Guilmet makes Carolina League all-star team

Modesto is host for California-Carolina game; VCA's DeFiebre signs with Azusa Pacific
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Oakmont High School graduate Preston Guilmet was named to the Carolina League all-star team that will play the California League all-stars Tuesday, and that means a trip home.

The California League-Carolina League All-Star Game will be played at John Thurman Field in Modesto, home of the Nuts. Modesto is acting as host to the all-star game for the first time.

Guilmet is having a season similar to 2010, when he helped the Lake County (Ohio) Captains win the Midwest League championship. His stellar numbers pitching in relief earned him a promotion to the Kinston Indians this season. The California and Carolina are high-A leagues.

The right-hander was second in the Carolina League with 14 saves in 22 appearances through Sunday. He walked four and had 26 strikeouts, a 1.48 ERA and a 0.90 WHIP in 24 1/3 innings.

VCA athlete DeFiebre signs with Azusa Pacific
Micky DeFiebre of Valley Christian Academy on Friday signed a letter of intent to play football at Azusa Pacific University next fall, according to Lions basketball and baseball coach Brad Gunter Jr.

DeFiebre is receiving a combination football and academic scholarship from the college located near Los Angeles. DeFiebre graduated with a 3.9 GPA and in his senior year made the All-Sacramento Metro Athletic League team in football, basketball, and baseball.

“This is one of the greatest kids that I have had the honor of coaching,” Gunter said in an e-mail.

DeFiebre made 76 tackles, including three sacks, and had four fumble recoveries, 12 touchbacks among his 39 kickoffs and three field goals. He also scored a touchdown. He’s joining the Azusa Pacific football team as a kicker.

Roseville grad pitches in NAIA Series
Cameron Ray, a 2005 graduate of Roseville High School, was the starting pitcher for Lubbock Christian in the NAIA World Series championship game in Lewiston, Idaho.

Ray allowed one run, two hits and one walk in 2 2/3 innings. The Chaparrals (50-14) lost to Concordia 9-3.

Ray was 3-3 with one save and a 5.82 ERA this season. He started six games and appeared in 19. Ray struck out 22, walked seven and allowed just one homer in 34 innings.

As a Roseville senior in 2005, he was 5-6 with a 3.22 ERA, 58 strikeouts and 16 walks in 58 2/3 innings.

No. 17 holds three aces at Woodcreek
Golfers made three holes-in-one in five days on the 17th hole at Woodcreek Golf Club.

Tim Driscoll used a pitching wedge to ace the 119-yard 17th hole on June 2.

Terry Johnson also used a pitching wedge to ace No. 17, playing 122 yards on June 3.

Don Lutz scored the third hole in one three days later, using a 7-iron on the 103-yard hole.