Quarterbacks Jared Goff, Zach Kline and Austin Hinder played in that order at Cal's first spring scrimmage, but new coach Sonny Dykes said it didn't necessarily reflect the order of the team's upcoming depth chart.
"We just stuck them out there and let them go play. We will assess it," Dykes said Saturday.
Each quarterback threw a touchdown pass on his first drive.
The initial depth chart will probably be released Monday Kevin Hogan completed 15 of 21 passes for 165 yards and a touchdown in Stanford's scrimmage. Linebacker Blake Lueders had two sacks. David Fales hit on 13 of 19 passes for 129 yards in San Jose State's first scrimmage under new coach Ron Caragher. Fales had two TD passes and one interception. The Cal baseball team (8-7) beat visiting Fresno State (3-11) for the third straight day, 4-3. Mike Reuvekamp (Miramonte High) hit a sacrifice fly in the seventh inning, scoring Brenden Farney with the go-ahead run. Sophomore reliever Keaton Siomkin earned his first collegiate win, and junior Michael Lowden picked up his first career save. UNLV (12-3) clinched its three-game series against No. 9 Stanford (10-4) with a 12-2 road win. Danny Diekroeger, Brant Whiting and Drew Jackson (Miramonte High) each had two hits for the Cardinal. Stanford starter John Hochstatter (San Ramon Valley High) fell to 0-1, allowing two earned runs and five hits in two innings. Anthony Villa's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth lifted the Saint Mary's baseball team (5-9) to a 2-1 walkoff win over visiting Utah (6-6). The Gaels' Ben Griset got a no-decision after allowing one run and five hits in seven innings. Villa (San Ramon Valley High) went 1 for 2 with two sacrifice flies. Khala Taylor had an RBI single in the seventh inning, giving the No. 6 Cal softball team (18-2) a 1-0 win over San Diego State in Fresno. Jolene Henderson (14-2) gave up just one hit in win No. 110, nine behind Cal's all-time leader Michele Granger. The Bears played Fresno State later Saturday. Brittany Sabatini (Livermore High) and Andrea Hazel had two hits each, but the Saint Mary's softball team (4-13) fell 4-2 to No. 8 Oregon (20-4) in Fresno. Ray Stewart (James Logan High) had a slow start and placed eighth in the 60-meter hurdles at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. He finished in 7.89 seconds, a day after setting a school-record 7.68 in a heat. Florida's Eddie Lovett won in a meet-record 7.50. Stanford's Tyler Stutzman was fourth in the mile at 3:59.70. Arizona's Lawi Lalang won in 3:54.74. Danny Barrett scored three tries and Jake Anderon had one try and five conversions, leading the No. 2 Cal rugby team (16-0, 4-0 PAC) to a 62-7 win at Oregon State. Emily Csikos and Breda Vosters had two goals each, but the No. 5 Cal women's water polo team (12-4, 0-2 MPSF) lost 10-7 at No. 4 UCLA (17-3, 1-1). Csikos is second on Cal's all-time goals list at 201.
Hear the Ghost rallied down the stretch to beat even-money favorite Flashback and win the $300,000 San Felipe Stakes by a half-length at Santa Anita, inserting himself into the Kentucky Derby picture. Trained by Bay Area-based Jerry Hollendorfer and ridden by Corey Nakatani, Hear the Ghost ($13.80) ran 11/16 miles in 1:42.34. Hear the Ghost has two wins and a second in three starts. Hidinginplainsight, with substitute William Antongeorgi III in the saddle, posted a front-running win in the $51,650 Camilla Urso Stakes at Golden Gate Fields. Southern California-based Aaron Gryder couldn't make it to track due to travel issues. The Mike Puype-trained Hidinginplainsight ($10) won by two lengths, running six furlongs in 1:10.17.
The San Francisco Bulls hosted Western Conference-leading Alaska at the Cow Palace on Saturday night. The Aces won 3-2 on Friday.
Staff writer Phil Jensen and wire services contributed to this report.