Bruin HRs key win |

Bruin HRs key win

Matt Logue and Brian Hart each went deep and Kody Keroher struck out three as the Bear River baseball team mercy-ruled host Oakmont of Roseville 15-0 in five innings Friday.

“Kody was getting ahead in the count, then getting them to pop up or hit a weak grounder. He was hitting his spots today,” Bear River head coach Mike Viola said.

Logue finished at 2-for-3 with a game-high five RBIs. Hart went 3-for-4 with four RBIs.

Bear River (11-7 overall, 6-6 Sierra Foothill League) will host Oakmont 4 p.m. Monday.

NU softball edged by Del Campo

The Nevada Union softball team talied four hits, but committed four errors in a 1-0 homefield loss to host Del Campo Friday.

The game was scoreless until the sixth when the visitors scored from third on a dribbler to right field.

Amanda Poteet, Wendy Thomas, Mia Machado and Laura Blodgett had a single each for the Lady Miners.

Kari Bauman struck out three in the loss.

NU (8-16 overall, 2-6 Capital Athletic League) will host Davis 4:15 p.m Tuesday.

Weiss leads FLC to victory

The Forst Lake Christian baseball team roughed Faith Christian of Yuba City’s pitching up for 11 hits in a 9-2 homefield win Friday.

Falcon freshman Michael Weiss struck out six in six innings work to improve his record to 5-1.

Nick Whittington, Jimmy Wagner and Jake Kobliska had two hits each for the hosts.

Weiss (1-for-2) had two RBIs. Aaron Christal had a double and a team-high three RBIs.

Casey Hobbs had a double. Matt Boatman had a hit and two RBIs.

FLC soccer blanks Waldorf

Katelyn Gilfillan scored three goals and Lauren Clough had a goal and two assists as the host Forest Lake Christian girls soccer team beat Sacramento Waldorf 8-0 Thursday.

Brynne Edwards, Brittney Gilfillan, Amanda Cederloff and Amber Harman also scored for FLC.

BR v-ball loses

The Bear River boys volleyball team dropped a 15-14, 15-11, 15-7 decision to host Jesuit of Carmichael Friday.

Tim Waechter led the Bruin offense with nine kills. Jeff Duran was right behind with eight kills. Jon Good chipped in five kills.

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