East Union 215, Kimball 300
Kimball’s golf team faced a strong East Union team Thursday at Old River Golf Course, with the Lancers taking the Valley Oak League win, 215-300. Kimball’s top golfer for the day was Lydia Nolen, who set a new low score for her team with a 45 on the par-36 course. Other scores for Kimball included a 55 for Savannah Dunniway and 59 for Chelsea Wright. East Union’s Frances Telles had the top score for the day, 41, and her teammates Jillian Goulart and Salina Tiscareno both shot 43.
St. Mary’s 273, West 294
West opened the second round of Tri-City Athletic League play with a 273-294 loss to St. Mary’s Thursday at Tracy Golf and Country Club. It puts West at 4-2 for the league season, 5-4 overall, for second place in TCAL behind the Rams.
Alice Trisri led West with a score of 44 on the par-37 course. Julia Ramirez shot 51, Emma Brackett shot 62, Ashley Gonzales 68, Kaitlyn Adams 69 and Nicole Danielson 71.
Tracy vs. Bear Creek
Tracy hosted the Bruins from Bear Creek High in a dual meet Thursday at Plasencia Fields and won at all levels. That puts both varsity teams and the freshman sophomore boys at 2-2 in the San Joaquin Athletic Association standings, and the frosh-soph girls at 1-3 in the SJAA.
Next up is the All-City Invitational with Tracy, West, Kimball and Millennium teams at Plasencia Fields on Thursday, Oct. 7. Tracy’s last SJAA dual meet is Oct. 14 at Plasencia Fields against Franklin.
Varsity girls: Tracy 15, Bear Creek 50
The Tracy team won by default as Bear Creek did not have enough runners for a full team. In the individual results, Kira Toretto was second with a time of 23:22. Other Tracy runners were: Brittany Sansoni, fourth, 24:36; Jazmin Ordonez, fifth, 25:43; Kobi Azama, eighth, 28:19; Araceli Lopez, ninth, 30:08; Login Duerksen, 10th, 30:15; Katherine Neylan, 11th, 33:44.
Varsity boys: Tracy 22, Bear Creek 34
Tracy took first, second and third to lead the field on the varsity boys competition. Time for Tracy were: Blair Hurlock, first, 17:56; Theron Carmichael, second, 18:07; Carter Duerksen, third, 18:38; Kyle Petrucelli, seventh, 20:10; Ryan Black, ninth, 21:36; Anthony Stirling, 10th, 21:44; and Akash Singh, 12th, 22:30.
Freshman-sophomore boys: Tracy 26, Bear Creek 29
Tracy runners finished just ahead of their competitors from Bear Creek on the two-mile course. Individual times were: Thomas Ridder, first, 12:02; Paul Gleason, fourth, 12:27; Sam St. Clair, fifth, 12:53; Cody Miller, seventh, 13:05; Eric Luong, ninth, 13:17; Jake Tanner, 11th, 13:29; and Brandon Tan, 13th, 13:44.
Freshman-sophomore girls: Tracy 17, Bear Creek 41
Tracy took the top four spots in the frosh-soph girls division. Tracy’s times were: Ghoncheh Azadeh, first, 15:18; Ruth Alvarez, second, 16:12; Muzghan Osmani, third, 16:41; Kyleigh McPhillips, fourth, 16:42; Haleigh Vinyard, seventh, 18:41; and Siobhan Hagerty, eighth, 19:21.
Kimball at VOL Cluster Meet
Eight Valley Oak League teams met on Wednesday at Tuolumne Regional Park in Modesto for the first of two cluster meets, where all teams compete at once and log team scores against each other.
Kimball’s girls beat five of their seven VOL opponents, with only Oakdale and Sierra finishing ahead of Kimball in the team scores. Kimball beat Lathrop, Manteca and Weston Ranch by default as those schools did not bring complete five-member teams. Kimball beat both East Union and Sonora 23-32. Sierra beat Kimball 21-38, and Oakdale beat Kimball 27-28.
