Prep roundup: Ray nets four, Falcons top Delta
Forest Lake Christian boys soccer player Logan Ray notched himself a hat trick and some Tuesday, as the Falcons knocked of Delta, 6-3 in a Central Valley California League face off.
Ray’s four goals were enough for the win, but Hunter Seman and Scott Gauthier added goals for good measure. Seman also had three assist in the win.
Coming up big in the win was sophomore Daniel Marriott with three assists.
Anchoring the defense was Luke Jordan, Tyler Yound, Sean Kadera and goalie Kyle Soria.
The victory was made all the more sweet, because Delta had beat FLC twice last season including a 4-3 heartbreaker on the Falcons’ homecoming.
Granite Bay 6, Nevada Union 3
The Miners dropped their Sierra Foothill League match with Granite Bay Tuesday, falling by three to a very tough Grizzlies team.
Scoring for Nevada Union was David Mateos, Pedro Spegiorin and Ben Beltran.
The Miners are back at it Thursday against Del Oro.
JV: Granite Bay 3, Nevada Union 1
The Miners fell to the Grizzlies Tuesday, netting just one goal in the process.
Julian Telles tallied the only goal for NU.
Bruins mix it up at Stanford Invitational
At the Stanford Cross Country Invitational, Bear River entered nine of their top runners in the competition and came home with several respectable finishes.
Competing in the boys Division IV 5K race was junior Brandon Murphy, Patrick Gillis, Justin Dooley and J.T. Miller. Murphy crossed the finish line in a time of 18 minutes and 2.2 seconds. Right on Murphy’s heels was sophomore Gillis with a time of 18:02.5. Dooley, a freshmen, finished with a time of 21:13.2, and Miller, a sophomore, rounded out Bear River’s boys with a time of 22:29.2. There were a total of 246 runners in the race.
In the girls 5K race, Sierra Mitchell, the only senior on the Lady Bruins team this year, ran a 20:53.4, bettering her time from last year by almost a full minute on the same course. Finishing out the Lady Bruins were freshman Vivian Chavez at 22:41.8, junior Jessica Meylor 23:10.3, sophomore Cecilia Malik 24:45.1 and junior Taylor Autrey 28:06.0. There were a total of 222 competitors in the girls race.
The Bruins will race this Saturday at Foresthill in the Wildfire Invitational.
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