Friday’s Modesto area high school and college results

January 31, 2014 

Basketball

College Men

CCAA

Stanislaus 66, San Francisco St. 61

San Francisco St. (9-7, 7-6) – Otiono 20, Perdomo 10, Osakue 8, Fearn 8, Brown 8, Overton 4, Tatum 3, Edwards 1. Totals 19-54 13-21 61.

Stanislaus (12-5, 8-5) – Walters 10, Bell 9, Mataele 6, Read 5, Tremellling 4, Barber 2, Marcus 2, Bell 1. Totals 22-49 16-27 66.

Halftime – Stanislaus 34-29. 3-point goals – SF 10 (Otiono 4, Brown 2, Perdomo 2, Tatum, Osakue). Stanislaus 6-13 (Tremelling, Carlson 2, Marcus). Rebounds – SF 33 (Osakue 10), Stanislaus 39 (Walters 10).

College Women

CCAA

San Francisco St. 82, Stanislaus 80

San Francisco St. (11-8, 7-6 CCAA) — Katie Batlin 24, Angela Van Sickel 16, Michelle Sutton 12, Lauren Varney 12, Jennifer Le 11, Leticia Galarza 4, Kristian Juarez 2, Brianna Harden 1. Totals: (31-69, 16-30) 82.

Stanislaus (10-7, 7-6 CCAA) — Jasmine Washington 24, Ana Burch 16, Lauren Godde 12, Cassidie Sanders-Curry 7, Erin Godde 6, Riley Holladay 6, Briana Cotton 5, Taylor Faucett 2, Katie Staack 2. Totals: (30-65, 15-22) 80.

Halftime — San Francisco St. 32-27. 3-Pt Goals — San Francisco St. 4 (Van Sickel 2, Le, Sutton), Stanislaus 5 (E. Godde 2, Washington 2, Burch). Rebounds — San Francisco St. 35 (Batlin 10), Stanislaus 42 (L. Godde 15). Assists — San Francisco St. 14 (Batlin 4), Stanislaus 18 (Burch 6). Total fouls — San Francisco St. 21, Stanislaus 23. Fouled Out — Cotton. Technicals – Van Sickel.

Junior College Men

Big 8

Santa Rosa 94, Modesto JC 70

Modesto (11-12, 4-4) – Eric Melgar 8, Edwin Castellanos 16, Julius Dixon 5, Joel Ruble 4, Blake Terry 2, Josh Allen 10, Anthony Hubbard 4, Evan Grimes 17, Joe Crank 4. Totals 25 11-17 - 70

Santa Rosa (13-8, 6-2) – Davone Oliver 16, Matthew Hayes 19, Alex Kobre 23, Kai Drewry 10, Brian Johnson 15, Corey Hammell 5, Luke Cocheran 6. Totals 30 20-25 94.

Halftime – 52-31. 3-point goals – MJC 9 (Castellanos 4, Grimes 3, Melgar 2). Santa Rosa 14 (Kobre 5, Hayes 5, Oliver 2, Drewry 2).

Junior College Women

Big 8

Santa Rosa 65, Modesto JC 44

Modesto (6-13, 0-8 Big 8) — Brei Castilleja 14, Bri McGinness 8, Adalyn Garza 6, Michelle Bibbs 6, Janel Ortega 3, Kaitlin Dadalt 3, Aaliyah Monroe 2, Kezia Merkerson 2. Total 20 3-8 44.

Santa Rosa (16-7, 8-0) — Madison Sowards 19, Gretchen Harrigan 11, Erin Skinner 8, Stephanie Sack 7, Ali Romano 6, Brittney Rachuy 6, Amber Hart 5, Sarah Arteseros 2, Alicia Mehtlan 1. Totals 25 7-12 65.

Halftime — Santa Rosa 27-10. 3-Point Goals — MJC 1 (Castilleja), Santa Rosa 8 (Sowards 3, Romano 2, Rachuy 2, Sack).

High School Boys

Modesto Metro Conference

Beyer 54, Enochs 47

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Beyer — Donovan Galloway 11, Jake Polack 12, George Dareer 11, Jason Perry 2, Julian Orozco 13, Jordan Lopez 3, Brent Wickstrom 2

Enochs — Alex Strizu 1, CJ Jimmy 8, Matthew Page 15, Anthony Rubio 4, Spencer Wilcox 2, Jared Smith 3, Aurwinder Sangha 12, Joe Blair 2

3-point goals – Beyer 7 (Galloway 2, Polack 2, Dareer, Orozco 2), Enochs 2 (Jimmy, Page)

JV – Enochs won. Freshman – Beyer won.

Gregori 81, Modesto 68

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Modesto – Martinez 35, Tonga 9, Gallo 4, Silva 9, Nichols 3, Cardenas 5.

Gregori – Nuttall 28, Stewart 6, Limas 5, Janitz 9, Evins 18, Badillo 6, Vargas 3, McClellan 6.

JV – Gregori 50-35. Freshman – Gregori won.

Central California Conference

GOLDEN VALLEY 65, TURLOCK 54

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TURLOCK (15-7, 4-2 CCC) – Devan Baines 10, Sean Downs 5, Demsen McFaddin 14, Kenny Fraser 19, Travis Cook 6. Totals: 17 17-20 54.

GOLDEN VALLEY (18-5, 5-1) – Josh Sykes 17, Damian Jimenez 3, Evan Stillahn 20, Ben Fletcher 2, Devon Powell 8, Christian Carroll 15. Totals: 22 19-26 65.

3-Point Goals – Turlock 3 (McFaddin 2, Fraser 1), Golden Valley 2 (Powell 2). Team Fouls – Turlock 18, Golden Valley 21. JV – Turlock won 55-41.