The Jaguars averaged 24:09 on the 5K course. Individual times were: Michaela Loomis 21:58, Elizabeth Dawson 23:53, Anna Carrasco 24:05, Rachel Johnson 24:55, and Jemiyah Castro 25:52.
Kimball’s boys won in four of seven matchups, including a win by default over Lathrop, 18-38 over East Union, 25-30 over Oakdale, and 15-47 over Weston Ranch. Sierra beat Kimball 15-48, Sonora won 15-49 and Manteca won 25-30.
The Jaguars averaged 20:48 on the 5K course, with individual times of: Kamryn Van Allen 19:29, Jeremy Thompson 20:41, Alex Pelletier 21:02, Laurence Paulite 21:15, Greg Dawson 21:30, Devin Patel 22:30, Christian Andrews 25:41.
Kimball did not have enough runners for a team. The runners who did race on the two-mile course were Connor Coker 14:30 and Sean Rodriguez 16:49.
Tracy 4, Lodi 1
Tracy High’s tennis team claimed another win in league play at home on Thursday, beating Lodi 4-1. It puts the Lady Bulldogs at 6-0 in the San Joaquin Athletic Association, 8-1 overall.
Tracy’s number-one singles player Renata Guzman went three sets with Audrey Simon to win the match for Tracy 6-2, 2-6, 6-4; Lodi’s Anna Adams beat Michelle Kouda 6-2, 6-3; and Tracy’s Chiara Adamo beat Taylor Barajas 6-1, 6-3.
Tracy won both doubles matches, each in three sets. Rebecca Reinin and Cassidy Dolstra beat Jacque Lord and Taylor Lee 2-6, 6-3, 6-3; and Paige Johnson and Aubrey Boehm beat Mikayla Kidd and Raeni Sroufe 4-6, 6-3, 6-1.
Tracy continues league play next week in Stockton, on Tuesday at Franklin High, and Thursday at Lincoln.
Kimball 3, East Union 2
Kimball won all singles matches in straight sets Thursday at East Union High in Manteca. Winning in the singles were: Pyper Brown 6-0, 6-0, Andrea Candalla 7-5, 6-0, and Krishna Sankara 6-3, 7-6. East Union won the doubles. Scores for the Kimball players were: Perliza Delgado and Aloukika Shah 2-6, 3-6, and Kiana Amirehsani and Ally Bangayan 2-6, 5-7.
Kimball 3, Manteca 2
Kimball’s girls claimed a 3-2 Valley Oak League win on Tuesday at Manteca. The Jaguars swept the singles matches, while the doubles went to Manteca. Kimball’s singles players and their scores were: Pyper Brown 6-2, 6-2, Andrea Candalla 6-3, 6-0, Krishna Sankara 6-3, 6-2. Doubles scores for the Kimball players were: Perliza Delgado and Aloukika Shah 4-6, 3-6; and Kiana Amirehsani and Ally Bangayan 6-2, 5-7, 3-6.
Lodi 3, Tracy 0
Tracy High’s volleyball team took a 3-0 loss Thursday in Lodi in the Lady Bulldogs’ first game in the San Joaquin Athletic Association. It puts Tracy at 3-4 overall. Scores for the varsity were 25-16, 25-13, 25-5, in Lodi’s favor.
Tracy varsity coach Mahina Tankersley said that her team did well at the start of the opening game, as did the freshman and sophomore teams, who also took losses in the end.
“They started off really great and the games were close. In the middle of the games we were still in it,” she said, adding that her players knew going in that Lodi would be tough competition.
By the middle of the first set the Flames took the momentum to extend their lead. The second game was the same, but the third saw Lodi jump into the lead from the start.
Leaders for Tracy included Shannon Carey, with 15 assists. Brianna Aldridge had eight digs, and Lynsie Zellmer had five kills.
Lodi won the sophomore match 25-21, 25-6, and Lodi won the freshman match 28-26, 25-16.