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Feb. 4 community sports announcements, results, accomplishments

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    By Central California Aztecs boys 14/18U players traveled to Barcelona and San Sebastian, Spain and competed in the Donasti Cup. The 14U Aztecs went 1-1-1 and were second place in bracket play. They made it to the knockout stages of the Champions Division but lost in penalty kicks to Mercedarios FC of Spain. Players were: John Pulskamp, Andrew Miller, Manual Munoz, Ulysses Ramirez, Joey Foster, Jose Vasquez, Adrian Martinez, Mark Espinoza, Hugo Magana, Emerson Arana, Zayd Pulskamp, Christian Holladay, Grant Fidler, Jaret Fidler and Jevon Flippin. They were coached by Ray Sanders. Central Cal's 18U boys, coached by Ryan Valencia, did not have enough plaers for a full team and joined with a squad from Putnam City North (Okla.) to form PCN-Central Cal. The assembled squad went 1-0-2 in bracket play, for third place in bracket play. The boys spent 12 days in Spain playing at professional facilities against youth academy clubs. They also took a tour of Camp Noe, home of FC Barcelona.

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    By Central California Aztecs boys 14/18U players traveled to Barcelona and San Sebastian, Spain and competed in the Donasti Cup. The 14U Aztecs went 1-1-1 and were second place in bracket play. They made it to the knockout stages of the Champions Division but lost in penalty kicks to Mercedarios FC of Spain. Players were: John Pulskamp, Andrew Miller, Manual Munoz, Ulysses Ramirez, Joey Foster, Jose Vasquez, Adrian Martinez, Mark Espinoza, Hugo Magana, Emerson Arana, Zayd Pulskamp, Christian Holladay, Grant Fidler, Jaret Fidler and Jevon Flippin. They were coached by Ray Sanders. Central Cal's 18U boys, coached by Ryan Valencia, did not have enough plaers for a full team and joined with a squad from Putnam City North (Okla.) to form PCN-Central Cal. The assembled squad went 1-0-2 in bracket play, for third place in bracket play. The boys spent 12 days in Spain playing at professional facilities against youth academy clubs. They also took a tour of Camp Noe, home of FC Barcelona.

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By The Bakersfield Californian

Announcements

Baseball

Bullets 9U travel team open tryouts. Cannot turn 10 before May 1. Email: gregRtorres@gmail.com or call (661) 703-6529

Basketball

Bakersfield Heat Premier Girls Basketball Club is seeking experienced girls grades 9-12. Tryouts for JV, varsity spring 2014 travel teams will be held from 5-7 p.m. Feb. 28 and March 8 at Riverlakes Ranch Community Center Gym, behind Centennial High. For more information, visit bakersfieldheat.org or call Jim Parks at (661) 747-0685.

Cheer

Golden Empire Youth Spartans Mid-West youth cheerleading sign-ups. For more information contact, GiGi (661) 382-4433 or gigi4spartanscheer@yahoo.com

Flag football

Spring sign-ups at alloutflagfootball.org Ages 5-14, season starts March 17. For more information, call (661) 565-0743 or email alloutflagfootball@gmail.com

Softball

Valley Valkyries competitive fast pitch 14U open tryout, noon-3 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m.-noon Sunday Dave Fry Field. For more information contact Roman (661) 380-0419.

Central Cal Dirtdogs 10U fastpitch seeking players. Contact coach Derek Valencia (661) 865-2305.

Garces alumni game, 10 a.m., Feb. 15. All alumni softball players are invited to participate. Contact Julia at (661) 201-0669.

Accomplishments, results

Central California Aztecs boys 14U and 18U players traveled to Barcelona and San Sebastian, Spain, recently, to compete in the Donasti Cup. The 14U Aztecs went 1-1-1 and were second place in bracket play. They made it to the knockout stages of the Champions Division but lost in penalty kicks to Mercedarios FC of Spain. Players were: John Pulskamp, Andrew Miller, Manual Munoz, Ulysses Ramirez, Joey Foster, Jose Vasquez, Adrian Martinez, Mark Espinoza, Hugo Magana, Emerson Arana, Zayd Pulskamp, Christian Holladay, Grant Fidler, Jaret Fidler and Jevon Flippin. They were coached by Ray Sanders. Central Cal's 18U boys, coached by Ryan Valencia, did not have enough plaers for a full team and joined with a squad from Putnam City North (Okla.) to form PCN-Central Cal. The squad went 1-0-2 in bracket play for third place. The boys spent 12 days in Spain playing at professional facilities against youth academy clubs. They also took a tour of Camp Noe, home of FC Barcelona.

 

Japan Martial Arts Academy of Bakersfield's results from the Central Valley Friendship Open Martial Arts Championships in Fresno: Christion Alsina (1st kata, 4th weapons kata, 4th kumite); Sam Cole (1st kata, 1st weapons kata); Grant McMahon (2nd weapons kata).

 

Galaxy gymnasts results from the Lady Luck Invitational held Jan. 17-19 in Las Vegas, levels 3-9, in a meet that included more than 2,000 other gymnasts.

