Sunday's Highschool and College Results

April 22, 2013 

BASEBALL

California League

North Division

San Jose (Giants) 13 5 .722 —

Stockton (Athletics) 12 6 .667 1

Visalia (D'backs) 10 8 .556 3

Modesto (Rockies) 8 10 .444 5

Bakersfield (Reds) 5 13 .278 8

South Division

Lancaster (Astros) 11 6 .647 —

R. Ccamnga (Dodgers) 9 9 .500 2½

Inland Empire (Angels) 8 10 .444 3½

High Desert (Mariners) 8 10 .444 3½

Lake Elsinore (Padres) 5 12 .294 6

Sunday

Stockton 4, Modesto 2

Visalia 9, Lake Elsinore 7

Lancaster 6, Bakersfield 5

San Jose 8, Inland Empire 3

High Desert 8, Rancho Cucamonga 2

Today

No games scheduled

Tuesday Modesto at San Jose, 7:00 p.m.

Bakersfield at High Desert, 1:05 p.m.

Lancaster at Lake Elsinore, 6:05 p.m.

Stockton at Visalia, 7:00 p.m.

R. Cucamonga at Inland Empire, 7:05 p.m.

Ports 4, Nuts 2

Modesto 001 100 000 — 2 9 1

Stockton 010 000 03x — 4 9 2

WP — Joseph (2-0, 0.90); LP — Gonzalez, N (0-2, 9.72)

Modesto — Taylor Featherston 2-5; David Kandilas 1-4, 2B, run; Jordan Ribera 3-4, 2B, RBI; Harold Riggins 1-3, 2B, run; Timothy Smalling RBI

Stockton — Antonio Lamas 2-4, 2 RBI; Tony Thompson run; B.A Vollmuth run; Ryan Ortiz 3-4, HR, run, 2 RBI; Bobby Crocker 2-4, run

College Men

CCAA

Stanislaus 9, Academy of Art 0

Stanislaus 011 301 210 — 9 13 1

Acad. of Art 000 000 000 — 0 7 2

Rafael Vasquez (9) and Clint Brill; Nate Gercken (6), Kai Fink (8), Samm McAlear (9) and James Singzon. WP — Vasquez (2-6). LP — Gercken (1-7)

Stanislaus — Justin Charles run, RBI; Skippy Ferreria 5-6, 2 2B, 2 runs, RBI; Craig Beevers 2-4, 2B, run, 2 RBI; Brill run; Ross Gonsalves 1-2, 3B, 2 RBI; James Heller 1-4, 2B, RBI; Andy Yingling run; Klayton Miller 1-4, HR, 2 runs, RBI; Matt Chaidez 1-3, 3B, run, RBI

Academy of Art 6, Stanislaus 5 (9) (Gm 2)

Stanislaus 000 230 000 — 5 5 2

Acad. of Art 000 131 001 — 6 10 2

Jeremy McDonald (5), Pete Pendley, Danny Molieri (9) and Andrew Graves; Nicholas Boyett, Ryan Donahoe, Yoshi Uemura (9) and James Singzon. WP — Uemora (1-0). LP — Molieri (2-2)

Stanislaus (10-32) — Skippy Ferreria run; Craig Beevers 2 RBI; Graves run; Andy Yingling 1-4, HR, run, 2 RBI; Tynan Pedretti run; Matt Chaidez 2-3, 2B, run, RBI

Central Valley Conference

Merced College 4, Sequoias 2

At Blue Devil Field

Sequoias 000 010 100 — 2 5 1

Merced College 010 010 11x — 4 9 1

Leland Tilley, Russell Ortiz (8), Ryan Guajardo (8) and Tyler Newberry. Russell Longworth and Phillip Parga. WP — Longworth 5-2. LP — Tilley 6-3.

Sequoias — Ross Freeley 2-3, HR, run, RBI; Newberry 2B, RBI

Merced College — Shota Nagatomi 2-4, run; Ryan Cumberland 2 RBI; Ricky McColloch 2-3, 2B, HR, 2 runs, RBI; Garrett Boothe 2-4, RBI


TRAP SHOOTING

Local

Valley Trap League

Singles 25/25 — Rodney Erickson, Bart Beltrami, Bryan Hall, Adam Seward, Paulette Wright, Gary Garke, Phil Gordon, Jim McMahon, Tony Traini

Handicap, 50 Possible — 47 Adam Seward, Gary Garke, Phil Gordon, Steve Evans, Aaron Ewing; 46 Kathy Hutchings, Andy Alderson, Josh Dixon, Steve Lorenz, Jim Ruddy, Brad Clinkenbeard, Kenny Buchanan, Nick Evans; 45 Rick Scott, Rod Cargill

Doubles, 30 Possible — 30 Jim Ford, John Cadrett, Brad Clinkenbeard; 29 Frank Rebelo, Jim Reynolds, Larry Brush, Shane Hutchings, Andy Alderson, Jonathan Rodrigues, Marty Smith, Ron Hackworth; 28 Matt Craven, Josh Dixon, Bill Youngman, Brett Word, Tony Traini, Matt Brown

HOA, 105 Possible — 99 Andy Alderson, Gary Garke, Brad Clinkenbeard; 98 Adam Seward, Phil Gordon, 97 Josh Dixon

Team Totals — 471 Oakdale #3, 456 Blowin Wads, 454 Gallo Glass, 449 Trap Dogs, 444 Oakdale Oldtimers, 442 Straight Shooters , 441 Pigeon Plunkers, 440 Bottom Feeders, 434 Merica, 433 Buffalo Chips, 425 Oakdale #1, 422 Manteca 3, 421 Where's Weaver, 419 Hammerheads, 418 Angels Orange, 409 F.O.C. Red, 408 Lookin 4 A Win, 407 Girls With Guns, 407 Excuses, 404 Cutters Five, 403 Wad Fathers, 403 Hell Yeah, 392 The Misfits, 385 Oakdale Jr.s, 383 Under Dogs, 381 Popeye's Chicken, 374 Unknown, 363 Young Guns, 363 Shell Shock, 354 F.O.C. Purple

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