BUHACH COLONY 64, PITMAN 57

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PITMAN (2-4 CCC) – Cyle Williams 22, Branson Garcia 17, Gurvinder Uppal 7, Aaron Mayfield 8, Alejandro Diaz 1, Micah Millentree 2. Totals: 20 8-14 57.

BUHACH COLONY (1-5 CCC) – Kevin Walejko 4, Zach Silva 2, Jake Walejko 2, Kory Wood 7, John Zaragoza 18, Kaden Verdin 31. Totals: 24 13-17 64.

3-Point Goals – Pitman 9 (Williams 6, Garcia 1, Uppal 1, Mayfield 1), BC 3 (Wood 1, Zaragoza 1, Verdin 1). Team Fouls – Pitman 19, BC 12. JV – Buhach Colony won. Frosh – Buhach Colony won.

Valley Oak League

Sierra 61, Weston Ranch 59

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W. Ranch (6-3) — Gonzales 5, Ragsdale 19, Dilg 7, Swanson 15, Tauga 1, Delininla 5, Moton 2, Gordon 5. Totals: 21 9-17 71.

Sierra (16-5, 9-0) — Jacob Gallagher 3, Daniel Wyatt 7, Devin Nunez 11, Bryson Sanders 5, Hunter Johnson 18, Joshua Patton 14, Jonnythan Mumkholm 2. 19 19-23

3-Pt Goals — WR 8 (Swanson 5, Dilg, Ragsdale, Gonzales). Sierra 4 (Gallagher, Wyatt, Nunez, Johnson).

JV – Sierra won. Freshman – Sierra won.

Western Athletic Conference

Central Catholic 71, Los Banos 28

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Central Catholic — Jonathan Boddie 16, Jourdan Johnson 12, Dylan Morrison 3, Joe Hamilton 10, Ethan Eads 9, Drew Loya 7, Peter Hamilton 11, Jared Rice 2. Totals: (29, 7-9) 71.

Los Banos — Daniel Aguirre 10, Mike Jones 3, Alec Barcellos 2, Jesse Hernandez 4, Brevin Welch 3, Justin Delgado 5, Kelvin Chemparathy 1. Totals: (9, 5-8) 28.

3-Pt Goals — Central (Johnson 2, Morrison, Loya, P. Hamilton), Los Banos (Aguirre 2, Jones, Welch, Delgado). Rebounds — Central 43, Los Banos 19. Team fouls — Central 8, Los Banos 10. Fouled Out — None.

Trans-Valley League

Modesto Christian 94, Orestimba 28

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Orestimba — Tanner Pruett 2, Devin Perry 5, Blain Ball 2, Rubin Negrete 4, David Spaulding 3, Christian Sosa 5, Max Sciarini 6

Modesto Christian — Mason Washington 16, Keoni Sablan 21,Christian Ellis 10, Omon Edobor 6, Kevin Hamlet 8, Jeff Wu 3, Anthony Brooks 3, Nate Claxton 3, Leandro Amador 8, Anthony Townes 16

3-Point Goals – Hilmar 1 (Sosa), MC 14 (Washington 3, Sablan 6, Ellis 1, Edobor 2, Wu 1, Claxton 1).

JV — Modesto Christian 101-45.

Southern League

Waterford 51, Denair 42

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Denair – Dominye Silva 7, Chase Vann 2, Isaac Starks 6, Trey Howze 8, Tristan Lima 8, Salvador De La Cruz 11

Waterford – Heriberto De Los Santos 2, Devin Barber 19, Dante Taylor 8, Ryan Cherry 2, Johnny Becerra 3, Charles Shepherd 3, Evan Goeken 14

3-point goals – Denair 5 (Starks 2, Lima 2, De La Cruz 1). Waterford – 4 (Barber 2, Taylor 2)

High School Girls

Late Thursday Results

Gregori 58, Modesto 25

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Modesto – Leslie Vega 2, Devin Isaccson 10, Jackie Caucho 3, Haley Isaccson 6, Camille Chang 2, Jasmine Gil 2

Gregori – Breanna Swan 4, Leslie Lange 9, A'kia Buford-Roland 2, Teigan MacDonald 5, Kathy Rosales 6, Stephanie Hermosillo 1, Grace Patterson7, Destinee Elgen, 6, Melina Bobodilla 5, Ashley 3, Emilee Vandyke 10

3-point goals – Gregori 3 (Swan, Patterson, Bobodilla). Fouled out – D. Isaccson, H. Isaccson

Other Scores

Bret Harte 61, Linden 50

Baseball

Colleges

MJC 12, DeAnza 3

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Yovanovich, Kaufmann (4), Armstrong (7). Machado, Denholm (5), DeBries (8), Yabarra (9). WP – Denholm (1-0). LP – Yovanovich. MJC (2-0) – Franceschetti 3-4 (3 RBIs, 2B), Bettencourt 3-5, Pangilinan 2-2 (2B, RBI, 2 runs), Cline 2-5, Mulry 1-2 (2 runs). DeAnza (0-1) – Lang 2-4.

Golf

Local Women

Escalon Lady Chippers

First Flight — Merry Roche 43-13-30, Margie Lopes 44-13-31, Blanche Maguire 38-6-32. Second Flight — Sylvia Nimphius 46-15-31. Third Flight — Monica Gonzales 41-17-24, Susan Neubaum 45-18-27, Pam Richichi 47-19-28. Birdies — Phyliss Kennedy, Di Schaber

Spring Creek CC

First Flight — Low Gross: Patty Davis 87. Low Net: Patti Rodrick 74, Shelly Zeff 76, Karina Ilardi 77. Second Flight — Low Gross: Carol Blumberg 104, Low Net: Karen Cardoza 76, Karen Rake 79.

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