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Friday’s local college and high school results

JC men’s basketball

Big Eight Conference

AT SACRAMENTO

Santa Rosa JC 31 49 — 80

American River 31 41 — 72

SRJC: Bobby Sharp 19, Xavier McCall 17, Max Fujii 16, Luke Coceran 11 (10 reb), Jajuan Hammond 10, Connor Gillett 5 (13 reb), Tyler Imhoff 1, Brian Johnson 1

AR: Mardol Thompson 20, Jarvin Watkin 19

Record: SRJC 16-4, 4-0

Next: SRJC hosts Modesto on Tuesday

High school boys basketball

SCL

AT ANALY

Piner 9 13 15 12 — 49

Analy 14 18 11 20 — 63

Piner: Natu Hezchias 16, Marquise Camp 11, Nebi Gedlu 8, Keith Adams 6, Adonay Efriem 5, Isiah Carter 2, Andres Oseguera 1.

Analy: Geddy Dukes 13, Erik Poulsen 12, Gabe Greenberg-Pines 12, Josiah Sorensen 8, Darin Newman 6, Chance Ortega 6, Jacob Hicks 6.

Record: P 10-6, 4-1; A 12-6, 5-0

JV: Piner won 50-46

AT PETALUMA

Sonoma Valley 6 9 11 16 — 44

Petaluma 12 17 9 23 — 61

SV: Vince Bruton 11, Alex Gustafson 9

Pet: Nopah Forrey 13, James Potts 12

NCL I

AT WILLITS

Lower Lake 11 12 11 14 — 48

Willits 14 12 15 10 — 51

LL: Meldium 17, Greathouse 10, Kazola 10

W: Jon Montez 15, Cole Jessup 13

Records: LL 7-11, 2-4; W 14-4, 6-0

AT FORT BRAGG

St. Helena 17 10 13 8 — 48

Fort Bragg 8 16 10 10 — 44

StH: Alex Pierce 21, Richard Hoppe 11

FB: Matthew Hernandez 13, Barrett Logan 10

NCL II

AT ST. VINCENT

Calistoga 7 2 7 11 — 27

St. Vincent 7 15 14 8 — 44

Cal: Moe Fons 9, Alexis Perez 6

StV: Evan Knight 17, Alex Neve 10

Record: StV 10-9, 6-1

JV: St. Vincent won 56-28

AT RINCON VALLEY CHRISTIAN

Rincon Valley Christian 29 19 22 14 — 84

Upper Lake 4 2 8 12 — 26

RVC: Garrett Robert 17 (7 assists, 5 blocks), Cavin Hawkins 17, Nathan Bailey 10 (9 reb), Paul Meihaus 9, Zacchaeus Dance 8 (11 reb), Dale Watkins 8, Gideon Halpin 8

UL: Dean Reimers 15

Records: RVC 16-3, 8-0

AT TOMALES

Sonoma Academy 17 10 18 14 14 — 73

Tomales 16 17 14 12 10 — 69

SA: Austin Orr 34, Sean Kneeland 18; T: Anthony Feliciano 18, Tyler McFadden 12

Record: SA 4-10, 1-6

High school girls basketball

NBL

AT CARDINAL NEWMAN

Santa Rosa 18 11 10 11 — 50

Cardinal Newman 9 13 9 13 — 44

SR: Morgan Bertsch 18, Katie Daly 10; Rebounds: Bersch 21.

CN: Kylie Kiech 15; Rebounds: Tiffany Salinas 7.

Notable: Santa Rosa started the game with a 12-0 run before Cardinal Newman scored its first basket 4:35 into the contest … The Cardinals held a 4-2 edge in 3-point baskets.

Records: SR 14-4, 6-1; CN 12-5, 3-4

AT MONTGOMERY

Casa Grande 3 6 6 9 — 24

Montgomery 10 11 11 20 — 52

CG: Lexie Schoetter 6

Mont: Clarie Donnelly 17, Madison Nordby 9, Olivia Harris-Bloom 6, Ashlee Wilson 6

Record: CG 10-9, 4-3; Mont 13-5, 5-2

JV: Montgomery won

AT UKIAH

Windsor 14 7 6 10 — 37

Ukiah 5 5 13 11 — 34

W: Kerianne Noonan 12, Andrea Flinn 9, Rachel Shroyer 7

Uk: Courtney Mee 10

Record: W 11-6, 3-4; Uk 9-9, 2-5

AT RANCHO COTATE

Maria Carrillo 12 17 16 12 — 57

Rancho Cotate 11 8 7 7 — 33

MC: Aaliyah Sowards 24, Mikaela Francis 12

RC: Ari Whisler 10

Record: RC 4-10, 0-7

NCL I

AT CLOVERDALE

Middletown 8 15 2 10 — 35

Cloverdale 10 8 14 7 — 39

Mid: A. Hart 14

Clov: Madison Stewart 25 (9 reb)

Record: Clov 14-6, 6-1

NCL II

AT RINCON VALLEY CHRISTIAN

Upper Lake 5 6 13 19 — 43

Rincon Valley Christian 9 14 17 9 — 49

UL: Ashley Lovrin 14

RVC: Kara Robinson 21 (14 reb, 7 blk), Alice Miller 8 (15 reb)

Record: RVC 7-12, 4-4

AT TOMALES

Sonoma Academy 7 6 10 15 — 38

Tomales 14 5 23 5 — 47

SA: Willow Gallagher 17, Kiana Herold 8

Tom: Sara Souza 13, Courtney Nygard 9

Records: SA 14-3, 71; Tom 11-7, 4-3

AT ST. VINCENT

Calistoga 2 3 0 4 — 9

St. Vincent 19 15 16 6 — 56

Cal: Diana Alveraz 5

StV: Grace Jennings 13, Ursyla Baumgarten 13, Rebecca Dodele 12. Record: StV 13-5, 5-2