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Friday’s high school and college results

To report results: To report a score, coaches or team officials should call 526-8500 and press 3 at the prompt. Results called in before 10 p.m. most nights and 10: 30 p.m. on Fridays will appear in the next day’s Press Democrat.

College men’s basketball

Big Eight Conference

AT SANTA ROSA

Sierra   33   41   —   74 
Santa Rosa   42   46   —   88  

Sierra – Scoring: Drew Brandon 24, Jordan Ngatai 11, Cameron Phillips 10.

Santa Rosa – Scoring: Xavier McCall 21, Bobby Sharp 16, Max Fujii 14, Jajuan Hammond 13, Connor Gillett 12.

Notable: Santa Rosa hit 25 of 33 free throw attempts while Sierra was nine for 15. Sierra had 19 turnovers to Santa Rosa’s seven. The Wolverines hit 11 three-pointers to the Bear Cubs seven. Santa Rosa shot 48 percent (28 for 58) from the field.

Records: Sierra 10-5, 1-1; Santa Rosa 14-4, 2-0.

College women’s basketball

Big Eight Conference

AT SANTA ROSA

Sierra College   35   25   —   60 
Santa Rosa JC   31   39   —   70  

SRJC: McKenzie Mangino 13, Arianna Hanson 11 (15 reb), Jade Hudson 9, Madison Sowards 9, Whitney Edens 8, Anandi Jimenez 7, Stephanie Sack 4 (8 reb, 4 ast)

Record: SRJC 14-4, 2-0

Next: Tues 5:30 hosting Diablo Valley College

CCAA

AT SONOMA STATE

Cal State L.A.   26   38   —   64 
Sonoma State   17   39   —   56  

CAL STATE L.A. (10-4, 5-2 CCAA) — MELVILLE, Paige 6-13 1-2 16; WILLIAMS, Tessondra 3-9 8-10 14; LEWIS, Kelli 3-10 2-2 11; GIBBONS, Lacey 2-6 3-4 9; HANSEN, Samantha 2-3 1-2 5; NAJERA, Richelle 2-3 0-0 4; PARSONS, Bree 2-2 0-0 4; BELT, Alisha 0-0 1-2 1; HANSON, Alyssa 0-2 0-0 0; JENKINS, Maryum 0-4 0-0 0; DIMARCO, Chiara 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-52 16-22 64.

SONOMA STATE (4-7, 2-5 CCAA) — CAPOOT, Jamie 3-10 6-8 14; SHEAHAN, Bronte 4-8 0-0 9; VIGIL, Taylor 4-9 0-0 8; DAY, Elizabeth 2-5 4-7 8; ADAMS, Tanner 2-5 0-0 6; ITO, Alysa 2-6 0-0 6; NEWMAN, Travis 2-7 0-0 5; SOUREK, Hannah 0-0 0-0 0; FAHEY, Kristina 0-1 0-0 0; ACOSTA, Taylor 0-0 0-0 0; BURGOS, Brianna 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 19-53 10-15 56.

3-point goals — Cal State L.A. 8-21 (MELVILLE, Paige 3-6; LEWIS, Kelli 3-7; GIBBONS, Lacey 2-5; JENKINS, Maryum 0-1; WILLIAMS, Tessondra 0-2), Sonoma State 8-24 (CAPOOT, Jamie 2-4; ITO, Alysa 2-5; ADAMS, Tanner 2-5; SHEAHAN, Bronte 1-4; NEWMAN, Travis 1-4; BURGOS, Brianna 0-1; VIGIL, Taylor 0-1). Fouled out — Cal State L.A.-None, Sonoma State-None. Rebounds — Cal State L.A. 32 (NAJERA, Richelle 8), Sonoma State 31 (DAY, Elizabeth 10). Assists — Cal State L.A. 12 (WILLIAMS, Tessondra 3), Sonoma State 11 (VIGIL, Taylor 3).<NO1> Total fouls —<NO><MC1><NO1> Cal State L.A. 14, Sonoma State 17. Technical fouls–Cal State L.A.-JENKINS, Maryum, Sonoma State-None.<NO>

