Cal's Joel Stalter was the individual medalist and teammate and ex-Clovis West High star Michael Weaver tied for 12th for the team champion Golden Bears while Fresno State was 14th as the Alister MacKenzie Invitational men's golf tournament wrapped up Tuesday at Sonoma Golf Club.
The Bears had total rounds of 268-273-284 to finish at 39-under 825 on the par-72, 7,103-yard course. UC Davis was 22 shots back in second.
Fresno State shot 294-290-299 for a 19-over 883 in the 16-team field. Daniel Russell had rounds of 73-74-70 for a 1-over 217 to tie for 34th.
Stalter (64-69-70-203) edged Oregon State's David Fink by a stroke. Weaver had rounds of 68-73-71 for a 212.
Fresno City men dealt upset in soccer
Fresno City College's state No. 10 men's soccer team is the latest Central Valley Conference team to be vanquished by Cosumnes River.
The unranked Hawks (7-3-5) ran their unbeaten streak to five — the past three all wins over CVC teams — by edging the Rams 3-2 in nonconference play in Sacramento.
The difference was an own goal for Cosumnes River to make it 3-1 in the 70th minute. Fresno City (8-5-3) got Efrain Perez's goal in the 81st, but failed to deliver an equalizer.
Cosumnes River beat Sequoias 1-0 last Tuesday and Taft 2-0 on Friday.
Big Fresno Fair horse racing figures climb
On-track wagering rose 2% and all-sources handle 3% at the nine-day Big Fresno Fair meet that concluded Monday, the Daily Racing Form reported.
Ontrack live handle was up from $2,851,317 in 2012 to $2,920,523 this year. The all-source handle, with a 6% increase in out-of-state wagering on the local races, was $10,879,597 in 2012 and $11,174,055 this year.
Figures supplied Tuesday by The Big Fresno Fair showed 622 horses ran in 88 races for an average of seven horses per race. There were 295 horses stabled during the fair.
Cañada, Rams' Luis star at golf tourney
Fresno City College's Kayla Luis was the top medalist but Cañada continued its runaway sprint to the season points championship after capturing the latest Central Valley Conference women's golf mini-tournament.
Cañada totaled 326 strokes to West Hills-Lemoore's 391 at par-72 Fig Garden GC. The Colts have 36 season points compared to the second-place Golden Eagles' 27.
Luis shot a 75, with Canada's Sarah Rotter at 78. Ashley Andrada's 95 led West Hills-Lemoore.
Match 10 of the 12-match regular season is Thursday at Ridgemark in Hollister — a change with Moffett Field unavailable because of the partial federal government shutdown.