Napa High boys water polo

Posing after competing at the Sierra College pool in Rocklin last weekend are Napa High boys water polo players, standing from left, Garrett Wachendorfer, Rafael Gentry, Connor Flynn, Joe Hallinan, Luke Barrett, Will Shull, Ryan McCall, Bill Tamburelli and, seated, Max Alfaro.

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The Napa High boys water polo team went 4-1 in the Sierra Shootout last Friday and Saturday at Sierra College in Rocklin.

The Indians beat Moreau Catholic in their opener, 11-2, behind Joe Hallinan’s six saves, two assists and steal, Luke Barrett’s six goals, three steals and assist, Bill Tamburelli’s two goals and two steals, Will Shull’s two goals, Ryan McCall’s goal, three steals, three assists and block, Max Alfaro’s two steals and two assists, and Garrett Wachendorfer’s assist.

They then fell to College Park, 8-5, despite Hallinan’s six saves and assist, McCall’s three goals, two blocks and steal, Barrett’s two goals and block, Alfaro’s two assists and steal, and Tamburelli’s steal.

But they bounced back by routing Kennedy, 10-2, behind Connor Flynn’s goal, Hallinan’s five saves, steal and assist, Tamburelli’s three goals, two steals and assist, Barrett’s three goals, five steals and two assists, McCall’s two goals and three steals, Alfaro’s goal, steal and assist, Shull’s four assists and steal, and Wachendorfer’s steal and assist.

Napa then beat Rodriguez, 7-1, behind Hallinan’s five saves and steal, Barrett’s two goals and three steals, Tamburelli’s two goals, steal and assist, McCall’s two goals, assist and block, Shull’s goal, assist and block, Alfaro’s five steals and assist, and steals from Wachendorfer and Flynn.

They finished with a 7-1 win over El Camino, as Hallinan had six saves and three assists, Barrett three goals, Alfaro two goals, assist and block, McCall a goal, two steals and two blocks, Shull one goal, Tamburelli one steal, and Wachendorfer one assist.

Varsity Girls Golf

Wood 249, Vintage 283

Despite a medalist score of 41 by Vintage’s Kiwa Anisman, the Wildcats won Tuesday’s Monticello Empire League match at Cypress Lakes Golf Course in Vacaville.

Also for the Crushers (0-2 MEL), Sophie Saleh posted a 53, Carlyn Bacci a 54 and Haley Schreiner a 66.

American Canyon 267, Benicia 272

Led by Katie Robinson’s 2-over-par 38, the Wolves improved to 4-0 in Solano County Athletic Conference play with Tuesday’s home victory on the front nine at Chardonnay Golf Club.

Keinah Baron shot a 58, Melita Baron had a 56, and Maita Veneracion, Kaitlin Dang and Kandy Miller shot 60s for American Canyon, which won despite two Panthers carding 39s.

Varsity Boys Soccer

Roseland University Prep 3, Calistoga 2

The Wildcats (4-2, 2-1 North Central League II) surrendered three first-half goals on the road last Friday in Santa Rosa, but rallied after some halftime adjustments. Manuel Garcia put the visitors on the board, and Mario “Gio” Avina scored the second of two unanswered goals against their league rivals. Wilmer Ulloa assisted on both.

“I was happy with the effort that I saw from the players,” said Calistoga head Danny Almanza. “We will prepare and hope to get a better result at Logvy (Park in Calistoga) against them.”

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