Jamie Pope of Napa won the title in girls-14 singles during a recent U.S. Tennis Association-Northern California tournament.
Pope had wins over Amber Hernandez of Oakland in the quarterfinals, 8-2; Charlie Smith of Atherton in the semifinals, 6-1, 6-1; and Mireille Chedid-Daley of Berkeley in the finals, 6-0, 6-0.
In a recent tournament, Pope was a 6-2, 6-4 winner in the quarterfinals against Daria Acri of El Dorado Hills.
In a National Tennis Rating Program 4.5 mixed doubles tournament, Hunter Hollingsworth of Napa and Tyler Loney of Vacaville won in the semifinals, 6-1, 4-6, 1-0(5) over Paul Lizama of Oakland and Gabriela Tango of Piedmont.
Annie Moore of Napa and Michael Fischer of Fairfield won in the quarterfinals against Sanjay Backliwal of Alameda and Ning Docena of San Lorenzo.
Los Gatos High School won the 2017 CIF U.S. Tennis Association Regional Girls Championships at Broadstone Racquet Club in Folsom last week.
Los Gatos had wins over Red Bluff (7-0) and St. Francis-Sacramento (5-2), and in the finals beat St. Francis-Mountain View (4-3).
The Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo volleyball team wrapped up an undefeated Big West Conference season by sweeping host Cal State Fullerton on Saturday, 3-0.
The scores were 25-18, 25-17, 25-9.
Torrey Van Winden of Napa led Cal Poly (26-2 overall, 16-0 Big West) with 16 kills, seven digs, four block assists and 18 points.
Adlee Van Winden had two kills and 10 digs.
Torrey and Adlee are Vintage High graduates
Alyvia Fiske, a Vintage High graduate, won the 155-pound division for the Simon Fraser University (Burnaby British Columbia, Canada) women’s wrestling team at the Mike Clock Open tournament in Forest Grove, Oregon last week.
Simon Fraser is the No. 1 ranked team in the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association.
The women’s wrestling season has started for Maggie Douma of Oklahoma City University.
Douma, a Napa High graduate, placed sixth at 143 pounds at the Blue Chip Oklahoma City Open, a tournament last month at Abe Lemons Arena.
Douma earned All-America honors for the second consecutive year for Oklahoma City at the Women’s College Wrestling Association Championships last year.
Douma placed seventh in the 143-pound bracket during the two-day tournament.