Lord’s Gym Roseville boxer wins again on Sacramento card

Charity golf tournaments at Granite Bay, Lincoln Hills in October
By: Roseville Press Tribune Staff Reports
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Mario Monarrez, fighting out of Lord’s Gym in Roseville, dominated all three rounds to defeat Manuel Martinez of Stockton’s Fat City Boxing Club last weekend on a card held at the Caballero Boxing Gym in Sacramento.

Monarrez, a 158-pounder, improved to 15-12 as an amateur. He’s scheduled to fight again Sept. 22 in Reno and Oct. 6 in Richmond and is preparing to turn professional early next year.

Youth soccer

Keiki Kickers 3, Roxy’s 1 — Candace Henderson, Amber Hall and Megan Huber scored for the Kickers, playing their first season in U12, and Kylie Nguyen, Fatma Mohamed, Celine Henderson and Katelyn Fernandez were strong on defense.

Cougars 7, Destroyers 5 — The Cougars came back from a 3-0 deficit to tie 3-3 at halftime and went on to defeat the Destroyers in a Roseville Youth Soccer Club U10 match. Bret Knudson led the Cougars with four goals. Ted Faith scored two goals and Elias Durazo one.

Earthquakes 7, Flying Squirrels 0 — Andrew Curtan had a hat trick, and Camden Ferro, Andrew Gordon, Michael Marovich and Parker Hellekson each scored one goal for the Earthquakes in the RYSC U8 match. Keaton Lomax played strong defense to help the Earthquakes record a shutout.

ClubCorp Charity Golf Tournament on Oct. 12

The sixth annual ClubCorp Charity Classic Golf Tournament will take place Friday, Oct. 12, at Granite Bay Golf Club.

Cost is $125 per person, which includes green fee, cart, range balls, box lunch and an awards dinner that features dancing and a silent auction. Dinner only is $35 per person.

The tournament begins with lunch available at 11:30 a.m., and the shotgun start is at 1 p.m. The buffet dinner features prime rib, pasta stations and more.

The ClubCorp Charity Classic benefits the Placer Breast Cancer Endowment, Augie’s Quest for ALS research and the Employment Partners Care Foundation, which provides financial assistance in times of crisis. ClubCorp has raised more than $8.2 million at its annual Charity Classic, dating to 2007.

To register, visit or call (916) 791-7578.

Lions Club charity golf in Lincoln

The Lincoln Hills Lions Club will hold its annual charity golf classic, Drive Fore Dough, at 9 a.m. Monday, Oct. 22, at Lincoln Hills Golf Club.

Prizes will go to the top three foursomes, top two closest to the pin, longest drive, straightest drive and putting. There will be an international buffet luncheon, goodie bags and more.

Fees are $95 for an individual and $370 for a foursome. Proceeds benefit local schools, Ride to Walk, Guide Dogs for the Blind, Lincoln PAL, Special Olympics and the Lions Education Foundation. The format is best two balls in foursome with handicap, and the entry deadline is Sept. 28.

For information, call Mary Sue Case at (916) 253-3925 or e-mail