Alumni notebook: McCary, Delta Ducks claim PCFL title |

Alumni notebook: McCary, Delta Ducks claim PCFL title

Brandyn McCary, a 2002 Nevada Union graduate, and the Delta Ducks claimed the Pacific Coast Football League championship Saturday at Vacaville Christian High School, beating the Central Coast Barnstormers, 13-10.

The Ducks had failed to score through the first three quarters, falling behind 10-0, but two late touchdown drives spurred them to victory and with it the PCFL title, a 12-0 record and a berth into the national tournament against an opponent to be determined.

McCary is a linebacker for the Ducks. Game stats were not available.


Josh Roenicke (Nevada Union ’01) Minnesota Twins — Roenicke, a relief pitcher for the Twins, saw action in two games this week, throwing a 1/3 of an inning against the Chicago White Sox Wednesday and another 1/3 Friday against the Cleveland Indians.

In Wednesday’s, 7-4, victory over the White Sox, Roenicke allowed a hit but gave up no runs and earned his ninth hold of the season.

In Friday’s 5-1 loss to the Indians, Roenicke gave up a hit a hit and a run.

Roenicke now has a 3.06 ERA, a 1.33 WHIP to go with nine holds and 21 strikeouts in 32 1/3 innings pitched this season.


Erik Flores (Nevada Union, ’05) Tour — Flores had an up-and-down tourney at the Rex Hospital Open in Raleigh, N.C.

Flores struggled the first day and played incredible the second, but when all was said and done, he was on the outside looking in, as his one-under-par score through two rounds landed him on the cut list.

At the TPC Wakefield Plantation course, Flores shot four over par in the first round with four bogeys, three of which were double bogeys, to only three birdies.

In round two, Flores was much better, scoring below par on five holes, including a hole-in-one on the 16th. He finished the day five-under for the round but one stroke off the cut, which was set at two under.

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