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Bruins clipped by Woodcreek, 5-3

The Bear River baseball team had its five game win streak snapped with its a 5-3 loss to Woodcreek in Roseville Monday.

The Bruins (14-8 overall, 9-7 Sierra Foothill League) outhit the hosts 9-5, but committed four errors in the loss.



Bear River led 2-0 after one, but gave up three runs going into the fourth. The visitors tied the score on a Craig Chandler RBI single.




Woodcreek answered with two runs in the fifth to take the win.’

Seth Miller, who went 2-for-4, struck out eight and got the loss.

Joey Mar went 2-for-4 with a double and a RBI. Craig Chandler went 2-for-2.

Bryan Hart had a double.

Bear River will host Woodcreek 4 p.m. Wednesday.

Falcons take second at league tourney

The Forest Lake Christian boys golf team totaled a combined score of 421 to take second in the Central Valley Christian League Tournament No. 2 at Rio La Paz Golf Course in Nicolaus Monday.

Faith Christian of Yuba City won the team event with a score of 406. FC’s Paul Ashby took medalist honors with an even-par 71.

Jason Farnum led the way for FLC in second place with a 74. David Hicks took fourth with a 79. Nick Brown (85) tied for sixth.

Mike Hitchcock (90) and Brian Zard (93) also competed for the Falcons.

FLC will compete in the Sac-Joaquin Sub Sections at Greenhorn Creek in Angels Camp Monday.

Bruins swing into fourth at league golf match

The Bear River boys golf team took fourth in the Sierra Foothill League Tournament No. 2 with a combined score of 397 at the Brookside Country Club in Stockton Monday.

Rocklin grabbed the team title with a 381. Rocklin’s Matt Lopez earned medalist honors with a one-over-par 73.

Ben Honey and Ryan Ursiny carded 77s each to pace the Bruins.

Steve Chan and Ryan Heuseveldt, who each shot 78s, earned berths into next Monday’s Sac-Joaquin Sub Sections at Yolo Fliers Country Club in Woodland.

Tom Eisenhower finished with an 87.


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