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23 Mar 19
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23 Mar 19
The Reporter
The Will C. Wood High softball team erupted for three runs in the fifth inning and five more in the sixth to overcome a 2-0 deficit and defeat visiting Fairfield 8-2 on Thursday. The Wildcats are now atop the Monticello Empire League standings at 3-0. Fairfield is 0-3. Gabby Fortney was 2-for-3, Crista Young 2-for-2 with a double and Daniella Harper 2-for-3 for Wood.  Emily Torres tossed a five-hitter to earn the win for the Wildcats. Wood travels crosstown to play Vacaville (2-1) on Tuesday. Boys golf Vacaville takes MEL tournament Vacaville won the first MEL tournament of the season Thursday at Cypress Lakes, carding a  418 over 18 holes to easily outdistance runner-up Rodriguez, which came in at 482. Next were Armijo (562), Vanden (568) and Wood (592). Fairfield was last because it only had three golfers instead of the requisite five. Each team gets one point for every team they finish ahead of, which goes into determining the final league standings. The teams now resume interleague play, with the second MEL tournament to be held on April 18. Chase Hascup had the lowest score in the tournament, carding a 75. Easton Heather of Rodriguez was next best at 76. All five Bulldogs golfers came in at 90 or under — Sam Villa (82), Cody Hallum (85), Ryan Williams (86) and Jesse White (90). Boys tennis Vanden 6, Rodriguez 3 The Vanden High boys tennis team improved to 6-1 in MEL with a 6-3 home victory over Rodriguez on Thursday. The Vikings doubles teams completed their fifth sweep of the season with Kim Lim Chiu-J.P. Crisostomo, Gab Crisostomo-Ethan Lagrisola and Kevin Remiticado-Kobe Lozano all winning their matches. Vanden’s No. 3 singles James Pullin won his match and is now 7-0 on the year. Psyryl Santos pulled out a though three-set win at No. 5 singles for the Vikings, 3-6, 7-5, 6-3. Vanden hosts Armijo on Tuesday. Badminton Vacaville 8, Rodriguez 7 The Vacaville High badminton team nipped Rodriguez 8-7 on Thursday as the Bulldogs are now 6-1 in MEL. “It was a very tight win that ultimately came down to our top three doubles pairs, all of which were playing at the same time and all of which split (three sets),” said Bulldogs coach Cory Lee. “Ultimately, the pair of Jenny Tang and Micayla Manley were able to prevail in a tough 21-18 third set victory.” Also winning in doubles for the Bulldogs were Nika Nowroozi-Nicole Pimental, Malia Bautista-Julianna Rowlands, and Angelina Clara-Erin Weissich. Vacaville’s singles victors were Katelyn Crismon, Grace Pariera, Kelly Han and Nowroozi. Track and field Vacaville Christian High School finished first in the boys Sierra Delta League Center meet on Wednesday,  beating out Highlands, San Juan, Linden and Golden Sierra. The Falcons had 11 first place finishes. Tamani Williams won the 100, 200 and long jump and was part of the winning 400 relay team along with Joshua Shelby, Kendall Allen and Andrew Love Fields. Tamani is the top 100-meter runner in Division 5-6 in the Sac-Joaquin Section. Joshua Shelby came in first in the 1,600 and the 800 and was third in the 400. Kendall Allen won the 400 and high jump. Andre Love Fields came in first in the 110 and 300 hurdles. Jonathan Gaborko won the 3200 meters event. The Vacaville Christian girls team came in second. Laura Everett won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200. Christine Llave came in second in the 1,600 and 400 and third in the 800. Jolee Langil was second in the 3,200. Katherine Stanek won the shot put and discus, with Isadora Petrovsky placing second in discus. College softball Falcons sweep twinbill The Solano College softball team swept Los Medanos 5-1 and 11-5 on Thursday in a Bay Valley Conference doubleheader. In the opener Adriana Montuya went all seven innings in the circle, allowing three hits and one run. She fanned four and walked four. At the plate, she had a double. Alaena Selden was 2-for-3 with two RBIs for the Falcons (11-7, 4-0). Aleya Turner was 2-for-2 with three runs scored and Courtney McGraw had two RBIs. In the nightcap, Turner was 4-for-4 with a double, triple and four runs scored. Jamie Batto was 3-for-3 and Brittany Czelusniak was 3-for-4. McGraw was 2-for-4. Montuya got the win in relief as she went four innings, allowing four hits and one run while fanning five.
23 Mar 19
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23 Mar 19
WHEEL of FORTUNE with Andy Nguyen

Thanks to Bobby McBride for the assist last night since as usual on Thursdays and Fridays around this time, I am preempted by March Madness in my area (I’ll be referring to him for next Thursday and Friday). As for tonight, I was lucky enough to see video footage courtesy of WhammyPower788 on the message […]

23 Mar 19
myfox8.com

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23 Mar 19
National Post

PALM HARBOR, Fla. — Patrick Reed hasn’t finished in the top 10 in nine starts this year, is three weeks away from defending his title in the Masters and was seen Friday morning working on the range with swing coach David Leadbetter. Reed said it was simply a product of his coach, Kevin Kirk, not […]

23 Mar 19
DOCMARTIN1: It's Business and Personal

Every once in a while, Kathleen Parker writes an excellent editorial, maybe it is not her ability, but whether I agree with her. Yesterday was one of those days, where she wrote a poignant and informative review dealing with the Democratic Party’s problem with success. As I Was reading this article I got to thinking […]

23 Mar 19
Wisdom for You by Wu

"Carritos de golf y margaritas gigantes: la temporada de jubilados en Texas" by Por THE NEW YORK TIMES via NYT https://t.co/0zlqtB225z — Wu Fourqurean (@WuFourqurean) March 23, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/WuFourqurean March 22, 2019 at 08:12PM via IFTTT

23 Mar 19
Looking for Aliens

I wrote my own bio because I didn’t want to take the risk that someone might say that I love brussels sprouts, because those gross “vegetables” are the Devil’s boogers, in case you didn’t know. And green peas are just as foul.  Believe me, you don’t want to read what part of the Devil’s body […]