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IMCA Modifieds return to Antioch Speedway, Saturday night, April 18

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Four Antioch drivers in contention in their divisions

By Don Martin, II

The popular IMCA Modifieds return to Antioch Speedway this Saturday night, to headline an exciting five-division racing program.  Also on the card this week will be the Limited Late Models, Hobby Stocks, Wingless Spec Sprints and Dwarf Cars.

We are four races into the IMCA Modified season, and five drivers have emerged at the front of the pack as the top title contenders.  They are point leader Nick DeCarlo of Martinez (115 points), Scott Busby of Martinez (106 points), Antioch’s Bobby Motts, Jr. (103 points), Fairfield’s Terry Kaiser (83 points) and Troy Foulger of Martinez (80 points).

The competitive IMCA Modified division has had four different winners so far, and it was the four time track champion Foulger, who won last time out.  Another four time champion, Busby, won the previous race, and both drivers are anticipated for this event.

The Limited Late Models so far are a repeat of last year’s battle as defending champion Larry Damitz of Vallejo leads Susuin’s Mike Hynes by just two points.  Current Merced point leader Mark Garner of Antioch is 14 points out.  Damitz and Garner have won the Main Events so far in the competitive division.

Two time defending Hobby Stock champion Kimo Oreta of Vacaville leads Oakley’s Nick Baldwin by just two points in the Hobby Stock battle.  Both drivers have one win each and are definite threats to win this week.  Melissa Myers of Brentwood is a two time winner and is third in points at the moment.

The competitive Wingless Spec Sprint class features a tight, three car battle between Kyle Bakkie of Citrus Heights (198 points), Antioch’s Roy Fisher (194 points) and Rich Panfili of Antioch (188 points).  Fisher was impressive in winning his second Main Event last week, while one time winner Bakkie lost some of his point lead when he failed to finish that race.

The always exciting Dwarf Cars has a three car battle up front with two time defending champion Danny Wagner of Bay Point leading Concord’s David Teves and Adam Teves by eight and 18 points, respectively.  Wagner already has two wins and chased teenage sensation Adam Teves across the line last week for the second place finish that put him back into the point lead.

With so many competitive racers in all five divisions, it’s anybody’s guess who will win this week, but it’s sure to be a crowd pleasing show.

Antioch Speedway is located within the Contra Costa County Fairgrounds, 1201 W. 10th St. in Antioch, Calif. Admission is $15 for adults, $12 for senior citizens, and $10 for children 6-12. Children under six years old are admitted free. A family four pack of tickets is $40. Secured parking is offered by the Fairgrounds for $5. Racing begins at 6:30 p.m.

For more information visit the track’s official website at www.ovalmotorsports.com.

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Dallas Ranch Middle School Aviators in full control at AUSD Soccer Tournament

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015
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Dallas Ranch Middle School Boys and Girls 2015 Tournament Champion soccer teams. Photo by Michael Pohl.

By Luke Johnson

Dallas Ranch Middle School dominated in the Antioch Unified School District Soccer Tournament. In the championship matches, the girls defeated Antioch Middle 7-0, while the boys succeeded Black Diamond Middle 4-0, on Saturday, March 21st.

In five matches of the tournament (four round robin and one final), the Aviators boys and girls only allowed their opponents to score one goal each. They were led defensively by keepers Bryan Cruz (27 saves) and Juana Mendoza (22 saves). Cruz is one of the top ranked goalies in California among all 8th graders, according to coach Conrad Diaz.

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Eli Orocio on his way to score one of his three goals. Photo by Michael Pohl.

Offensively the girls were boosted by Sarah Figueroa and Tatiana Elsea, who had seven goals and five assists apiece; while the boys were propelled by Elias Orocio and Gustavo Perez, who both had three goals and three assists. Figueroa performed a hat-trick by scoring four of her goals in the championship match. Overall DRMS outscored its opponents 19-1 for the girls and 12-1 for the boys.

Diaz, who coaches both teams and just won his first championship in his three-year tenure, said the biggest victory this season did not happen on the field but in the classroom. Earlier in the school year, six players had a 0.5 GPA and were ineligible. But all of them found encouragement in playing soccer and brought up their grades to over a 2.0, some over 2.5, to compete this season.

