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 April 22, 2014

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American River College was shut out by Diablo Valley College 6-0 at Viking Field in Concord on Tuesday.  It marked the 5th time this season that the Beavers have been shut out.  DVC got out to an early lead off of Beavers starter Thomas Peterson (DeLaSalle) as the second pitch of the game was drilled to center for a triple, then the next batter singled on the first pitch he saw to put A.R.C. in a hole.  Peterson showed flashes of being his dominant self but also struggled putting hitters away at times as he lasted 4 innings, allowing 5 runs on 7 hits.  Sophomore lefty Ben Krauth threw a complete game shutout.  Krauth leads the state in ERA, and strikeouts, is second in innings pitched and is 9th in the state in strikeouts per nine innngs.

The Beavers final home game is Thursday against Diablo Valley College at 2:30 p.m.

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 April 24, 2014

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Diablo Valley College continued their dominant pitching and hot hitting early in the game to down the Beavers 11-0 in the 2014 home finale.  Sophomore left-hander Chase Hunt-Murray (Davis) got the start and gave up singles to 6 of the first 7 batters he faced in allowing the Vikings a 4 run first inning.  DVC added a run in the 2nd after a leadoff double was followed by an RBI single.  Hunt-Murray settled down after that and did not allow a run in the 3rd inning.  Sophomore Sam Anderson (Woodcreek) threw three strong innings, allowing just an unearned run in three innings.  Anderson needed just 26 pitches through three innings, 22 of which were strikes.  Sophomore Robert Mashburn (Christian Brothers) had a shaky 7th inning, as he allowed 5 runs, including a three run home run, the first ball hit out of Beaver Field this year.  Sophomore Jay Standen (Woodcreek) did not allow a run in an inning and a third and freshman Brian Evangelisti (Oakmont) got the final two outs for the Beavers.

Offensively the Beavers were unable to put together many rallies off of starter Johnny York, who threw a complete game 4 hitter.  The Beavers threatened in the 3rd after DH Jimmy Lunardelli (Oakmont) reached on an error to lead off the inning, then was bunted to second by C Wade Brill (Woodcreek).  SS Michael Hatfield (Del Campo) singled to center but was thrown out trying to get to second on the throw when Lunardelli was held at third.  Sophomore CF AJ Phillips popped up to end the inning.

The Beavers conclude the 2014 season tomorrow at Diablo Valley College for a game scheduled to start at 2:30 p.m.  

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Team Playoff-Norcal Final

April 19, 2014

ARC: 3   Fresno City: 5

Conference: 8-0               Overall: 15-3

ARC came out firing in the doubles, going up an early break in each of the three matches. Unfortunately, #3 team Nic Atkinson/Nick Cardoza were unable to hold on, but #2 Jimmy Giovannini/Kevin Valentine and #1 Adam Duong/Lovedeep Singh both posted solid victories against their tough Ram opponents. In the singles, the Beavers lost at #3, #5, and #6 quickly to fall behind 4-2, but Duong kept the Beavers alive with a 6-3, 6-4 win at #4. The last two matches on were #1 Singh and #2 Valentine. As Singh won his second set to push his match to a third set, Valentine lost his second set tie-breaker after fighting off five match points to relinquish the team match, and thus the Beavers team season. It was an extremely successful year for the Beavers and it matches their best regional playoff run since they won the state title in 1966. The team still has the individual state championships at Ojai to play. The top four singles players and all three doubles teams qualified for the event. It will start on Thursday, April 24th. Among the seeded Beaver singles players are Singh (#1 Norcal), Valentine (#7 Norcal), Giovannini (#10 Norcal), and Duong (#14 Norcal). In the doubles Duong/Singh will enter the tournament as the #1 team from the north and Giovannini/Valentine will be the #6 seed from Norcal.  

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 April 18, 2014

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A number of defensive miscues allowed Sierra College to score 3 unearned runs and defeat the Beavers 9-6 at Beaver Field on Friday.  Sierra scored twice in the first on an error by 1B Cole Ebner (El Camino) which could have cut down a run at the plate and gotten the Beavers and starter Jake Campbell out of the first unscathed.  Sierra jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the 4th on a bizarre play in which the Sierra baserunner was stealing second but the ball was put in play with a chopper to third.  A.R.C. 3B Austin Call (Oakmont) realized that he was not going to be able to get the out at first so he turned to third to get the runner trying to advance but he dropped the ball.  When the runner realized that nobody was left covering the plate he broke for home and won the footrace to the plate, scoring from first on a ball that was hit about 75 feet.  A double and a single later and Sierra was up 5-0.  The Beavers got off the matt though and closed the score to 5-3 in the 6th after back-to-back two out doubles by RF Alex Gaskin (Jesuit) and CF Brandon Raposa (Woodcreek) scored three runs.  Sierra came right back in the top of the 7th after Beavers reliever Mike Marlar (Casa Roble) walked the bases loaded then allowed a 2 run single to Wolverine 1B Dalton Blaser.  Marlar had retired the first 6 batters in order that he faced before walking 3 of the next 4.  The 8th run of the day for Sierra scored when C Wade Brill’s (Woodcreek) throw to third to try and get the stealing baserunner sailed into left field.  The Beavers answered the bell again, scoring twice in the bottom of the 7th on a Cole Ebner two run single up the middle.  Sierra got their final run in the 8th off of closer Patrick Upchurch (Rancho Bernardo) when Sierra’s catcher Max Magleby tripled in a run with two outs.  Once again though A.R.C. closed the lead back to three when Gaskin tripled to open the bottom of the 8th then scored on a passed ball.  The Beavers threatened in the bottom of the 9th, bringing the tying run to the plate with 1 out but could not get any more runs in. 

The Beavers close out the 2014 season with a three game series against Diablo Valley College next week.  A.R.C. travels to Concord on Tuesday and Friday, with the Vikings coming to Beaver Field for the season’s final home game on Thursday at 2:30.  

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 April 17, 2014

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American River College scored early but not often, and it was enough as a stellar pitching performance by freshman lefty Matt Gunter (Bella Vista) and closer Patrick Upchurch (Rancho Bernardo) held up to give the Beavers a 2-1 win at Sierra on Thursday.  DH Tyler Smith (Del Campo) walked in the first then stole second.  1B Cole Ebner (El Camino) then singled in Smith with a line drive off the glove of Sierra 3B Brandon Flynton.  Ebner picked up another RBI in the third, driving in 2B Steve Mercado (Antelope) who had stolen 2nd after reaching on a fielders choice.  The Wolverines added a run in the bottom of the third but Gunter managed to pitch out of a bases loaded jam with minimal damage.  The Beavers had chances to blow the game open but had a pair of runners thrown out at the plate, one in the 4th inning and one in the 8th.  The two teams play the rubber match of the series at Beaver Field on Friday at 1:00 p.m.

