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SCC baseball team hangs on for win over Sierra

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ROCKLIN — The Solano Community College baseball team scored two early runs and held on for a 3-1 nonconference victory at Sierra College, Tuesday.

James Harris (1-2) got the win on the mound for the Falcons (2-10), pitching five innings, allowing six hits, had three strike outs and just one earned run.

Chris Rost was the other SCC pitcher, going four innings, allowing only two hits and one walk. Robert Contreras and Nick Perez had doubles, with Contreras finishing 2 for 5.

RBIs came from Anthony Morris, Darelon Evans and Evan Faccenda.

The Falcons host Santa Rosa at 1 p.m., Saturday.

Prep boys golf

Vanden opens season with a victory

NAPA — The Vanden High golf team won its opening match against American Canyon 226-283 at Chardonnay Golf Club, Tuesday.

Devyn Fitchhorn led the Vikings with 37, while Nick Andrews was close behind with a 41. Ryan Cantrell shot a 44, while Mike Harris had a 46 and Garrett Magnuson shot a 58.

Vanden hosts Benicia, Tuesday.

Prep boys tennis

Vikings come from behind to beat Bethel

FAIRFIELD — The Vanden High tennis team came back to defeat Bethel 6-3 to open up Solano County Athletic Conference play, Tuesday.

The Vikings lost the first three matches in singles play, then won the rest, and swept the doubles matches as well.

Joseph Brooks (No. 4 singles) defeated Harmon Agroia 6-4, 6-3, while Jamie Abelon (No. 5) defeated Matt Avelino 6-1, 6-0 and Antonio Ramirez (No. 6) defeated Joshua Caccam 7-5, 6-2.

The Vikings play a makeup match at Vallejo, Wednesday.

American Canyon 7, Fairfield 0: At American Canyon, the Falcons made a good effort, according to coach Dante Carrasco, with the closest match being No. 1 singles David Lura losing 6-1, 6-2.

Fairfield travels to Vanden, Thursday.

Armijo 9, Wood 0: At Armijo, the Indians opened up their season with a 9-0 Monticello Empire League win over Wood, Tuesday.

The Indians cruised to the win, with only Andrew Freeman’s 6-3, 6-2 win over the Wildcats’ Kennedy Tornay posing any challenge.

Armijo coach Greg Davis also singled out the strong play of Joe Caspers and Lang Vue, who won 6-1, 6-0 at No. 1 doubles.

The Indians play at Vintage, Wednesday.

Prep girls soccer

Mustangs get easy win over Inderkum

FAIRFIELD — The Rodriguez High girls soccer team picked up a 5-1 nonleague win over Inderkum, Tuesday.

Lauren Rogers had two goals for the Mustangs (2-0-3), while Ana Pena Rilee McNeill and Kassie Hendricson each scored once.

Goalkeeper Sarah Free made seven saves for Rodriguez, which open Monticello Empire League play at home against Wood, Thursday.

Vanden 7, Bethel 0: At Vallejo, the Vikings were led by Megan Frizzie in its victory over Bethel to open SCAC play, Tuesday.

Maddie Walcott, Angelica Terry and Kristen Richards all had goals off Frizzie assists for the Vikings, while Josie Breeden had two goals. Brie Eaton and Hayley Pedro were the other Vanden players with goals.

Coach Kayla Primus said the Vikings held Bethel to only two corner kicks and two shots on goal.

Vanden hosts rival Benicia at 5 p.m., Thursday.

Prep track & field

Falcons enjoy success at Cordova High

RANCHO CORDOVA — The Fairfield High track and field teams enjoyed some success at the Clarke Massey Relays at Cordova High, Saturday.

Alysia Robinson, Brittany Western and Kalia Avery teamed up to finish  second in the girls long jump, with Robinson recording the longest jump of the three at 17 feet, 2 inches,

The girls team of Western, Robinson, Tyeirra Packard and Ra’Shanae Johnson were winners in the 4×200 relay, while the team of Xavier Bolden and J.P. Siat finished third in the high jump relay.  Bolden jumped 5-4 and Siat jumped 5-2.

Freshman Kaitlyn Cook was fourth in girls 3,200 with a time of 13 minutes, 6 seconds.

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