Pleasanton Weekly

Sports - October 21, 2011

Sports digest

Amador golfers finish on top

Led by individual medallist Natalie Bodnar's 1 under 70, the Lady Dons finished their 12-0 undefeated season with an all-time low tournament score of 386 on Monday in Brentwood. The win enables them to hang an "Undefeated League Championship Banner" in the Skip Mohatt Gymnasium at Amador Valley.

Monique Riley posted a 76, placing her in the top five for the tournament and No. 3 in the East Bay Athletic League. Kimberly Liu wrapped up EBAL MVP honors with a 79, only going 14 over par for the whole season. Sahar Ali had her best tournament with an 80; Kelly Shotwell scored an 81; and Sabrina Bodnar had a strong 84, in what was her second 18-hole high school tournament.

The team now faces post-season play that begins Oct. 31 as they defend their North Coast Section title.

Club Moto place

Cole Flashberger, 11, took third place in the 2011 CMC Trans Cal Series at Club Moto recently in Livermore. Cole has been riding dirt bikes since he was 2, said his mom Sue, but this was his first competitive race series.

Cole uses the plate number 24, just like his father Dave Flashberger who used to race professionally.

Foothill info meeting

Foothill High is holding an information winter sports meeting at 7 p.m. Monday in the large gym. Winter sports include boys and girls basketball, cheerleading, boys and girls soccer, and wrestling.

On the gridiron

The Foothill Falcons football team won its Friday's Conference game, also its Homecoming Game, against the Granada Matadors by a score of 35-0.

Amador Valley lost to De La Salle, 42-7.

Tonight the Falcons face San Ramon Valley High, to be played at the Danville campus. Amador Valley's next game is Oct. 28, when it faces Monte Vista.


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