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Team Playoff Round 2-Norcal Semifinal

April 15, 2014

ARC: 5   Foothill: 3

Conference: 8-0               Overall: 15-2

In a rematch of the Beavers only Northern California loss on the year, ARC came out strong and finished even stronger on the way to qualifying for their second straight Norcal championship match. In the doubles, #2 team Jimmy Giovannini/Kevin Valentine were dominant in their 8-2 win. At #3 Nic Atkinson/Nick Cardoza got off to a good start before losing their lead, but eventually finished the match in an exciting tiebreak. At match-point Cardoza ripped a backhand crosscourt and Atkinson finished it off with a crossing backhand volley. Heading into the singles ahead 2-1, the Beavers earned quick victories at #1 (Lovedeep Singh) and at #4 (Adam Duong), and Cardoza clinched the match with his 6-3, 6-2 win at #5. #3 player Giovannini was ahead 6-4, 5-2 (40-0) when the match was stopped due to Cardoza winning the 5th match for the Beavers. ARC will head to Fresno to play the Rams in the Norcal team final on Saturday, April 19th.

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  April 15, 2014

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American River College lost 7-2 to Sierra College on Tuesday.  Sierra got 11 hits, 10 singles off of Beaver starter Sam Anderson (Woodcreek) in the first three innings to jump out to a 6-0 lead.  RHP Thomas Peterson (DeLaSalle) came on in relief and threw 5 1/3 innings, allowing just 3 hits and a run in the 9th.  Freshman Mike Marlar (Casa Roble) came on in relief of Peterson in the 9th with the bases loaded and no outs.  After giving up a single on his first pitch to score the run charged to Peterson, Marlar struck out the next batter then got a 1-2-3 double play to end the inning.  The Beavers scored twice in the 6th inning as they loaded the bases with no outs.  1B Cole Ebner (El Camino) scored on a wild pitch, then Jimmy Lunardelli (Oakmont) hit a sacrifice fly to right to score 3B Austin Call (Oakmont) and move RF Alex Gaskin (Jesuit) up to 3rd.  Unfortunately that was all the runs that A.R.C. could score as C Wade Brill (Woodcreek) struck out and SS Michael Hatfield (Del Campo) grounded out to end the threat.

The two teams meet again on Thursday at Sierra College at 2:30 p.m.

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Lady Beavers step up at Mt. SAC meet

Mt. Sac Meet

 April 12, 2014

Shelby Crider had a 20 foot personal record in the Javelin (6 feet away from the meet record and beating second place by 24 feet) with a winning throw of 41.93m/137 feet, 7 inches. This moves her up to 3rd on our Top Ten All-Time List and 3rd  in the state.

In the Pole Vault, Siena Morgan and Ariel Maroon match heights (3.39m/11’ 1.5”) finishing 3rd and 4th overall respectively.

Olesya Khokhlan had a best mark in the triple jump of 10.78m/ 35 feet 4.5 inches.

For the running events, in the 5k Cheyenne Drury ran a 23 second personal best (19:34.19). Drury was joined by Gina Wood, with an 11 second personal best of 19:18.49.

In the 3k Steeplechase Zoe Worobel finished in a time of 13:27.97.

Lady Beaver Kandace Compton ran the 1500m (4:52.68) she was followed by teammates Jocelyn Stillwell (4:54.35, a personal record), and Natalie Berania (5:16.73).

Kyrah Vaughn, yet again, runs a personal best (2:17.94) in the 800m and moves up to 10th in the state. She was followed by Jocelyn Schmidt (2:30.74).

Vaughn also anchored the mile relay (3:59.61) to finish 5th overall and 7th in the state with teammates (Katelynn Rowe, Keirnan Hawthrone, and Ciara Richardson), hitting a personal record. Rowe also had personal records in her 400m (58.75 – 1 second) and 200m (26.41 – 0.6 seconds).

In the 100mh, Mariah Earl ran a season best (15.68) and was followed by her teammates Hailey Cooley (16.51 – pr by 0.02) and Autumn Edgar (17.06 – pr by 0.35 seconds). Edgar also ran the 400mh (66.21), along with Cooley (73.35) and a personal record, Ashley Stubbs (68.30 – pr by 0.5 seconds) and Stillwell (69.12).

Keep an eye out for the ladies’ next meet at San Joaquin Delta College for the Big 8 Conference Trials on Tuesday April 22nd.

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 April 10, 2014

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American River College fell to #7 ranked Santa Rosa Junior College 4-2 in 10 innings on Thursday at Beaver Field.  The Beavers were down 1-0 in the 6th when CF AJ Phillips (Visions) led off with a double down the right field line.  After a wild pitch moved him to third, 2B Steve Mercado (Antelope) singled Phillips in to tie the game.  3B Austin Call (Oakmont) then perfectly executed a hit & run, singling through the right side to move Mercado to third with no outs.  After RF Alex Gaskin (Jesuit) struck out Call appeared to get picked off of first but in the run-down Mercado was able to steal home and put the Beavers up 2-1.  The Beavers had a chance to add to the lead in the 7th but C Wade Brill (Woodcreek) was thrown out at the plate trying to score on an overthrow of home. 

Santa Rosa tied the game in the 8th as they loaded the bases with one out off of starter Matt Gunter (Bella Vista).  Patrick Upchurch (Rancho Bernardo) got an out on the first pitch, a ground out in which Steve Mercado made a diving play up the middle and was able to get the force out at 2nd, but the tying run scored.  The Bear Cubs had runners at 2nd and 3rd in the 9th but Upchurch was able to strike out the final batter of the inning.  Santa Rosa did load the bases again in the 10th after a couple of singles and a fielders’ choice in which they bunted back to the mound and the beavers were content with keeping the go ahead run from scoring.  After Upchurch struck out the next batter, Santa Rosa center fielder Matt Lococo singled through the left side to score two which was the deciding margin in the game. 

The Beavers get back on the bus tomorrow to go to Santa Rosa for a 2:30 game, the final game in the series.

