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Published: Thursday, Sep. 27, 2012 - 12:00 am | Page 8C
Last Modified: Thursday, Sep. 27, 2012 - 5:52 pm

Granite Bay's boys end Vista del Lago's soccer streak

Granite Bay snapped Vista del Lago's 38-match unbeaten streak by topping the Eagles 2-1 on Sept. 19 in a boys soccer match in Folsom.

Dominic Scott and Felipe Zegarra scored for Granite Bay; Brent Zavada had Vista del Lago's goal.

Granite Bay handed Vista del Lago its last loss, 5-2 on Aug. 31, 2010.

Last year, the teams played to a 4-4 tie, and Vista del Lago went on to win its second consecutive Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV championship in finishing 18-0-1.

Granite Bay lost to Bella Vista in the D-II final on penalty kicks.

• McClatchy's defense, anchored by senior goalie Carter Giroux, has allowed only one goal in 10 matches.

• Senior Morgan Bennett-Smith has 19 goals and five assists in 10 matches for Sacramento Country Day.

Oakmont's Gedeon wins in CVC golf

Oakmont senior Madelin Gedeon, the reigning Capital Valley Conference MVP, shot a 5-under-par 67 to win medalist honors at Monday's CVC Tournament at Haggin Oaks.

Gedeon was 18 strokes best.

Christian Brothers finished first in the team competition with a 510, three strokes better than second-place Del Campo.

• Rocklin's Camille Wagg shot a 2-under 33 to lead the Thunder past Granite Bay 199-225 in a nine-hole Sierra Foothill League match at Whitney Oaks on Tuesday.

Grizzlies second in water polo tourney

Granite Bay's boys water polo team lost to Clovis North 10-9 in sudden death in the championship game of the Woodcreek Tournament on Saturday at the Roseville Aquatics Complex.

Max Vigeant, who had two goals in the final, scored five goals each in earlier tournament wins over Bella Vista, Sonora and Oak Ridge.

• Josh Jordan scored five goals and Dallen Eddenfield four as El Camino placed third at Woodcreek with a 12-4 win over Oak Ridge. El Camino lost 10-8 to Clovis North in the semifinals.

Davis freshman wins girls 5K race

Davis freshman Fiona O'Keefe finished first in a time of 19 minutes, 44 seconds to win the girls varsity 5K race at the Yolo County Cross Country Championships in Woodland.

Lauren LaRocco (19:46), Miranda Myers (19:56) and Madison Rawson (20:18) placed second through fourth to lead St. Francis to the team title.

Paul Holden of Ukiah won the boys race in 16:33. Toby Qualls (17:02) finished second in leading the Placer boys to the team title.

– Bill Paterson

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