 

High school boys basketball

NBL

AT MONTGOMERY

Windsor   13   7   11   7   —   38
Montgomery   11   10   22   19   —   52

W: Casey Myers 16

M: Noah Orlick 18, Alec Raven 17

Record: M 12-3, 4-0

AT RANCHO COTATE

Santa Rosa   24   19   16   10   —   69
Rancho Cotate   11   8   11   14   —   44

SR: Jacob Graves 18 (4 treys), Dustin Rome 16, Daniel Cresta 13, Austen McMahan 11.

RC: Nick Reynolds 11 (7 rebs.), Ryan Sousa 10, Eric Mossi 8 (8 rebs.).

Records: SR 6-10, 2-2; RC 1-15, 0-4

AT CASA GRANDE

Ukiah   7   17   15   24   —   63
Casa Grande   14   16   15   7   —   52

U: Paul Steliga 23 (2 3s), Adrian Mata 12

CG: Cetrick Yeanay 18 (3 3s), Jake Ielmorini 10

Record: CG 9-7, 1-3

AT MARIA CARRILLO

Cardinal Newman   24   12   14   9   —   61
Maria Carrillo   7   14   2   9   —   32

CN: Corey Hammell 18 points, 11 rebounds, Kenny Love 13

MC: Casey Thornton 13, Connor Wright 8

Records: Cardinal Newman 14-2 (4-0), Maria Carrillo 4-10 (1-3)

SCL

AT PINER

Healdsburg   8   8   13   16   —   45
Piner   16   12   13   20   —   61

H: Johah Lutz 18

P: Natu Hezchias 22, Marquise Camp 10, Keith Adams 12

Record: P 11-6, 4-0

AT PETALUMA

El Molino   18   11   19   14   —   62
Petaluma   14   20   14   20   —   68

EM: Louie Rampone 20, Jesse Fischman 16.

P: Noah Forrey 16, Clay Swanson 14, Eric Hunsicker 14.

Notable: The game was tied with 2:30 remaining…Forrey had a team-high seven points in the fourth quarter.

AT SONOMA VALLEY

Elsie Allen   15   13   14   21   —   63
Sonoma Valley   14   11   11   19   —   55

EA: Angel Sanchez 22, Joe Hoeup 22, Jalen Busby 12.

SV: Vinnie Albano 13, Jack Murphy 10, Vince Eurton 10, Jesse Summers 10.

Records: EA 5-10, 1-2; SV 3-12, 1-2

 

NCL I

AT ST. HELENA

Middletown   8   8   9   12   —   37
St. Helena   9   5   4   11   —   29

M: Blaine Amos 15, St. H: Alex Pierce 12

Record: M 2-2 (league), St. H 6-8, 2-2

AT KELSEYVILLE

Fort Bragg   21   14   24   14   —   73
Kelseyville   6   14   7   10   —   37

FB: Reed Monsen 17, Joseph Bruce 16, Logan Barrett 13

K: Dustin Martin 12

NCL Record: K 0-4

AT CLOVERDALE

Willits   14   14   13   15   —   55
Cloverdale   14   13   14   13   —   54

W: Cole Jessup 18, Jon Montez 15.

C: Isiah Warren 20, Jason LaPant 12, Jason Hibbeln 10.

Notable: Montez sank three free throws with 2.4 seconds remaining to boost the Wolverines to victory.

NCL II

AT RINCON VALLEY

Technology   6   3   8   10   —   27
Rincon Valley Chr.   13   20   13   13   —   59

T: Evan Pepper 9, Waleed Itallah 9

RVC: Garrett Robert 17 (10stl, 8 ast), Nathan Bailey 10, Cavin Hawkins 9

Record: RVC 14-3, 6-0

AT ST. VINCENT

Tomales   5   2   14   15   —   36
St. Vincent   15   5   12   17   —   49

T: Joel Gutierrez 11, Anthony Feliciano 10.