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April 8, 2014

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American River College was handed its worst defeat of the season, a 13-0 loss to #6 ranked Santa Rosa JC in Santa Rosa on Tuesday.  The Bear Cubs scored 5 in the first two innings off of starter Thomas Peterson (DeLaSalle) who again had a bout of wildness, walking 5 and hitting one while allowing just two hits in 1 2/3 innings.  The Bear Cubs added three unearned runs in the 3rd off of reliever Sam Anderson (Woodcreek) who pitched well for the next 3 innings.  Santa Rosa added a three run home run off of lefty Chase Hunt-Murray (Davis) in the 7th and two more off of Jay Standen (Woodcreek) in the 8th.  The Beavers threatened to score several times but couldn’t. 

The two teams meet at Beaver Field on Thursday at 2:30 p.m.

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Big 8 North All-Conference Selections

 April 8, 2014

Five Beavers were selected to the Big 8 North All-Conference Team. Lovedeep Singh, Kevin Valentine, Jimmy Giovannini, and Adam Duong all made First-Team All-Conference and Nick Cardoza was chosen as a Second-Team All-Conference member. It is the third straight year that the Beavers have had at least five of the twelve All-Conference members in the six-team conference.

Team Playoff Round 1-Norcal Quarterfinals

April 8, 2014

American River: 6            De Anza: 0

Conference: 8-0               Overall14-2

In the first round of the team playoffs the third-seeded Beavers matched up against the sixth-seeded De Anza Dons. ARC jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the doubles, losing a combined five games in the three matches. In the singles Adam Duong (#4) finished first, with a 6-0, 6-1 victory. Finishing shortly behind Duong were Lovedeep Singh (#1) and Hien Bui (#6), completing the dual-match sweep by a score of 6-0. Because it was a playoff match, the match was stopped when the Beavers clinched the team victory. Every other Beaver singles player had won their respective first set at the time of the match being called. ARC will next face Foothill College in the Norcal semifinal in a rematch of the only dual-match loss on the season for the Beavers to a Northern California competitor. The Beavers previously lost 5-4 to the Owls on March 8 in a hard-fought, exciting matchup.

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University of San Francisco State Distance Carnival

 April 4, 2014

11 Lady Beavers qualified to the University of San Francisco State Distance Carnival with 6 new personal bests.

In her second 800 of the season (her first being last week at the AR Invite) Kyrah Vaughn hit the Automatic State qualifying mark by 0.01 seconds running a best of 2:19.29. She was joined in the race by teammates Kandace Compton (2:16.15), and Jocelyn Schmidt (2:29.66).

Compton also ran the 1500m, dropping 5 seconds for a new personal record (4:44.32). She was followed by teammates Jocelyn Stillwell (4:56.14 – one second pr), Berania (5:03.79 – 9 second pr), Cheyenne Drury (5:12.19), and Zoe Worobel (5:27.90).

In the Steeplechase Gina Wood had a tremendous race with a personal best time of (11:37.18) dropping 13 seconds from the week prior (AR Invite)!

Pole vaulters Ariel Maroon and Siena Morgan had matching heights of 3.41m (11’2.25”). This was a personal best for Morgan.

In the triple jump Olesya Khokhlan’s best of the day was 11.30m (37’1”) allowing her to finish 3rd overall.

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 April 5, 2014

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American River College won their first BIG 8 Conference series of the season by defeating Modesto Junior College 6-5 in Modesto on Saturday.  The Beavers did it with patience and help from the Pirates pitching staff and defense as the Beavers only mustered two hits on the day, a single by RF Alex Gaskin (Jesuit) in the 2nd inning and a double by LF Joe Williams (Jesuit) in the 4th.  The Beavers had a pair of runs score on bases loaded walks and one when CF AJ Phillips (Visions) was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded.  Phillips later scored on a wild pitch and two other runs scored on errors, of which Modesto made five on the day.  The Beavers walked a total of seven times and were hit by five pitches on the day.  Jake Campbell (Rio Linda) went 62/3 for the Beavers allowing 4 runs, 3 earned and Patrick Upchurch (Rancho Bernardo) threw 2 1/3 allowing an unearned run to pick up his team leading 3rd win of the season. 

The Beavers currently have the longest win streak in the BIG 8 Conference at 2 games.  A.R.C. travels to #9 ranked Santa Rosa J.C. to start their 3 game series on Tuesday.

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  April 3, 2014

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American River College got their first league win of the season, defeating #3 ranked Modesto J.C. 2-1 at Beaver Field on Thursday.  Freshman left-hander Matt Gunter (Bella Vista) struck out 10 over 7 2/3 innings in just his second start of the season.  He did not allow a hit until the 4th inning when he gave up a run scoring double to left after hitting the Pirates center fielder, Patrick Mulry with a pitch.  He would only allow two more hits the rest of the game.  Sophomore Patrick Upchurch (Rancho Bernardo) got the final four outs of the game, two on strikeouts, to pick up his 2nd save of the season.

The Beavers did not get a hit until the 6th inning when SS Michael Hatfield (Del Campo) singled up the middle.  He then stole second and moved to third on a wild pitch.  2B Steve Mercado (Antelope) singled Hatfield home with two outs to tie the game.  The Beavers then got the go-ahead run in the 7th after a pair of singles by RF Alex Gaskin (Jesuit) and 1B Cole Ebner (El Camino).  LF Joe Williams (Jesuit) then lined out to left bringing up DH Tyler Smith (Del Campo).  Smith hit a chopper to second base, but it was hit too slow to turn the double play and Gaskin scored from second, who was hustling all the way on the play.  A.R.C. had a chance to add to their total in the 8th when they loaded the bases with one out but Gaskin struck out and Ebner popped up to second to end the threat.

The Beavers go back to Modesto on Saturday for the rubber match with the Pirates starting at 1:00 p.m.  

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 April 2, 2014

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American River College dropped a 9-4 decision to Modesto JC in Modesto on Wednesday, in a game that was rained out on Tuesday.  Wednesday’s game started slowly, as Modesto didn’t record a hit until the 4th inning off of starter Thomas Peterson (DeLaSalle).  The Beavers only had one hit through the first 3 innings, a single to left by LF Joe Williams (Jesuit) in the 2nd inning.  MJC got offensive in the 4th and 5th innings however, scoring 3 in the 4th and 4 in the 5th to chase Peterson from the game.  Peterson allowed 6 hits, but 4 were for extra bases.  He also had an uncharacteristic bout of wildness during the game, hitting a batter in each of the first five innings. 

