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Nevada Union tops Yuba City in four games

The Nevada Union varsity girls volleyball team picked up another win Thursday, this time at Yuba City, by scores of 25-17, 22-25, 25-11, 25-20.

The victory was not easy relative to previous Metro Conference games. That fact was highlighted by a rare loss in game two.

“They just really hustled and made us earn everything we got all night,” said NU head coach Bob Rogers.



In the fourth game the Honkers jumped out to a 7-2 lead, but after a Nevada Union timeout, the offense got back on track.

Ali Daley led the Miners 16-0 overall, 5-0 Metro Conference) offensively with 32 kills.




Stephanie Bayne was a distant second with 11 kills. Julie Wivholm chipped in eight kills. Alicia Landon added seven more.

Even better competition is expected today and Saturday when NU travels to San Jose in the Archbishop Mitty Tournament.

Nevada Union 227,

Woodcreek 229

The Nevada Union varsity girls golf team was victorious Thursday against Woodcreek at Alta Sierra Country Club, winning by two strokes.

The Miners’ Dayton Faraco earned medalist honors with her four- over-par 40, and was followed by Megan Hillard, who shot a 48.

Jennifer Bennelack was NU’s third-place finisher with 68, and with 71 Thea Martens came in fourth.

The Miners play again Monday in the Metro Conference tournament at Bing Maloney Golf Course in south Sacramento.

Mira Loma 252,

Bear River 264

The Bear River varsity girls golf team fell 13 shots short of winning Thursday as it dropped a Pioneer Valley League matchup with Mira Loma at Arcade Creek (Sacramento).

Bear River’s Jessica Benzler was co-medalist with her round of 44.

Stephanie Ursiny carded the Bruins’ second-best score with a 52.

Jaclynn Peterson was right behind with a 53.

Stacy Tudor finished with a 57. Shasta Billings had a 58.

Bear River drops to 2-2.


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