Friday's Modesto area college and high school results

November 2, 2013 

Soccer

College Men

CCAA

Stanislaus 2, Humboldt State 1

At Turlock

Stanislaus — Goals: Christian Madrigal, Jose Ramirez. Assists: Lino Maldonado, Willie Gomez and Christian Madrigal. Goalie — Saves: Clint Long 9.

Humbolt State — Goals: Zach Hammond. Goalie — Saves: Ryan Ades 4.

College Women

CCAA

#6 Stanislaus 2, Humboldt St. 0

At Turlock

Stanislaus (15-0-2 overall, 13-0-2 CCAA) — Goals: Emily Relles, Katelyn Nebesnick. Assists: Karenee Demery. Goalie — Saves: Chelsea Lewandowski 1.

Humboldt — Goalie — Saves: Kelly Lukas 4.


Basketball

College Men

Exhibition

Fresno State 76, Stanislaus 71

At Fresno

Stanislaus — Rob Walters 16, Chris Read 13, Wes Bartole 9, Tyler Barber 9, Sam Marcus 8, Shey Mataele 7, Clinton Tremelling 5, Taylor Bell 4

Fresno State — Tyler Johnson 23, Marvelle Harris 23, Allen Huddleston 16, Emmanuel Owootoah 5, Paul Watson 5, Karachi Edo 2, Kyle Jackson 2


Golf

Local

Escalon Lady Chippers

First Flight — Merry Roche 41-13-28, Blance Maguire 35-6-29. Low Gross — Marilyn McRitchie 31.

Second Flight — Charlene Kane 41-14-27, Diane Stephens 43-15-28. Low Gross — Florence Velthoen 40

Third Flight — Mary Alice Metzler 46-17-29, Jennifer Brennan 50-19-31.

Low Gross — Bailey Anderson 43

Eagel — Marilyn McRitchie 1.

Birdies — Florence Velthoen 1, Marilyn McRitchie 1.

Chip-ins — Marilyn McRitchie 1, Blanche Maguire 1.


Volleyball

High School

Central California Conference

Merced 3, Turlock 0

(25-18, 25-9, 25-11)

Merced (9-5 CCC) — Kills: Kayley Hitt 9, Vanesa Serna 8. Digs: Rheanne Lewis 28. Assists: Erika Beaudry 27. Blocks: Sam Roberts 4.

Turlock (3-11 CCC) — Kills: Natalie Santos 4, Nicolette Santos 4, Katie Green 3. Digs: Cayla Donahue 7, Delaney Reyes 7, Lauren Clark 5, Courtney Crivelli 5. Assists: Courtney Crivelli 6, Madison Mayol 5.

JV: Turlock 3, Merced 1

Frosh: Turlock 3, Merced 1

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