Times-Herald (Vallejo)

Bethel boys volleyball knocks off Richmond

Benicia defeats American Canyon in five games

- By Thomas Gase tgase@timesheral­donline.com

The Jesse Bethel High boys volleyball team defeated Richmond on Wednesday, winning 25-17, 25-18, 15-25, 15-25, 15-9.

Tyler Rascoe had three aces and four kills, while Sergio Hernandez had 28 assists. Jake Constantin­o had seven kills and four digs. Keith Santos had seven kills. Te'Ron Johnson had five digs, while John Lee added five blocks.

Bethel hosts John Swett in its next match on Monday.


The Benicia High boys volleyball team defeated American Canyon on Tuesday 28-26, 14-25, 25-21, 15-25 and 17-15.

The Panthers improved to 2-1 on the season with the win. The Wolves are now 0-1.

Auto Racing

DRIFT EVENT COMING TO SONOMA RACEWAY >> On Wednesday, March 15 at 4 p.m. the first Sonoma Drags & Drift Special Event of the season kicks off at Sonoma Raceway with a car show, delicious food from our Raceway Café and HopMonk Tavern, festive green beer on tap and more.

The car show is open to everyone, with proceeds from the entries going to Speedway Children's Charities, Sonoma, the charitable arm of Sonoma Raceway. From 4 — 7 p.m. the car show will be staged for spectators to enjoy. Those wishing to enter can choose from paddock showcase spaces for $25 and covered premium spots for $50. Event spectators are $20 with kids 12 & under admitted free.

Sonoma Drags & Drift gives drivers a safe, legal, and controlled environmen­t to drag race and drift their cars, away from city streets. During the events, Sonoma Raceway opens its world-famous quarter mile dragstrip to any vehicle that passes a basic tech and safety inspection.

High School students can compete against uniformed police officers in their patrol cars in the “Top the Cops” class. Drag racing runs from 4:30 — 10 p.m. and cost is $35 to race with online pre-registrati­on or $40 at the gate. Current high school students with ID pay only $20.

Sonoma Drift events are limited to 70 participan­ts per week and due to their popularity usually sell out. Organized for ranges in skill from experience­d enthusiast to beginner, single or tandem drifting, there is a course for every skill level to gain experience, hone skills and have a great time on track. Cost with advance online registrati­on is $60 or $70 at the gate if there are still slots available.

Special event spectator tickets are $20, kids 12 & under are admitted free. Ride-along passes for drifting can be purchased for $10 by those 18 and older with valid state-issued photo ID. Spectators ages 16 and 17 wishing to ride along must present a notarized parental consent waiver, available online. Once on file the waiver is valid throughout the year.

Gates open at 4 p.m.; drifting and drag racing runs from 4:30 — 10 p.m. Car show is staged from 4 — 7 p.m. For more informatio­n visit SonomaRace­way. com/events.

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