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Twomey leads TWolves past Central Valley
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CERES — Jared Twomey got it done on both sides of the ball Tuesday in Ceres, as the Sierra sophomore baseball team tripped up Central Valley, 9-5.

Twomey got the start and lasted four, allowing four runs on five hits with a pair of strikeouts.

Twomey also went 2 for 4 at the dish.

Jonny Waggy closed it out, and Cameron Hutchison was 3 for 4.

Sierra (8-4 Valley Oak League) hosts the Hawks Thursday.

Ceres 8, East Union 1

The Lancers broke it open with a seven-spot in the sixth, with the big knock, a two-run double, coming off thebat of Justin Dias, who hit a two-run double.

Logan Miller (2 for 4) and Andrew Austin added RBI knocks in the frame.

Colby Seibel lasted five, allowing no runs on four hits with five K’s.

Bret Riley closed it out, allowing one on two hits with two strikeouts.

Seibel went 2 for 2 with two runs scored.

EU (7-6 VOL, 10-8) travels to Ceres Thursday.

Ceres 5, East Union 3
The Squires had just six hits in the loss.
Kelsey Emmerson was 3 for 3 with two ripples and a double.

Jenny Ketner worked all six in the loss, striking out nine.

EU hosts a double-header today at Northgate, starting with Lathrop at 4 p.m. and ending with a showdown with Sierra under the lights.

East Union 15, Lathrop 2
It was all working for the Pages Tuesday in the blowout win.

Haleigh Castner got the start and went four, allowing no runs and no hits, while striking out five.

Kailee Nuding closed it out, allowing two on no hits, and went 3 for 4 at the dish.

Ashley Cook was 2 for 3, and Stephanie Booke went 2 for 3.

EU (5-0 VOL, 19-0) hosts Sierra this evening.

Sierra 2, Sonora 1
Down 1-0 despite dominating the game, Sierra got goals from Niki Walden and Kenisha Gathron to secure its 19th win of the season.

Gathron’s goal came on a nice pass up the midfield from Donna Ochoa. Gathron then beat her defender and broke away.

“Her speed is what made that goal possible,” Sierra head coach Joe Pires said.

Sierra (13-0 VOL, 19-1) travels to Lathrop Thursday.

Oakdale 2, Manteca 1
Amanda Michaelis scored Manteca’s lone goal.

The Buffs (5-5-2 VOL, 11-5-2) host EU Thursday.

East Union 6, Central Valley 3
The Lancers enjoyed five first half goals off the feet of Stephanee Sabala (two), Jagjeet Dhillon, Alejandra Alvarez and Ashley Espercueta.

Assist came from Espercueta, Alvarez, Sabala, Adriana Alverranga and Bianca Wesley.

Kendra Kaiserman scored the second-half goal off a help from Melissa Gomez.

Oakdale 2, East Union 1 (Monday)
Kelsie Gormley scored on a beautiful 40-yard blast, but EU’s late surge would go for naught in the setback.

— Brandon Petersen