Olivia Wilson, the No. 2 singles player from Napa’s Justin Siena High, claimed the title in the singles bracket, beating teammate Rachel Carston.
Locally, Jenna Bottorff, Nadean Hurtado, Mansi Saini and Amy Yonemoto of Freedom, plus Liberty’s Janelle Sparks and Jenne Wirstlin, also performed well.
In doubles play, Paige Johnson and Aubrey Boehm from Tracy emerged victorious over teammates Becca Reinan and Camille McDaniel for the bracket win.
Heritage’s No. 2 doubles team of Jennifer Johnston and Jeanette Shepherd won the consolation bracket. The top Liberty duo of Alexis Esquivel and Hannah Fugazzi, as well as Becca Reinan and Camille McDaniel, earned a few victories before falling in the consolation bracket.
At the recent Deer Valley Tournament, the host Wolverines went 1-4 on the weekend. Presentation, from San Jose, topped San Ramon Valley for the title.
Deer Valley lost its first match to San Ramon Valley; then dropped a match to Bishop O’Dowd.
In their third match, the Wolverines’ earned their first win of the season, defeating Las Lomas 25-23, 25-18. Deer Valley senior outside hitter Marissa Malone made seven kills in the victory. Junior setting Megan Santos was credited with 20 assists. The Wolverines lost to Liberty and Northgate to finish.
The Lions’ win over Deer Valley was also their one victory in the tournament. Liberty senior outside hitter Ana Silvia-Vega made four kills in that game. Junior setter Kiana Pinkowski was credited with eight assists.
Freedom went 3-2 over the weekend in the George Mark Alameda Tournament. The Falcons first toppled St. Elizabeth in three sets – 25-9, 25-21 and 25-18. Freedom then beat College Park in two games, 26-24 and 25-17. A third straight win in the tournament came over Skyline, 25-9, 25-9. The Falcons finished with losses to St. Joseph Notre Dame and Clayton Valley.
Heritage volleyball clinic
Heritage High has planned its fall volleyball clinic, slated for Oct. 10-13 from 9 a.m. to noon each day. Boys and girls in grades three through eight are invited and beginners are welcome. The cost of the camp is $100.
For more information, e-mail Janet Hannigan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freedom hoops camp
Freedom High will host a girls basketball camp, which runs from Oct. 3-7 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The camp costs $70. For more information, call Albert Nunez at 925-852-7161 or e-mail email@example.com.
– Compiled by Justin Lafferty