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Sports - April 11, 2008

San Ramon Valley High sports wrapup

by Kaity Ferretti

Women's lacrosse

San Ramon Valley lost to Cal High on Tuesday night, April 1, with a score of 11-14. This makes the women's lacrosse record 1 win and 3 losses. Although the Wolves lost, their home field advantage assisted in their remarkable comeback in the first half. Cal was ahead by 8 points and the Wolves managed to tie up the game. Offensive junior Amanda Cross scored 6 of the 11 goals, and junior goalie Katherine Herzog blocked 12 scoring attempts from Cal. On Friday night, the Wolves played Foothill in an away game and won with a score of 10-9.

Men's lacrosse

The Wolves dominated with a score of 12-2 in an away game vs. Cal High on Tuesday night. Offensive senior Tom Reyda scored 2 goals along with offensive senior, Cam Giroux, who scored 3. Senior goalie Chris DeCarr played extremely well and blocked the vast majority of Cal's attempts on goal. This winning match makes the men's lacrosse record 9 wins and 3 losses. On Friday night, the wolves played Foothill at home and won with a score of 15-3.

Baseball

The Wolves played Amador on Wednesday. They lost to the Dons with a score of 8-4, making their current record 7 wins and 6 losses. Although the Wolves lost, the boys preformed well. Pitcher Ryan Palsha had a good game and third baseman Bobby Geren scored 2 hits. The Wolves played Granada on Friday night and lost with a score of 10-1.

Softball

The Wolves played Amador at San Ramon on Tuesday. The game stretched to 11 innings, but the wolves lost in a tiebreaker with a score of 8-7. The girls played exceptionally well, including Devon Bridges who scored a triple and Brittany Baker who tied up the game with a run. The girls played Granada on Thursday and won with a score of 5-0. The girl's record now sits at 1 win and 1 loss.

Men's tennis

The Wolves brought their season record to 7 wins and 4 losses when they played Amador on Tuesday and won with a score of 5-4. Bryan Cox, Kelson Quan and Craig Rothstein all won their singles matches. Doubles team Russ Baldocci and Dan Pottorff won 2 out of 2 matches. Also doubles team Ryan Oliver and Taylor Atterbury won 2 out of 3 matches. The boys beat Granada 6-3 on Thursday.

Men's volleyball

Men's volleyball played Castro Valley on Tuesday. The Wolves won all three games, making this their first league win of the season and their record 1 win and 5 losses. The team played well together as shown by the many assists made by Russel Reeve and the points scored by Will Rei and Tommy Crow. The boys played Foothill in an away match on Thursday, but lost all three games by a small point margin.

Swimming

The Wolves swim team had a meet against Cal High on Friday. Both the girls and the boys teams won. The girls varsity 200 medley, which consists of Miranda Schneider, Keri George, Kirstyn Colonias and Taylor Munk, performed well. Likewise, the boy's varsity 200 medley showed extreme skill, too.

Track and field

The Wolves track team competed against Cal High on Thursday. Both the girls and the boys beat the Grizzlies. The Varsity girls 4/1 relay team, which consists of Lindsay Sherwood, Marielle Sheppel, Bronze Adams and Bailey Weaver, beat Cal by a matter of seconds. The varsity boys 4/1 relay got disqualified after stepping out of their boundaries during their hand-off. Despite setbacks the wolves prevailed against Cal High.

Comments

Posted by sexy little bear, a resident of San Ramon Valley High School
on Apr 14, 2008 at 10:36 pm

This journalist is amazing! I wish she was my girlfriend!