The Beavers got one of the runs back in the top of the 5th on a Wade Brill (Woodcreek) ground ball to short which was misplayed for an error and scored Williams from 3rd, who had doubled.  In the 6th the Beavers answered back with a two run double by 1B Cole Ebner (El Camino) which scored two runs.  The Beavers added a run in the 9th as pinch-hitter Jon Kendall (Liberty Ranch) hit into a force play which drove in a run.

A.R.C. and Modesto continue their three game BIG 8 series on Thursday at Beaver Field at 2;30 p.m.    

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Spring signing day

March 2014


Alsey, Tyler Cal Poly
Byrd, Rozale T Minot State
Heath, Zach Western Kentucky
Holland, Jacob H Sterling College
Jones, David M Humboldt State
Jones, Trevor Southern Oregon
Keenan, Bobby Oregon State
Trosin, Tyler Arkansas State
Umufuke, Sione Humboldt State
Wiefels, Sully University of Colorado


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North / South team tournament

March 28 - 29, 2014

ARC: 3   Grossmont: 6

ARC: 6   Cerritos: 3

ARC: 9   L.A. Pierce: 0

The Beavers went 2-1 in the highly competitive North/South team tournament. In the opener the Beavers came out flat, falling behind 2-1 to Grossmont after the doubles and were never able to attain their top level, eventually falling 6-3 to the Griffins. In the second matchup of day one, the Beavers came out much stronger, taking a 3-0 lead into the singles after doubles play. One of the most exciting matches of the season featured the #1 doubles tandem of Adam Duong/Lovedeep Singh coming back from a 7-2, two-break deficit to beat the highly ranked team of Nathan Eshmade/Amadi Kagoma 9-8(4). ARC was able to carry the momentum into the singles winning three of the six matches and holding on for a 6-3 dual-team victory over the Falcons. On day two ARC swept L.A. Pierce 9-0 in one of the strongest team performances of the season. Individual highlights of the tournament included Adam Duong going undefeated at #4 singles and the #2 doubles team of Jimmy Giovannini and Kevin Valentine playing top-level tennis, winning each of their three doubles match by at least a two-break margin. Next up for the Beavers is the individual conference tournament in Santa Rosa, starting April 4th.  

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Lady Beavers battle through the rains at ARC Invite

Women Track and Field

March 28-29, 2014

 Kandace Compton ran a personal best mark in the 1500m finishing 2nd overall and hit the Automatic State qualifying mark (4:49.32), moving her up to 9th in the state. Teammate Zoe Worobel also ran a personal best (5:24.08). Compton also ran the 800m, finishing 2nd, (2:18.03), along with teammates Kyrah Vaughn with a 4th place finish and a provisional mark (2:23.47), Natalie Berania with a personal best and provisional mark (2:25.78).  Cheyenne Drury also ran a personal record and provisional mark (2:29.57).

Gina Wood won the 3k Steeple with a personal best time of 11:50. 97. The time she hit qualifies her for the Automatic State standard and bumps her up to 9th in the state, as well as 6th best in ARC history. Stillwell also competed in the 3000m Steeplechase running 12:25.97 and finishing 3rd overall and hitting the NorCal qualifying mark.
Cheyenne Drury hit a personal best in the 5k (19:57.14), along with teammate Jocelyn Schmidt (20:49.69) and Kara Zeman (21:15.81) also hit personal bests. 

On the sprints side the 100m dash was ran by Ashley Reddic (13.71), and personal best by Lache Smith (15.73). Katelynn Rowe also hit a personal best in the 200 (27.00) finishing 2nd overall. Rowe also ran the 400m dash in (61.06) with a 3rd place finish. 

In the hurdles, Mariah Earl ran 16.09 in the 100H to finish 4th overall and  the 400H were ran by Autumn Edgar (67.49) with a 3rd place finish.

In the jumps Olesya Khokhlan hit a personal record in the long (4.89m/16’ 0.50”) and Melissa Ringer jumped (4.14m/ 13’7”). In the triple Khokhlan hit (10.96m/35’ 11.5”) placing 2nd overall.

Shelby Crider in the javelin threw (31.70m/104’ 0.25”) with a 3rd place finish. Carmen Garcia also threw the shot put (9.37m/30’ 9”).

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 March 27, 2014 Box Score

 March 28, 2014 Box Score | Stats

American River College can at least say that the offense has been consistent as of late, as they managed just one run in each of the three games against #10 ranked Cosumnes River College.  Friday saw the Beavers fall 2-1 at home in a game that was moved up from Saturday to beat the rain that is predicted to show up this weekend.  Freshman 2B  Steve Mercado (Antelope) had the only RBI, driving in C Wade Brill (Woodcreek) with an infield single with 2 out in the 3rd inning.  Freshman RHP Jake Campbell (Rio Linda), was effective, limiting the Hawks to two runs, one earned on three hits through 8 innings.  A couple of defensive miscues proved costly to the Beavers however, as the Hawks scored their first run on a two out error by Mercado.  The Hawks took the lead for good in the 4th inning on a double steal in which the Beavers defensive play was supposed to keep the runner on third from scoring, but a miscommunication in the infield allowed the runner on third to score without a throw.

The Beavers face Modesto JC three times next week.

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Hornet Invite

Hornet Invite

March 22, 2014

Cheyenne Drury ran a personal best in the 3000m steeplechase (12:21.07) hitting the NorCal qualifying mark. Mariah Earl bettered her mark in the 100m hurdles (16.07).

Autumn Edgar ran the 400m hurdles (68.26) followed by teammate Jocelyn Stillwell (70.23).

Stillwell doubled, beginning with the 1500m, (4:57.27) hitting a personal best.

Shelby Crider threw a personal best, by over seven feet, in the hammer (38.91m/ 127’ 8”) making the provisional mark. Gina Wood ran a personal best by 30 seconds in the 5000m (19:29.47) followed by Zoe Worobel (21:16.65) who also ran a personal best. Kandace Compton ran the 800m dash (2:18.44) along with teammates Jocelyn Schmidt, who ran a personal best (2:25.19), and Tara Christopherson (2:34.97). In the 400m dash Kyrah Vaughn finished in a time of 59.55 followed by Katelyn Rowe (60.35).

These ladies also ended the day in the 4x400 relay with a new personal record and NorCal qualifying time (4:01.26). The team consisted of Richardson, Vaughn, Hawthrone, and Rowe as anchor.


