Alyvia Fiske, a Vintage High School graduate, will represent the Simon Fraser University (Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada) wrestling team at the Women’s West Coast Tournament of Champions, Dec. 15-16 at Hardwood Palace in Rocklin.
Simon Fraser is the No. 1 ranked team in the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association.
Fiske won the 155-pound division at the Mike Clock Open tournament in Forest Grove, Oregon last month.
She finished second at the Spokane Open in Spokane, Washington last month.
Fiske was twice named as the Napa Valley Register’s Female Athlete of the Year and compiled a 148-9 record, winning two CIF state championships, during her career at Vintage.
Fiske was selected as the California state winner of the 2017 Tricia Saunders High School Excellence Award, the National Wrestling Hall of Fame announced in May.
Krill at Wesleyan University
Nathan Krill of St. Helena is having a very good season as a 6-foot-7 senior forward for the Wesleyan University men’s basketball team. Wesleyan (6-0 overall) is an NCAA-Division III school in Middletown, Connecticut and is a member of the New England Small College Athletic Conference.
Krill is a Justin-Siena graduate and has started each of the first six games for Wesleyan.
He is averaging 11.3 points, 9.2 rebounds, 2 steals, 1.7 assists and 1.3 blocks per game.
Krill had 10 points, seven rebounds and two assists in Wesleyan’s 78-44 win over Manhattanville College in Harrison, New York.
He had 11 rebounds, three blocks and three points in a 72-67 win over Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts.
He had 18 points, six rebounds, four steals and three assists in an 88-68 win over Emmanuel College in Boston.
Brown at Valparaiso
Alana Brown, a sophomore defensive specialist, averaged 1.14 digs per game during the 2017 volleyball season for Valparaiso University (Indiana).
Brown, a Vintage High graduate, had 107 digs, five service aces and eight set assists.
for Irvine Valley
Irvine Valley College’s volleyball team completed a perfect 27-0 season, defeating San Joaquin Delta-Stockton, 3-1, in the California Community College Athletic Association championship match on Saturday at Solano College in Fairfield.
Soccer titles for Fresno City
The Fresno City College men’s and women’s soccer teams won California Community College Athletic Association titles.
Fresno City won the men’s title, 2-0 over Taft College.
Fresno City won the women’s title, 2-1 over Santa Barbara City College.
Water polo titles for Santa Barbara, Golden West
Golden West College-Huntington Beach and Santa Barbara City College won men’s and women’s California Community College Athletic Association water polo titles.
Golden West beat West Valley-Saratoga, 10-8, in the men’s final.
Santa Barbara City won the women’s title, beating Sierra College-Rocklin in the finals, 8-6.