Oakmont water polo moves into first place in CVC
Oakmont High School avenged a loss to Christian Brothers and moved into first place in the Capital Valley Conference with a 7-3 water polo victory over the Falcons on Thursday at the Sam Pannel Aquatics Center in Sacramento.
The Vikings (14-8, 6-1 CVC) erased a 2-0 deficit as Taylor Nordell scored from the center 2-meter position and Drew Wixon scored twice on outside shots. Oakmont held CBS scoreless in the second quarter.
Nordell and Wixon each scored three goals, and Nate Welch scored to help Oakmont take a 6-3 lead into the final period. Welch assisted on Nordell’s final goal with one minute remaining. Goalie Greg Mattos had 10 blocks.
CBS and Bella Vista are tied for second place in the CVC at 5-2. Oakmont plays at Bella Vista on Oct. 21.
Granite Bay 13, Del Oro 4 – The Grizzlies (20-3, 7-0 SFL) led 12-1 at halftime in their win over the Golden Eagles. Elliot Adams and Derek McKeon led Granite Bay with three goals apiece, and Ryan McCallister and Mitchell Kobayashi scored two each. McCallister also had three assists, and Max Vigeant and Will Lewis each had a goal and an assist. Nathan Pinkney scored the other goal for Granite Bay.
Nevada Union 14, Roseville 12 – Brandon Bridges, Brandon Faddis and Tyler Roach scored three goals apiece and Chris Lewis two for the Tigers (10-15, 1-6 SFL) in their road loss to the Miners. Roseville totaled 21 steals, including six by Bridges, five by Evan Nazaroff and three each by Roach and Andrew Sapp.
Del Oro 14, Roseville 11 – The Tigers were outscored 3-0 in the first overtime period and lost to the Golden Eagles. Brandon Bridges had six goals and five steals for Roseville, and Tyler Roach scored three goals. Andrew Sapp had five steals and made 27 saves in goal for the Tigers. Evan Nazaroff and Brad Conner scored the other Roseville goals.
High school volleyball
Granite Bay 3, Del Oro 1 – Sheralyn Johnson had 13 kills and freshman Maddy Deters had 12 kills as the host Grizzlies (15-7, 2-1 SFL) beat the Golden Eagles (21-3, 1-2 SFL) 25-14, 22-25, 25-21, 25-16. Kait Crider had 16 digs and served six aces for Granite Bay.
Oakmont 3, Casa Roble 0 – Katie Carte and Sophi Lozano hammered away from the outside to lead Oakmont to a 25-17, 25-21, 25-21 victory over Casa Roble in a Capital Valley Conference opener in Orangevale.
Carte had nine kills and Lozano seven for the Vikings. Brennah Gladwill had 15 assists and six digs for the Vikings, Lyndsie Moore had five kills and four aces, Jenn Diver had 10 digs, and Sabrina Ali had three solo blocks.
“We played as a team and came out on fire. Nothing was stopping these girls,” coach Rachael Conway said. “We were putting the ball down and picking up their hits, not letting anything hit the ground. This is the intensity and drive we need going into our new league.”
Nevada Union 3, Roseville 1 – The Tigers (7-4, 1-2 SFL) were inconsistent in their attack and fell to the visiting Miners 25-22, 25-19, 19-25, 25-22. Alicea Coy came off the bench in the second game and sparked the offense with aggressive setting, and Allison Campbell had six kills and made several athletic plays in various spots on the floor. Abbey Wade had 11 kills, Jessica Richardson 10 kills, Simone Durham eight kills and three stuff blocks, and Kelsey Roland six kills for Roseville.
Rocklin 3, Roseville 1 – The Tigers came back to win the first game but fell to the host Thunder 24-26, 25-23, 25-18, 25-23. Jessica Richardson had 23 digs and Hilary Coy 17 to lead a defense that kept Roseville in the match. Allison Campbell had 12 digs and three aces for the Tigers, Stephanie Blumm had eight blocks and Simone Durham seven blocks. Amanda Susbilla sparked the defense with several good plays in the second game.
High school soccer
Granite Bay 1, Rocklin 1 – Connor Hallisey dribbled into the box after taking a pass from Cody Giddings and shot the ball into the far corner of the net in the 38th minute to give the Grizzlies the lead over the host Thunder. Brady Nations led the Granite Bay defense. Seth Casiple scored for Rocklin near the end of the first half.
Woodcreek 4, Nevada Union 0 – The Timberwolves (5-5-5, 1-1-2 SFL) just missed a goal in the second minute but took a 1-0 lead in the 11th minute when the ball was centered from Jordan Peak and deflected into the net by Dustin Dematteo. Tyler Crandall scored the second goal when he split two defenders and beat the goalkeeper with a low shot. Dematteo and Crandall scored two goals each, and Dematteo assisted on Crandall’s second goal, a one-touch shot. The defense of Josh Taggard, Craig Nashita, Josh Nunes and others helped Casey Cram record his second SFL shutout.
High school golf
SFL Tournament No. 1 – Paige Lee of Granite Bay shot a 2-under-par 71 for the medallist honor, and Dana Vasko of Woodcreek was second at 4-over 77 in the first league tournament of the season at Diamond Oaks.
Nevada Union won the team competition with a score of 433, 19 strokes better than Woodcreek. Granite Bay was third at 454 and Roseville fifth at 471.
Michaela Gobron led Roseville with an 83, sixth individually, and Lexi Robinson was ninth with an 88. Granite Bay freshman Deedra Dollison tied for 10th with an 89.
Roseville 245, Rocklin 270 – Michaela Gobron and Virgie Velazquez each shot a 47 as the Tigers defeated the Thunder at Sierra View.
Woodcreek splits SFL matches – Woodcreek lost to Del Oro 231-254 and defeated Roseville 241-244. Dana Vasko led the Timberwolves with a 3-over 38 against Del Oro at Sunset Whitney and an even-par 36 against Roseville at Sierra Pines. Brianna Areia shot two 49s for Woodcreek. Michaela Gobron led Roseville with a 39, and Virgie Velazquez had a 46.
High school tennis
Oakmont 8, Casa Roble 1 – The Vikings’ improving doubles play helped them move to 4-2 in the CVC.
Oakmont 8, Rio Linda 1 – The Vikings played their usual consistent game and beat the young Knights easily.
College women’s soccer
William Jessup 17, Mills 0 – The Lady Warriors (5-3-1, 2-0 CalPac) set a school record for goals in a game in their rout of Mills, breaking the old record of 11 set against Mills in 2008. The margin of victory also was the largest in school history. Jessup led 9-0 at halftime and broke another school record with 33 shots on goal. The old record was 31, also set against Mills in 2008. Rachel Constantini, Hekla Goodman and Lindsey Cesena each scored two goals for the Lady Warriors, and Alyssa Wimmer had a goal and three assists. Perla Aguliar scored 59 seconds into the match, and the rout was on.
William Jessup 4, California Maritime Academy 2 – Jose Ramirez, Jay Weislogel and Ricky Ward each had a goal and an assist for the host Warriors in their win. Uriel Moreno also scored and James Phillips had an assist.
Sierra 6, Sacramento City 0 – Cyanna Hoover put the ball across the face of the goal and into the stride of Amanda McGrew, whose one-touch shot hit the back of the net and highlighted the Wolverines’ (6-2-2, 2-1-1 Big 8) victory over the Panthers (2-7-1, 0-3). Hoover had three assists and a goal, and McGrew scored two goals.