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ROUNDUP: Lathrop caps season sweep of MH ahead of anticipated volleyball match with RC
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Lathrop can now shift its focus to the much-anticipated boys volleyball matchup with Ripon Christian.

The Spartans took care of business Monday, wrapping up their three-match season series sweep of rival Mountain House 25-11, 25-9, 25-16. Lathrop (11-0, 21-0 overall) remains undefeated and is closer to securing an outright Western Athletic Conference championship.

Arman John was the team’s top two-way contributor with nine kills, two blocks and 11 digs. Christian Green narrowly missed a double-double with 10 kills and nine digs. Tory Sumbler dished out 27 assists, and Diego Sanchez turned in 18 digs.

Lathrop hosts also-unbeaten Ripon Christian tonight starting at 6. They are Nos. 8 and 9, respectively, in the MaxPreps Sac-Joaquin Section computer rankings and are the only two schools from the southern half of the SJS in the top 10.


Sierra 3, Central Catholic 0

With players in unfamiliar positions to start the match, the Timberwolves (4-1, 7-5 overall) were able to overcome the awkwardness and won the Valley Oak League tilt, 26-24, 25-19, 25-14.

Austin Kim, who led the back row with 11 digs, served 10 straight points in the third set and finished with 14 overall. He also had three aces.

Brian Huynh anchored the attack with 14 assists and eight kills. Noel Ruezga contributed seven kills and nine assists. David Caamano chipped in six kills, six digs and two aces.



Ripon Christian 197, Denair 242

Camdan Indelicato finished 2-undeer 36 in the Southern Athletic League match at Rancho Del Rey Golf Club in Atwater.

Cade Van Groningen had the third lowest score overall with a 2-over 38. Trey Van Groningen contributed with a 39. Wyatt Hayes and Ethan Schenk rounded out scoring with a 41 and 45, respectively.


JV boys volleyball

Lathrop 2, Mountain House 1

Lathrop (10-1, 13-2) is now in position to win the outright crown in the WAC after pulling off the 19-25, 25-15, 15-11 victory.

Caiden Wisnieski led the way with 10 kills and two solo blocks. Alexander Vere contributed four kills and three digs. Charles Reyes racked up 22 assists. Brandon Sanchez tallied seven digs.


JV softball

Ceres 25, Lathrop 0

Madilyn Romero went 2 for 2 in the WAC contest last Friday. Giselle Mejia and Pia Calub added one hit each. Natalie Arceo provided defensive highlights at third base.