SV: Mitch Sheppard 16, Alex Neve 14, Zack Pierson 12.

Records: T 2-9, 1-4; SV 8-8, 5-0

Notable: There were four technicals and two intentional fouls called.

AT SONOMA ACADEMY

Calistoga   17   6   12   17   —   52
Sonoma Academy   12   10   18   7   —   47

C: Dakota Bahao 18

SA: Austin Orr 17, Drake Herold 13

Record: SA 3-10, 0-6

NCL III

AT MENDOCINO

Point Arena   14   6   7   10   —   37
Mendocino   15   12   12   17   —   56

PA: Elliott Aguyao 21.

M: Rhydon Call 14, Devin Dooely 12, Nicolas Knoebber 10.

Records: PA 9-5, 3-1; M 12-6, 4-0

Notable: The Cardinals now sit alone atop NCL III .<TH>.<TH>. Knoebber had a game-high 17 rebounds.

Nonleague

AT ANGWIN

Archbishop Hanna   25   22   15   9   —   71
Pacific Union Prep   17   16   16   17   —   66

AH: Armani Perry 16, Jordan Glasky 16 (4 3s), Kendrick Davis 14, Tony Tovaraz 14.

Record: AH 10-3

 

High school girls basketball

NCL II

AT RINCON VALLEY

Technology   3   3   1   5   —   12
Rincon Valley Chr.   20   10   17   6   —   53

RVC: Kara Robinson 17, Alice Miller 12

Record: RVC 6-11, 3-3

AT ST. VINCENT

Tomales   5   9   4   7   —   25
St. Vincent   11   8   6   7   —   32

T: S. Souza 8 (2 3s)

SV: Ursyla Baumgarten 9

Record: SV 10-5, 2-2

NCL III

AT MENDOCINO

Point Arena   19   14   16   6   —   55
Mendocino   4   6   5   9   —   24

PA: Taylor Dilks 20 (8 rebs, 10 steals), Jeanette Stefani 14, Savannah Dilks 11.

M: Melia Poehlmann 11.

Records: PA 13-4, 3-0; M 5-4, 2-1

EMPIRE

To report results: To report a score, coaches or team officials should call 526-8500 and press 3 at the prompt. Results called in before 10 p.m. most nights and 10: 30 p.m. on Fridays will appear in the next day’s Press Democrat.

College men’s basketball

Big Eight Conference

AT SANTA ROSA

Sierra   33   41      74  

Santa Rosa   42   46      88  

Sierra – Scoring: Drew Brandon 24, Jordan Ngatai 11, Cameron Phillips 10.

Santa Rosa – Scoring: Xavier McCall 21, Bobby Sharp 16, Max Fujii 14, Jajuan Hammond 13, Connor Gillett 12.

Notable: Santa Rosa hit 25 of 33 free throw attempts while Sierra was nine for 15. Sierra had 19 turnovers to Santa Rosa’s seven. The Wolverines hit 11 three-pointers to the Bear Cubs seven. Santa Rosa shot 48 percent (28 for 58) from the field.

Records: Sierra 10-5, 1-1; Santa Rosa 14-4, 2-0.

College women’s basketball

Big Eight Conference

AT SANTA ROSA

Sierra College   35   25      60  

Santa Rosa JC   31   39      70  

SRJC: McKenzie Mangino 13, Arianna Hanson 11 (15 reb), Jade Hudson 9, Madison Sowards 9, Whitney Edens 8, Anandi Jimenez 7, Stephanie Sack 4 (8 reb, 4 ast)

Record: SRJC 14-4, 2-0

Next: Tues 5:30 hosting Diablo Valley College

CCAA

AT SONOMA STATE

Cal State L.A.   26   38      64  

Sonoma State   17   39      56  

CAL STATE L.A. (10-4, 5-2 CCAA) — MELVILLE, Paige 6-13 1-2 16; WILLIAMS, Tessondra 3-9 8-10 14; LEWIS, Kelli 3-10 2-2 11; GIBBONS, Lacey 2-6 3-4 9; HANSEN, Samantha 2-3 1-2 5; NAJERA, Richelle 2-3 0-0 4; PARSONS, Bree 2-2 0-0 4; BELT, Alisha 0-0 1-2 1; HANSON, Alyssa 0-2 0-0 0; JENKINS, Maryum 0-4 0-0 0; DIMARCO, Chiara 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-52 16-22 64.

