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Alumni Notebook: Jantz wraps up game-high 10 tackles in loss

Minnesota Twins' Josh Roenicke (20) is relieved after filling the bases during the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Oakland Athletics, Sunday, in Oakland.
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Broughan Jantz, a 2010 Nevada Union graduate and defensive back at the University of Sioux City, battled hard Saturday against University of Mary and led all tacklers as his Cougars came up short 17-10.

Jantz, who played quarterback for Nevada Union, wrapped up a game-high 10 tackles. The Cougars held the Marauders to just 95 yards rushing for the game on 36 carries, an average of just 2.6 yards per rush, but also yielded 323 passing yards and the go-ahead touchdown with just under five minutes to play.

The Cougars (1-2) host University of Minnesota, Crookston Saturday.



Josh Cena (Nevada Union, ’11) Lewis and Clark College— Despite Cena and the Pioneers putting up 407 yards of total offense Saturday at home they suffered a 63-34 loss to Wis. Platteville




On special teams Cena was 4-for-5 on PAT attempts and had one kickoff that traveled 35 yards. He also returned a punt seven yards. Defensively he wrapped up the second-most tackles on the squad finishing with seven. The defense allowed 587 yards of total offense, with 431 of it coming through the air. The Pioneers had a 27-21 lead early in the second quarter but were outscored 42-7 the rest of the way.

Lewis and Clark (0-3) hosts Puget Sound in its homecoming game Oct. 5.

Dillon Huffman, (Bear River ’12); Humboldt State University­­­— Huffman and the Jacks took one to the chin Saturday at Azusa Pacific as they fell 28-2.

The sophomore defensive lineman wrapped up six tackles in the game, one of which went for a loss of 1-yard. Azusa gained just 37 yards through the air on six completions, but ran literally ran all over Humboldt with 43 rushes for 240 yards.

Humboldt State (0-3) hosts Dixie State Saturday.

BASEBALL

Josh Roenicke (Nevada Union ’01) Minnesota Twins— Roenicke made just two appearances in a loss and the Twins struggled, going 1-6 this past week.

In Tuesday’s 4-3 loss at the Chicago Whitesox, Roenicke pitched 1 inning and yielded two runs (one earned), two hits and walked a batter. Sunday in an 11-7 loss at Oakland he pitched 1 1/3 innings and allowed two earned runs, three hits and walked two.

Minnesota (65-90) opens a seven-game home-stand to close out the 2013 season beginning today with a three-game series versus the Tigers.

GOLF

Emilie Arnoldi (Nevada Union ‘13) Santa Barbara City College— Last week the Lady Vaqueros finished in first place out of five teams in the Western State Conference No. 2 Tournament held Sept. 16 at Simi Hill Golf Course.

Arnoldi shot a round of 87 to help her team finish with a combined score of 317, which was 15 strokes better than second place Canyons College. Teammates Fanny Johansson and Vanesa Villa, tourney medalists, led the way for the Lady Vaqueros each with rounds of 78.

SBCC (8-0) remains undefeated atop the WSC standings and tees off today at the WSC No. 3 tourney in Bakersfield at Stockdale Golf Course.

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