parker-Buckband.

Oak Ridge 8, Folsom 1
Singles (OR first): Jimmy Giovanni def. Zhou, 7-5, 6-4; Nic Atkinson def. by Sandhu, 1-6, 2-6; Jacob Zetlin def. Topor, 6-3, 6-1; Simmon Chan def. Zhou, 6-3, 6-2; Charlie Conarro def. Voon, 3-6, 6-1, 6-0; Matt Fergerson def. Ta, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3.
Doubles (OR first): Matthew Lai-Scotty Lee def. Wu-Ang, 6-1, 2-6, 6-1; Austin Mitchell-Sangsoo Kim def. Pashutanizadeh-Chakrabarty, 6-4, 6-3; Max He-Mitchell Jensen def. Pathak-Natu, 6-1, 6-1.

Union Mine 1, River City 8
Singles (UM first) Dylan Jocoy def. by London, 1-6, 1-6; Ben Gwerder def. by Vang, 6-0, 4-6, 4-6; Chandler Bruttig def. by Oseguera, 5-7, 4-6; Spencer McClain def. by Lee, 106, 5-7.
Doubles (UM first): Darby Bowers-Minyi Ge def. by Neverov-Yang, 1-6, 3-6; Jon Michael Green-Ray Burgess def. by Xu-Saetern, 4-6, 4-6; Jessica Larson-Madiy Wiltshire def. by Vang-Singh, 2-6, 2-6; Matt Wallace-Lucas Indiger def. by Khan-Tagupa, 2-6, 2-6; Gabby Aveni-Kevin Reyes def. Maltez-Dinh, 1-6, 6-4, 10-5.

Track and Field

Ponderosa girls 59, Jesuit 77

Girls (top 3 Bruins) — 100M: 2-Molly Tuthill, 13.81; 3-Sydney Blakeley, 13.96; 5-Saila Sanders, 14.50. 200M: 7-Taylor Bergin, 30.23; 8-Sanders, 30.33; 10-Kaira Swenson, 31.61. 400M: 1-Brittany Anselmo, 58.45; 7-Rylee Johnson, 1:10.68; 8-Janae Tenney, 1:12.59. 800M: 1-Anselmo, 2:24.67; 3-Christine Redor, 2:32.16; 8-Jenn Aguilar, 2:53.10. 1,600M: 1-Redor, 5:27.40; 8-Aguilar, 6:40.09; 9-Dorian Grant, 7:25.12. 3,200M: 2-Redor, 11:41.54; 6-Aguilar, 15:26.76. 110H: 1-Tuthill, 17.54; 4-Tenney, 19.40; 7-Ashley Silveira, 20.49. 300H: 1-Silveira, 52.70; 4-Tenney, 55.05; 6-Tuthill, 58.19. 4x100MR: 2-PHS, 52.48. 4x400MR: 2-PHS A, 4:29.47. HJ: 2-Danylle Kurywchak, 4-10. PV: 1-Blakeley, 11-9; 4-Cassie Carter, 7-0; 5-Megan Blacet, 6-6, Johnson, 6-6, Danielle Coll, 6-6, Pamina Chong, 6-6. LJ: 1-Kurywchak, 16-3; 4-Kylee Trageser, 14-4.75; 5-Blakeley, 14-0.5. TJ: 1-Kurywchak, 35-4; 4-Trageser, 29-8.5; 5-Kara Whalen, 28-5. SP: 1-Allison Ryan, 37-3; 6-Emma Katzakian, 23-4; 7-Jaclyn Fields, 23-3. D: 2-Ryan, 99-2; 4-Kurywchak, 89-4; 5-Katzakian, 73-2.

Ponderosa boys 35, Jesuit 101

Boys (top 3 Bruins) — 100M: 3-Connor Goss, 12.62; 4-Jacob Legge, 12.75; 5-Logan Kohlbacher, 12.76. 200M: 2-Alex Roberds, 23.23; 4-Jason Dean, 26.14; 5-Jacob Iverson, 26.23. 400M: 1-Roberds, 50.19; 3-Jake Cano, 57.75; 4-Dean, 59.25. 800M: 5-Nicholas Prete, 2:12.61; 7-Marcus Nunley, 2:14.29; 9-Salmaan Noorani, 2:17.85. 1,600M: 4-Nunley, 4:57.01; 5-Prete, 4:57.73; 7-Clark Skinner, 5:01.49. 3,200M: 3-Nunley, 11:08.53; 4-Charles Hedin, 11:10.41; 6-Skinner, 11:29.90. 110H: 2-Legge, 16.70; 3-Ben Boardway, 17.64; 4-Naji Bseiso, 19.88. 300H: 2-Spencer Orofino, 41.90; 2-Boardway, 43.38. 4×100: 2-PHS, 47.11. 4×400: 2-PHS, 3:35.62. HJ: 2-Donovan Madsen, 5-4; 2-Wyatt Kelly, 5-4; 2-Kaden Mosbacher, 5-4. PV: 1-Goss, 12-0; 3-Matt Auiar, 11-6. LJ: 4-Goss, 18-9; 6-Kelly, 16-8; 7-Alec Roth, 16-5.25. TJ: 3-Goss, 38-8.75; 4-Orofino, 36-10; 5-Mosbacher, 35.00. SP: 6-Steven Trivette, 43-6; 8-Matt Halford, 42-3; 10-Henry Sharoyan, 40-5.5. D: 1-Halford, 139-8; 4-Trivette, 131-1; 12-Sharoyan, 102-5.



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