Kali Sargent posts 14th victory for Sacramento City
Here is a breakdown on some Carson Valley athletes who have graduated from high school and now compete in college:
KALI SARGENT — Sacramento City College, 2015 Douglas graduate: Sargent logged her 14th win of the season Tuesday with a complete-game five-hitter to beat Santa Rosa, 2-1, in a Big 8 Conference contest at The Yard in Sacramento. The freshman right-hander allowed one run in the first inning and finished with eight strikeouts with no walks. The Panthers scored twice in the sixth inning to win the game. Sargent also pitched a seven-hitter to earn a 4-2 win against Sierra College Saturday in Rocklin, Calif. Sacramento City rallied to score three runs in the sixth and seventh innings. She also pitched six innings in the second game and came away with a no-decision as the Panthers won 8-5 in nine innings. Sargent improved her season record to 14-2 (one save) with a 1.46 ERA in 110.1 innings. Sacramento City leads the conference with an 8-1 record (20-5-1 overall).
JAMES TENBROECK — Point Loma Nazarene University (San Diego), 2012 Douglas graduate: Tenbroeck was recognized as Point Loma’s Athlete of the Week Tuesday after he went 3-0 in doubles and 2-1 in singles during a stretch in which the Sea Lions played three matches in four days. Tenbroeck picked up wins in singles and doubles on March 22 against Portland State in a 6-3 Point Loma victory. He came back with a straight-set singles win on March 24 against Concordia in Costa Mesa, Calif. In doubles, Tenbroeck and partner Martin Blaho lost their first match against No. 2 nationally ranked (NCAA Division II) Hawaii Pacific on Feb. 29, but have won nine straight since then.
KALEB FOSTER — University of Nevada, 2015 Douglas graduate: Foster went 1-for-3 with one run scored as the Wolf Pack’s designated hitter in a 6-5 win against UNLV last Friday in Las Vegas. The Wolf Pack swept the three-game series.
TRACK AND FIELD
COLTON WAGGONER — Yuba College, 2014 Douglas graduate: Waggoner placed second in the men’s discus with a personal record throw of 169-5 last weekend at the American River College Invitational in Sacramento. The throw improved his previous best by nearly two feet. Waggoner also placed fifth in the hammer throw at 157-5.
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