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Oakmont bounces back, spikes Del Campo in volleyball

Woodcreek to host Dig Pink match Tuesday; Vikings' Gedeon shoots 1 under par in CVC match
By: Staff reports
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Oakmont High School’s volleyball team bounced back from a loss to perennial power Christian Brothers with a 3-0 sweep of Del Campo in a Capital Valley Conference match Thursday night at Oakmont.

Junior middle blocker Maura Uebner led the Vikings (16-10, 2-1 CVC) with seven kills and four blocks in the 25-10, 25-8, 25-9 victory. Junior outside hitter Emily Larson also had seven kills.

Junior setter Brennah Gladwill had 26 assists and served nine of Oakmont’s 14 aces, and senior libero Sophi Lozano had 14 digs.

Nevada Union 3, Roseville 0 — Jennifer Simon led the Tigers (11-14, 1-2 SFL) with eight kills and Kelsey Starr had five in a 25-17, 25-20, 25-19 loss to the Miners in Grass Valley. Kali Lauhon continued her strong play with 26 assists, five digs, four blocks and an ace. Corinne Smith entered in the third game and provided a lift with two kills.

“It seems to be our pattern that we have lapses where we give away a lot of points in a row that hurt us,” Tigers coach Ron Grove said in an e-mail. “We do have some sparks of life and can play well.”

Valley Christian 3, Sacramento Adventist 1 — The host Lady Lions (9-4, 4-1 SMAL) converted 90 of their 96 service attempts, including a season-high 17 aces, in their 25-23, 21-25, 25-9, 25-21 victory Tuesday.

Junior Erin Patterson had 13 digs and seven aces, junior Emily Flood had 12 kills and five aces, and senior Heather Frank had 33 assists and three aces among her 16 service points. Sophomore HaeLeigh Sinerius had 17 digs.

Dig Pink at Woodcreek — Woodcreek will be host to Del Oro in a Dig Pink match Tuesday. The JV match begins at 5 p.m., followed by the varsity match at 6.

The matches will be dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness. There will be a raffle for prizes, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to Breast Cancer Research.
For information, contact Woodcreek coach Brian Jew at bjew@rjuhsd.us.

Girls golf

Oakmont 264, Del Campo 289 — Maddie Gedeon shot a 1-under-par 36 to help the Vikings beat the Cougars at Mather. Nicki Holm shot a 42 for Oakmont.

Roseville drops two — The Tigers lost to Rocklin 231-275 on Tuesday at Whitney Oaks and to Nevada Union 215-251 on Thursday at Sierra View. Virgie Velazquez shot a 6-over 41 against Rocklin and was the medalist against Nevada Union with a 2-over 37. Bailey McMillin shot a 49 against Rocklin.

Girls tennis

Roseville 7, Woodcreek 2 — The Tigers (11-5, 3-3 SFL) bounced back from a loss to league power Granite Bay with a victory at Woodcreek. Team captain Kira Magnusson and Uju Ukaegbu won their matches at No. 3 and No. 5 singles, and Roseville used service placement and groundstrokes to sweep the Timberwolves in doubles.

Oakmont 8, Rio Linda 1 — The Vikings improved to 5-4 overall with the victory.

Girls water polo

Granite Bay 6, Rocklin 5 — Junior goalie Sara Northam made 15 saves and senior Julianna Rowe scored a season-high four goals to lift the host Grizzlies (4-4 SFL) past the Thunder.

Sophomore Grace Reego scored two goals, including the winner with less than three minutes left. Rowe, Reego and Hayley McAvoy each had two steals and Jolie Rogers one. Granite Bay shut out Rocklin in the third quarter after trailing 4-2 at halftime.

“I’m so proud how our team has grown and improved in the last few weeks,” Grizzlies coach Genna Masters said.