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Sweet places 10th in latest NASCAR Nationwide Series race

Brad Sweet, a 2004 Bear River graduate, took 10th in his latest NASCAR Nationwide Series race.

Sweet began the race in Sparta, Kentucky in 13th position and moved up three spots to finish 10th.

Sweet is now in 20th place in the points standings at 361. In the 2012 season Sweet has earned $289,659 in winnings.



BASEBALL

Josh Roenicke (Nevada Union ‘01); Colorado Rockies — In two appearances out of the Rockies’ bullpen last week Roenicke threw two innings, allowed three hits and three earned runs.




FOOTBALL

Josh Cena (Nevada Union ‘11); Lewis and Clark College — Cena captured an interception and took it back 56-yards for a touchdown, and had three tackles in Lewis and Clark’s 41-17 victory over Macalester. The Pioneers are now 3-0.

Cole Stanford (Nevada Union ’08); Cal Poly San Luis Obispo — Stanford racked up 18 yards on six carries and snagged three catches for 49 yards in San Luis Obispo’s 28-20 win over UC Davis. The Mustangs are off to a 3-0 start.

Dan Pettinato (Nevada Union ’10); University of Arizona — Pettinato wrapped up six tackles Saturday as the Arizona Wildcats were slaughtered by the Oregon Ducks 49-0. The Wildcats are 3-1 on the season.

GOLF

Erik Flores (Nevada Union, ’05); Web.com Tour — Flores missed the cut at the WNB Classic by one shot after shooting a pair of par rounds (72). Flores has now missed 10 cuts in 20 attempts this season.

VOLLEYBALL

Madison Heppe (Nevada Union ‘12); Swarthmore College— Heppe started both matches versus Ursinus and Dickinson helping Swarthmore win in straight sets,. Heppe recorded 23 digs in the wins.


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