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Roseville bowler Hulsenberg wins Pan Am crown with U.S. team

By: Roseville Press Tribune Staff Reports
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Leanne Hulsenberg of Roseville was a member of the record-breaking United States women’s team that won the gold medal at the Pan American Bowling Confederation Adult Championships last week in Henderson, Nev.

Hulsenberg and the United States women broke the tournament record with a six-game total of 6,713. The U.S. defeated Mexico by 256 pins.

The U.S. men’s team also won the gold with a 6,687 total. Mexico earned silver, 194 pins behind.

Granite Bay grad gets preseason honor

Senior running back Brad Crisanty was one of four University of Redlands players named to the 20th annual USA Football News College Football Division III preseason West Region All-Star Team.

Crisanty, a Granite Bay High School graduate, was named to the All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference second team last season, when he rushed for 510 yards and four touchdowns and averaged 5.9 yards per carry.

Roseville Taekwondo students earn medals

Eight students from Robinson’s Taekwondo in Roseville earned medals at the fourth annual Sacramento Technical Poomsae Championship on Aug. 18 at Mather Sports Complex.

Jude Raya, 13, and Lana Noval, 10, each won individual gold and a silver in pair. Julienne Lalog, 10, won individual gold and a bronze in pair, and Luke Raya, 10, was awarded individual silver and a bronze in pair.

Individual silver medalists were Swadhi Sathish-Kumar, 8, and Artie Fisher, 5. Lexy Fisher, 5, earned individual bronze.

Winning team gold were Artie, Lexy and Alex Fisher, Jude and Luke Raya and Lana Noval.

Lord’s Gym boxer wins in Sacramento

Mario Monarrez, fighting at 158 pounds out of Lord’s Gym in Roseville, defeated Darren Mallard (18-2) of Caballero Boxing Club of Elk Grove on a 15-bout boxing card held Aug. 18 at Rosa Parks Middle School in South Sacramento.

Sacramento boxing legends Tony “The Tiger” Lopez and Loreto Garza attended the event.

Roseville grad now at UC Riverside

Adaugo Ukaegbu, a 2012 Roseville graduate, is now playing tennis at UC Riverside.

Ukaegbu, a former co-captain and team MVP, was the Sac-Joaquin Section singles runner-up in 2010 and a doubles finalist last fall with partner Bianca Luna.

Hole in one

Felipe Ortega used a 9-iron to ace the 103-yard 17th hole at Woodcreek Golf Club on Aug. 24.