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365体育投注Former UC Davis All-American wide receiver Keelan Doss shows his stuff at Oakland Raiders camp on Aug. 1. Doss went undrafted by the NFL in June, but almost immediately thereafter signed a three-year deal with the club. Ali Badain/ Oakland Raiders

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Local roundup: Local 13-Us win Phoenix baseball tourney

365体育投注PHOENIX, Ariz. — In the Sonoran Desert earlier this month, the newest chapter in the long tradition of Davis youth baseball excellence was written as the under-13 NCB Aggies won the championship at the 20-team USSSA Tournament.

The 13-player squad swept through its five games as local bats were alive on the event’s next-to-last day — collecting 21 runs, 18 hits and 19 runs batted in while holding opponents to three runs on six hits in two games.

365体育投注Salassie Campos and Dylan Beamish each combined for four RBIs on the day with Drew Van Court, Alex Kieffer and Campos each combining for three hits. NCB Aggie pitchers Van Court, Campos, Dylan Hotaling and Charlie Sheridan combined for 19 strikeouts while allowing only four hits and two earned runs on the day.

365体育投注On a busy final Sunday, the locals played from noon to 8 p.m. and bested three Southern California teams.

Mercy-rule victories in the first two contests and an epic battle to end the tournament made the championship memorable, according to Aggies coach Matt Castles.

Van Court knocked in seven runs on the day and Kieffer added four more RBIs. Aiden Larsen led all hitters on Sunday with seven hits. Six pitchers took the mound on Sunday as Dylan Beamish and Jackson Moore combined in Game 1 to pitch an 8-2 gem.

Cade Castles and Hotaling teamed up for a 13-3 drubbing in Game 2.

Then, in the final game, the NCB Aggies fielded three pitchers — Campos, Van Court and closer Hotaling.

Hot bats paced the Aggies to an early 6-2 lead but the Orange County Fury clawed back to go up 8-6 halfway through the fifth.

365体育投注NCB equalized in the bottom of that frame — and with the score still tied in the sixth, Eli Burnham delivered the hit of the day, a bases clearing triple to score Campos and Beamish. Hotaling then plated Burnham and went to the mound for the save.

365体育投注Castles talked to his team afterward: “I couldn’t be prouder of you for playing as a team, for never giving up, and always playing your way back into it. That was a team effort and every one of you contributed.”

Doss tagged by Raiders

365体育投注Former UC Davis All-American receiver Keelan Doss has been tendered free-agent exclusive rights by the Las Vegas Raiders.

Doss, who caught just 11 passes for 133 yards in 2019, was a healthy scratch for half of the Raiders’ games. The announcement came by way of Heavy.com’s Austin Boyd, who was quoting online blogger Jerry McDonald.

365体育投注An exclusive rights free agent is so designated if his original team offers a one-year pact with league-minimum salary based on credited seasons. If tendered, that player cannot negotiate with other teams and has a leg up in making that NFL roster during the upcoming campaign.

365体育投注Doss joins Trent Sieg, Daniel Carson, D.J. Killings, Jeremiah Valoaga and Dallin Leavitt as other tendered Raiders.

Davis Diamonds

LODI — Davis gymnasts faced their toughest competition this year at the Delta Classic on March 7 and 8. This Junior Olympic sanctioned event, attended by most of the top teams in Northern California, was held in the historic Lodi Grape Judging Pavillon.

365体育投注This year, judges were flown in from out of state and the Tampa Bay Turners, a top Florida team came to compete.

365体育投注In the Level 8 session, Harper eighth-grader Alexandra Lee was steady on the balance beam to come away with a bronze (9.025). Best of the locals in the Level 6 session was Sofia Patriquin, totaling a personal-best 36.275, including 9.375 on beam (fourth). Ellie Liu’s 9.25 on bars was good for fourth.

In the Xcel Diamond session, Davis High senior Lainey Swanson won the floor exercise with a 9.4, placed second on vault, bars and all-around and took third on beam. Teammate Lily Rigor won beam, took silver on the floor exercise and earned bronzes for vault, bars and all-around.

In Xcel Platinum, Lana Tobia won a bronze with her half-on-half-off twisting vault. In a Xcel Gold session, Simone Anderson’s steady beam performance earned a 9.5 for the senior bronze, while teammate Sabrina Parsons earned the junior beam bronze (9.35). Molly Roseen dominated the Xcel Bronze division, earning first on bars and beam, second on floor, posting a 37.725 all-around, to claim first in the Junior division. Elle Bergdorf won the beam silver with a 9.475. Also strong on the balance beam, Emily Spence won a bronze with 9.45.

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