Cody White singled home Jonathan Chapa in the bottom of the ninth inning Friday to give Reedley College a 2-1 victory against Northern California No. 4-ranked Sierra at the Reedley tournament.
The upsets kept coming, as Porterville knocked off No. 10 Solano 7-5.
Chris De la Torre stopped Sierra (5-2) on six hits for the Tigers (4-3), and threw a perfect ninth for the victory. Jonathan Rodriguez and Richard Roque both went 2 for 4, Chapa had two hits and White drove in two runs.
- Joe Mello drove in the go-ahead run in the ninth to give NorCal No. 5-ranked Chabot a 6-5 victory over No. 11 Fresno City College at John Euless Ballpark.
Jackson Glines had a triple and two RBIs, and Brett Bishop and John Korsgaden each had three hits for the Rams (4-5), who open Central Valley Conference play at 2 p.m. Tuesday against College of the Sequoias in Visalia.
- NorCal No. 12 Cosumnes River handed No. 15 Sequoias its second straight loss, 7-2, in Visalia.
The Giants (5-2) had six hits; Scott Loper and Michael Flores each had two. Flores had a double and an RBI. Leland Tilley took the loss, going six innings and allowing seven hits and three earned runs against the Hawks (3-3).
Fresno City softball team posts shutout
Vanessa Salinas pitched a two-hit shutout with six strikeouts to lift Fresno City past Gavilan 8-0 at home as part of the Sequoias softball tournament.
Cierrah Mullins, Salinas, Kim Fisher and Kapri Angotti each had two hits for the Rams (2-4). Nikki Diaz drove in two runs against Gavilan (6-6-1).
Borer's 4 assists pace NAHL Monsters' win
Riley Borer had a goal and assist and Brett Blomgren chipped in four assists to help the North American Hockey League Fresno Monsters down visiting Dawson Creek 4-2.
Tomas Sholl stopped 22 shots and shut out the Rage in the third period.
- Don Coyle scored twice and Michael Freeman added a goal and assist for the Monsters in a 5-1 victory against San Diego in a Western States Hockey League game. Marcus Harbison was called on to make only 16 saves in the opener of a three-game series against the Gulls.
Ernst finishes 11th, 'Dogs 14th in Hawaii
UNLV's Derek Ernst (Clovis East High) tied for 11th with a 4-under 214 to help the Rebels share second with Duke at the John Burns Intercollegiate tournament at Turtle Bay Resort's Arnold Palmer Course in Kahuku, Oahu.
Cal won the 18-team event with a 17-under 847, as Pace Johnson (Clovis West) shot par 216.
UNLV, with Ernst carding a final round 4-under 68, and Duke came in at 854. Fresno State was 14th at 38-over 902.
Brian Sunker, who had a final-round 70, paced the Bulldogs with a 218 total. Keenan Nelson shot 229, Rufie Fessler 230, Jack Mulroy 232 and Nate Jessup 235.
Bulldogs women lose to ranked tennis foe
Marianne Jodoin and Bianca Modoc came away with Fresno State's wins in a 5-2 loss to No. 31 Texas A&M at the Wathen Center.
The 49th-ranked Jodoin swept Nazari Urbina 7-6, 5-1 at No. 1 singles for the Bulldogs (2-5). Modoc pulled out a 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 win against Lauren Santacroce.
Texas A&M's No. 14- ranked Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar played at No. 2 singles and won 6-3, 6-0 over Aishwarya Agrawal.
Fresno City women suffer road tennis loss
Cypress won all three doubles matches en route to a 6-3 women's tennis win against Fresno City in Ventura.
Maddie Loomis beat Christine Lee 3-6, 6-2 (10-4) at No. 1 singles for the Rams, and Kate Abston and Regina Leyba won their matches in straight sets.
In No. 1 doubles, Lee and Nikki Thornburg defeated Loomis and Abston 8-6.
Fresno Pacific suffers 2 losses in water polo
Fresno Pacfic's women's water polo team lost 9-6 to Concordia and 27-1 to NCAA No. 2 USC at the Lancer Invite in Riverside.
Jaimie Lugo scored three goals against Concordia for the Sunbirds (0-10), who had tied it at 6. Nicolette Haley had the lone goal against the Trojans.
Fresno Pacific plays Vanguard and Pacific today.