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December 7, 2010 > Trojans, Warriors, Eagles sports wrap

Trojans, Warriors, Eagles sports wrap

By Biff Jones

Boys Basketball

In action last week, Milpitas High School boys basketball, led by coach Champ Wrencher, opened with a close home loss to Leigh High School, 44-42. Derek Fox and Buddy Ames led the Trojans with 14 and 13 points respectively. Then last weekend they played in a tournament at McKinleyville High School where they defeated Fortuna High School 71-51 before losing the third place game to Arcata High School 73-53. Ames had 15 points in the Fortuna game and Hartley 13 against Arcata. Next home game for Milpitas is against Balboa High School of San Francisco on Thursday, Dec. 16, at 7 p.m.

Coach Curtis Coffey's Fremont Christian High School Warriors lost a road game to American High School 78-47 last Wednesday, Dec. 1, before winning the next night at International High School of San Francisco, 55-41. Jeremiah Herzog led the Warriors with 24 points against American. Next home game for Fremont is Dec. 16, 8 p.m. against Athenian High School of Danville.

Oskar Schugg, coach at California School for the Deaf Eagles, took his team to the Redwood Classic at Anderson Valley High School in Boonville last weekend. They defeated Cloverdale High School, 60-47, lost to Valley Christian High School of Roseville, 84-49, and won against Hoopa Valley High School, 75-71. Next home game is after the first of the year.


Girls Basketball

New coach Klint Chang of Milpitas saw his girls go 1-3 in last week's tournament held at Irvington High School. Trojans lost 63-41 to Evergreen Valley High School of San Jose, 46-35 to Washington High School, and 58-47 to host Irvington. Lone victory was 70-47 against Encinal High School of Alameda. Freshman Jalaena Bumagat led Milpitas with 14 points vs. Evergreen. Next homes games for the Trojans are Tuesday, Dec. 7, 7 p.m. against Carlmont High School of Belmont; Saturday, Dec. 11, 4:30 p.m. vs. Castlemont High School of Oakland; and then away to Newark Memorial High School, Dec. 14, 7 p.m.

Fremont Christian girls of coach Michie Sierra lost at International last Thursday 64-52 then won a home game on Friday, 55-36 against Redwood Christian High School of San Lorenzo. Kemana Otosi and Shelby Bolduc led the Warriors with 13 points each including two, 3-pointers by Bolduc against International. Next home game for FC is Friday, Dec. 10, 6 p.m. vs. Valley Christian High School of Dublin.

Head coach Debbie Ayers of California School for the Deaf Eagles saw her team travel to San Domenico High School in San Anselmo last week to play in the Sister Gervaise Tournament. CSD dropped their opener to Piner High School of Santa Rose 58-52, but rebounded to defeat Burton High School of San Francisco, 59-30 to win the Consolation Championship. Priscilla Castaneda poured in 17 points for the Eagles against Piner. Eagles have a home game, Wednesday, Dec. 8, 6 p.m. against St. Lawrence Academy of Sunnyvale.


Boys Soccer

Milpitas traveled to a very cold Santa Cruz Coast last Tuesday evening to take on Soquel High School. Martin Lopez got the Trojans on the board first when he slotted a goal after receiving a cross from Ramiro Ceja. However, Soquel tied it 1-1 shortly thereafter which was the halftime score. Second half saw the host go up 2-1 and forced Milpitas to play catch-up. As the visitors picked up the pace they found themselves taking shots that bounced off the goal posts. Finally, with less than two minutes to go, Ceja took a free kick from 25 yards out and curved it around the Soquel wall and into the next for a 2-2 tie and the final score. Both Trojan goalies, Zach Ebright and Alex Ramirez, played with each giving up one goal. Last Friday the young Milpitas team hosted a strong Mountain View High School team and fell 4-0. Next home game is a 3:15 p.m. encounter, Dec. 8 against Pioneer High School of San Jose.


Girls Soccer

Coach Mike Tomlin saw his Lady Trojans drop two road encounters last week to Prospect High School of San Jose, 5-2, and to Pioneer, 1-0. Then last Friday they came home and defeated San Leandro High School 2-0. Both of the Trojan goals against Prospect came in the second half and were scored by Laura Cosgrove and Kayla Owens. Milpitas' next four games are all at home, beginning Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. against Piedmont Hills; Dec. 9 vs. Overfelt at 3:30 p.m.; San Benito on Dec. 11, kicking off at 11 a.m.; and Live Oak on Dec.14 at 3:30 p.m.

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