This school was blessed with good players,” Diaz said. “They were enthusiastic about getting their grades up, and they were self-motivated… That is my success story; not the trophies. The trophies are great, and all that, but getting those six students to realize that academics are first, and that’s their future.”

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Antioch’s Sporting Edge Ski & Marine to celebrate 25th anniversary with sale, this Saturday

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

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First wins for Paul Guglielmoni in DIRTcar Late Models and Patti Ryland in IMCA SportMods at Antioch Speedway, Saturday night

Sunday, April 12th, 2015
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Antioch Speedway Action – Paul Guglielmoni (22G) maintains his line as Jeff Decker (84) dives low to make a pass in turn two at Antioch Speedway. Guglielmoni pulled away on the straightaways lap after lap to grab the checkered flag. (Antioch, CA).  Photo by Mike Adaskaveg

 

Antioch, CA – Paul Guglielmoni knew Jeff Decker had beaten him time and time again, but he wasn’t about to have that happen in Saturday night’s DIRTcar Late Model Stock Car main event at Antioch Speedway. Guglielmoni drove perfectly to score his first win in the nationally sanctioned division, out-running Decker and Troy Foulger in a spectacular finish.

Guglielmoni, from Vacaville, saw the front nose of Decker’s car along side his driver-side door going into the turns lap after lap – and through several restarts – but he was able to pull away as they headed down the straightaways.

Jeff (Decker) was fast, and he raced me clean,” Guglielmoni said in victory lane. “I just kept watching the score board and tried not to make any mistakes. I don’t think I’ve been able to beat him on a restart in a few years. I just tried to be consistent and hit my marks.”

Guglielmoni drove flawlessly. Decker, from Morgan Hill, tried the low side of the track, but it did not give him the traction needed to get past Guglielmoni in the turns.

I’m glad Paul (Guglielmoni) won – he deserved to win,” Decker said. “Paul ran the perfect line. I tried to get underneath him to pass, but my car couldn’t get enough bite down low. I was driving offensively and defensively at the same time – trying to pass Paul and stay ahead of the guys behind me.”

One red flag flew when the car driven by Dennis Souza of Pescadero flipped going into the first turn. Souza was freed from the upside down late model and unharmed by the 100 mph crash.

Guglielmoni maintained the lead at the restart, while Troy Foulger of Martinez worked his Oakley based Bill Bowers late model through the pack. Foulger pressed hard to get by Chico’s Richard Papenhausen.

Closing ground on Guglielmoni and Decker, Foulger was making a run for the win. With the white flag waving, it was Decker on the inside and Foulger on the outside – both sharing Guglielmoni’s back bumper. Papenhausen was right behind the top three to cross the line in fourth. Danny Malfatti of Hayward scored his best finish to date in taking home fifth place.

What a race!” Foulger said as he congratulated Guglielmoni after the victory. “That was fun. Paul (Guglielmoni) had a perfect run.”

Guglielmoni thanked his crew chief, Milt McGinnis, after the race.

We had a great car, a smooth track, and clean racing – that made the difference,” Guglielmoni said.

A Different Ryland Victorious in IMCA SportMod Feature

Everyone was wondering if IMCA National point leader Fred Ryland of Brentwood would continue his streak and win a 10th IMCA SportMod feature event Saturday night.

But it was a different Ryland who took the checkered flag – Fred’s wife Patti scored her first career win on her third time out in an IMCA SportMod racecar.

Patti Ryland, who works in the aerospace industry, was launched to stardom in the speedway’s hobby stock division and became one of the division’s most winning drivers. This year she moved up to the IMCA SportMods.

My goal was to finish in the top five,” Patti Ryland laughed in victory lane. “I guess a win is a top five finish.”

Fred Ryland was stuck back in the pack, working his way up to the front. He was in the new car number ‘7J’ and his wife was driving his old number ‘7’ car.

I kept waiting for Fred to show up,” said Patti Ryland. “I looked at the scoreboard lap after lap and never saw another ‘7’ appear. I was wondering what happened to him.”

Right behind Patti Ryland was Antioch’s Ron Brown, who was sporting a colorful new SportMod.
“Second on my second day driving – not bad,” quipped Brown. “A few changes and I will have this down.”

Brown moved from the speedway’s limited late model division to the SportMod division.

Ryland’s local rival, Keith Bown, Jr. of Pittsburg finished third in a valiant drive to catch Ron Brown (no relation).

