The Chico State Men’s Golf Team began its season on Monday and Tuesday with a third place finish at the Sonoma State Men’s Invite.
The Wildcats as a team finished 28-over-par to tie with Cal State Monterey Bay. Sonoma State finished the second two shots below Chico State and Cal State San Marcos shot the first 15-over-par.
Chico State’s Christopher Cola finished second on the individual leaderboard with a 3-under-par 207. After shooting 71 and 70 in the first two rounds, Kola took a six-place lead in the final round after shooting 66.
Travis Miller finished second and 20th overall for Chico State, with a three-round total of 219, and Tyler Ashman and Kyle Katz were tied at 223.
Chico State will next compete at the Western Washington Invitational September 27-28.
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Chico State on the PLNU Sea Lion Invitational: Chico State shot a 66-over-par to finish eighth as a team in the two-day tournament on Monday and Tuesday. Cal State San Marcos finished first in the tournament with 21 overs to spare.
Chico State’s Trinity Hernánez finished seventh with a 7-over-par 151 and Taylor Stewart scored a 20-over-par 163.
Chico State competes next Monday and Tuesday at the Birdie Fest Invite in San Rafael.
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Butte 4, Evergreen Valley 3: Butte scored two goals in each half to beat Evergreen Valley on the road on Tuesday.
Quentin Ben-Jon scored two goals for the Roadrunners, and Juan Monge Allu and Alexander Strom added one goal each.
Sander Trevor, Allu and Idris Obrik both received assists for Butte. The Roadrunner’s goalkeeper made seven saves in 10 shots on Evergreen Valley’s goal.
Butte (3-1-1) plays Hartnell College at Butte College the following Friday at 2 p.m.
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American River 2, Butte 0: Butt got lost on the road on Tuesday. American Rivers scored one goal in each half, and goalkeepers Gabby Adams and Katie Matthews scored four goals each for the Beavers.
No statistics were recorded for Butte.
Butte (2-2) will play against Sacramento City College at home next Friday at 4 p.m.
Prep Girls Tennis
Chico 9, Pleasant Valley 0: Peggy Sittanggang, Skylar Granlund, Aubrey Leland, Addison Fowles, Claire Schaefer and Kylie Morehead all won in singles for the Panthers on Tuesday.
In doubles, Sittangang teamed with Alexa Agnew to win 8–1 in doubles, Erica Matson and Kylie Leal won 8–1, and Taylor Seidenstriker teamed with Summer Sun to win 8–0. Of.
Pleasant Valley (3-2, 1-1 Eastern Athletic League) plays at home against Red Bluff at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.
Chico (3-0, 2-0 EAL) plays in Shasta after 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
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Chico State 10, Holy Name 0: The Wildcats scored four goals in the first half and six in the second half as they beat Holy Names 36-2 on Monday.
In the first half, Summer Baron, Susana Garcia, Camille Lidster and Emily Bilena scored a goal each for Chico State. Belena scored her second goal in the second half, Amber Nunes scored a pair, and Kelly Litchfield, Maddie Wilson and Caitlin Carlton scored a goal each for the Wildcats.
Chico State’s seven goals came from his bench.
The Wildcats recorded 12 assists. Lister recorded two instrumentals, and Baron, Carlton, Litchfield, Nicole Fairbanks, Natalie Mendoza, Kylie Rowling, Sarah Speros, Madison Knoll, Alexei Vonsolos and Taylor Russell each recorded one.
Two saves were made in the net for Chico State goalkeeper Emma Hoffman.
Chico State (3-1) plays at Dominican University in San Rafael later this afternoon on Thursday.
Prep Field Hockey
Pleasant Valley 2, Bella Vista 1: Riley Kucich and Brooklyn Longueira scored a goal each in a road win for PV. Longueira assisted Kuchich’s goal, and Kuchich assisted Longueira’s goal.
Goal for PV Taylor Burge recorded a save in the first half, before Savannah Cresswell captured in the second half and recorded two saves.
PV (3-0) hosts Davis Senior High School on Fridays at 5 p.m.
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