Del Oro Sports Roundup

Lady Eagles go 4-1 in first half
By: Staff report
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The Del Oro High School Lady Eagles volleyball team completed the first half of Sierra Foothill League play last week with a 4-1 record. Thanks to a 25-19, 20-25, 25-14, 25-21 win over Woodcreek, the Lady Eagles finished the first half deadlocked with both Rocklin and Granite Bay for SFL leadership, all tied with 4-1 records. In the win over Woodcreek, Morgan Lees had a fine all-around match as she registered 13 kills, 18 digs, 10 points served and three aces. Also playing well for the winners were Stephanie Solich who added nine kills and Tatum Jungsten who collected seven and was also 13-for-14 serving. Megan Hentschke was outstanding in the back row with 20 digs and she added an ace, while Amy Heyn passed out 34 assists. Girls Water Polo 4th at Tourney Continuing their outstanding play, the Del Oro girls varsity water polo team captured 4th place in last weekend’s 32-team Western States tournament, played in Modesto. The Lady Eagles went 3-2 in the tournament, with wins over Oakdale, 8-3; Tamalpais, of Mill Valley, 9-4; and Lodi, 7-6. The team’s lone losses were close setbacks to Bay Area powers Monte Vista, 6-5, and San Ramon Valley, 6-5. Highlights for Del Oro included Michal Andreatta and Courtney Weddle scoring four and three goals respectively in each the Oakdale and Tamalpais matches. Morgan Callahan and Ryllie Haynes also added goals in the Oakdale win. In last week’s Sierra Foothill League action, the Lady Eagles dunked Rocklin, 12-0, with Hannah Jarvis, Holly Jarvis and Lacie Green all scoring. Frosh Spikers Down Woodcreek Tayler Moore and Audrey Stoddard sparked the offense last week as the Del Oro Frosh volleyball team notched a 23-25, 25-18, 15-12 win over Woodcreek in Sierra Foothill League play. Moore collected eight kills, while Stoddard added four. In the serving department, both Lida Landre and Kylie Hentschke chipped in with three aces apiece. Tamsen Feyder also added six digs for the Lady Eagles, who are now 4-1 in SFL matches and 18-3 overall.