Everybody was fast tonight,” Keith Brown, Jr. said. “The bottom of the track was not all the way in yet. I did what I could down there.”

Paul Mulder of Pleasanton was fourth, with Fred Ryland challenging him at the finish.
Fred Ryland leads the nation in the hotly contested IMCA SportMod division. His goal is to be the first national champion from California.

I have my plan in place,” Ryland said. “The guys from Iowa will be the ones to watch as their season gets into full swing. I know what I need to do to win the championship, and will be trying my best to do it.”

High School Sophomore Teves Wins in Dwarf Car Division

Concord’s Adam Teves, a 15-year-old high school sophomore, scored his second win of the year in the Dwarf Car division. Teves was able to build a lead that Bay Point’s Danny Wagner could not shrink.

I wasn’t worried at all about who was behind me,” Teves said in victory lane. “I just decided to race the track – and drive the fastest I could by finding the best line lap after lap.”

Wagner was bearing down on him at the finish.

It was just too late by time I got to him,” Wagner said. “I was hung up in traffic and he (Teves) was pretty fast.”

Fisher Fast

Veteran Roy Fisher of Antioch won the Wingless Sprint Car feature unchallenged.

This is the best track surface that I have ever raced on,” he said in victory lane. “It is the smoothest it has ever been – which suits my driving style.”

Ryan Sieverling finished second, with Marcus Smith third. NFL star Jeremy Newberry scored fourth, followed by Rick Panfilli.

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Brian Zachary on his way to victory at Antioch Speedway, Saturday night, April 11, 2015. Photo by Paul Gould

Hobby Stock Feature Under Review

Brian Zachary of Oakley unofficially won the Hobby Stock feature. No official results will be posted until track officials review technical inspection findings on all of the top five cars.

Saturday Night, April 18 at Antioch Speedway

IMCA Modified stock cars headline the program at Antioch Speedway on Saturday night April 18, with the Northern All Stars Wingless Sprint Car, Limited Late Model, Hobby Stock, and Dwarf Car divisions each in a full program of qualification races and feature events.

Antioch Speedway is located within the Contra Costa County Fairgrounds, 1201 W. 10th St. in Antioch, Calif. Admission is $15 for adults, $12 for senior citizens, and $10 for children 6-12. Children under six years old are admitted free. A family four pack of tickets is $40. Secured parking is offered by the Fairgrounds for $5. Racing begins at 6:30 p.m. For more information visit the Antioch Speedway’s Facebook page, here.

Race Results for Saturday night, April 11, 2015

Late Models

Heat Winners (6 Laps)-Jeff Decker, Richard Papenhausen

Main Event (20 Laps)-Paul Guglielmoni, Decker, Troy Foulger, Papenhausen, Danny Malfati.

Sport Modifieds

Heat Winners (6 Laps)-Chuck Golden, Patti Ryland

Main Event (20 Laps)-P. Ryland, Ron Brown, Keith Brown Jr., Paul Mulder, Fred Ryland.

Hobby Stocks

Heat Winners (8 Laps)-Kimo Oreta, Danny Jones

Main Event (20 Laps)-Brian Zachary, Jason Jennings, Nick Baldwin. Jeremy Jennings, Calvin Louis Jr.

Wingless Spec Sprints

Heat Winners (6 Laps)-Kyle Bakkie, Jeremy Newberry

Main Event (20 Laps)-Roy Fisher, Ryon Siverling, Marcus Smith, Newberry, Rick Panfili.

Dwarf Cars

Heat Winners (6 Laps)-Jack Haverty, Kevin Miraglio, David Teves.

Main Event (20 Laps)-Adam Teves, Danny Wagner, Thomas Leiby, Miraglio, Mike Corsaro.

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A star among stars, little Warriors fan battles brain tumor

Saturday, April 11th, 2015
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Kapri Geenaert and family at the Warriors game, Thursday night, April 9, 2015. From L – Shawn, Kailey, Kenadie and Kapri Geenaert with family member Aiden. photo by F.D. Purcell

Attends game during NBA’s Hoops for St. Jude Week

By F.D.Purcell

Many fans show up to Golden State Warriors games early, in hopes of shaking hands or getting a photo op with their favorite player and this past Thursday was no different. Except this time the roles were reversed; Warriors players shook hands and took photos with someone sitting courtside near their bench.

