The American River College men's cross country team won its second consecutive title in the California Community College Cross Country Championship on Saturday at Woodward Park in Fresno.
ARC finished with 84 points, bettering second-place Glendale (96). The Beavers' Matt Airola won the individual state title with an average mile of five minutes, two seconds. He signed a letter of intent to run at Alabama beginning in the spring.
Trevor C. Horn
Hornets win in volleyball
Right-side hitter Kayla Beal had a match-high 20 kills, including three in the fifth set, and outside hitter Jessie Genger added 18 kills to lead Sacramento State to a 20-25, 25-20, 25-10, 23-25, 15-10 victory over Montana in a Big Sky Conference volleyball matchup at Colberg Court, Sac State reported.
The Hornets, who ended the regular season at 12-18 overall and 8-12 in the Big Sky, will learn their playoff fate Monday. The top six teams in the 11-member Big Sky qualify for the conference tournament next Friday and Saturday in Greeley, Colo. Sac State, which is a half-game behind sixth-place Montana State (8-11), needs host Montana to beat the Bobcats on Monday to earn a playoff spot.
No. 7 Hawaii (24-2, 16-0 Big West Conference) rolled to a 25-17, 25-23, 25-17 victory at UC Davis (16-14, 10-7), UCD reported.
Bee Sports staff
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