Michelle Xie of Palo Alto High shot an even-par 73, which included a hole-in-one on the 144-yard fifth hole at Spring Creek Golf and Country Club in Ripon, to win the individual title at the CIF Northern California girls golf championships Monday.

Xie finished one shot ahead of Acalanes-Lafayette's Elizabeth Schultz, who eagled the par-5, 404-yard first hole.

St. Francis-Mountain View won the team title with a five-player score of 423, six shots ahead of Palo Alto. Amador Valley-Pleasanton was third with a score of 444. All three teams, plus the top nine individuals not on those teams, advance to the state championships at Quail Lodge and Golf Club in Carmel on Nov. 20.

Cycling

Organizers of the Amgen Tour of California have scheduled a news conference for Tuesday in Sacramento, with indications they will announce the host cities for the 2014 race scheduled for May.

According to a release, officials from Sacramento and Folsom will attend the news conference with the tour's executive director and race director.

San Jose has submitted a bid to play a role for the ninth consecutive time. The 2014 tour, featuring some of the world's best cyclists, is scheduled for May 11-18.

Check www.mercurynews.com Tuesday for updates.

College basketball

San Jose State erased a 14-point second-half deficit before losing to Cal State Monterey Bay 78-69 in a men's exhibition game at the Event Center.

Forward Chris Cunningham led the Spartans with 17 points and 17 rebounds. Jalen James scored 16 and Rashad Muhammad added 15 for San Jose State.

College football

Cal's Nov. 16 game at Colorado -- possibly matching the two remaining teams winless in Pac-12 Conference play -- will kick off at 2:30 p.m. PST. The game will be aired on the Pac-12 Networks. The start times for Stanford's game that day at USC has not been determined.

  • The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Cal freshman running back Fabiano Hale was hospitalized after a locker-room fight with a teammate Friday. University police Lt. Marc DeCoulode declined to name the second player involved and was unclear on the circumstances leading up to the incident. Police would not say whether they had already interviewed the other player involved and declined to say whether charges might be filed.

    Staff writers Elliott Almond and Jeff Faraudo contributed to this report.