LOCAL ROUNDUP: Marysville volleyball tops Lindhurst
Huskies, Lions also win
The Marysville High volleyball team dropped 13 aces and 19 kills in three games to cruise past Lindhurst in a Golden Empire League matchup at Lesta Joubert Gymnasium in Marysville on Tuesday.
Candice Hugi led the Indians with 13 kills and five aces as they went on to roll the Blazers 25-7, 25-13, 25-14.
Taylor Ferrari had three aces and 12 assists, Marimar Terriquez put up near equal numbers with three aces and 11 assists and Annie Wooten recorded six kills and two aces.
With the victory, the Indians improved to 9-8 overall and 5-4 in league.
The Marysville JV team beat Lindhurst 25-15, 25-6.
Kelsey Collins had 10 assists, seven aces and two kills, Savanna Harris recorded six aces and three kills and Kyla Thornburg finished with three kills and two aces for Marysville (9-6, 6-3).
Sutter 3, Winters 0
In Sutter — The Huskies improved to 2-0 in the Butte View League after topping Winters 25-11, 25-3, 25-22.
Ava Payton had seven kills and seven aces for Sutter (15-7), while Savannah Besso dropped four aces and dished out 17 assists. Erika Larsen added four kills for the Huskies.
The Sutter JV team beat Winters 25-11, 25-9 to improve to 2-0 in league.
Sara Stephenson led the team with six kills and seven aces, Taylor Cooper recorded six kills and Chloe Heap chipped in 10 assists.
The Sutter frosh team defeated Orland 19-25, 25-15, 15-10.
Faith Christian 3, Wilton Christian 0
In Yuba City — The Lions cruised to a Sacramento Metropolitan Athletic League victory over the Patriots at C.A. Summy Gymnasium.
Faith (7-8, 3-3) won by game scores of 25-15, 25-20 and 25-11, led by the play of Shon Ritchie who tallied 13 kills. Megan Evans dished out 15 assists and Olivia Reed was solid in the back row with seven digs.
Faith's JV squad defeated Paradise Adventist in a nonleague contest by game scores of 25-14 and 25-17. Abby Maddalena led the team in both aces and kills, while Emily Wolfgram and Sarah Verhalen each played well at setter for Faith (11-1).
Pierce 3, East Nicolaus 0
In Nicolaus — The Spartans completed their first cycle of Sacramento Valley League play with a 25-15, 25-12, 25-18 loss to the Bears.
Macie Walker led East Nicolaus (4-13, 2-4) with three blocks and two kills. Taylor Ferguson added six kills and three service aces.
East Nic's JV team lost 25-13, 25-20. Narissa Navarro recorded two kills and a block, while Asia Morrison added five digs.
New Life 3, Pine Hills 0
In Olivehurst — The Crusaders got nearly 30 service points from Elicia Villafranco, Kayleigh Ramirez and Belle Knight combined and cruised past Pine Hills 25-10, 25-2, 25-6 on Monday.
Rachel Whiteley and Hannah Hruska led New Life Christian (8-2, 4-0) at the net with six kills each in the nonleague match.
Live Oak 9, Mercy 0
In Live Oak — The Lions closed their regular season schedule with an easy SVL win.
In singles, Maria Long won in straight sets by game scores of 6-2, 7-5 to lead the Lions (14-1, 6-0).
Janet Acosta (6-0, 6-2), Bianca Perez (6-1, 6-0) and Bhupinder Nijjar (6-2, 6-1) all recorded straight-set victories as well for Live Oak.
Long teamed with Acosta for an 8-3 victory in doubles, followed by an 8-1 win by Perez and Nijjar.
Mercy forfeited three of the matches.
The SVL champions are off until Thursday, Oct. 18, when they will host the SVL tournament.
Yuba City 7, Pioneer 2
In Woodland — The Honkers took five singles matches from their Tri-County Conference foe and ended up taking two more matches in doubles to stay undefeated.
Hannah Poukish (6-0, 6-1), Amanda Perry (7-5, 6-2), Kristen Kent (6-1, 6-2), Kendell Cheim (6-3, 6-1) and Anisha Gill (6-1, 6-0) all won their singles matches.
Kaitlyn Lovell and Lunden Fletcher teamed up to win 2-6, 6-4, 10-4 in doubles, while Lauren Fletcher and Julia Wankmueller won 6-3, 6-0 for the Honkers (9-0, 7-0).
Woodland 255, River Valley 286
In Olivehurst — Senior Sylvia Chavez shot a 51 in her final home match and Andi Richmond carded a 53 as the Falcons came up short in their TCC match against the Wolves at Plumas Lake Golf & Country Club on Monday.
Lea Richmond and Mary Osborn both shot a 58 and Cameron Brennan fired a 66 to round out the scores for RV (5-4).
Faith Christian 3, Buckingham 1
In Vacaville — Sam Ithurburn recorded a goal and an assist and the Lions cruised past Buckingham Charter in a SMAL match.
Micah Atkins and Chase Gordon each added a goal, while Drew LeBlanc and Drew Tollenaar each recorded assists.
Chase Tollenaar had five saves at keeper for Faith (8-7-2, 3-0).
YC competes in Humboldt
In McKinleyville — Yuba City High's cross country team turned in some strong performances in the Clam Beach Invitational held in Humboldt County's Clam Beach Park on Saturday.
The Honker's varsity girls team placed second led by Kate Aldridge's time of 20 minutes, 13 seconds on the 3.1-mile course.
Aldridge time was good enough for fifth, while teammate Holly McAlister placed seventh in 20:25. Other Honker girls included Elena Collins (20th, 23:17), Aide Pinedo (27th, 24:18), Kelsey Mincer (34th, 25:48) and Justine Hernandez (43rd, 29:09).
The Honkers' varsity boys team placed sixth led by senior Matt Bailey's 23rd place performance in 18:28. He was followed by teammates Ali Adame (40th, 19:31), Shan Sarabia (41st, 19:32), Pablo Rodriguez (42nd, 19:55), Riley Horan (44th, 20:36), Jacob Sanchez (55th, 23:19) and Elliot Sanchez (58th, 25:19).
Representing Yuba City in the junior varsity races were Bryce Willoughby (32nd, 14:01), Billie Smith (16th, 20:53) and Courtney Giles (19th, 26:01) on a 2.05-mile course.
River Valley 7, Pioneer 2
In Yuba City — The Falcons fought back from a 2-0 deficit at halftime to earn a TCC victory over the Patriots at home on Monday.
Angel Lopez and Adrian Manriquez both scored two goals and Gustavo Patiño, Giovanny Huichipan and Alejandro Valencia added a goal each in the win for River Valley (2-1-7, 2-1-3).
Yuba City 2, Inderkum 0
In Natomas — Julian Chavez and Josh Contreras each scored a goal and the Honkers blanked Inderkum in a TCC match on Monday.
Oscar Moreno added an assist for the Honkers, which improved to 3-3-2 overall and 3-1-2 in conference.
YUBA MEN'S SOCCER
Napa 3, 49ers 2
In Linda — Eddie Hernandez and Jose Oregel each scored a goal, but the 49ers fell short in a Bay Valley Conference match against Napa.
With the loss, the 49ers slipped to 4-6-2 overall and 0-3-2 in conference.
YUBA WOMEN'S SOCCER
Solano 9, 49ers 2
In Fairfield — Janet Delcid and Yesenia Zarate scored a goal each and Shea Galaspey had an assist, but the Lady 49ers (0-6-3, 0-2-2) dropped their BVC match on the road.