SONOMA STATE (4-7, 2-5 CCAA) — CAPOOT, Jamie 3-10 6-8 14; SHEAHAN, Bronte 4-8 0-0 9; VIGIL, Taylor 4-9 0-0 8; DAY, Elizabeth 2-5 4-7 8; ADAMS, Tanner 2-5 0-0 6; ITO, Alysa 2-6 0-0 6; NEWMAN, Travis 2-7 0-0 5; SOUREK, Hannah 0-0 0-0 0; FAHEY, Kristina 0-1 0-0 0; ACOSTA, Taylor 0-0 0-0 0; BURGOS, Brianna 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 19-53 10-15 56.

3-point goals — Cal State L.A. 8-21 (MELVILLE, Paige 3-6; LEWIS, Kelli 3-7; GIBBONS, Lacey 2-5; JENKINS, Maryum 0-1; WILLIAMS, Tessondra 0-2), Sonoma State 8-24 (CAPOOT, Jamie 2-4; ITO, Alysa 2-5; ADAMS, Tanner 2-5; SHEAHAN, Bronte 1-4; NEWMAN, Travis 1-4; BURGOS, Brianna 0-1; VIGIL, Taylor 0-1). Fouled out — Cal State L.A.-None, Sonoma State-None. Rebounds — Cal State L.A. 32 (NAJERA, Richelle 8), Sonoma State 31 (DAY, Elizabeth 10). Assists — Cal State L.A. 12 (WILLIAMS, Tessondra 3), Sonoma State 11 (VIGIL, Taylor 3).<NO1> Total fouls —<NO><MC1><NO1> Cal State L.A. 14, Sonoma State 17. Technical fouls–Cal State L.A.-JENKINS, Maryum, Sonoma State-None.<NO>

High school boys basketball

NBL

AT MONTGOMERY

Windsor   13   7   11   7      38  

Montgomery   11   10   22   19      52  

W: Casey Myers 16

M: Noah Orlick 18, Alec Raven 17

Record: M 12-3, 4-0

AT RANCHO COTATE

Santa Rosa   24   19   16   10      69  

Rancho Cotate   11   8   11   14      44  

SR: Jacob Graves 18 (4 treys), Dustin Rome 16, Daniel Cresta 13, Austen McMahan 11.

RC: Nick Reynolds 11 (7 rebs.), Ryan Sousa 10, Eric Mossi 8 (8 rebs.).

Records: SR 6-10, 2-2; RC 1-15, 0-4

AT CASA GRANDE

Ukiah   7   17   15   24      63  

Casa Grande   14   16   15   7      52  

U: Paul Steliga 23 (2 3s), Adrian Mata 12

CG: Cetrick Yeanay 18 (3 3s), Jake Ielmorini 10

Record: CG 9-7, 1-3

AT MARIA CARRILLO

Cardinal Newman   24   12   14   9      61  

Maria Carrillo   7   14   2   9      32   

CN: Corey Hammell 18 points, 11 rebounds, Kenny Love 13

MC: Casey Thornton 13, Connor Wright 8

Records: Cardinal Newman 14-2 (4-0), Maria Carrillo 4-10 (1-3)

SCL

AT PINER

Healdsburg   8   8   13   16      45  

Piner   16   12   13   20      61  

H: Johah Lutz 18

P: Natu Hezchias 22, Marquise Camp 10, Keith Adams 12

Record: P 11-6, 4-0

AT PETALUMA

El Molino   18   11   19   14      62  

Petaluma   14   20   14   20      68  

EM: Louie Rampone 20, Jesse Fischman 16.

P: Noah Forrey 16, Clay Swanson 14, Eric Hunsicker 14.

