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Club Solano Volleyball 15-1 Maroon team

The Club Solano Volleyball 15-1 Maroon team poses at the San Jose Convention Center on Saturday.

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Club Solano Volleyball 15-1 Maroon squad competed in the California Kickoff Classic at San Jose Convention Center on Saturday and went 1-2, placing second in the consolation bracket.

“The girls look good as they prepare for their upcoming qualifier,” coach Rick Manibusan said.

Performing strong in the hitting department were Gabrielle Coleman (two aces, eight digs, nine kills), Molly Duane (12 digs, eight kills), Maria Concepcion (nine digs, three kills) and Brooklyn Trudell (five aces, nine digs, six kills).

Controlling the middle front were Samantha Carelock (six blocks, seven kills), Kenzie Dado (four blocks, two kills) and Christiana Rigney-Cruz (two aces, six digs, five kills).

Directing the offense were Kehaunani Wilson (two aces, 11 assists), Cassidy Horn (12 digs, eight assists), Aldine Lusung (three aces, 12 digs, eight assists, eight kills) and Jessica Manno (three aces, 13 digs, 13 assists, four kills), with Caytlin Capulong (three aces, 26 digs) supporting the back row defense.

Varsity Boys Soccer

The Wolves won 5-3 Tuesday night over visiting Bethel, the team with which they shared last year’s Solano County Athletic Conference title.

Jose Lopez had a season-high four goals, two on penalty kicks, and Chris Hernandez added one for American Canyon (4-2-3, 1-0-1 SCAC).

Marilsu Mendez scored with 10 minutes left, answering a Benicia penalty kick a few minutes earlier, as the Wolves salvaged a 2-2 tie in their SCAC opener at home on Jan. 11. A long goal by Lopez gave them a 1-0 lead midway through the first half.

Prep Wrestling

American Canyon hosted the Wolf Pack Classic on Saturday and placed fourth as a team.

For the boys, Lucas Gramlick (285 pounds) and Jesus Sanchez (220) placed first; Elijah Beronilla (106), Miquel Yturrade (126) and Justin Del Rosario (138) took fourth; Sebastian Lopez (113), Mateo Dela Fuente (120) and Devin Garingarao (126) and Glenn Garduce (195) placed fifth; and Nathan Pult (106), Zachary Ferrer (132), Aviyen Ferreira (170), Joshua Garduce (182) and Ronald Hamilton (285) took sixth.

For the girls, Maylin Reyes (111) placed first, Yvonne Cruz (120) second, Angelina Turner (150) and Alexis Schueller (160) third, Shayla Hoang (116) fourth, and Amaya Maulin (100) fifth.

Varsity Girls Basketball

After a 2-12 preseason, the Wolves nearly knocked off rival Benicia as they fell 45-43 in their SCAC opener at home Thursday night.

Robyn-Elizabeth Yan had 17 points, three steals, three assists and three rebounds. Adriauna Samodio added 11 points, two steals, four rebounds and an assist, Lauren Summers nine points, three steals and two rebounds, and Mariah Carlyle and Erika Culannay three points apiece.

Varsity Boys Basketball

The Wolves continued their streakless season with a 65-62 SCAC-opening loss at Benicia on Friday and a 56-48 win over Hayward in the Martin Luther King Showcase at Chabot College on Monday, moving to 9-8 overall.

Malik Ghiden had 16 points and six rebounds against Hayward, while Joee Gantan had 10 points and six boards, John Wade nine points, Davin Lusung seven points, and Markest Johnson four steals. On Friday, Ghiden and Gantan each had 18 points, Lusung 10 and Roman Madayag eight.