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Sorsensen ran 15 minutes, 27 seconds on the 3-mile course to take first-place honors, leading the Royals to the team title...Her time eclipsed the previous best by a Royal, Julianna Logan's 19:45. Santa Barbara's Ruth Hunter came in second in 18:52
Wtih five starters lost to ejections, the Chargers played five reserves and a back-up goalie and beat Huntington Beach, 11-10, to finish ninth in the tournament...It's nice to take down the third-ranked team in our division, said DP coach Chris
Goalie Sam Johnson made 13 saves and Drew Zecher had a goal and a team-high three steals for the Dons against Punahoa. Skyler Matthews and Tyler Heffernan each scored three goals in the game against The Bishops. The Dons return to Channel League play
Blake Parrish added three goals as the Chargers got up by six goals early in the match...Blake Parrish scored three goals and Paul Quintana scored the first goal of his career.
Instead, it's beating teams with solid ball control, defense, tough serving and finesse hitting. Dos Pueblos found that out Thursday night in the Channel League opener at Sovine Gym, as the Chargers fell victim to Santa Barbara's crafty play. The
The Dos Pueblos players stayed within their games and shots to have a successful day on the court, said DP coach Anita Patton. Saylor Yoos was subbed in and won her two matches with 6-0, 6-1 scores. In doubles, the team of Amber Sharpe and Helena Lee
Chris Wasjutin (53rd in 15:38) and Ian Wasjutin (54th in 15:39). Other members of the team were Tyler Bradford (16:01) and Sam Seibel (15:17).
Yesterday I gave the girls their scorecards from last year and they were pretty amazed at their high scores from last year. This year they were better, but still we struggled, DP coach Dan Choi said...Our sophomores did turn in a good performance all
The Chargers (2-5) struggled with their attack in a 25-22, 25-20, 22-25, 25-21 loss to visiting Valencia in a non-league match on Tuesday. We are working out the kinks and trying to find a little fight in our play, coach Todd Garrett said...Natalie
The Chargers, with all five players shooting in the 40s, fired a 204. That overcame the stellar rounds of Santa Barbara's Isabella Doub and Elennora DiCarlo...We knew that Isabella would be hard to beat and we weren't sure about Eleonora but knew