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 March 22, 2014

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The score was much closer on Saturday, but the Beavers could not avoid getting swept by #2 ranked Delta College, falling 6-2 in Stockton.  A.R.C. had their chances, both to keep to Delta from scoring and to add to their own total, but the run scoring woes continued for the Beavers.  They Mustangs got to Beaver starter Jake Campbell (Rio Linda) as they scored in the 2nd, and again twice in the 4th and 5th innings to chase Campbell from the game.  A.R.C. managed to close the gap to 5-2 in the 6th thanks to an RBI ground out by 3B Austin Call (Oakmont) and a two out single from LF Joe Williams (Jesuit), who tallied his team leading 9th RBI of the season.  The Beavers had baserunners in 21 of the 27 innings of the series but only managed to score 4 runs, and in only 3 different innings. 

The Beavers return home to face Cosumnes River College at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday. 

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Bob  Rush Invite

Bob Rush Invite

March 21, 2014

Ariel Maroon opened up this season with a vault of (3.54m/ 11’ 7.25”) winning the event. She was followed by teammate Siena Morgan (3.39m/ 11’ 1.5”). Shelby Crider won the women’s javelin (35.70m/ 117’ 1.5”) with a personal best mark by almost 4 feet. She also competed in the discus (27.88m/ 91’5.5”) and the hammer (36.66m/ 120’ 3.5”) finishing in 6th place.

Ashley Stubbs finished 2nd in the 400m hurdles (68.84) hitting a seasonal best. Teammate Hailey Cooley finished in 77.72. Cooley also ran the 100m hurdles finishing 3rd in a time of 16.70. Mariah Earl ran the 100m hurdles finishing 4th in a time of 16.72.

Four lady beavers ran the 100m dash Stubbs (13.40), Ashley Reddic (13.27), Tracie Jackson (15.59), and Carmen Garcia (14.36). This was Jackson and Garcia’s first time competing this season. Garcia also threw the shot put (9.48m/ 31’ 1.25”).

Reddic’s second event was the 200m dash (27.24) making this her seasonal best. She ran with teammate Ciara Richardson (27.06) who also had a seasonal best mark. Richardson’s other race was the 400m dash (62.84). She competed with teammeate Keirnan Hawthrowne (62.67). 


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Men's tennis vs Modesto JC

March 20, 2014

ARC: 8   MJC: 1

Conference: 8-0               Overall: 11-1

The Beavers and the Pirates faced off in a match that featured Norcal ranked #3, ARC, against Norcal #4, Modesto Junior College. The match was competitive from the start as #2 and #3 doubles each reached 6-6. The Beavers were able to pull away late at #3 doubles, but fell short at the #2 spot. Heading into the singles with a 2-1 lead, ARC fell behind quickly in four of the six singles matches, but were able to fight back and win each of them for a hard-fought 8-1 dual-match victory. Lovedeep Singh was dominant on the day, surrendering just two games total in #1 singles and #1 doubles combined. At #2 singles Kevin Valentine battled back from a 4-1 early deficit, winning eleven of the last twelve games for a 6-4, 6-1 win. Jimmy Giovannini and Adam Duong each won physical straight-set matches at #3 and #4 respectively. At #5 and #6 Nick Cardoza and Hien Bui were each down a set, but played resilient tennis to earn three-set victories. This match was much closer than the 8-1 final score would indicate. After playing seven matches in the last ten days, ARC will now have a week off before competing in the annual North/South tournament in Fresno.

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March 20, 2014 

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American River College fell behind early to #2 ranked Delta College of Stockton on Thursday and lost 10-1 at Beaver Field.   The loss keeps the Beavers winless in BIG 8 play.  Delta scored in the first after a leadoff double by CF Phil Clark off of Beaver starter Chase Hunt-Murray (Davis).  The Mustangs added two more in the 2nd inning and then broke it open with 4 in the 3rd to go up 7-0.  Lefty Matt Gunter (Bella Vista) came on in relief and threw 4 2/3 innings, striking out six but allowed 7 hits.  The Mustangs tallied 8 hits in 2 1/3 off of Hunt-Murray. 

Steve Mercado (Antelope) led the way for the Beavers offensively with a pair of hits, including an RBI single in the 5th inning.  3B Austin Call (Oakmont) and 1B Cole Ebner (El Camino) added doubles for the Beavers.  The two teams finish their season series on Saturday in Stockton at 1:00 p.m.

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March 18, 2014

American River College still hasn’t found the winning formula in BIG 8 play as they fell to #3 ranked Delta College 12-1 in Stockton on Tuesday.  It was the first time that the Beavers have given up double digit runs this year.  The Mustangs touched Beavers ace Thomas Peterson (DeLaSalle) for 3 runs in the 3rd inning, after a walk and a hit batter Peterson gave up the teams first home run allowed of the year.  Delta would get 8 more runs off the Beavers bullpen, including 4 runs, but only one earned off of RHP Mike Marlar (Casa Roble) in the 5th. 

CF AJ Phillips (Visions) had a pair of hits on the day as well as the Beavers lone RBI, as he drove in a run on a sac fly in the 3rd inning.

The Beavers return home on Thursday to face Delta at 2:30 p.m.

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Lady Beavers compete at 2014 Aggie Open

Women's Track & Field

March 15, 2014

The Beaver ladies set three new personal best marks in the UC Davis Aggie Open Track and Field Meet on March 15, 2014.  Autumn Edgar set a new season best by finishing 4th.   She went 66.19, dropping almost 1.5 seconds in route to  hitting the  NorCal mark and moving up from 7th place to currently 4th  in the state. Teammate Ashley Stubbs finished 9th in a time of 69.54.

Ariel Maroon set a new season best in the pole vault by clearing a height of 10’ 11.75” currently ranking her 6th in the state. Siena Morgan cleared 10’ 6”.

Mariah Earl and Hailey Cooley competed in the 100 hurdles running 15.98 and 16.65 respectively.

Shelby Crider competed in the javelin (109’8”) finishing 6th overall.

Another season best was set by Kyrah Vaughn (59.08) by over two-tenths of a second. Katelyn Rowe (60.29), Keirnan Hawthrowne (62.08) and Ciara Richardson (62.31) all competed in the 400 dash. These four ladies also ran the 4x400 relay (4:03.83) with Hawthrowne as lead-off, Vaughn, Richardson, and Rowe anchoring, finishing 3rd overall.

Next up for the lady beavers will be a double competition with the San Mateo, Bob Rush Invitational on Fri. and the Sacramento State, Hornet Invitation on Sat.

