Friday’s local college and high school results

Women’s college basketball

CCAA

AT ROHNERT PARK

CSU SAN BERNARDINO (6-9, 4-7) — Dy 6-16 4-4 20, Cosey 5-13 0-0 13, Brodie 2-5 3-5 7, Mack 1-9 1-2 4, Huffman 2-6 0-0 4, Trice 1-6 0-0 2, Baker 0-0 0-0 0, Chapple 0-1 0-0 0, Joice 0-1 0-0 0, Gipson 0-3 0-0 0, Green 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 17-61 8-11 50.

SONOMA STATE (5-10, 3-8) — Burgos 4-6 0-0 12, Day 6-8 0-1 12, Sheahan 3-7, 0-0 7; Vigil 2-6 3-3 7, Newman 1-8 3-4 5, Ito 1-5 2-2 5, Fahey 1-3 0-0 3, Acosta 1-2 0-0 2, Sourek 0-0 0-0 0, Adams 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 19-45 8-10 53.

CSU San Bernardino   20   30   —   50
Sonoma State   32   21   —   53

3-Point Goals—CSUSB 8-24 (Dy 4-10, Cosey 3-7, Mack 1-4, Gipson 0-1, Huffman 0-2), Sonoma State 7-16 (Burgos 4-6, Fahey 1-3, Ito 1-2, Sheahan 1-2, Newman 0-3). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—CSUSB 28 (Brodie 8), Sonoma State 39 (Day 9). Assists—CSUSB 10 (Dy 4, Cosey 4), Sonoma State 15 (Ito 5). Total Fouls—CSUSB 12, Sonoma State 11.

Men’s college basketball

CCAA

AT ROHNERT PARK

CSU SAN BERNARDINO (11-3, 9-2) — Simmons 6-11 4-4 22, Alexander 7-16 0-1 15, Goins 4-7 2-2 10, Martinez 2-7 2-2 8, Gouch 3-4 1-2 8, Bell 2-5 1-2 6, Haddock 1-4 2-5 4, Statham 1-2 1-1 3, Genevo 1-7 0-0 2, McCall 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 27-63 13-21 78.

SONOMA STATE (6-9, 4-7) — Herold 9-13 1-3 19, Lackey 4-4 6-8 14, Scott 4-10 2-2 13, Walter 4-10 0-0 10, Bradford 4-7 0-0 8, Olsem 2-7 0-0 5, Jenkins 0-2 2-2 2, Stanley 0-0 0-0 0, Avery 0-0 0-0 0; Smith 0-0 0-0 0, Glanz 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-53 11-15 71.

CSU San Bernardino   32   46   —   78
Sonoma State   28   43   —   71

3-Point Goals—CSUSB 11-23 (Simmons 6-9, Martinez 2-6, Gouch 1-1, Bell 1-2, Alexander 1-1, Statham 0-1, Haddock 0-1, Goins 0-2), Sonoma State 6-16 (Scott 3-6, Walter 2-5, Olsem 1-5). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—CSUSB 36 (Alexander 14), Sonoma State 31 (Walter 7). Assists—CSUSB 16 (Alexander 4), Sonoma State 14 (Walter 3, Bradford 3). Total Fouls—CSUSB 16, Sonoma State 18. A—466.

JC men’s basketball

Big Eight Conference

AT STOCKTON

Santa Rosa JC   43   21   —   64
San Joaquin Delta   28   41   —   69

SRJC: Max Fujii 14, Jajuan Hammond 14, Xavier McCall 11, Connor Gillett 9 (8 reb), Brian Johnson 4, Bobby Sharp 11, Luke Cocheran 1 (7 reb).

Record: SRJC 17-5, 5-1

Next: Tues 7:30 hosting Cosumnes River College.

JC women’s basketball

Big Eight Conference

AT STOCKTON

Santa Rosa JC   24   22   9   —   55
San Joaquin Delta   21   25   7   —   53

SRJC: McKenzie Mangino 10, Ariana Hanson 9, Anandi Jiminez 9, Madison Sowards 9, Whitney Edens 8, Stephanie Sack 5, Skyler Olsen 5.

Delta: Lisa Valentine 18.

Record: SRJC 18-4, 6-0

Notable: Stephanie Sack’s 3-pointer put the Bear Cubs ahead for good in overtime.

Men’s college tennis

Nonconference

AT DAVIS

UC Davis 7, Sonoma State 0

Singles: Toki Sherbakov (UCD) def. Robert Henry (SSU) 6-1, 6-1; Kyle Miller (UCD) def. Drexler Dy (SSU) 6-4, 6-2; Parker Kelly (UCD) def. David Hutton (SSU) 6-1, 6-0; Brett Bacharach (UCD) def. Ryan Harris (SSU) 6-4, 6-2; Hugo Verdi-Fortin (UCD) def. Vincent Paganetti (SSU) 6-2, 6-0; Adam Luba (UCD) def. Nelson Hosley (SSU) 6-3, 6-1.

Doubles: Toki Sherbakov/Adam Levie (UCD) def. Robert Henry/David Hutton (SSU) 8-5; Parker Kelly/Alec Haley (UCD) def. Drexler Dy/Ryan Harris (SSU) 8-1; Brett Bacharach/George Horowitz (UCD) def. Jimmy Manning/Seth Hein (SSU) 8-4.

