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Oakmont freshman wins CVC varsity cross country race

Granite Bay soccer, water polo roll on
By: Staff reports
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Oakmont High School freshman Marisa Carino won the girls varsity race at the second Capital Valley Conference cross country meet of the season. Carino won by six seconds in a time of 18 minutes, 56 seconds.
Bella Vista won the team title with 34 points. Oakmont, which placed second with 41 points, had two other runners in the top 10 – junior Nyralee Chhotu in fifth place (19:28) and junior Grace Cambra in eighth (20:03).
The Oakmont boys finished third in a race won by Del Campo. Luis Mora was third individually in a time of 15:44.

High school golf
Oakmont 237, Bella Vista 285
– Madelin Gedeon shot a 1-over-par 37 and Blake Peterson a 3-over 39 to help the Vikings beat Bella Vista in a CVC match at Haggin Oaks.
Granite Bay 236, Rocklin 292 – Paige Lee fired a 1-under 34 at Whitney Oaks to lift the Grizzlies over the Thunder in an SFL match. Deedra Dollison shot a 45 for Granite Bay.
Woodcreek 218, Nevada Union 224 – Dana Vasko carded a 2-over 38 at Sierra Pines to lift the Timberwolves over the Miners in an SFL match. Lexi Robinson and Kimi Schenkl each shot 44 for Woodcreek.
Del Oro 238, Roseville 265 – Michaela Gobron led the Tigers with a 45 in their loss to the Golden Eagles at Sunset Whitney.

High school soccer
Granite Bay 11, Nevada Union 0
– Lucas Schorer had a hat trick, and Brenden Pettingill and Tommy Thompson scored twice each for the Grizzlies (18-0-2, 6-0 SFL). Granite Bay has scored 117 goals and allowed nine this season.
Roseville 1, Woodcreek 0 – Giovanni Reader scored the only goal in Roseville’s victory over Woodcreek (5-7-5, 1-3-2 SFL).
Christian Brothers 3, Oakmont 2 – Brett Alexander and Brendan Dolan scored for the Vikings (3-9-1, 1-6 CVC) in their loss to the Falcons in Sacramento.
Oakmont 6, Casa Roble 3 – Brett Alexander scored one of host Oakmont’s three goals in the second half and totaled four assists as the Vikings overcame a hat trick by Casa Roble’s James O’Neal. Alexander assisted on Conner Payne’s go-ahead goal before the end of the first half. Brendan Dolan and David Harper also scored in the second half. Travis McAuley and Chris Dale scored in the first half, McAuley on a corner kick finish and Dale on a crossing finish.

High school volleyball
Del Oro 3, Roseville 1
– The host Tigers (7-5, 1-3 SFL) came back in the second game and held off several match points before falling to the Golden Eagles 20-25, 31-29, 29-27, 31-29.
“We certainly had our chances,” Roseville coach Ron Grove said in an e-mail. “We just could not make the play to put the match away.”
Abbey Wade led Roseville with 18 kills, and Amanda Susbilla made some spectacular saves on defense. Passers Jessica Richardson (32 digs) and Allison Campbell (22 digs) played well in the back row, and Campbell led the Tigers with five aces. Simone Durham had 14 kills and four aces, Stephanie Blumm had 13 kills, and Hilary Coy had 29 digs.

High school boys water polo
Granite Bay 19, Woodcreek 5
– Robby Cunha scored five goals and Max Vigeant four as the Grizzlies (21-3, 8-0 SFL) bombed the Timberwolves. Andrew Murch had three goals and four steals for Granite Bay.
Woodcreek 11, Roseville 9 – Brandon Bridges had three goals and three steals for the visiting Tigers (11-15, 2-6 SFL) in their loss to the Timberwolves. Brandon Faddis had two goals and three steals, and Andrew Sapp had four steals and 24 saves.

High school girls water polo
Granite Bay 12, Rocklin 3
– The Grizzlies used five scorers to beat the host Thunder. Senior Jessica Hamby and freshman Grace Reego each scored four goals. Rebecca Schmidt scored two and Amanda Wirth and Alison Hamby one each. Granite Bay goalie Jessica Northam had seven saves.

High school tennis
Christian Brothers 9, Oakmont 0
– The Vikings (4-3 CVC) again fell to the Falcons by the same margin, but two doubles teams went to three sets and another duo lost 7-5, 7-5.
“I am very pleased with our progress in the second half. Our opponent is just a good team all the way through the lineup,” coach Kevin Chorjel said.

College volleyball
William Jessup 3, Menlo 0
– The Lady Warriors (5-15, 4-0 CalPac) committed just seven errors on 102 attacks and swept Menlo (5-12, 2-2) 25-19, 26-24, 25-10 in Atherton. Geanna Foster of Roseville led Jessup with nine kills, and she had 10 digs. Brittany Malone had seven kills and Hannah Baldwin and Kaitlin Halterman six each. Molly Collins and Cameo Lommori had 13 digs each, and Morgan Sanders had 26 assists. Jessup had 27 blocks.

Hole in one
Bill Wampler scored a hole in one Wednesday on the 109-yard eighth at Woodcreek Golf Club. He used a gap wedge.