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Occidental Distance Carnival – Los Angeles

March 14, 2014

The men’s track team made a quick trip with four distance runners to the Oxy Distance Carnival on Friday. It was the hopes that one of the premier distance meets in southern California would help push some of the Beavers top distance runners to new PR’s. They did not disappoint – David French started off the day by running a state leading time in the 800m of 1:54.55, even after going through the first lap in 53 seconds. Logan Stahl quickly followed in the next race, coming by the 400m mark in just over 59 seconds on his way to a respectable 1:56.82 in the early season.  Chris Kigar followed in the 3000m Steeplechase with a State #2 time of 9:18.31, good for 6th place overall in the meet. Will Reyes capped the night with a 2nd place finish in the 5000m with a school record time of 14:27.00, breaking the 30-year old record held by Rusty Knowles. Full results below.


UC Davis Aggie Open

March 14-15, 2014

With the majority of the team competing as a split squad at the Aggie Open, Robert Ellis posted the 7th fastest time in school history in the 100m, with a time of 10.67. Gabe Derilo eclipsed the 11-second barrier with a time of 10.92. Ben Boone improved his PR in the 400m to 49.24. Alex Chorn won the 2nd heat of the 800m in a time of 1:59.09, with Gama Gomez exactly 1-second behind in 2:00.09. Sean Jagerson had the Beavers best time in the 3000m with an 8:58.97. Full results below.


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March 13, 2014 Box Score

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American River College mustered just 3 runs in the three game series against cross-town rival Sacramento City College s they dropped the final game of the three game series 1-0 on Friday.  The game was played partially under the lights at Beaver Field- it was a 6:00 p.m. start- for the first conference night game in at least 15 years.  Both teams were holding the other to zeroes across the board until the 6th when the Panthers got a one out walk, followed by a bunt which moved the runner up to second base, then a two out singles just past the outstretched glove of Beaver SS Michael Hatfield (Del Campo).  Freshman starter Jake Campbell (Rio Linda) fell to 2-3 on the year but threw a very strong 6 innings, allowing just 5 hits while also striking out 5.  Freshman 2B Steve Mercado (Antelope) had a pair of hits for the Beavers as did LF Joe Williams (Jesuit). 

A.R.C. moves from playing #6 ranked Sac City this past week to #2 ranked Delta College next week, with the Tuesday and Saturday games in Stockton and Thursday at home.

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Chris Kigar named male athlete of the week

March 13, 2014

Chris won the Beaver Relays 3000m Steeplechase in a state leading time of 9:32.08.  That time leads the state by over 42 seconds.  He also ran the opening 1200m leg of the ARC’s winning Distance Medley Relay, giving the Beavers an insurmountable lead, that allowed the team to cruise to victory.  This came one week after winning the 1500m at the SCC Opener where he ran 4:01.89, good enough for 4th in the state.

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Big 8 opener for softball

March 11, 2014

The Beavers opened Big 8 Conference play this weekend losing a double header to Delta College in Stockton.  2-5 & 1-9  On Tuesday the Beavers traveled to Sac City taking another loss 2-9.  Softball looks to turn things around this weekend hosting Diablo Valley College Saturday at home. Game times 12:00 and 2:00pm

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 March 11, 2014

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American River College was in a generous mood on Tuesday, basically handing Sac City 5 runs in the BIG 8 Conference opener.  The Panthers scored in the top of the first when the leadoff hitter of the game hit a pop-up that landed on the pitchers mound and was not caught by anybody.  The Panthers’ second run scored on a double steal of first and third, in which the ball was supposed to have been thrown back to starting pitcher Thomas Peterson (DeLaSalle) who missed the throw, allowing the run to score.  The Panthers third run scored on a dropped pop-up by Peterson with 2 outs.  Sac City started off the 8th with a ground ball to short which was misplayed by SS Michael Hatfield (Del Campo) for an error.  That runner later scored as did another with two outs after a pair of walks by reliever Matt Gunter (Bella Vista). 

Offensively the Beavers were held in check by Sac City ace Ben Ritchie, who threw a complete game shutout, scattering four hits with 8 strikeouts, five of them looking. 

1B Cole Ebner (El Camino) had a pair of singles for the Beavers.  A.R.C. drives down to South Sacramento on Thursday for a night game at Union Stadium, beginning at 6:00 p.m.

The Panthers and Beavers have not played a night game since 2002, when Future Big League pitcher Dallas Braden (03) defeated the Panthers 3-2, pitching 6 innings and striking out 6.  

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Men's tennis vs Foothill

March 8, 2014

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Season: 4-1         Conference: 3-0

The Beavers lost for the first time on the season in a nail biter to the Foothill Owls. The two teams entered the match at #2 (ARC) and #3 (Foothill) in Northern California. ARC started off strong, winning the doubles lines at #1 and #2 against very solid Foothill teams. At #3 doubles the Beavers came out flat and were unable to come back from an early deficit. Heading into the singles ARC needed at least a split in the remaining 6 matches. Lovedeep Singh (#1) and Hien Bui (#6) each pulled out straight set wins, but the Beavers were unable to muster another singles victory to earn the dual-team win. Coming closest were Kevin Valentine (#3) and Adam Duong (#4), each of whom lost a 10-point match tie-break in lieu of a third set. Duong battled back from an 8-4 deficit in the 10-point match tie-break to even the score at 9-9, but was unable to keep the momentum going, eventually falling 11-9. The Beavers will next face conference rival Sierra on March 11th in the first of three tough matches scheduled for this week.

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College of San Mateo 9-Way Meet

March 7, 2014

The American River men’s track team competed last Friday at the College of San Mateo 9-Way Meet. Robert Ellis tied for first in the 100m in a time of 10.68, good enough for the 6th best time in the State and 7th best all-time at ARC. He also came back to win the 200m in 22.15. David French and Logan Stahl finished 2nd and 3rd in the 800m in times of 1:55.36 and 1:55.79, which also ranks them #2 and #3 in the State. Aidan Schraer won the 1500m, with a very strong last 600m, in 4:04.79 good for 10th in the State. Will Reyes won the 5000m in 14:50.70 – Chris Kigar was 2nd in 15:16.98. Michael Mathews won the 400IH in 56.44.

