first_imgMark and Kylie Kalas – 59Lisa and Sasha Letendre – 65Lisa and Renee Smith – 68 Natalie and Sterling Middleton – 44Russ and Chase London – 44Brian and Bryce Kelly – 45Darcy and Riley Letendre – 45Advertisement Sheldon and Aiden Steele – 47Tracy and Andrew Travis – 47Larry London and Isaac Wagner – 47Kevin and Tanner Pearson – 50Bruce and Connor Kindrat – 52Advertisement Dale Hofstrand and Michelle Kelly – 52Randy and Richard Wainwright – 52Koral and Kimi Asai – 53Dwayne and Wyatt Lutz – 54Kimberly Hait and Brophy Dunn – 57Advertisement Fort St. John Links held their annual Parent-Child golf tournament on Sunday. This year’s event welcomed 24 teams and the winning score was a round of 37 by Len and Mike Holland.Behind them was a two way tie for second between Ray and Melissa Asai, and Leroy and Adam Kruegel. Both groups shot rounds of 39. Glen and Ryan Harvey were just behind with a round of 40.The rest of the results are as follows:- Advertisement -Sheldon Wheeler and Alexander Travis – 42Rose and Jeff Holland – 42Chet and Evan Wagner – 44Advertisementlast_img read more


first_imgCrosley showed progress but placed second in the Marmonte League as junior. Crosley’s days of being second-best ended Saturday. He won the 152-pound division CIF championship in dominant fashion, pinning Santa Ana’s Miguel Hernandez with 40 seconds left in the second period of the title match at the Southern Section Inland individual tournament at Los Osos High in Rancho Cucamonga. Crosley’s pin was his fifth of the two-day tournament and his 27th of the season. That ties him with Justin Patterson for second place for most career pins, one short of the school record held by Eric Blackwell. “It was easier than I thought it was going to be,” Crosley said. “It has been a big chance for me and I owe it all to my coaches. I guess all the hard work paid off. I hope this gets me a bye next week.” Royal’s Kevin Dunn was also a winner. Dunn, who improved to 47-2, pinned Santa Ana’s Humberto Berrera in the 125-pound final to win his second straight CIF title and giving Royal two CIF individual champions in one season for the first time. “Never would I have thought Shane would have done what he did today,” Royal coach Richard Camarillo said. “He waited moved his way up the ranks to shine. “As for (Dunn), his experience showed out there today. He’s just being Kevin.” Royal will send three wrestlers to Master’s meet next weekend, as Highlanders junior Sam Mestaz was fifth in the 112-pound division. The top five wrestlers in each division qualify. Simi Valley’s Mikey Murphy and Matt Bruno reached the finals in their respective divisions, the only time the Pioneers have had two CIF finalists in the same season. Murphy pinned Santa Ana’s Cesar Justo to win the 135-pound title, but Bruno lost to Temecula Valley’s C.J. Knowland in the 160-pound final. The Pioneers’ Shawn Munson qualified with a fifth-place finish in the 215-pound division. Westlake of Westlake Village’s Arian Ghaffari took second place after losing 3-2 to Santa Fe’s Marcus Orona in the 119-pound championship. Westlake will have three wrestlers at the Master’s meet. Dan Nguyen beat Santa Ana’s Freddie Benito to take third place in the 130-pound division and sophomore Jason Villavisencio placed fifth at 103 pounds. Agoura will also send three wrestlers, as Brent Goldwater took third at 189 pounds, Jeff Tabachnick was fourth at 103 and Dayne Santoro was fourth at 135. Thousand Oaks’ Eric Kanney qualified with a fifth-place finish in the 152-pound division but gave up his spot to Temecula Valley’s Nick Noriega because the Lancers’ wrestler has an appointment at West Point on the same day as the Master’s meet. Moorpark’s Esteban Torres also qualified with a third-place finish at 171 pounds. ivan.orozco@dailynews.com (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img RANCHO CUCAMONGA – Shane Crosley waited his turn. The Royal High of Simi Valley wrestler spent last season trying to make a name for himself in the Highlander’s junior varsity program. He spent numerous hours in lengthy practices trying to improve his technique. last_img read more