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Kapri and family meet the Warriors’ Stephen Curry and St. Jude NBA Ambassador David Lee. Photo by F.D. Purcell

That person would be six year-old Santa Rosa resident Kapri Geernaert. Chosen to attend Thursday’s game, as a part of the NBA’s Hoops for St. Jude Week, April 3rdthrough 9th, Geernaert met with Warriors players and St. Jude Childrens Hospital Ambassador David Lee, who visited St. Jude last month in Memphis and donated $75,000 to help support their lifesaving work.

Geernaert is one of 250 to 500 children in the U.S. daignosed yearly with a cancerous tumor called Medulloblastoma, which accounts for 20% of all childhood brain tumors in our country.

Last June, after months of battling flu-like symptoms Kapri’s illness would come to a head. While riding in the car with her mother, Becki she suffered a seizure and the Geernaerts would receive the news that no parent should ever have to hear, their five year-old daughter had a brain tumor.

The past year has been crazy, a lot of anxiety,” said her father Shawn. Doctors would eventually find multiple tumors peppered throughout her spine and brain areas, one the size of a walnut on her brain that was removed. The others were smaller and did not require removal.

Sitting with her big sisters, 11 year-old Kenadie and nine year-old Kailey and 11 year-old cousin Aiden, the Geernaert girls describe their little sister as funny” and “cute,” who “likes to do crazy things.” They kept Kapri’s spirit happy by giving her candy, when they visited.

While their mom stayed with Kapri in Memphis her sisters helped their dad out, by helping with laundry and dishes, at their home in Santa Rosa.

We love St. Jude, it’s a home away from home,” said Becki who was not in attendance Thursday but face-timed with Shawn, becoming emotional when she saw Kapri’s interaction with the players.

Donning a Warriors cap and personalized jersey with her name on the back the soft-spoken first grader told Sports in the Bay she enjoys doing crafts and her favorite player was “#30,” because she “likes the way he shoots.” For those of you living under a rock this season that would be two-time all-star and MVP candidate Stephen Curry.

The Geernaerts credit their faith and church, Spring Hills Church in Santa Rosa, for providing a wealth of support over the past nine months, along with a host of family and friends who held fund raising events and offered words of prayer and encouragement.

After seven rounds of chemotherapy, five weeks of radiation and a nine-month residence in Memphis, Kapri returned home a few weeks ago and is adjusting well. She enjoys visiting her classmates daily and is excited about returning to school in the fall.

I would encourage people to give $5 or $10, anything to St. Jude because its going to a great cause,” said Becki whose husband was a long-time contributor to St. Jude before Kapri’s diagnosis.

Learn more about Kapri on her Facebook page: Kapri Geernaert.

Follow F.D. Purcell on Twitter: @sportsinthebay_ or on Facebook at: Sports in the Bay

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Freshman throws perfect game for Antioch High Varsity Softball

Friday, April 3rd, 2015
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Antioch High pitcher Ayanna Sanchez winds up on her way to a perfect game. Photo by Michael Pohl

By Luke Johnson

Ayanna Sanchez, a freshman on Antioch High School’s varsity softball team, pitched the second perfect game in school history Thursday, March 19, in a 10-0 victory against Dublin. The other perfect game occurrence at Antioch was in 2001 from Melissa Baugh according to coach Nick Wisely.

Sanchez, who has been playing softball since she was 5 years old, is no stranger to throwing perfect games. She has done so on two separate occasions, both coming last year on her travel ball team.

My defense had my back the entire game,” Sanchez said. “Without them, I would not have been able to throw a perfect game… I am proud to be playing for Antioch!”

Two plays that really set the tone of the game defensively came from senior Ciara Whitesell in centerfield. She made two over the shoulder catches in the right centerfield gap running in full stride. Sanchez struck out five batters in the contest, and after the Panthers went up 10-0 in the bottom of the fifth in the game was called due to mercy rule.

Throughout the season, Sanchez has an ERA of 2.90 and has 41 strikeouts in 41 innings pitched. She is not only lethal on the mound, but also has a strong skillset offensively. She is batting .414, third best on the team behind senior shortstop Natalie Larsen (.474) and junior third baseman Julia Odom (.455), and has scored the most runs on the team with 10 through eight games.

