The Redwood boys tennis team defeated Mt. Whitney 9-0 to cap off an undefeated West Yosemite League campaign.
The Rangers finished the season with a 12-0 league record and went 18-4 overall.
Evan Morritse, Dom Quintanilla, Alex Gong, Sam Lechtman, Mark Garcia and Zachary Madruga each won their singles matches for the Rangers.
Quintanilla and Gong teamed to win at No. 1 doubles, Morritse teamed with Jared Bigelow at No. 2 doubles, and Lechtman teamed with James Choi to win at No. 3 doubles.
Golden West 7, El Diamante 2: The Trailblazers wrapped up a third-place finish in the WYL with a win over the Miners.
Golden West finished the regular season with an 8-4 league record and went 15-7 overall.
Jesus Zamora, Ernie Alvarado, Matt Duyst, Ben Price and Dillon Barnett each won their singles matches for Golden West.
El Diamante’s only singles victory was by Tyler Lorentzen.
The West Yosemite League singles and doubles tournament will be Friday at Mt. Whitney.
Bakersfield Christian 6, Central Valley Christian 3: The Eagles defeated the Cavaliers in a nonleague match.
CVC’s Andrew Gong and Bailey Gong each won their singles matches, and Bailey Gong teamed with Riley Thomas to win at No. 2 doubles.
The Cavaliers (11-6) will play Exeter today. Bakersfield Christian is 19-6 overall.
The College of the Sequoias softball team earned the No. 11 seed in the Northern California Regional playoffs.
The Giants finished the regular season with a 28-9 overall record. They will play at No. 1 Sierra (27-10-1) in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday and Sunday.
The College of San Mateo (36-4) is the No. 1 seed.
The College of the Sequoias baseball team earned a berth in the Northern California Regional playoffs.
The Giants (19-17) are seeded No. 17 and play a single-elimination game at No. 16 Modesto (18-17) today.
The winner will advance to a best-of-three series against No. 1 Santa Rosa on Friday and Saturday.
Conference foe Fresno City is the No. 4 seed, and Merced is the No. 10 seed.
Gabe Meza signs with Sacramento State
Former El Diamante pitcher Gabe Meza signed a letter of intent to play for Sacramento State University on Saturday. Meza, whose family moved to Northern California after his last season with the Miners in 2010, currently plays for Granite Bay High School. He owns a 3-3 record with a 2.60 ERA this season, and has recorded 112 strikeouts in 84 1/3 career innings. His fastball has been clocked in the low-90-mph range according to the Press Tribune.