Notable: The game was tied with 2:30 remaining…Forrey had a team-high seven points in the fourth quarter.

AT SONOMA VALLEY

Elsie Allen   15   13   14   21      63  

Sonoma Valley   14   11   11   19      55  

EA: Angel Sanchez 22, Joe Hoeup 22, Jalen Busby 12.

SV: Vinnie Albano 13, Jack Murphy 10, Vince Eurton 10, Jesse Summers 10.

Records: EA 5-10, 1-2; SV 3-12, 1-2

NCL I

AT ST. HELENA

Middletown   8   8   9   12      37  

St. Helena   9   5   4   11      29  

M: Blaine Amos 15, St. H: Alex Pierce 12

Record: M 2-2 (league), St. H 6-8, 2-2

AT KELSEYVILLE

Fort Bragg   21   14   24   14      73  

Kelseyville   6   14   7   10      37  

FB: Reed Monsen 17, Joseph Bruce 16, Logan Barrett 13

K: Dustin Martin 12

NCL Record: K 0-4

AT CLOVERDALE

Willits   14   14   13   15      55  

Cloverdale   14   13   14   13      54  

W: Cole Jessup 18, Jon Montez 15.

C: Isiah Warren 20, Jason LaPant 12, Jason Hibbeln 10.

Notable: Montez sank three free throws with 2.4 seconds remaining to boost the Wolverines to victory.

NCL II

AT RINCON VALLEY

Technology   6   3   8   10      27  

Rincon Valley Chr.   13   20   13   13      59  

T: Evan Pepper 9, Waleed Itallah 9

RVC: Garrett Robert 17 (10stl, 8 ast), Nathan Bailey 10, Cavin Hawkins 9

Record: RVC 14-3, 6-0

AT ST. VINCENT

Tomales   5   2   14   15      36  

St. Vincent   15   5   12   17      49  

T: Joel Gutierrez 11, Anthony Feliciano 10.

SV: Mitch Sheppard 16, Alex Nevi 14, Zack Pierson 12.

Records: T 2-9, 1-4; SV 8-8, 5-0

Notable: There were four technicals and two intentional fouls called.

AT SONOMA ACADEMY

Calistoga   17   6   12   17      52  

Sonoma Academy   12   10   18   7      47  

C: Dakota Bahao 18

SA: Austin Orr 17, Drake Herold 13

Record: SA 3-10, 0-6

NCL III

AT MENDOCINO

Point Arena   14   6   7   10      37  

Mendocino   15   12   12   17      56  

PA: Elliott Aguyao 21.

M: Rhydon Call 14, Devin Dooely 12, Nicolas Knoebber 10.

Records: PA 9-5, 3-1; M 12-6, 4-0

Notable: The Cardinals now sit alone atop NCL III .<TH>.<TH>. Knoebber had a game-high 17 rebounds.

Nonleague

AT ANGWIN

Archbishop Hanna   25   22   15   9      71  

Pacific Union Prep   17   16   16   17      66  

AH: Armani Perry 16, Jordan Glasky 16 (4 3s), Kendrick Davis 14, Tony Tovaraz 14.

Record: AH 10-3

High school girls basketball

NCL II

AT RINCON VALLEY

Technology   3   3   1   5      12  

Rincon Valley Chr.   20   10   17   6      53  

RVC: Kara Robinson 17, Alice Miller 12

Record: RVC 6-11, 3-3

AT ST. VINCENT

Tomales   5   9   4   7      25  

St. Vincent   11   8   6   7      32  

T: S. Souza 8 (2 3s)

SV: Ursyla Baumgarten 9

Record: SV 10-5, 2-2

NCL III

Point Arena   19   14   16   6      55  

Mendocino   4   6   5   9      24  

PA: Taylor Dilks 20 (8 rebs, 10 steals), Jeanette Stefani 14, Savannah Dilks 11.

M: Melia Poehlmann 11.

Records: PA 13-4, 3-0; M 5-4, 2-1

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