Prep roundup: Lady Bruins roll Lincoln in PVL match, FLC’s Hagarty nets hat trick in win over Victory |

Prep roundup: Lady Bruins roll Lincoln in PVL match, FLC’s Hagarty nets hat trick in win over Victory

The Bear River girls volleyball team improved to 2-0 in Pioneer Valley League play Tuesday with a straight-set home victory over Lincoln, 25-4, 25-11, 25-18.

The Lady Bruins got 15 kills from senior captain Kirsten Pereira, 10 more kills from Kaely Rath and Teryn Rath slammed down seven kills in the win.

Sophomore setter Savannah Wirth led the team with 31 assists and senior transfer Hannah Christianson held down the libero position with 12 digs and three aces.

The Lady Bruins (9-11, 2-0 PVL) take the court again Thursday against Foothill.

Boys soccer

Forest Lake Christian 6, Victory Christian 1

The Falcons got a hat trick from senior captain Kevin Hagarty, two more goals from Logan Ray and one more for good measure from Luke Jordan as they trampled Victory Christian Tuesday in a Central Valley California League matchup.

Hagerty’s three goals were more than enough for FLC as its defense was staunch, said Falcon head coach Steve Koch.

The defensive trio of Daniel Cuneo, Sean Kadera and Tyler Young allowed only five shots, none of which reached net. Victory’s lone goal came on a penalty kick just two minutes into the game. Other than that score, FLC goalie Kyle Soria kept the Vikings out of the net.

FLC senior captain Hunter Semen assisted on two goals, and Ray also had two assists to go with two goals.

The Falcons (8-4-1, 3-0 CVCL) have a bye Thursday, and take the pitch again Oct. 15 against Cristo Rey.

Girls golf

Bear River 249, Colfax 299

The Lady Bruins wrapped a perfect Pioneer Valley League season, winning all eight head-to-head matches, including Tuesday’s matchup with Colfax.

Teeing off at the par-35 Lake of the Pines course, Bear River’s Jessica Pisenti was the medalist with a match-low 41. Cassie Smith was next for Bear River with a personal best 42, Shelby Lampson shot a 47, Olivia Naves was next wit a 59, and Margie Oxley shot a personal best 60.

The final hurdle in the way of an outright league title is the second PVL tournament Monday. Bear River won the first PVL tourney earlier this season.

Del Oro 264, Nevada Union 312

The Lady Miners couldn’t keep up with Del Or Thursday, falling by 48 strokes to the Golden Eagles.

For NU, Sydni Smith led the way with a team-low 48. Lindsay Smith was next with a 60, Carly Keogh shot a 65, Sierra Wood finished with a 66 and Morgan Hopkins rounded things out with a 73.

The Lady Miners have another duel Thursday before the Sierra Foothill League tourney Monday.

Girls Tennis

Nevada Union 7, Woodcreek 2

The Lady Miners took it to Woodcreek Tuesday, topping the Timberwolves, 7-2.

In the No. 2 singles match, NU’s Katie King won 6-4, 6-1. Ashleigh Balistreri played a solid match to win 7-5, 6-2 in the No. 3 position. At the 4 and 5 spots respectively, Avery Wick and Emaline Peeler both needed three sets to win their matches. In the No. 1 doubles contest, Sierra Dallugge and Claire Picone both played well to win 6-4, 6-2. The No. 2 team of Hayley Barton and Becca Hofheinz only gave up three games in their match. Macy Wood and Stacie Bernasconi rounded out the NU lineup in the No. 3 doubles match to win 6-1 and 7-6.

NU is at it again today at Granite Bay. Then again Thursday when it hosts Rocklin.

Jr. High girls basketball

Magnolia 37, Weimar 14

The Magnolia Lady Rattlers eighth-grade girls basketball team opened NCAL Tournament play with a hard fought 37-14 win over the visiting Weimar Warriors.

Kayla Toft led all scorers with 10 points. Katelyn Meylor had nine points and played tenacious defense. Karinne McDonald and Mallory Rath led in rebounding and each tossed in six points.

The Rattlers will face Lyman Gilmore in the championship game at 7:30 p.m. at Bear River High School Thursday.

Coaches may submit game reports by email at or by phone at 530-477-4232. Deadline for submission is 10 p.m. Monday through Friday and 5 p.m. Sunday.

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