Related Content

Nikki Hiltz of Aptos High’s track team set a new Central Coast Section season mark in the 800-meter race at the Bill Kearney Invitational at Hartnell College on Saturday.

Hiltz’s time of 2 minutes, 14 seconds got her the win. Teammate Teresan Vinson won the pole vault with a height of 10 feet, 8 inches, and Christine Ueberrhein won the long jump [15-10].

San Lorenzo Valley’s Anna Maxwell won the 1600 with a personal record at the Bill Kearney Invitational.

Maxwell clocked in at 4:57.20 — the second-fastest time in CCS this season.

Linda Plascencia won three individual events — the long jump [16-10½], the high jump [5-0] and the triple jump [33-1], and she teamed with Sonya Cervantes, Brianna Cueva, and Yvette Olivarez to win the 400 relay [53.60] as Watsonville beat Monte Vista Christian 74-62 in an Monterey Bay League meet Friday.

Janet Ledesma competed in the 800, 1,600, 3,200 and 1,600 relay to help the Wildcatz seal the win.

The Wildcatz’s Brianna Cueva solidified her ranking in CCS by improving her throw in the discus to 121-2. She also won the shot put [30-8].

Maria Magallon won the 300 low hurdles [53.96] and tied with Sara Benavidez for first in the pole vault [7-0].

Aptos’ Sean Goetzl won both hurdles events at the Bill Kearney Invitational.

Goetzl set a school record in the 300 hurdles at 39.50 and claimed the 110 hurdles in 15:06. He also helped the 4×100 team earn second place in 44.74.

Watsonville’s Lamar Cowans won the 100 [11.58] and 200 [23.57], but the Wildcatz [2-1] lost to MVC 69-61 on Friday in a MBL meet.

David Knight won the 800 [2:08.70] and teammate Edgar Garcia took second [2:13.12].

Garcia bounced back to win the 1,600 [4:49.31], while Knight took second [4:54.45].

Watsonville’s Rene Siqueiros won the 3,200 [10:18.39].

SLV’s Cody Johnson won the 800 at the Bill Kearney Invitational.

Johnson registered a time of 1:56.98 to win the event.

Haley Robinson went 5-for-11 over three games as Scotts Valley went 2-1 in the Watsonville Tournament.

The Falcons beat Carmel 7-3 and SLV 5-3 but lost to North Monterey County 8-4.

Robinson scored three runs and Nicole Whitney had a solo home run on the day. Jordan Rogers picked up a win on the mound and went 2-for-6 at the plate and Danica Houseman earned the other win.

Scotts Valley [13-6] hosts Aptos at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Hyllery Hershberger hit .400 over a three-game slate at the Watsonville Tournament, but SLV lost all its games.

Monterey topped the Cougars 7-2, Valley Christian won 5-1 and Scotts Valley triumphed 5-3.

Hershberger had three singles and a double in 10 at-bats, driving in two runs. Sarah Davis, Leah Viele and Jackie Richter each amassed three hits on the day.

SLV [8-11] hosts Harbor at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Cabrillo’s Sarah Zell took third on the 3-meter board and fourth on the 1-meter board at the NorCal Diving Championships.

Zell’s 3-meter score was 167.70 and her 1-meter score was 155.50, both good enough to qualify for the state championships in Los Angeles on April 28-29.

UC Santa Cruz fell into an early 2-1 hole after doubles play but won five of six singles matches to triumph 6-3 over NCAA Division-III opponent No. 8 Pomona Pitzer.

Brian Pybas, Erich Koenig, Parker Larsen, Andre Halabi and Yushi Ayabe won in singles and Koenig paired with Sam Rodgers for the other Slugs win.

UCSC [12-2 D-III] went on to beat Chapman College 9-0 in late-round play.

Max Wilson of Santa Cruz and Capitola’s Mat Forrest teamed to win the men’s division at the season’s second No Attitudes Allowed tournament at Main Beach.

The duo beat Alex Lewis and Nathan Royer 25-19.

Tamara Lovere and Kaitlin Simmons won the women’s division and Bill Head paired with Liz Fowler to claim the coed event.

Scotts Valley’s Jennifer Brumbaugh is tied for fifth place entering today’s final round of the Western Athletic Conference Championships at Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz.

Brumbaugh, competing for San Jose State, rebounded from her 6-over-par 77 in the first round with a 71. She’s tied with New Mexico State’s Lauren Bowerman-Ritchie with a 148 total.

SJSU’s Madeleine Ziegert leads with a 3-under 139 total and the Spartans [590 total] hold the team lead with 1-stroke lead over New Mexico State.

Cabrillo stranded 13 runners and blew its lead in the seventh inning in a 5-2 loss to host Monterey Peninsula College in Coast Conference Pacific Division play.

Chase Moreland got the win for the Lobos [17-14, 8-11 Coast Conference]. Middle reliever Josh Rodriguez took the loss for the Seahawks [19-12, 11-8 Coast Conference]. Mike Aldrete got the save.

Joe Davis hit a home run in the second inning with Jakob Ohmann on base.

MPC got two hits from Shane Yoshiama and Aldrete.

Cabrillo has five games remaining, including a home game Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. against Skyline [15-15, 11-8].

Stevie Berman had a double, two RBIs and scored a run to lift visiting Saratoga past Harbor 4-3 in a nonleague game.

Kevin Darchuk earned the complete-game win for the Falcons [7-12]. Riley James took the loss for the Pirates [7-7], who host Christopher in a nonleague on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

The Pirates were led by Andres Diaz, who was 3-for-3 and scored twice. Teammate Connor Plant had two hits.

<a href="http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/sports/ci_17866676tag:news.google.com,2005:cluster=http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/sports/ci_17866676Sun, 17 Apr 2011 08:38:15 GMT 00:00″>Related Content


Related Websites

    Be Sociable, Share!