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Granite Bay grads named to All-CalPac second team

Roseville's Elliott is a triple winner at Sacramento Classic
By: Staff reports
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William Jessup University basketball players Anthony Anderson and Preston Bramow, graduates of Granite Bay High School, were selected to the All-California Pacific Conference second team.

Anderson averaged 10.6 points and 3.6 rebounds per game. He shot 45 percent from three-point range, which ranked 15th in NAIA Division II. Anderson made a school-record eight three-pointers and scored 25 points against Bethany.

“Anthony had a great year shooting the basketball,” Jessup coach Aaron Muhic said. “He worked hard to earn himself a starting position.”

Bramow averaged 11.5 points and 5.1 rebounds and shot 58 percent from the field. His season high was 20 points against Pacific Union.

“Preston is a great all-around athlete that came on strong for us in conference play,” Muhic said. “It seemed like every game he would get a little more comfortable, and he did a lot of the little things for us. He was tremendous on the boards and played tough defense against some of the top players in the league.”

Jessup seniors Kadeem Kirsten and Damal Neil were named to the All-CalPac first team. Jessup was 12-17 overall and finished third in the CalPac at 8-4.

Track and field
Sacramento Classic
– Chelsee Elliott of Roseville was a triple winner in the Sacramento Classic at Sacramento State. Elliott bested a field of 32 in the long jump with a winning jump of 16 feet, 11 inches, and she won the triple jump in 34-3. Elliott also ran a leg on the Tigers’ winning 4x100 relay team. Stephanie Blumm, Kellyn Morning and Kirsten Merlino also ran legs toward a winning time of 50.51 seconds.

Blumm also won the 300 hurdles in 47.42, topping a field of 27.

Brooke Holt of Granite Bay beat 43 runners to win the 3,000 in 10:31.5. Oakmont sophomore Karlie Garcia was second in 10:33.66. Also for Granite Bay, Katie Zingheim won the pole vault in a record 13-4, Kevin Nielsen won the long jump in 21-8 over a field of 46, and John Park won the triple jump in a record 43-5.

The Oakmont foursome of Aria Sherazee, Britney Carino, Jazmin Harper and Marisa Carino won the 4x400 in 4:13.91.

Boys tennis
Oakmont second in Fresno
– Oakmont went 3-2 and placed second in its group at the California High School Classic team tennis tournament in Fresno.
Senior captains Kyle Coates and Zach Paiva had records of 5-0 and 4-1 for the Vikings, and sophomore Taylor Phan was 3-1.

Playing solid doubles were Brandin Breider, Phil Walquist, Adit Kothari, Marc Fischer, Ian Utz and freshman Adrian Karp.

“Overall, I was very impressed with our performance at this highly competitive tournament,” Oakmont coach Kevin Chorjel said.

Baseball
Pleasant Grove 4, Granite Bay 3 (11)
– Grizzlies pitchers Michael Beck, Matt Montalbano, Gabe Meza and James White combined for 12 strikeouts in their season opener, but the host Eagles scored in the bottom of the 11th inning to win. Jimmy Jack homered for Granite Bay.

Yuba City 12, Roseville 3 – Anthony Roberts drove in three runs with a double and a single in the Tigers’ season opener, but the host Honkers pulled away from a 2-2 tie with six runs in the bottom of the fourth. Roseville pitching allowed just five hits but issued 12 walks.

Girls soccer
Roseville 3, Colfax 1
– The Tigers improved to 6-0-1 on the season by beating the Falcons, and they went 3-0 in Lincoln’s Lady Zebra Classic. Roseville earlier defeated Yuba City 8-1 and Union Mine 2-0.