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April 7, 2010 > Spring sports update

Spring sports update

By Gary van den Heuvel
Photos By Mike Heightchew

Tennis: Moreau Catholic High School’s boys tennis team extended their winning streak to five straight matches, and improved their record to 7-2, with their wins over San Lorenzo and San Leandro, both by 6-1 scores. The Mariners’ No. 1 singles player Derek Lee won his third straight “double bagel” – beating his opponent 6-0, 6-0 – against San Lorenzo. Also victorious for Moreau were singles players Aditya Dharma, Ryan Ma, and the doubles teams of Errol Tongco/Danny Vieira, Karthik Gudipati/Alromil Pacheco and Shahin Marzband/Anthony Doan.

Lee finally lost a game in his next match – but only one; he won his match 6-1, 6-0 against San Leandro. “Derek Lee is on fire,” said Moreau tennis coach Tony Rodriguez. Rodriguez is looking ahead to a matchup with Castro Valley High School’s undefeated Miguel Diaz, which will likely be the HAAL match of the year.

In the Mission Valley Athletic League, Mission San Jose remained undefeated (7-0 overall, 6-0 in the MVAL) with wins over American (by a 5-2 score) and Newark Memorial (by a 7-0 score) high schools. Mission’s winners against American were Sun, Dankeweicz, and the doubles teams of Balgovind/Chiang, Dzoan/Aasur and Narayanam/Ho. American bounced back from their loss with 7-0 wins over Washington and Newark Memorial to improve their record to 5-2. The Eagles’ singles squad of Huang, Bautista, Tong and Barrett led American to victory in both matchups.

Track and Field: Results from last week’s meets:

Washington 103, Kennedy 30 (boys). 400 relay: Washington 46.63. 1600: Ben Rich (WHS) 4:40. 100 HH: Matt Padilla (WHS) 18.78. 400: Jesse Chestnut (WHS) 2:07. 100: Walker (WHS) 11.96. 800: Chestnut (WHS) 2:07. 300 H: Padilla (WHS) 44.53. 200: Hancock (JFK) 24.19. 3200: Rich (WHS). 1600 relay: Washington 3:43. Long Jump: Terrence (WHS) 19-9.5. Triple Jump: Champion (WHS) 43-0.5. High Jump: Champion (WHS) 5-4. Pole Vault: Landon (WHS) 12-0. Shot put: Culpepper (JFK) 38-9. Discus: Eddings (WHS) 113-0.

Washington 138, Kennedy 4 (girls). 400 relay: Washington 55.42. 1600: Gerards (WHS) 5:32. 100 HH: Hamilton (WHS) 19.19. 400: Van Sparkelaer (WHS) 1:09. 100: Swayzer (WHS) 13.21. 800: Reist (WHS) 2:41. 300 H: Martinez (WHS) 52.47. 200: Nitanji (WHS) 29.16. 3200: Gerards (WHS) 11:29. 1600 Relay: Washington 4:30. Long Jump: Swayzer (WHS) 15-10. Triple Jump: Lanigan (WHS) 27-9. High Jump: Laursar (WHS) 4-2. Shot Put: Wallace (WHS) 26-11. Discus: Bishop (WHS) 82-9.

Mission San Jose 79, Irvington 48 (boys). 400 relay: Mission SJ 45.16. 1600: Gosen (MSJ) 4:43. 110 HH: Okwudiafor (MSJ) 16.38. 400: Ng (MSJ) 53.75. 100: Lee (IRV) 11.57. 800: Gosen (MSJ) 2:09. 300H: Okwudiafor (MSJ) 45.12. 200: Tsao (MSJ) 24.06. 3200: Uken (MSJ) 10:23. 1600 relay: MSJ 3:40.75. Shot Put: Jeremy (IRV) 40-3. Discus: Kim (MSJ) 104-8. Long Jump: Tieu (MSJ) 20-3. Triple Jump: Lee (IRV) 39-5. Pole Vault: Scott (IRV) 11-0.

Mission San Jose 80, Irvington 56 (girls). 400 relay: MSJ 53.22. 1600: Cherk (MSJ) 5:34. 100HH: Heng (IRV) 19.32. 400: Hirsch (MSJ) 1:03.25. 100: Zhang (MSJ) 13.55. 800: Hirsch (MSJ) 2:32.57. 300H: Carothers (IRV) 53.63. 200: Cherry (MSJ) 29.15. 3200: Cherk (MSJ) 12:02.66. 1600 Relay: MSJ 4:27.73. Shot Put: Mulder (IRV) 50-7. Discus: Mulder (IRV) 91-3. Long Jump: Yee (IRV) 13-8. Triple Jump: Shindgiker (IRV) 28-4.5. High Jump: Madison (MSJ) 4-10. Pole Vault: Cheng (MSJ) 8-0.

Castro Valley 126, Moreau Catholic 3; Castro Valley 113, Mt. Eden 22; Mt Eden 70, Moreau Catholic 46 (boys). In a 3-team meat dominated by Castro Valley, Mt. Eden’s Rhomel Clarke was the only non-Castro Valley athlete to break through with an individual win, winning both the 100 meters (a time of 11.54) and the 200 meters (23.23).

Golf: Irvington High School was the overall team winner at the San Leandro Spring Classic, which was held at Monarch Bay Golf Course. Irvington’s Jonathan Lin won the individual title, shooting a 72 on a par-71 course. He won the tournament in a one-hole playoff. Irvington’s Parth Singh finished in third place, with a 76.

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