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Woodcreek strikes against Granite Bay in soccer

Oakmont comes up big again in track and field
By: Roseville Press Tribune Staff Reports
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Lauren Hayano scored in the first half and Kristin Womack scored late as Woodcreek High School defeated Granite Bay 2-0 in a Sierra Foothill League soccer match Friday night at Woodcreek.

The victory kept the Timberwolves (9-2-5 overall, 3-1-3 SFL) on the heels of league-leading Del Oro (7-0-4, 4-0-3). Woodcreek was scheduled to play Rocklin on Tuesday, and Del Oro visits Granite Bay (6-4-2, 3-3-1) today.

It was the seventh goal of the season for Hayano and the third for Womack. Meanwhile, the Timberwolves registered their ninth shutout, and it was the second for freshman Samantha Clark.

Coach Mark Bowman said Woodcreek made the correct runs at the right times.

“We stuck to our game plan, which opened room for our strikers,” he said. “We found some holes, and we jumped in them and scored off them.”

Roseville 4, Rocklin 0 — Chanisse Hendrix and Amanda Susbilla had a goal and an assist apiece for the Tigers (14-2-2, 3-2-2) in their win over the Thunder (10-4-3, 1-2-3).

Boys lacrosse

Woodcreek 7, Orangevale 6 — The host Timberwolves (6-3) scored three goals in the final three minutes to rally past the Ram on Saturday night for their third win in a row.

Woodcreek intercepted a pass from Orangevale’s goalie at midfield and scored the tying goal on a long shot into an empty net. Sutter Choisser scored the winner with nine seconds left.

Choisser, Nick Franze, Dylan Vondrachek, Nick Tiche, David Edgar and Skyler Rader led a defensive charge that shut down Orangevale.

Softball

Roseville 4, Granite Bay 2 — The Tigers (12-6-1, 5-4) scored once in the top of the sixth and three times in the seventh for a comeback victory over the host Grizzlies (7-8, 3-6).

Taylor McDowell and Kayla Fields drove in two runs each for Roseville, and Mackensie Priley scored two runs.

Claire Ellinwood went 3 for 3, scored a run and drove in a run for Granite Bay, and Gia France went 2 for 3 with an RBI.

Valley Christian drops three — The Lady Lions lost to Lodi-Elliot Christian 21-2, San Lorenzo-Redwood Christian 8-5 and Modesto-Big Valley Christian 15-6 in the Elliot Christian Tournament.

Cassidy Bowen went 3 for 3 and Hannah Heckman had two hits against Big Valley. Both are freshmen.

Track and field

Glenn Poole Invitational — Junior Katie Carte won the 200 (27.08 seconds) and the triple jump (33 feet, 7 inches) and placed second in the 100 (13.4) to highlight a big day for host Oakmont.

Oakmont senior Cheyenne Amaro won the 100 hurdles (17.35) and was second in the 300 hurdles (51.52). Other winners for the Vikings were Brie Shea in the high jump (5-10), Leah Selby in the pole vault (9-0), freshman Molly Berg in the long jump (14-8¾) and, for the boys, Montana Weekes in the 110 hurdles (15.49).

Oakmont’s Garcia wins 3,200 — Oakmont junior Karlie Garcia won the 3,200-meter race by nearly 30 seconds at the Woody Wilson Invitational in Davis.
Garcia was timed in 10:40.99. Runner-up Mackenzie Mills of Napa-Vintage finished in 11:10.11.

Boys volleyball

Granite Bay sixth at Bellarmine — The Grizzlies, ranked 18th in the nation, went 4-2 at the Bellarmine Invitational in San Jose last weekend.

Granite Bay defeated Monterey 2-0 and Cathedral 2-0 on Friday and started Saturday matches with a 2-0 victory over Jesuit. The Grizzlies then lost to Concord-De La Salle 2-0 in the quarterfinals.

Granite Bay beat Rocklin 2-0 but lost to Mountain View 2-1 in the Silver bracket final.

Carson Odegard led the Grizzlies with his all-around play, Bryan Berry with his hitting and blocking and Jacob Ball with his serving.

“Overall, a good weekend of volleyball,” Granite Bay coach Bruce Honberger said. “Hopefully, we can learn from our mistakes and come back stronger.”