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How area athletes are faring in college sports

Here is a look at how some college athletes with local ties fared over the weekend:

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Mike Massari – UC Davis (Nevada Union 1998). The sophomore running back totaled 221 yards and three touchdowns in the Aggies’ 28-24 road win over The California Polytechnic University at San Luis Obispo.

Spencer Havner – UCLA (Nevada Union 2001). Havner, a redshirt freshman linebacker, finished with 11 tackles in a the Bruins’ 28-18 homefield win over Stanford University.




Logan Carter – University of Nevada – Reno (Nevada Union 2001). The redshirt freshman linebacker tallied four tackles in UNR’s 50-47 loss at Louisiana Tech University.

Matt Logue – Cal State Sacramento (Bear River 2002). The freshman linebacker had four tackles in the Hornets’ 48-41 victory at Eastern Washington University.

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Ashley Bello – University of San Francisco (Forest Lake Christian 2001). Bello, a sophomore middle/outside hitter, finished with five kills and four digs in the Dons’ three-game loss to host Santa Clara University.

Amber Donovan – Westmont College of Santa Barbara, Calif. (Forest Lake Christian 2002). The freshman setter, who was named the Golden State Athletic Conference’s female player of the week last week, had seven digs and a team-high 58 assists in Westmont’s three-game win over host Biola University of La Mirada, Calif.

Did we miss anyone? Contact sports reporter Keith Jiron at 477-4244 or online at


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