Roseville tennis stays hot in SFL opener
The No. 3 doubles team of Shelby Harrison and Dzeneta Delic won their varsity debut in straight sets, and Roseville High School opened Sierra Football League play with a 7-2 victory over Woodcreek on Tuesday at Sierra View Country Club.
The No. 1 doubles duo of Sam Brainard and Lindsay Springsteen came back to beat Jillian Ebrahimi and Kala Goin of Woodcreek 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, and Nicole Trezza and Alison Busch won 6-1, 6-0 for Roseville (9-1, 1-0 SFL).
Roseville No. 1 singles player Bianca Luna won 6-0, 6-0, No. 3 Janet Rowe and No. 5 Rachel Beacham won in straight sets, and No. 6 Bridget Knudsen won in three sets.
Winning for Woodcreek were No. 2 singles player Dani Arendain in straight sets and No. 4 Christina Esquivel in three sets.
Oakmont 8, Casa Roble 1 — The Vikings (3-2 overall) opened Capital Valley Conference play with a big victory over the Rams.
Bear River 3, Roseville 0 — Leslie Pease had a team-high 10 kills, Jennifer Simon had eight kills and a team-leading five blocks, and passing specialist Amanda Susbilla had 10 digs for the Tigers in their 25-22, 25-17, 25-21 loss at Bear River. Kirsten Merlino had five kills for Roseville.
We need to generate more offense and more kills, especially on our first ball we get,” coach Ron Grove said. “We have spurts where we lose bunches of points and then have to dig out of the hole, and it becomes a big challenge.”
Girls water polo
Granite Bay 7, Nevada Union 6 — Sophomore Grace Reego scored six goals in nine attempts, and junior goalie Sara Northam blocked 10 shots to lift the Grizzlies (5-5, 2-2 SFL) over the Miners. Junior Hayley McAvoy scored Granite Bay’s other goal. Megan Klingler had three assists and Jolie Rogers one.
On defense, Reego had three steals, McAvoy and Juliana Rowe each had two, and Klingler, Northam, Natalie Sekigawa and Lia Patrinellis had one each.