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April 2, 2013
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Prep roundup; NU golf tames Tigers at Sierra View CC, Bear River tops Colfax at LOP


The Nevada Union golf team continued its strong 2013 campaign Tuesday with a convincing win over Roseville, 231-198, at the Sierra View Country Club.

Logan Lowe led the Miners and was the day’s medalist with a one-under-par 35. Derek Frank was the next Miner with a 37, Burt Heinzelman and Andrew Puleo both shot 40, and Bradley Carrion rounded things out for NU with a 46.

Lowe, a sophomore, has finished in either first or second place in all four Sierra Foothill contests this season.

Nevada Union is 3-1 in SFL play this season with its only loss coming against reigning state champion Granite Bay. The Miners hit the links again Thursday when they travel to Morgan Creek Golf Club in Roseville to face Woodcreek.

Bear River 223, Colfax 230

The Bruins got a highly coveted win over Pioneer Valley League rival Colfax Tuesday, edging the Falcons by seven strokes at Lake of the Pines golf course.

Leading Bear River was Jake DePasse with a six-over-par 41, Dillon Smith was next with a 43, Conner McLendon and Ian Armstrong both shot 46, Cody Heard tallied a 47, and Drew Cramer finished with a 52.

Colfax did have the medalist on the day with Jay Lynch shooting a 38.

The Bruins are now 2-2 in the PVL and get going again Thursday when they face Center.

Softball

JV: Woodcreek 13,

Nevada Union 1

The Lady Miners continue to struggle in SFL play, losing their fifth straight league game Tuesday with a 12-run loss at the hands of Woodcreek.

Gracie Ramos had a standout game defensively and went 1-for-2 from the plate. Ramos also scored the Lady Miners’ lone run.

Emma Zoellin and Devinity Buendia each added hits in the loss.

Nevada Union (4-7, 0-5 SFL) will look to notch its first league win Friday when it takes on Rocklin.

JV: Del Oro 4, Nevada Union 1

The Lady Miners trailed by only one, 2-1, in the sixth inning of Monday’s game with Del Oro, but a pair of insurance runs plated by the Golden Eagles in their half of the inning put the game away.

Bailey Kennedy had a strong outing on the mound but was left with the loss after the offense couldn’t produce much support.

Kennedy went all seven innings, struck out three, walked four and allowed seven hits.

Ramos, Ashley Drivold and Eden Baker all had hits in the loss.

Coaches may submit game reports by email at sports@theunion.com or by phone at 530-477-4232. deadline for submission is 10 p.m. Monday through Friday and 5 p.m. Sunday.


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