Something unique about Sanchez is that she is not even a student Antioch High School. She attends Dozier-Libbey Medical High School, which has not been known for producing great athletes since its establishment in 2008.

The Panthers have been a little shaky as a team this season. They blew out Kennedy (Richmond), 32-0, in the season opener, but after that they lost three straight, getting shutout in the latter two. Now the team is red hot and currently possesses a four-game winning streak. In the past three games they have outscored their opponents 40-4. At 5-3 overall, the Panthers have the second best record in the Bay Valley Athletic League and will begin league play on April 14.  

Heritage is the team to beat for sure,” Wisely said in regards to contending for BVAL Championship, “But after that I think it is wide open… Every team is a possible playoff team, and anybody can beat anybody any given day. If we play the right ball, we can win day in and day out.”

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Warriors celebrate 40th anniversary of NBA Championship, players reunite

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
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Head coach Alvin Attles, Clifford Ray, Jeff Mullins, Charles Johnson, Rick Barry, George Johnson, Jamaal Wilkes, Butch Beard and Assistant Coach Joe Roberts pose with their 1974-75 championship trophy.  Photo by Z’ma Wyatt

By F.D. Purcell

The banners that hang high in the raptors of Oracle Arena for the players, teams and coach who’ve made contributions during their Philadelphia years and since their relocation to the Bay Area in 1962.

May 25th will mark 40-years since Golden State won their last NBA Championship. Comprised of a deep bench and players led by Hall of Famers such as Rick Barry and Jamaal Wilkes the Warriors finished with a 48-34 record finishing 1st in the Pacific Division.

“It was a fantasy year, said Barry the MVP of Game 4, we never quit and we never gave up. We were the deepest team in the NBA, a Cinderella team.”

He’s correct, the Warriors weren’t the favorite to win and certainly weren’t expected to sweep the then Washington Bullets in Washington especially after Bullets forward Mike Riordan attempted to get into the head of star player Rick Barry in the final game but instead it would be head coach Alvin Attles who would be ejected in the first quarter for standing up for Barry. Golden State scrapped their way to a 96-95 victory, their first and last championship since that date.

Fast-forward 40-years later, a little more gray and some no longer with us a handful of those team members graced Oracle Arena with their presence and it was as though they hadn’t missed a beat. Butch Beard, George Johnson, Rick Barry, Clifford Ray, Jeff Mullins, assistant coach Joe Roberts, Jamaal Wilkes and head coach Alvin Attles were some of those present on Monday.

There were lots of laughs and Barry was in his usual dominate form taking over questions and choosing the longer route when answering questions and everyone else’s; however, he also gave much deserved credit when it came to his former teammates and coaches.

The press room was packed as new media blended with old, times when you couldn’t live tweet and watched the game on tape delay. Those in attendance sat on the edge of their seats marinating on every word from the championship team and each vivid detail from flying coach and the sometimes disgusting habits of teammates and legendary announcer Bill King. It was refreshing to hear raw honesty minus the direction of a spin doctor.

“I’m appreciative to the Warriors for bringing us all together. I’m excited to see everyone including the late Phil Smith’s kids,” said 1975 Rookie of the Year Jamaal Wilkes, then known as ‘Keith.’ “It’s very moving and touching.”

A heartfelt ceremony was held before the second quarter honoring the championship team and the sellout crowd of 15,595 gave a rousing standing ovation as former center Clifford Ray, known on the court as a menacing figure, fought back tears.

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr chose not to discuss any plays during the timeout instead opting to allow his team to soak in the ceremony. Afterwards Kerr said how special it was to have the championship team speak with his guys after their 107-76 victory over the Wizards.

“It’s just good encouragement for the mission that we’re on this year. I think there is something special about it being their 40th anniversary of winning the championship,” said center Marreese Speights, who finished the game with 16 points. “Having them all here gives us a visual of where we want to be. I think it’s a good motivation for the last part of this regular season and then once we get to the playoffs.”

Golden State will return for one game on Thursday, April 2nd versus the Phoenix Suns after their four-game road trip. They will head on the road again for a three-game road trip that includes Dallas, San Antonio and New Orleans.

They will host their final four games at home: Portland, Minnesota, Memphis and finish their regular season versus the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday, April 15th.

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World of Outlaws sprint car races at Antioch Speedway Sunday night

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

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