Junior safety Dylan Sumner-Gardner pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge for drug paraphernalia use or possession with intent to use Friday. He was fined $347.50 and the case is considered closed. Sumner-Gardner was cited during a traffic stop early Nov. 27 in Boise for driving 40 mph in a 35 mph zone. The football team played at San Jose State later that day, but Sumner-Gardner did not travel because he was injured. A starter, Sumner-Gardner had 14 tackles before suffering a season-ending ankle injury Sept. 26 at Virginia.
BSU GYMNASTICS: The No. 10 Broncos improved to 7-0 with a 196.275-193.700 victory at San Jose State. Sandra Collantes won the all-around with a 39.150, Maddie Krentz won floor (9.9), Krystine Jacobsen was victorious on uneven bars (9.95) and Mackenzie Bennion won on vault (9.825).
BSU WRESTLING: The Broncos lost their fifth straight dual, falling to Cal State Bakersfield 34-12 on the road. BSU (3-7, 1-2 Pac-12) got a pin from Carson Kuhn at 133 pounds in 4 minutes, 27 seconds. No. 15 Geordan Martinez (149) and Chris Castillo (157) posted back-to-back decisions to round out the Broncos’ victories. For Martinez, the win was his 13th straight.
BSU SOFTBALL: The Broncos (0-4) lost to San Diego 2-1 and Maryland 9-4 in Tempe, Ariz.
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BSU MEN’S TENNIS: Utah defeated the Broncos 5-2 in Salt Lake City. Brian Foley earned the lone singles victory for BSU (5-3) after teaming up with Pedro Platzeck for a doubles victory to help the Broncos earn the doubles point.
NORTHWEST NAZARENE BASEBALL: The Crusaders (2-2) beat Holy Names 10-9 before losing to Dixie State 2-1 in St. George, Utah.
NNU SOFTBALL: San Francisco swept the visiting Crusaders (3-4) 4-0 and 7-5.