The Beavers went 1-2 in the High Jump with Xavier Howell winning at 6’6.75” – Edwin Matthews was 2nd at 6’4.75”. The pole vaulters duplicated that effort with Teddy Flanagan winning at 14-10 and Keaton Anderson at 14-4. Bryan Lester won the triple jump at 12.26m. Latrelle Swayne was 2nd in the Long Jump at 6.34m. James Hubbard was 2nd in the Discus at 145’0”. He also won the Hammer at 175’0”.

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ARC Beaver Ladies  Set Three New State Leading Marks

Women's Track & Field

March 7, 2014

The lady Beavers set some great marks at the San Mateo Mini Meet today (3/7/14) amongst nine competing schools.  They also set three new California Community College State Leading mark.

Sophomore Olesya Khokhlan won the triple jump (11.62m/38’1 ½”) with as the new state leader in that event.  She also finished fifth in the long jump (4.74m) and hit the automatic qualifying standard in addition to 2nd place on the ARC All-Time Top 10 List.

Our new current leader in the state for the 800m is freshman, Kandace Compton (2:15.47)- which is not only the automatic qualifying mark, but also good enough for 3rd place on the ARC All-Time Top 10 List.

Sophomore, Alexa Lua also set the state’s top mark in the 10K (42:45) winning that event with another automatic qualifying standard.  Lua was followed by teammates Cheyenne Drury in 2nd (44:22), Maria Rojo (47:11) and Zoe Worobel (47:35). Read more

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 March 7, 2014

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American River College defeated the College of Marin 8-1 on Friday to even their season record to 7-7 for the 2014 season.  It was the Beavers third win this week while playing 4 days in a row.  A.R.C. jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the first when DH Joe Williams (Jesuit) doubled home LF Tyler Smith (Del Campo) and CF AJ Phillips (Visions) who both reached to lead off the game.  Marin got their lone run in the bottom of the first off freshman left-hander Matt Gunter (Bella Vista) who was making his first collegiate start.  After striking out the first two batters of the game Gunter hit a stretch of wildness, hitting two batters and allowing an infield single then walking in a run. 

The Beavers offense gave him some breathing room in the third by scoring 3 times, capped off by an Alex Gaskin (Jesuit) 2 run single. 

Gaskin, Williams, and SS Michael Hatfield (Del Campo) all had 2 RBI on the day and sophomore C Wade Brill (Woodcreek) also added an RBI.

Gunter earned his first collegiate win and freshman RHP Brian Evangelisti (Oakmont) pitched a scoreless 9th in his college debut. 

It was the Beavers first trip to Marin since 2003 and the first time the two had met since 2005 when the Beavers swept the Mariners in the first round of the playoffs.  The Beavers begin BIG 8 Conference play on Tuesday as they play host to cross-town rival Sacramento City College at 2:30 p.m.  Thursday’s game at Sac City will be at 6:00 p.m. and Friday’s game at Beaver Field will also be at 6:00 p.m.  

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March 5, 2014

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Pitching and defense has been the key for the Beavers this season and Wednesday was no different as freshman RHP Jake Campbell (Rio Linda) threw 8 scoreless innings which was followed by a scoreless 9th from closer Patrick Upchurch (Rancho Bernardo) as American River defeated Contra Costa College 4-0.  The game was played on Wednesday because it had been rained out both last Saturday and this past Monday.  It was the Beavers 2nd shutout victory of the season. 

The Beavers had chances to score early, but C Joe Williams (Jesuit) was stranded at 2nd in the first inning and A.R.C. had the bases loaded with no outs in the 4th inning and failed to score.  With the Beavers up 3-0 in the 8th RF Alex Gaskin (Jesuit) doubled to left which was followed by a Jimmy Lunardelli (Oakmont) double to center.  It was the second time in three games that the pair has double in the same inning. 

The Beavers stay home tomorrow to play Laney College at 2:00 p.m.

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ARC Beavers tennis teams take on conference rival Folsom Lake

March 4, 2014


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Season: 4-0    Conference:3-0

The Beavers remained undefeated on the season with a 9-0 victory over the Folsom Lake Falcons. In the doubles Jimmy Giovannini and Kevin Valentine stepped up to the #1 spot and earned an 8-2 win. Nic Atkinson and Nick Cardoza also won 8-2 at the #2 spot and Hien Bui and Tate Yurica teamed together for the first time on the year, beating the Folsom Lake #3 team 8-1. The singles highlights included Adam Duong moving up to the #1 spot for the first time in his career and winning his match without dropping a game before his opponent retired early in the second set. Yurica and Forrest Bacchi played in their first official singles competitions of the year, each gaining hard fought straight-set wins at #5 and #6 respectively. The Beavers will face off against Foothill college on Saturday, March 8th in a match-up that will feature two of the top three teams in Northern California.

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Overall Record 5-3

After back-to-back disappointing losses, the Beavers rebound with a strong performance against conference rival Folsom Lake.  The Beavers started doubles with great energy and aggressive net play, which led to decisive victories in every line.  Singles started in the same fashion with the entire team competing well and completing a solid team win winning five of six singles lines.

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 March 4, 2014

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It had been a week since American River College last took the field and the rust showed.  The defense made some costly miscues early which led to 3 unearned runs and the Beavers lost to #11 Los Medanos College in Antioch 6-2.  The Beavers out-hit LMC 9-7 but couldn’t manage to punch home the runs when  they had chances.  Sophomore Thomas Peterson (DeLaSalle) took the loss while allowing just 2 earned runs in 6 1/3 innings.  The Beavers return home on Wednesday for a make-up game against Contra Costa College at 2:00 p.m.

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Lady Beavers Perform well at the Beaver Relays

Women's Track & Field

March 1, 2014

The American River College lady Beavers did a great job at their first home meet amongst 14 competing teams.
Autumn Edgar was our top scoring female with a first place finish in the 400 meter hurdles (1:08.75), and second in the 100m hurdles (17.43) with a new personal best.  She also anchored the 4x400, with teammates Mariah Earl, Hailey Cooley, and Ashley Stubbs (4:29.45).

Earl also bettered her performance in the 4X100, along with teammates Ciara Richardson, Kyrah Vaughn, and Katelyn Rowe (50.90). Not only did she compete in both relays but also in the 100 m. hurdles with a second place finish (16.09).  Then she added triple jump for her debute at (9.97m/32’ 8.5”).

Sienna Morgan won the pole vault with a personal best by six inches in route to qualifying with the State Automatic mark.  Just missing the next highest mark, she cleared 3.24m/10’ 7.5”.

Cooley also ran the 400mH (1:18.87), then cut off .29 in the 100mH (16.83).  She also debuted in her first 100m dash of the season (13.88).

