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PREP ROUNDUP: Bear River golf takes 2nd at PVL tourney; Bruins tennis advances to D-II semifinals

The Union staff

Competing at the Yolo Fliers Country Club in Woodland, Bear River’s golf team pulled out a second place finish at the second and final Pioneer Valley League Tournament of the season.

The Bruins combined to score 543, finishing behind Colfax which took the tourney title and the overall league championship with a team score of 510. Center was third at 562.

The day’s medalist was Marysville’s Rex Rollins, who carded a 75 on the par-72 course.

Leading the Bear River charge was Anthony Vierra with an 86, which was good for second place overall. Tyler Cross was next for the Bruins, placing third overall with a 95. Kadin Dooley was also strong for Bear River and finished with a 107. Vierra, Cross and Dooley all earned All-PVL honors.

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With their second place finish the Bruins advance to the Sac-Joaquin Section’s Division V Tournament which will be held at Mather Golf Course May 6.

PREP TENNIS

BEAR RIVER 8,

FOREST LAKE CHRISTIAN 1

The PVL champion Bruins roared past the Falcons from Forest Lake Christian in the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Section D-II coed tennis playoffs.

Playing on their home courts, No. 2 seed Bear River claimed victory in eight of the nine matches against the No. 7 Falcons and advanced to the semifinals.

Bear River will host No. 3 Amador at 4 p.m. today with a trip to the D-II championship on the line. Amador is in the semis after topping No. 6 Ripon Christian, 7-2.

In the other semifinal, No. 4 Colfax will travel to face No. 1 Delhi. Colfax topped No. 5 Argonaut, 7-2, in the first round. Delhi cruised past Sacramento Country Day, 9-0, in its first round matchup.

Coaches and team affiliates may submit game reports by email at wford@theunion.com or by phone at 530-477-4232.


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