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Regional Digest: Sac State breezes to baseball victory

Published: Sunday, Apr. 14, 2013 - 12:00 am | Page 9C

Andrew Ayers and Chris Lewis had four RBIs each Saturday as Sacramento State routed host New Mexico State 16-4, according to the New Mexico State athletics website.

The Hornets (20-15, 6-5 Western Athletic Conference) broke it open with a four-run seventh. Nathan Lukes and Lewis doubled in two runs each in the inning. The Aggies fell to 19-16 and 5-6.

• UC Davis (11-21, 0-8 Big West Conference) lost for the ninth time in 10 games, 6-4 to host Long Beach State, UCD reported.

Jake Stassi (Yuba City High School) allowed three runs in 7 1/3 innings for the win for the Dirtbags (15-18, 5-3).

Brooks pitches Sac State to win over Weber State

• Caitlin Brooks threw a two-hitter and struck out a career-high 11 to lead host Sac State over Weber State 7-0 in a Big Sky softball game, according to the Sac State athletics website.

Nicole Clark had two RBIs for the Hornets (20-16, 5-4)..

Earlier, the Wildcats (8-32, 3-9) won 6-4 in a 15-inning game suspended because of darkness Friday.

• Chandler Wagner had four RBIs, and Justine Vela threw a three-hitter as UC Davis beat host UC Santa Barbara 8-0 to open a Big West doubleheader, according to the UCD athletics website.

The Aggies knocked out Gauchos starter Shelby Wisdom (Elk Grove High School) in the first, scoring four runs.

In the second game, Santa Barbara (24-16, 5-5) won 1-0. Wisdom tripled in the fourth and scored on Keilani Jennings' single.

Sac State men win team title in Mondo Challenge

• The host Sac State men and BYU women won the team titles at the Mondo Mid-Major Challenge track and field meet, Sac State reported.

Paul Lyons led the Hornets' men, winning the 110-meter hurdles (14.21 seconds) and 400 hurdles (53.02). UC Davis' Ethan Ostrom won the pole vault (17 feet, 2 3/4 inches).

On the women's side, Sac State placed second. The Hornets' Sakya Bolton won the 100 hurdles (13.84), Alanna Coker won the triple jump (38-9), and they tied for second in the long jump (18-8 1/2). UC Davis finished third, led by Ashley Marshall, who won the 100 (11.64) and ran on the victorious 4x100 relay team (a school-record 45.18).

• Alabama's Diondre Batson (Laguna Creek High School, American River College) ran the world's fastest 100 this year, a personal-best 10.06 at the Spec Towns National Team Invitational in Athens, Ga. The time is the third-best in Alabama history.

– Bee Sports staff, Trevor Horn, Special to The Bee

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