Fellow sophomore, Stubbs, finished 2nd in the 400H (1:10.04). She also ran in the 100m (13.36)   hitting a personal record by just over three tenths of a second.  Stubbs’ fourth event included the lead off (200) of the Sprint Medley Relay, 200-200-400-800, (4:18.84), with teammates, Vaughn, Keirnan Hawthrone, and anchor Kandace Compton.   They finished second with a mark good enough for second place on the ARC All Time Top Ten List.

Hawthrone also competed in the winning 4x200m relay with teammates Siena Morgan, Ciara Richardson, and Ashley Reddic (2:01.78).

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Kandace Compton

Big 8 Conference Athlete of the Week

February 27, 2014

Congratulations to ARC Beaver Track and Field Athlete Kandace Compton!

Kandace was a triple winner at the Sacramento City College Opener. She won  the 800 (2:22.76), 1500m (4:57.70) and ran on the 4 x 400m relay (4:04.87).  Her times in the 800m and 1500m are currently #7 in the State and the 4 x 400m Relay is #5 in the State.


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Men's temis match vs Diablo Valley

February 25, 2014

Overall: 3-0         Conference: 2-0

The Beavers traveled to Peasant Hill to take on the Vikings of Diablo Valley College. A last second lineup change had ARC playing without #1 player Lovedeep Singh. The rest of the lineup moved up one spot and competed well, winning all three doubles matches 8-3 and winning all but one of the singles matches in straight sets. Highlights included Tate Yurica competing in his first competition of the year, teaming with Adam Duong at #3 doubles and gaining the 8-3 victory. Duong had the most convincing singles victory of the day, losing just two games en route to his win at #3.

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Beavers slither away with win at Solano

 February 25, 2014

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American River College defeated Solano College 6-5 in 10 innings on Tuesday in Fairfield.  The Beavers played one of their sloppiest games of the season but still managed to come out with the win thanks to some big defensive plays and a couple of key pinch hits.  The Beavers got on the board early when CF AJ Phillips (Visions) led off the game with a walk and stole second.  LF Tyler Smith (Del Campo) promptly singled to right to score Phillips.  DH Joe Williams (Jesuit) then doubled over the right fielders head to send Smith to third, who then got caught off the bag and got in a rundown.  Williams preceded to advance to third but when Smith got back to third safely Solano’s third baseman tagged both runners, which forced Williams to be out.  Smith then mistakenly got off the base and was tagged out also, killing the rally.

Solano managed to scrap for 7 hits and 4 runs off of Northern California Pitcher of the Week Thomas Peterson (DeLa Salle) who was uncharacteristically wild, and the Beavers defense committed a season high 5 errors. 

C Wade Brill (Woodcreek) saved the Beavers a couple of times, once by picking off a runner at third with no outs in the 2nd inning and by making a great pick of a bad throw to tag a runner out at the plate in the 5th inning.

The Beavers trailed 5-3 entering the 9th but a pinch hit double by freshman Alex Gaskin (Jesuit) and a two out pinch hit double by Jimmy Lunardelli (Oakmont) tied the game to send it to extra innings.  Tyler Smith led off the 10th with a bunt base hit and then stole 2nd, his first stolen base of the season.  After a fly out to right moved Smith to third, 1B Cole Ebner (El Camino) picked up his 3rd hit of the game and his  first RBI to put the Beavers in the lead for the first time since the 2nd inning. 

Patrick Upchurch threw a career high 3 innings to pick up his first win of the season, striking out three while allowing just one hit.

The Beavers are scheduled to play Contra Costa College at home on Saturday at 1:00 p.m.

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ARC Opens Season with Back to Back Successful Days

Women's Swim 2014

 February 22, 2014

The women’s swim team headed to Livermore to compete in the Las Positas Invite.  ARC women finished 3rd of 16 teams.  Jenner Johnson won both breaststroke, with a 1:09.74 in the 100 and 32.07 in the 50.  Kristin Boston finished 2nd in the 200 IM in a time of 2:21.51, while freshman Michal Andreatta finished 4th in the 200 free in a time of 2:02.43.  Tiera Kraft had a highly successful day capturing first on both the 1 & 3 meter boards while setting new school records on both the 1 & 3 meter boards.  A great day of performances for all of the woman.

The following day ARC hosted Southern California’s Orange Coast and Santa Rosa in a three way meet.  The weather was perfect for fast swims.  Jenner Johnson again won both breaststroke events and improved her times in both events.  Freshman Emily Perry won the 200 free as well as freshman Alex Dumaplin swam all personal best times.  Diver Tiera Kraft also won both 1 & 3 meter to finish out a great weekend of competition.

The women head to Sacramento City College Friday for the Los Rios Invite.

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Softball update

February 2014

The Beavers had a tough day against Solano College, losing 7-4 on Thursday, February 19th.  Stephanie Mitoma had a great day on the mound  giving up 8 hits and only allowing 1 earned run.  The Beavers struggled to play defense allowing 7 Solano College runs.  Jordyn Bradley lead ARC going to 2 x 3 with a 2 run home run.

On Friday, February 20th softball hosted a 3 way with College of the Redwoods and Yuba College.  The Beavers opened with Redwoods scoring 11 runs in the bottom of the first inning.  The final score was 16-3 ARC.  Top batters for ARC Shirley May 3 x4 with a double, Lolli Conway 2 x 3 with 2 doubles, Lauren Bradley 3 x4, Jordyn Bradley 2 x 4, Brooke Lindstrom 3 x 4, Midori bounds 2 x4.  Midori Bounds picked up the win in the circle.

Yuba College beat Redwoods 11-2 in game two.

Game three was a battle between Yuba and ARC.  Yuba College came out on top 7-6.  The Beavers made a come in the bottom of the 7th, but pulled up short. Shirley May went 3 x4 at the plate with 4 RBIs and Lolli Conway went 2 x 4.  Lolli took the loss on the mound. 

Softball is home Wednesday, February 26th 2:30pm vs Butte College.

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Strong start for Men's Track & Field

 February 22, 2014

The ARC men's track & field team began their defense of their Big 8 Conference and NorCal titles in strong fashion Saturday at Sac City. The Beavers won 13 events with two standout marks that left the competition in the dust. Will Reyes won the 5000 meters in 14:37, second all time at ARC, and nearly lapped 2nd place. The other top mark was freshman James Hubbard winning the Hammer Throw in a 6th ARC all time mark of 170'11".

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