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American Canyon High senior Adrienne Dominguez qualified for her second straight girls wrestling state meet and Vintage senior Izza Belle Ygnalaga reached her first one Saturday at the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Championship at McNair High in Stockton.

Dominguez placed fourth and Ygnalaga placed fifth. American Canyon’s Maylin Reyes placed sixth, coming up just short of advancing. The top five in each weight class qualified for next weekend’s state meet in Visalia.

Varsity Boys Wrestling

Four Crushers, two Wolves advance to Masters

Four Vintage wrestlers qualified for next weekend’s CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Meet by placing at least eighth at the Division I-A subsection meet, held Friday and Saturday at Gregori High in Modesto.

James Robert won the 182-pound championship, Tucker Lanoue (145) placed second, Kolton Dikeman (132) was fourth and Konrad Fiske (285) took eighth for the Crushers, who placed seventh as a team out of 26 schools.

In the Division II subsection meet at Benicia, American Canyon’s Lucas Gramlick won the 285-pound title and teammate Aaron Villa-Carlos (126) placed fourth to advance to Masters. Zach Ferrer (120) came up just short with his fifth-place finish.

Varsity Boys Basketball

Cloverdale 54, St. Helena 39

The Saints looked to spoil Cloverdale’s Senior Night on Friday by continuing their hot shooting from their own Senior Night on Wednesday, when they scored 35 points in the first quarter in a 71-44 rout of Fort Bragg. But it was a different story in the opening stanza of this North Central League I game. St. Helena (11-15, 4-10 NCL I) couldn’t find its shooting range and went 0 for 5 from the free-throw line, and trailed 14-4 after one quarter.

In the second quarter, the Saints got 3-pointers from Ethan Battistini and Jonathan Gamble but still trailed by 10 at halftime, 27-17. In the third, despite threes from Christian Iano, Gamble and Battistini, they couldn’t get enough defensive stops. The Eagles took a 41-29 lead into the fourth, when – with a home playoff game on the line – they made nine of 10 free throws to seal their 15-point win.

Battistini finished with 11 points, Gamble nine, Iano five, Zac Flood four, Olie Russum and Nick Jeworowski three apiece, and Ryan Rockwood and Collin Darrall two each.

Varsity Girls Soccer

American Canyon 8, Fairfield 0

After the four of them were honored during a Senior Night ceremony, Ana Herrera had four goals and an assist, Jaylynn Del Rosario and Sophia Conlon each had a goal and assist, and Rebecca Richards had a goal for the Wolves in their Solano County Athletic Conference finale on Valentine’s Day.

American Canyon (11-9-3, 7-2-1 SCAC) also got a goal and assist from junior Isabelle Ramos as it wrapped up a second-place finish in its final SCAC campaign.

Isabel Gonzalez and Jessica Vega also played their final regular-season home game for the Wolves, who as the No. 13 seed will visit No. 4 Woodland for their CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division III playoff opener at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

Varsity Boys Soccer

American Canyon 3, Fairfield 1

Gabriel Hernandez, Mario Diaz and Adrian Ayala scored for the Wolves (8-4-5, 5-2-3 SCAC) on the road Tuesday as they finished their last SCAC campaign in a second-place tie with Benicia. As the No. 11 seed in Division III, they will visit No. 6 East Union for their section playoff opener at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.