San Ramon men's volleyball played Foothill at home Tuesday but the Falcons defeated the Wolves in all three games. Nevertheless the boys gave it their all. Key contributions were made by Tommy Crow, Will Rei, Travis Selland and Shane Hawkins. On Thursday, the boys played their last game of the season at Monte Vista. The Mustangs dominated in three of the four games, securing a victory over San Ramon.
Thomas Rugg was named East Bay Athletic League Diving Champion on Saturday. Rugg secured his placement after defeating the reigning 2007 EBAL Champion. He now goes on to compete in diving at the University of Hawaii.
With a team score of 388, San Ramon men's golf placed third in the NCS South Regional Qualifier on Monday at the Monarch Bay Golf Course. The team was led by Alex Calleja, who shot a 1-over-72 and finished as the second-low competitor. Cole Pickavance added a 76, followed by Mike Perchak's 78, Harrison Quinlan's 79 and Christian Ulmer's 83. The Wolves then advanced to the NCS Tournament of Champions on Monday at Franklin Canyon Golf Course.
Track and Field
San Ramon performed extremely well in the varsity EBAL Track and Field Championships on Thursday against Monte Vista, Foothill, Amador, Granada, Cal and Livermore. Key Performances included Blair Nasstrom and Brittany Allen tying for first with 4 feet 6 inches in the high jump; Lindsay Sherwood placing second with 15 feet 8.25 inches in the long jump; Tyler Rhodes placing first in pole vault with 11 feet 6 inches; Gordon Chow placing second in the 400 meters with 51.34 seconds; Bailey Weaver placing second in the 100 meters with 12.70 seconds; Bronze Adams placing second in the 200 meters with 26.19 seconds; Laura Charbonneau placing first in the 300 meter hurdles with 48.03 seconds; and Kevin Griffith placing first in the 800 meters with 1 minute 58.22 seconds.
After defeating Monte Vista on Friday, the Wolves men's lacrosse team was named EBAL champions. San Ramon went undefeated 12-0 in league this season and advanced to compete in the NCS Championship Series on Wednesday.
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