ROCKVILLE — The Solano Community College baseball team combined for 16 hits in its 10-5 victory over Laney College in Bay Valley Conference play, Tuesday.
The Falcons scored two runs in the bottom of the first inning as Trever Faulkner hit a sac-fly to center to bring in Robert Contreras, while Brandon Mihelich singled in Nick Perez\, who advanced to second on an error.
In the fourth, SCC scored three runs as Acosta brought in Dareion Evans, who had a lead-off triple. Andrew Harris singled in the next at-bat – moving Tucker Bishop to third, who then scored on a balk. Contreras hit a sac-fly to center which brought in Harris, who advanced to third on a Fernandez single.
After holding Laney to no runs in the fifth and sixth, the Falcons added three more to their total in the bottom half of the sixth inning.
Faulkner doubled and brought in Contreras, while Bishop singled, scoring Faulkner and advancing Mihelich to second. The last run of the inning came from Ian Acosta as he singled in Mihelich.
SCC scored two more times in the seventh and allowed Laney to only score once more in the top of the eighth.
Faulkner, Mihelich and Acosta each had two RBIs, while Contreras, Perez and Bishop had one.
Ryan Earnest got the win for the Falcons, pitching 4 1-3 innings while allowing only one run on three hits.
SCC travels to Laney, Thursday.
Prep girls soccer
Vanden falls to Benicia in SCAC play
BENICIA — The Vanden High girls soccer team fell to Benicia 3-1 in Solano County Athletic Conference play, Tuesday.
Megan Frizzie scored the only goal for the Vikings (4-3 SCAC) in the first half.
All three of Benicia’s goals came in the first 40 minutes, with Heather Walsh posting a shutout in the second half for Vanden.
The Vikings host Vallejo, Thursday.
VCS still unbeaten on season
VACAVILLE — The Vacaville Christian boys golf team stayed unbeaten on the season with a 265-282 Sierra Delta League win over Bradshaw Christian at Green Tree, Tuesday.
Scott Gardner led the Falcons (4-0, 4-0 SDL) with a 40 and was followed by Spencer Auch (50), Kevin Peng (55), Thomas Wary (56) and Xinting Li (64).
VCS is back in action April 1 at Green Tree against Rio Vista.
Vikings routed in first league loss
BENICIA — The Vanden High baseball team’s five-game winning streak came to an end when it suffered its first Solano County Athletic Conference loss, a 10-0 decision to league-leader Benicia, Tuesday.
The Vikings (7-3, 3-1 SCAC) only managed three hits in the defeat, allowing the Panthers (7-2, 4-0 SCAC) to score at least one run in every inning but the fifth.
Eno Evans, Jared Vitug and Eric Robles were the only Vanden players with hits as the whole team was a combined 3 for 20 at the plate.
Ryan Haney went five innings in the loss – allowing seven runs on seven hits with four walks and two strikeouts.
Steven Daini went the distance for Benicia, allowing two hits while striking out three.
The Vikings host crosstown rival Fairfield, Thursday.
Middle school soccer
Golden West boys win 1st league title
FAIRFIELD — The Golden West Middle School boys soccer team recently wrapped up the Northern Solano Athletic League championship, the first in school history.
The Mustangs finished the season 5-1 and defeated Vaca Pena 3-2 in a come-from-behind victory, March 20.
Golden West scored 26 goals during the season and allowed only seven.
Rodriguez boosters holding golf tournament
FAIRFIELD — The Rodriguez High Athletic Booster Coordinates have scheduled a fundraising golf tournament for June 13.
The tournament is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. at Hiddenbrook Golf Club at 1095 Hiddenbrook Parkway on Vallejo.
Tickets are currently available on Eventbrite by searching for “Rodgriguez golf.” Early bird tickets and sponsorship opportunities are now available.
All the proceeds from the tournament will benefit the student-athletes at Rodriguez High. The Rodriguez Athletic Boosters is a non-profit organization consisting of volunteers dedicated to the financial support of athletics at Rodriguez High School and the surrounding community.
For more information, contact Micheal Johnson at 426-9883 or [email protected]