Level 3: Cameron Boyd, 4th vault and bars, 3rd beam, 2nd floor, 3rd all-around. Level 4: Donna Vinson, 6th vault, tied for 7th bars, beam, 10th floor, 9th all-around. Jewel Molina 7th vault, 9th bars, 10th beam, 3rd floor (9.45), 8th all-around. Level 5: Hailey Shaw, 7th vault, tied for 9th beam, 10th all-around. Level 6: Cloie Sharp, 1st vault and bars, 6th beam, 4th floor, 1st all-around. Kaylin Lampson, 3rd vault, 2nd bars, 9th beam, 10th floor, 2nd all-around. Sophie Bouldoukian, 7th on bars, 5th beam, 9th all-around. Maggi Komin, 8th bars, 5th beam, 10th all-around. Ireland Fleming, 5th floor. Sydney Lahoda 10th, beam. Level 6 optional gymnasts, 4th in overall team. Level 7: Ellie Murdoch tied 4th vault, 7th bars, 2nd beam, 6th all-around. Emma Burgess, 9th vault, 3rd bars, tied 4th beam, 4th all-around. Melissa Bothwell, 4th vault, 2nd beam, 7th all-around. Kaitlyn McDonnell, tied for 6th vault, 3rd bars, 9th all-around. Level 8: Kennedy Sherrill, tied 5th on bars, 6th beam, 5th floor, 6th all-around. Level 9: Hannah Chernabaeff, 4th vault, 3rd bars, tied for 8th beam, 1st floor, 3rd all-around. Gillian Garcia, 7th vault, 8th bars, tied for 4th beam, 6th floor, 8th all-around.

Galaxy's optional gymnasts results, weekend meet in Roseville.

Team: Levels 6, 7 too first place

Level 6: Cloie Sharp, 1st vault, 1st bars, 2nd beam, 5th floor, all-around champion (37.075). Sophie Bouldoukian, tied 3rd vault, 3rd bars, 4th beam, 2nd floor and all-around. Ireland Fleming, 2nd vault, tied for 4th on bars, 6th beam, 3rd floor and all-around. Maggi Komin, tied for 3rd vault, 2nd bars, tied for 5th all-around. Sydney Lahoda, 8th on vault, bars, beam, floor and all-around. Level 7: Emma Burgess tied for 4th vault, 3rd bars, 1st beam, 5th floo, 2nd all-around. Ellie Murdoch, 6th vault, 2nd bars and beam, 9th floor, 3rd all-around. Kaitlyn McDonnell, tied for 7th vault, 7th beam, 10th all-around. Melissa Bothwell, 1st vault (9.475), 3rd floor. Level 8: Kennedy Sherrill, 5th vault, 7th bars and beam, 6th all-around. Level 9: Hannah Chernabaeff, 8th vault and beam, 7th floor, 9th all-around. Gillian Garcia, 7th vault, 5th beam, 10th all-around.

American Cheer, the cheerleading program of American Kids Sports Center, earned a bid and $25,000 toward its participation in the 2014 Cheerleading Worlds in Orlando. This is the 11th consecutive year the program has qualified, one of only four programs in the nation to do so. The bid was won at the Spirit Sports Competition in Palm Springs over the weekend, where American's top squad (Flyers) took second. American Cheer took 11 teams to the competition. Results: Glitter (4th), Red (3rd), Ruby (second), White (4th), Silver (9th of 23), Steel (10th), Diamond (9th) Platinum (6th), Blue (2nd), Flyers (2nd).

American Kids Sports Center's Level 8 boys gymnastics team won the Southern California Second Preliminary over the weekend in Torrance. Collin Maberry won the 13-14 age group all-around, also winning rings and parallel bars and taking second on pommel horse and high bar. Tyler Weiner placed second all-around, placing second on floor exercise and rings. Spenser Prow won all four of his events (floor, pommel horse, vault, high bar). In the 15- and-older age group, Luke Tomlinson and Marty Peterson placed 2nd and 3rd, respectively, in the all-around. Tomlinson won pommel horse, and placed second on floor and rings. Peterson took third on four events. In Level 10, Cooper Bishop won the all around title. The boys are coached by Tom Ladman and Matt Williams.

American's Level 6 boys gymnastics team won the team title at the Southern California Second Preliminary over the weekend in Torrance. The boys were led by all-around champions Aidan Myers (9-10-year olds) and Diego Lopez (11-12-year-olds). Chase Shanley placed second all-around in the 13-and-older age group. Myers also won pommel horse and parallel bars and placed second on floor exercise. Lopez won floor exercise, pommel horse, parallel bars and high bar, and placed second on rings. Shanley placed second on high bar. Other team members include Joshua Evangelio, Shane Willey, and Jarrett Lowe. They are coached by Tom Ladman and Matt Williams. Their next competition will be the North Conference Championships March 1 in Simi Valley.

American's Level 5 boys gymnastics team (11-and-older age group) won the Southern California Second Preliminary over the weekend in Torrance. The competition featured nearly 300 boys from Southern California. The team was led by Tommy Worman, who won the 13-and-over all-around title, also placing first on floor exercise, rings and parallel bars. Teammate Colin Stikes placed third all-around in the 11-12 age group, winning pommel horse and parallel bars. Nicholas Garcia won the still rings and placed 2nd on high bar. The Level 5 (10U) team placed fourth. Team members include Sam Morelos, Connor Dao, Luke Rice and Zachary Tisinger. They are coached by Sean Farrell and Hayden DaMant.

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