FOLSOM — Rodriguez High cross country runner Halle Sullivan is peaking at the right time.
Sullivan finished 14th Saturday during the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I Cross Country Championships, qualifying her for the CIF State Championships in Fresno in two weeks.
Sullivan finished the 3.1-mile circuit in 19 minutes, 50 seconds.
Emma Vogliano also provided a solid performance, finishing 25th in the D-II frosh/soph girls race with a time of 15:05 on the 2-mile course.
Armijo enjoyed a solid day itself in Division I competition as the sophomore boys team finished second, the frosh/soph girls were fourth and the freshman boys were sixth.
Ebon Turner (15th), Alec Woodson (17th), Tim Ha (27th), Jay Singh (28th) and Skylar Ataide (42nd) paced the freshman boys, while Andres Rivera (12th), Ryan Cook (14th), San Bundenthal (17th), Rohan Saini (26th) and Mauricio Rodriguez (27th) led the Indians’ sophomore team.
Kira Overman (6th), Dajanae Williams (28th), Annie Ramich (33rd), Karina Santillan (45th) and Soso Amatoru (46th) were the top frosh/soph girls placers.
Armijo also had three varsity runners competing, with BreAnna Overman finishing 44th, and Elisha Machado crossing in 55th for the girls, and Caleb Rounsavall finishing in 53rd for the boys.
Prep water polo
Falcons reel in All-SCAC honors
FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield High water polo teams fared well in the All-Solano County Athletic Conference voting earlier this week.
Fairfield’s Nick Wullenweber was named co-MVP along with Jacob Brown from American Canyon and Dixon’s Bryan Poole.
Eduardo Alvarado was also named to the first team, while Cody Meyer and Andre Lavoie both earned honorable mentions. Elizabeth Villenas was Fairfield’s lone representative on the All-SCAC girls team.
JC men’s basketball
Falcons fall in consolation final
FREMONT — For the third straight day the Solano Community College men’s basketball team held the lead at halftime and for the second time, the Falcons fell.
This time it was in Saturday’s consolation championship at the Ohlone College tournament, where the Falcons (1-2) lost to Cañada College of Redwood City 64-58.
Corey Doran led Solano with 14 points and Tim Mohr added 11.
The Falcons hit the court again Nov. 23 when they face Shasta at the Diablo Valley College tournament.