High school boys basketball

NBL

AT CARDINAL NEWMAN

Casa Grande   9   9   6   4   —   28
Cardinal Newman   12   10   15   13   —   49

CG: Cetrick Yeaney 10

CN: Tim McCullough 13, Corey Hammell 13

Notable: Cardinal Newman outrebounded Casa Grande 39-16 and held the Guachos scoreless for a 9-minute span in the second half.

Record: CG 11-10, 3-6; CN 19-2, 9-0

AT MONTGOMERY

Rancho Cotate   10   12   9   16   —   47
Montgomery   24   16   22   16   —   78

RC: Kevin Bland 12, Michael Courchaine 11

Mont: Dakota Rowe 17, Noah Orlick 15, Sam Averbuck 13, Alec Raven 12

Record: Mont 16-5, 8-1

AT WINDSOR

Santa Rosa   12   12   18   12   —   54
Windsor   11   12   10   15   —   48

SR: Daniel Cresta 20, Dustin Rome 13

W: Casey Myers 17

Records: SR 7-14, 3-5; W 9-11, 3-5

AT MARIA CARRILLO

Ukiah   4   5   16   20   —   45
Maria Carrillo   5   12   13   14   —   44

U: Paul Steliga 16, Frankie Garcia 8; MC: AJ John 11, Casey Thronton 9

Record: U 13-7, 6-3; MC 7-12, 4-5

SCL

AT PETALUMA

Piner   14   9   16   11   —   50
Petaluma   15   15   14   10   —   54

Piner: Keith Adams 12, Natbu Hezghias 10

Pet: Clay Swanson 15, Eric Hunsicker 15, James Potts 9

Record: Pet 4-16, 3-5

AT SEBASTOPOL

Healdsburg   10   17   8   13   —   48
Analy   15   22   15   15   —   67

H: Cameron Lutz 22, A: Gabe Greenburg 15, Josiah Sorensen 12. Record: H 16-5, 4-3; A 14-7, 7-0

AT FORESTVILLE

Elsie Allen   13   9   19   21   —   62
El Molino   23   17   19   19   —   78

EA: Hoeup 24, Busby 18, Sanchez 10

EM: Jesse Fischman 28, Travis McClintock 18, Prince Buttar 13, Louie Rampnoe 11

Record: EM 7-12, 3-5

NCL I

AT ST. HELENA

Cloverdale   17   15   10   13   8   8   —   71
St. Helena   14   19   18   4   8   8   —   66

Clov: Jason Hibbeln 12, Isiah Warren 23, John McMillan 22, Shane LaPant 10

StH: Richard Hoppe 20, Sergio Nava 19, Alex Pierce 18. Record: StH 8-11, 3-6

NCL II

AT SONOMA ACADEMY

Rincon Valley Christian   15   23   16   14   —   68
Sonoma Academy   3   6   9   7   —   25

RVC: Cavin Hawkins 17, Nathan Bailey 10 (7 reb), Garrett Robert 10 (6 assists), Zacchaeus Dance 9 (11 reb)

SA: Austin Orr 7, Sean Kneeland 7

Record: RVC 18-3, 10-0

AT ROSELAND PREP

St. Vincent   13   15   12   8   —   48
Roseland Prep   5   8   11   8   —   32

StV: Mitch Sheppard 15, Zach Peterson 11, Alex Neve 12

RP: Danny Flores 7

Record: StV 13-9, 9-1

High school girls basketball

NCL I

AT KELSEYVILLE

Willits   21   10   19   17   —   67
Kelseyville   8   6   2   7   —   23

W: Alicia Mehtlan 29, Samantha DelBello 24

K: J.Johnson 8

Record: W 14-6, 8-0

AT CLOVERDALE

St. Helena   7   9   12   4   —   32
Cloverdale   9   14   6   9   —   38

StH: Andrea Gomes 12

Clov: Madison Stewart 15 (10 reb), Shaylee Roberts 13. Record: Clov 15-6, 7-1

NCL II

AT ROHNERT PARK

Calistoga   8   6   2   6   —   22
Technology   4   8   14   9   —   45

Tech: Katie Ftabnoli 10, Rosa Tuana 10

Notable: Tech earned first win

AT SONOMA ACADEMY

Rincon Valley Christian   2   10   1   5   —   18
Sonoma Academy   21   8   12   3   —   44

SA: Savannah Stoughton 18, Willow Gallagher 13. Record: SA 15-3, 9-1

AT SHEPPARD SCHOOL

St. Vincent   12   10   15   17   —   54
Roseland Prep   8   11   10   19   —   48

StV: Grace Jennings 18, Ursyla Baumgarten 17, Rebecca Dodele 8, Jacalyn Murphy 5, Rainey Henry 4, Maddie Perry 2.

RP: Liz Nunez 11, Jaque Melendez 10, Beatriz Osequera 8, Steph Martinez 8, Esme Orozco 7, Oshaya Moges 3, Elisa Silvia 1.

Records: StV 14-5, 7-2; RP 12-6, 7-2

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