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Miners pound Grant, FLC wins

The Nevada Union girls soccer team had ten players score in an 11-0 win at Grant in Sacramento Friday.

Lilah Sutphen scored twice as the Lady Miners moved to 6-9-1 overall and 2-8-1 in the Capital Athletic League.



Nicole Flores, Jessi Wilcox, Katy Storck, Mackenzie Murphy, Sara Langley, Tara Anderson, Monica Pazos, Tracy Smith and Crystal Conklin also had goals for NU.




The Lady Miners will host Bella Vista of Fair Oaks 3:45 p.m. Wednesday.

FLC baseball falls

The Forest Lake Christian dropped a 3-2 decision to host Woodland Christian Friday.

FLC (15-6 overall, 7-3 Central Valley Christian League) trailed 2-0 going into the fourth, but tied it up with runs by Michael Weiss and Jay Hobbs.

Woodland Christian answered with a run down the stretch to take the win.

Nick Whittington went 2-for-4. Weiss, who struck out four to get take the loss, Aaron Christal, Matt Boatman and Jake Kobliska had a single each for the visitors.

Kobliska also had a double. Hobbs had FLC’s sole RBI.

The Falcons will play at Sacramento Lutheran 4 p.m. Friday.

FLC gets soccer win

Amanda Cederloff had three goals and Kelly Ginney had a goal and two assists as the host Forest Lake Christian girls soccer team beat Victory Christian of Carmichael 6-0 Friday.

FLC improved to 13-4 overall and 8-2 in Central Valley Christian League play.

Emily Boddorf opened the scoring early in the first half off a Ginney corner kick. Boddorf also had an assist.

Brittney Gilfillan had a goal and an assist.

Samantha Van Winkle had five saves. Katelyn Gilfillan chipped in two saves in relief.

FLC will host Faith Christian of Yuba City 4 p.m. Tuesday.


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