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Granite Bay wraps up SFL golf title; Lee fires 6-under 65

Grizzlies second, Roseville third in volleyball tourney
By: Staff reports
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Granite Bay High School wrapped up the Sierra Foothill League girls golf championship with a 31-stroke victory in the second SFL tournament of the season Monday at River Oaks Golf Club in Nicolaus.

Grizzlies junior Paige Lee was the medalist. She shot a 6-under-par 65 on the par-71 layout. Camille Wagg of Rocklin was second with a 70 and Virgie Velazquez of Roseville third with a 72.

Deedra Dollesin of Granite Bay came in at 75. Amber Ly shot 79 and Chiyo Arai 85 as the Grizzlies totaled 394. Nevada Union was second at 425, followed by Rocklin (445), Woodcreek (472), Roseville (491) and Del Oro (532).

Lexi Robinson led Woodcreek with an 81.

CVC tournament

Roseville resident Clare Sorensen shot a 4-over 76 to lead Christian Brothers to the title at the Capital Valley Conference tournament at Turkey Creek.

The Falcons had a 408 total. Oakmont, led by Maddie Gedeon’s 77, was second at 518.

Volleyball

Granite Bay defeated Bella Vista 25-23, 25-16 to win the Sacramento Invitational on Saturday at Roseville and Monday learned it was No. 4 in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I power rankings.

The Grizzlies trail St. Francis, Oak Ridge and St. Mary’s. Oakmont is No. 10 in Division III, and Valley Christian Academy is No. 5 in Division VI.

Host Roseville finished third in the 11-team invitational. The Tigers defeated Will C. Wood 25-8, 25-16, Oroville 25-14, 25-11 and Yuba City 25-16, 25-21 before beating Hamilton 25-21, 25-16 in the playoffs. Roseville lost to Granite Bay 25-16, 26-24 in the semifinals.

Roseville received kills from middle hitters Jen Simon, Leslie Pease and Lindsey Anderson, thanks to good setting by Kali Lauhon. Molly Lanoie and Corinne Smith provided consistent play.

The Tigers led Granite Bay 23-21 in the second game but couldn’t finish the victory.

“We played pretty well and the kids had a good time, so it was successful for us,” Roseville coach Ron Grove said.