Woodcreek cross country is seventh in Clovis
Woodcreek High School competed in the girls championship race at the Clovis Invitational cross country meet Saturday and finished seventh out of 21 schools.
“Very happy with results,” coach Terri McKillop said in an e-mail.
Sophomore Karina Nunez finished 29th in the field of 147 runners in 19 minutes, 7 seconds. Also for the Timberwolves, junior Samantha Gomez was 39th (19:22), sophomore Brooke O’Brien 41st (19:25), junior Ciarra Donnelly 53rd (19:39), junior McCall Habermehl 75th (19:58), senior Ashley DeVriend 90th (20:14) and senior Janice Mallery 123rd (21:34).
The Woodcreek boys were seventh out of 25 schools in Division II. Six of Woodcreek’s seven runners finished in under 17 minutes: junior Brandon Biando in 27th in 16:25, junior Hunter Tyler in 29th (16:26), sophomore Jon Horvath in 43rd (16:34), senior Angelo Ciaraglia in 62nd (16:53), sophomore Sam Devereux in 64th (16:54) and freshman Taylor Guinnip in 66th (16:57) in a field of 177.
Oakmont finished 11th out of 26 teams in the Division II girls race. Freshman Marisa Carino led the way by finishing fifth for the Vikings in 19:07. Junior Nyralee Chhotu was 28th (19:50), junior Georgia Cambra 73rd (20:44), junior Grace Cambra 79th (20:48), sophomore Erin Deiotte 94th (21:06) and freshman Allison Haack 98th (21:10).
High school soccer
Granite Bay 4, Roseville 0 – Tommy Thompson scored three goals for the Grizzlies (17-0-2, 4-0-1 SFL) in their win over the Tigers. Cody Giddings assisted on Thompson’s goal in the 17th minute, and Connor Hallisey assisted on the second goal. Lucas Schorer anchored the Granite Bay defense, which has allowed eight goals in 19 matches.
Del Oro 2, Woodcreek 1 – The host Golden Eagles took the lead on a 25-yard shot about two minutes after the Timberwolves (5-6-5, 1-2-2 SFL) tied the game on Cody Meza’s goal in a bottom corner of the net. Woodcreek made several passes before Tyler Crandall assisted Meza.
Disco Divas 1, Keiki Kickers 0 – Annika Gresko and Megan Huber played well in goal for the Kickers, and Summer Frank did a good job clearing the ball.
Mighty Lions 3, Eureka Butterflies 0 – Jordan Gotham scored two goals and Paloma Garcia scored one as the Mighty Lions won their fifth consecutive game. Delaney Whitesides and Isabelle Hanson made great plays for the Mighty Lions.