-6 - SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 2004 SPORTS . Hie tJMt.daily Journal LOCAL SPORTS CALENDAR ,-f REP WRESTLING r 'Ukmh (Jacob Chavez, Tim Ramos, •Justin Dygert) at GIF State Meet •(Brtkersfield), 9 a.m. .;JC BASEBALL •Mendocino at Niipa Valley. I p.m. •"• PREP BASEBALL 1 "Fort Bragg at Ukiah varsity (scrimmage), 11 a.m. PREP SOFTBALL •Ukiah Crash at Point Arena varsity (DH), 11 a.m./2 p.m. PREP TRACK & FIELD •Ukiah at San Rafael Twilight. 6:30 ,.n.m. ,CLUB LACROSSE 1 «Ukiah at Mendocino. I p.m. , : UKIAH SPEEDWAY ••Motocross practice, 9:30 a.m. 'Sunday, March 7 "''URIAH SPEEDWAY •Motocrossrace.10a.nl. UKIAH SPEEDWAY Motocross race, 10 a.m. COMMUNITY SPORTS DIGEST 'Ukiah Lions Youth .Football and Cheer ^Awards Night ,r The Ukiah Lions Youth Football and Cheer Awards /. Night will be held March 6 ,'from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the .TJkiah High School ' Cafetorium. The Awards Night is for all '•participants in the' program and their families. CYO basketball 'playoffs. Ukiah High School will host a series of CYO basketball playoff games on March '.'7, from 10 a,m. to 4 p.m. 'Special Oympics 'Benefit Dinner ; . The Mendocino County 'Special Olympics will be holding a benefit dinner at Mario's Ristorante Italiano in'.' Jledwood Valley on March 10 fa-8:30 p.m.). ; : * Make reservations early by Vcalling Chris at 468-3800. ^Seating is limited. ^Savings Bank jSt. Patrick's Day ^Scramble f r. The 50th annual Savings £JBank St. Patrick's Day rjScramble Golf Tournament is ^slated for March 13 at Ukiah rJjjMunicipal Golf Course. The entry fee is $35 and ^registrants form their own teams. The first 20 teams of |nive members will play. All Proceeds benefit St. Mary's School. Lunch will be catered by jjrtthe St. Mary's School eighth- rfgrade parents immediately jjfollowing the tournament in Xthe Todd Grove Room. Tee time is set for 8:30 ,m. (shotgun start). Over £$1,000 in team prizes will be * p for grabs. For more information, ^contact Paul Shimmin at 462.6613. Pony/Colt League tryouts * ' The Ukiah Pony and Colt baseball leagues will be holding tryouts for Pony teams (13-14-year-olds) on Saturday, March 13, and Sunday, March 14, beginning at 10 a.m. each day. i In the event of rain, there will be one tryout held on ^Saturday, March 20. £ Anyone who has not feigned up and wishes to do so pay do it then. For more information, contact Kris at 468-3800. fcirls Youth [Softball League Ukiah Service Girls wjjlbe soon, - -The City, Community^! Department's, YowtttSoftball getting under.._, .,_,., Participants may register individually and will be placed on teams according to their grade 'level. League play begins i« "early April and will ftrun through May. Each team will play at least 10 gaines. Cost is $45 per player (sibling dis- See DIGEST, Page 7: PREP WRESTLING I Clf STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP Chavez knocked off in quarterfinals Jeff dispersed/Dully Journal Ukiah senior Jacob Chavez battles Oakland High's Scott Zedd in first-round action at Friday's state wrestling meet. By JEFF CASPERSEN, Jr. The Daily Journal BAKERSFIELD - A second-period pin in a quarterfinal match cost Ukiah senior Jacob Chavez a shot at a California Interscholastic Federation wrestling championships at Bakersfield's Centennial Garden and Convention Center Friday. Palo Verde senior Ernie Shaw knocked Chavez off, sending the Wildcats senior to the consolation bracket when action resumes this morning. The best Chavez can fare now is a third-place finish. Chavez's path to the quarterfinal included a first- round win by fall (3:12) over Oakland High's Scott Zedd and a 9-1 decision over Ayala senior Nick Ketelsleger, who entered the state tournament ranked fourth in California. Fresh off a disappointing second-place finish at last week's North Coast Section championships, Chavez entered the GIF affair under a cloud of extreme determination. In last week's heavyweight finale, De La Salle's Matt Drazba scored a late deuce to topple Chavez, who led 1-0 entering the third period. Drazba won the match 2-1. "That sucked," Chavez recollected. "I slipped up. It was pathetic. I had it and I just relaxed a little bit and slipped." Though disappointing, the loss has seemingly recali- brated Chavez's approach for the better, despite the quarterfinal setback. "I'm not going to watch any more matches," he said. "I've got to give it 110 percent." Seniors Justin Dygert and Tim Ramos suffered early exits Friday. Dygert, a 