LOCAL ROUNDUP: Yuba College men's soccer suffers first loss
The Yuba College men's soccer team suffered its first setback of the season with a 2-1 loss to Modesto at home on Tuesday afternoon.
The match was tied at 1 apiece late before Modesto scored the game-winning goal with just a minute left to play in regulation.
"Everyone played great today," Yuba coach Imed Dossy said. "We played great soccer in the second half, but we gave up a goal on a mental mistake."
Dario Teyes scored in the second half for the lone goal for the 49ers, which slipped to 1-1-1 on the season with the loss.
Yuba picked up its first victory with a 4-2 win over Shasta College on Saturday in Redding.
Gabriel Vazquez scored two goals, and Rudy Madrigal and Mike Owen added one each in the victory.
River Valley 3, Antelope 0
In Yuba City — The Falcons cruised to a 25-15, 26-16, 25-21 victory over Antelope to improve to 2-0 on the season.
Taylor Massengale recorded 10 kills and three blocks at the net, while Amrita Dale dished out 10 assists and had three aces. Sierra Pedley also dropped three aces and contributed with 10 digs.
McKenzie Skyberg added nine assists for River Valley.
The Falcons' JV team topped Antelope 25-16, 25-21 and the frosh team edged out a 25-19, 25-23 win.
Marysville 3, Live Oak 0
In Marysville — The Indians improved to 3-2 on the year with a 25-6, 25-5, 25-14 rout of the Lions.
Marysville's Taylor Ferrari dropped four aces, dished out five assists and recorded two digs, while Holly Tarr had four aces, three digs and two kills.
Marimar Terriquez delivered four aces and two assists, while Brooke Bigley led the team with 13 digs.
The Indians' JV team won 25-12, 25-17 thanks to Kelsey Collins, who finished with seven aces and four assists, Ashley Adamson, who dropped five aces, and Savanna Harris, who had two kills and two assists.
The Marysville frosh team rolled 25-9, 25-23.
Diana Foster had two kills, Sam Vantress had two assists and three digs and Katy Terriquez recorded four digs and three aces.
Wheatland 3, Los Molinos 2
In Los Molinos — Jamie Adams doled out 20 assists, Kirstin Johnson recorded nine kills and five aces and the Pirates scraped by Los Molinos in a 19-25, 25-14, 23-25, 25-17, 15-6 victory.
Kassidy Heuvelhorst scored on seven kills and Mikayla McLanahan recorded three digs for Wheatland (3-1).
Yuba City 1, Rocklin 0
In Yuba City — Donovan Guzman scored on an assist from Erick Uribe and the Honkers completed the shutout over Rocklin.
Victor Alcantar was credited with an outstanding game in goal by coach Sean Nelson.
"He had a bunch of big saves for us," he said. "He played great."
Also mentioned was Michael Chavez and Omar Gonzalez on the backline for Yuba City (2-2).
The Honkers' JV team also beat Rocklin 2-1 behind goals from Alredo Orejel and Joshua Contreras.
Live Oak 9, Sutter 0
In Sutter — It was another straight-set victory for the Lions where only three games were dropped in singles matches.
Lucero Topete won 6-1, 6-1 and Jacque Mullen finished with a 6-0, 6-1 victory for Live Oak (5-0), while the rest of the players completed with clean sheets.
Crystal Rodriguez, Aisha Khan, Clarissa Herrera and Lupe Chavez all won 6-0, 6-0.
In doubles, Rodriguez and Herrera teamed up to win 8-1, 8-1, Khan and Chavez rolled 8-2 and Lindsey Hovey and Mishu Gulati cruised 8-1.
Wheatland 8, Mercy 1
In Wheatland — The Pirates upped their record to 1-3 in the season with a win over Mercy of Red Bluff.
Alyssa Kreditor (6-3, 7-5), Alice Raser (6-0, 6-0), Elizabeth Hammond (6-3, 7-5), Morgan Calkins (6-4, 6-4) and Beth Meyers (6-3, 6-0) each recorded singles wins for Wheatland.
Raser and Nada Bakkak also teamed up for an 8-0 win in doubles play for the Pirates, who won two matches by forfeit.
Inderkum 278, Yuba City 314
In Olivehurst — The Honkers came up short to Tri-County Conference foe Inderkum in their season opener at Plumas Lake Golf & Country Club.
Dana Piper and Beth Hastey each shot a 61.
Faith Chr. 2, Paradise Adv. 0
In Paradise — The Lions improved to 3-0 on the season after a 25-9, 25-11 victory over Paradise Adventist.
Katie Jacenich and Brie Currier were both credited with strong games at the net.