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Forest Lake Christian soccer still undefeated in league

The Forest Lake Christian soccer team moved to 5-0 in the Central Valley Christian Conference Tuesday with a win at Woodland Christian.

The Falcons were able to shut out Woodland Christian despite the 28 shots on goal it had.

FLC scored at the 24th minute, with a goal by Taylor Bigelow off of a Mitch Seman assist.



In the second half, Jason Allgeier assisted Andreas Zeischegg to go up 2-0 and later scored the third goal himself.

Now 5-0 in league, 7-5-1 overall, the Falcons look to stay undefeated in league Tuesday at Faith Christian.




Bear River 3, Colfax 2

Jacob Murnan scored a game-high two goals for the Bruins as the Bear River boys soccer team beat Pioneer Valley League rival Colfax Tuesday.

Also for Bear River, Kevin Gardner gave himself a birthday present with the third goal scored.

According to coach Dave Molina, Peter Moore saved the game for the Bruins with his saved goal on the final shot of the game.

Bear River improves to 5-4-1 overall an 3-2-1 league.

The JV team also won 6-0.

The Bruins had two goals from Walker Davis, and Steven Aguilar, and one from both Matt Allgire and Sean Miller.

Ryan Bock had four saves and earned his fifth league shutout to help the Bruins go to 6-0 in the PVL and 8-1 overall.

Nevada Union 1, Johnson 0

The Miners narrowly escaped Johnson Tuesday as they won at home 1-0.

Narayan Jorgenson had the goal for NU, assisted by Wes Clay.

Although Nevada Union outshot Johnson 19-6, NU head coach Mike Voss viewed the game as one of the poorer performances in recent weeks.

“I thought we were over the hurdle of playing at the level of the team we play,” he said.

He did add that there were positive points, including Nate Rosenbloom’s game distributing the ball.

The Miners (3-3 league, 11-4-1 overall) continued their win streak, now at four games.

Water Polo

Boys

Nevada Union 12, Bella Vista 10

Jon Dorfman led NU’s water polo team Monday with six goals to aid his team in its 12-10 victory over Bella Vista.

Andy Franks had three goals, Tom Nowlin had two, and Joe DeMartini had one.

The Nevada Union JV team lost 11-0.

Girls

Bella Vista 10, Nevada Union 2

The NU girls water polo team dropped a conference match to Bella Vista on Monday, losing 10-2.

Arielle Murphy and Emily DeMartini each had goals.

The junior varsity team lost 10-1, with the lone goal by Shiloh Fish.

Roseville 10, Bear River 1

The Bear River girls water polo team dropped another game Tuesday, this time losing 10-1 to Roseville.

Ashley Lowe had the only goal of the game, while Kaitlyn Spence had 12 saves in goal for the Bruins.

The JV team lost as well, 1-12.

Volleyball

Woodland 3, Forest Lake Christian 0

The Forest Lake Christian girls volleyball team suffered its first league loss Tuesday at the hands of Woodland, which won 29-27, 25-18, 25-12 and put the Falcons to 4-1 in the Central Valley Christian League.

Senior outside hitter Megan Wisniewski dropped in 10 kills to lead the Falcons, followed by Kylie Miraldi, who had seven.

“We let down and beat ourselves,” said FLC head coach April Miraldi. “It took a little wind out of our sail.”

Nevada Union 3, Grant 0

The Nevada Union girls volleyball team won handily Tuesday at Grant, 25-8, 25-7, 25-10.

Ali Daley led NU with 11 kills. Kaitlin McCree had seven kills, Sarah McAtee had six and Alicia Landon had five.

The Miners improve to 19-2 overall and 6-0 in the Metro Conference.

Golf

Nevada Union 148, Oakmont 177

Dayton Faraco had a huge day Tuesday at Alta Sierra Country Club as she earned medalist honors for Nevada Union’s girls golf team with her three-over-par round of 39.

Also for NU in the three-person match, Megan Hillard shot a 44 and Jennifer Bennellack shot 65.


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