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SCC softball team shuts out Cosumnes River 3-0

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ROCKVILLE — Shannon Mestas had eight strikeouts in her complete-game shutout for the Solano Community College softball team as the Falcons won 3-0 over Cosumnes River College in Bay Valley Conference action, Thursday.

Mestas only gave up two hits in the circle for the Falcons (26-2, 10-0 BVC), adding a 2 for 3 appearance at the plate with an RBI.

Aleyna Benipayo was 2 for 3 with a triple and an RBI, crossing the plate in the bottom of the first on a Mestas single.

SCC’s next run came from Amber Takeda, who hit a solo home run in the fourth for her only hit of the game.

The last run for the Falcons came from Britney Taglieri who was 1 for 3 with a stand-up double to bring in Mestas.

SCC travels to play Yuba City College on Tuesday.

JC baseball

SCC falls fall to Los Medanos

ROCKVILLE — The Solano Community College baseball team allowed a five-run fifth inning and fell 7-2 to Los Medanos College in Bay Valley Conference play, Thursday.

The Falcons (6-18, 4-7 BVC) opened up with a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first when David Fernandez crossed the plate on an RBI groundout from Nick Perez, but would not score again until the eighth inning.

Brandon Mihelich got the start for the Falcons and threw four innings, allowing one run on two hits. Angel Lara that took the loss as he allowed five runs in 1 2-3 innings.

David Fernandez was 2 for 5, while Perez was 2 for 4 with an RBI for SCC

The Falcons will travel to play Los Medanos in Pittsburg, Saturday.

Prep boys tennis

Vikings roll to win over Apaches

VALLEJO — The Vanden High tennis team topped Vallejo in a 8-1 decision in Solano County Athletic Conference action, Thursday.

Cameron Hoover and Dustin Edmonds did not drop a game in their No. 2 doubles victory for the Vikings (9-1), while Brandon Cervino and Fernando Angulo only lost one game (6-0, 6-1) in their No. 3 doubles match versus the Apaches’ Marcus Peoples and Renz Grayaca.

The only match to go three sets was at No. 4 singles as the Vikings’ Joseph Brooks defeated Vallejo’s Jairo Gonzales 3-6, 6-1, 6-2.

Vanden travels to Benicia in a make up game, today.

Prep badminton

Indians cruise to win over Davis

FAIRFIELD — The Armijo High badminton team defeated Davis High 12-3 in Monticello Empire League play, Thursday.

Serenity Liew, Stephanie Sek, Akena Reyes, Noni Guevara, Angelica Roxas and Ysabelle Balomadres were all double winners for the Indians (7-2, 6-1 MEL).

Stephanie Weber and Liew were in the match of the day in No. 1 doubles, winning 20-22, 21-12, 21-18.

Armijo travels to Vacaville, today.

Prep boys golf

Indians 4th, Mustangs 5th in MEL tourney

FAIRFIELD — The Armijo and Rodriguez High golf teams earned a fourth and fifth, respectively, at the Monticello Empire League Tournament at the Paradise Valley, Thursday.

Vacaville High won the par 72 tournament with a 425, while the Indians finished with a 511 and the Mustangs with a 518.

Rodriguez (1-6) was led by Jacob Hurt who shot a 96, while Parker Oldham finished with a 100. Parker Schnider carded a 104, while Brandon Almenia landed a 108 and David Burns added a 110.

Mario Esparza led Armijo with a 89, while Jonathan Delmendo carded a 104. Jason Miralles and Justin Wong each shot a 105, while Bryce Neilson had a 108.

The Mustangs travel to Green Tree to face Vacaville, Tuesday.

Vanden 221, Vallejo 339: At Vacaville, the Vikings (5-2, 5-1 SCAC) were led by Devyn Fitchhorn and Nick Andrews as they shot both shot a 36.

Ryan Cantrell carded a 47, while Mike Harris added a 49 and Andrew Switzer shot a 53.

Vanden plays American Canyon at Chardonnay Golf Club, Monday.

Vacaville Christian 268, Highlands Forfeit: At Elverta, the Falcons (5-0) were victorious due to the Scots only having three golfers.

Scott Gardener led Vacaville Christian as he shot a 37, while Spencer Auch and Thomas Wary carded a 55. Kevin Peng added a 56, while Xinting Li shot a 65.

Prep girls soccer

VACAVILLE — The Armijo High soccer team had a few chances to score but never found the net in a 2-0 loss to Vacaville in Monticello Empire League play, Thursday.

The two opportunities to score came in the first half for the Indians (7-3-1, 3-2-1 MEL) as Cindy Rodriguez had the first chance but hit the goal post and Monique Evans’ shot sailed over the net.

Freshman Taylor Morris was in the net for Armijo in the first half and recorded eight saves, while Anna Castro came in for the second half and had six saves.

The Indians are at Will C. Wood, Tuesday.

Vacaville Christian 6, San Juan 2: At Citrus Heights, the Falcons (5-2-1) were led by Kirsten Daugherty, who had three goals in the Sierra Delta League victory.

Lisa Yoakum added two goals, while Taylor Schubert had one goal and two assists. Yoakum and Daugherty each had an assists as well.

Maddy Kelly was the goalie for Vacaville Christian and had seven saves.

The Falcons host Highlands, Tuesday.

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