103-pounder, saw his high school career come to an end after a pair of losses. A first-round defeat to Farmersville sophomore Pedro Olea (4-2 decision) and a 10-5 consolation setback versus Fremont sophomore Filip Novachkov. Ramos, Ukiah's lone North Coast Section champion (160 pounds), ended his prep career with a 0-2 showing at state. The senior dropped his opening-round match against Ontario senior Kwabena Agyeman by the slimmest of margins, 8-7. Ramos was then decisioned . by Coalinga sophomore Matt Boger (11-3) in the second round. Chavez was disappointed to see his teammates fall from contention on Day 1. "I kind of wanted somebody to be with me," the heavyweight said before lauding the feats of a fellow Wildcat state qualifier. "I'm especially proud of Tim. He won NCS. That's a major accomplishment." The wrestling resumes this morning at 9 a.m. with third-round consolation action. Notes: This year marks the first time the GIF has used Bakersfield,s Centennial Garden as the site for its state meet. From 1987 through 2003, the state meet was held at the University of the Pacific'. Spanos Center. However, its 6,100 seating capacity was outgrown by the meet's popularity. The Garden is home to the Bakersfield Condos, a professional hockey team, the Bakersfield Blitz Arena Football League team and Cal-State Bakersfield basketball. PREP USEUUI MONTGOMERY 12, OKIAH 0 Ukiah shut out in first home game Amy Wellnilz/Uully Journal Broin gets a hit against Montgomery In yesterday's game. Ukiah went scoreless and dropped to 1-1. Ukiah's inexperience shows in shutout Damlan Sebouhian The Dally Journal UKIAH-The Ukiah High School varsity baseball team (l-l) was humbled by visiting Montgomery 12-0 Friday afternoon. "We've got a young team this year." Coach Dennis Busse explained. "They played very tentatively today and committed quite a few errors." Ukiah went through four pitchers in the game, starting with Jacob Aiken who gave up one run in the first. Akiken was then replaced by Tallamo in the second who gave up four runs in that inning and seven more in the proceeding innings until he was replaced by Skitturo in the sixth. Billy Muzio closed the game in the seventh ard was the only pitcher of the .our to give up no runs. Tim Chad batted 3-for-4 in the loss and Charlie Marrow finished 2-for-2. Ukiah's next game is away against Cardinal Newman this Wednesday, March 10. CITY LEAGUE BASKETBALL Jack Spilman All-Stars take down Fetzer The Jack Spilman General Engineering All-Stars won an aggressive game against Fetzer, 20-14 in the third and fourth-grade boys division. Garrett Johnson and Andres Flores led the All- Stars in scoring with eight points each. Will hale was close behind with seven points. Dalton Hosmer and Bobby Ricetti played hard in the second half, each scoring two points. The All-Stars (5-2) also had great defensive performances by Chad Martinson and Theron Harvey. Tyler Irwin and Paul Steliga will return next week. LOCAL SPORTS ii St Mary's trounces St. Johns The St. Mary's Junior High girls basketball team finished the last game of the regular season in high-flying fashion, defeating host St. Johns Healdsburg 38-13 on Saturday, Feb 28. Gaby Kong led St Mary's in scoring with 11 points. Halley Todd scored eight points and ashley Villagomes and Annaly Torrez each scored six. Annaly Torrez led her team in rebounding with 12. Mele Pateta and Mylee Borecky each grabbed four boards. St Mary's next game will be in the playoffs this Sunday, March 7 at the Ukiah High School auditorium. MENDOCINO 5, SANTA ROSA 3 The Eagles take care of Santa Rosa Daily Journal SANTA ROSA - Visiting Mendocino defeated Santa Rosa 5-3 in men's JC baseball action Friday, March 5. Gregg Buschmann got the win, pitching eight solid innings, allowing three runs and nine hits. Santa Rosa took the initial lead in the first inning with one run, but remained scoreless until the sixth when they scored twice. Mendocino tied the game 1-1 in the second and took the lead in the fifth with two runs. Another two runs in the sixth sealed the victory. Billy Shaul batted 2-for-3 with three RBI's. Phil Lopez was 2-for-5 and Andy Johnson finished 2-for-4. Mendocino recorded 11 hits in all, with everyone in the lineup hitting at least once. Mendocino is 1-1 in league play and 3-6 overall. It's next game is Saturday, March 6 at Napa Valley College. Its next home game is on Tuesday, March 8 at 2:30 p.m. against Los Medanos College.
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