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Friday’s local college and high school results

Men’s college basketball

CCAA

AT ROHNERT PARK

CSU STANISLAUS (7-12, 4-11) — Bell 6-8 1-3 14; Hodge 6-8 2-4 14; Walters 4-14 4-4 12; Mitchell 3-7 5-8 12; Pullum 2-4 0-0 6; Marcus 1-3 0-0 2; DeBlase 0-4 2-2 2; Bartole 0-0 0-0 0; Randhawa 0-1 0-0 0; Tremelling 0-2 0-0 0; Mashinchi 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-51 14-21 62.

SONOMA STATE (9-10, 7-8) — Scott 5-11 3-5 16; Herold 5-8 2-5 12; Olsem 3-8 0-0 9; Bradford 4-6 0-0 8; Walter 2-6 2-2 7; Lackey 2-4 3-4 7; Jenkins 1-3 2-2 4; Glanz 1-2 0-0 2; Stanley 0-0 0-1 0; Avery 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 23-49 12-19 65.

CSU Stanislaus 34 28 — 62
Sonoma State 27 38 — 65

3-Point Goals—CSU Stanislaus 4-14 (Pullum 2-3; Mitchell 1-2; Bell 1-3; DeBlase 0-2; Tremelling 0-1; Walters 0-3), Sonoma State 7-16 (Olsem 3-6; Scott 3-6; Walter 1-2; Jenkins 0-1; Bradford 0-1). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—CSU Stanislaus 30 (Mitchell 9), Sonoma State 31 (Herold 10). Assists—CSU Stanislaus 9 (Marcus 5), Sonoma State 14 (Bradford 5). Total Fouls—CSU State Stanislaus 17, Sonoma State 18. A—300.

Women’s college basketball

CCAA

AT ROHNERT PARK

CSU STANISLAUS (2-18, 1-14) — L.Godde 9-20 4-6 22; Cotton 6-12 5-6 20; Brown 4-12 10-12 18; E.Godde 1-2 5-6 7; Staack 1-3 0-0 2; Farrar 1-3 0-0 2; Matley 0-1 2-2 2; Cherry 0-0 0-0 0; Grewal 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-53 26-32 73.

SONOMA STATE (6-13, 4-11) — Newman 6-12 8-8 21; Vigil 8-11 0-2 16; Adams 4-9 5-6 15; Sheahan 3-3 2-4 9; Day 4-7 0-0 8; Burgos 2-4 2-2 6; Fahey 1-3 1-2 4; Sourek 1-3 1-2 3; Ito 1-4 1-1 3; Acosta 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 30-57 20-27 85.

CSU Stanislaus 23 50 — 73
Sonoma State 47 38 — 85

3-Point Goals—CSU Stanislaus 3-13 (Cotton 3-4; Brown 0-2; E.Godde 0-1; Staack 0-2; Farrar 0-1; Matley 0-1; L.Godde 0-2), Sonoma State 5-16 (Adams 2-5; Fahey 1-3; Sheahan 1-1; Newman 1-4; Ito 0-2; Burgos 0-1). Fouled Out—Sourek. Rebounds—CSU Stanislaus 25 (E.Godde 10), Sonoma State 36 (Day 10). Assists—CSU Stanislaus 10 (Staack 2; E.Godde 2; Brown 2), Sonoma State 19 (Ito 8). Total Fouls—CSU Stanislaus 19, Sonoma State 23. Technical—CSU Stanislaus team. A—551.

JC women’s basketball

Big Eight Conference

AT PLEASANT HILL

Santa Rosa JC 24 23 — 47
Diablo Valley 21 32 — 53

SRJC: Whitney Edens 10, Madison Sowards 9, Arianna Hanson 7, Skyler Olsen 7, Anandi Jimenez 6, McKenzie Mangino 6, Erin Skinner 2

Record: SRJC 21-5, 9-1

JC men’s basketball

Big Eight Conference

AT PLEASANT HILL

Santa Rosa JC 33 37 — 70
Diablo Valley 23 42 — 65

SRJC: Max Fuji 8, Bobby Sharp 17, Jajuan Hammond 9, Xavier McCall 14, Conner Gillett 13, Brian Johnson 2, Alec Kobre 3, Luke Cocheran 2, Darin Grayer 2

DVC: Mike Harris 18

Record: SRJC 21-5, 9-1

College baseball

Nonconference

AT ROHNERT PARK

Western Oregon 000 000 000 — 0 4 5
Sonoma State 200 020 12x — 7 12 0

WP—Harmen Sidhu (1-0); LP—A.J. Burke (0-1)

SSU: Sam Montgomery 3×5, 2 RBI, R; Devon Zenn 2×4, 2 2B, 2 RBI, R; Garrett Schwartz 2×4, RBI, R; Steven Filippi 1×4, 2R, SB; Scott Harkin 1×4, RBI; Jackson Stogner 1×4, R; Shawn Walters 1×4, RBI; Garrett Gooselaw 1×3.

Records: W.Ore 2-2; SSU 2-0

Notable: SSU pitchers extended their shutout streak to 18 innings to start the season. Senior Harmen Sidhu allowed two hits and struck out four over four innings. He gave way to Ian Ocon (2.2 IP), Steven Zaharias (2.0 IP) and Jon Richards (0.1 IP).

JC softball

Nonconference

AT SANTA ROSA JC

Santa Rosa JC 11, Chabot 0

WP—Cheyenne Bricker

SRJC: Chrissy Pierce 1×2, HR; Chauntel Cesna 2×2, HR; Courtnie Morton 1×2, HR; Jenna Reed 3×3, 2B; Lindsay Harjak 2×3; Krystina Pardoski 1×3, HR

Notable: Pardoski’s home run was inside-the-park

Record: SRJC 6-1-1

Next: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at City College of SF

Men’s college tennis

AT GLENDALE, ARIZ.

Sonoma State 7, Metro State 2

Singles: Matt Roberts (SSU) def. Gabriel Vlahos (MSUD) 6-2, 6-2; Robert Henry (SSU) def. Adrien Delvaux (MSUD) 6-2, 6-2; Nick Baker (MSUD) def. Drexler Dy (SSU) 4-6, 6-3, 10-7; David Hutton (SSU) def. John Qualls (MSUD) 6-3, 6-7 (4-10), 11-9; Ryan Harris (SSU) def. Alec Parmenter (MSUD) 7-5, 6-1; Vincent Paganetti (SSU) def. Ryan Royce (MSUD) 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles: Gabriel Vlahos/Adrien Delvaux (MSUD) def. David Hutton/Robert Henry (SSU) 8-3; Matt Roberts/Ryan Harris (SSU) def. Nick Baker/Alec Parmenter (MSUD) 8-4; Jimmy Manning/Drexler Dy (SSU) def. Jonathan Evangelista/Ryan Royce (MSUD) 8-2.

Records: SSU 2-3; Metro 5-3

Women’s college tennis

Grand Canyon Invitational

AT GLENDALE, ARIZ

Sonoma State 8, Montana State (Billings) 1

Singles: Sara Celma (SSU) def. Kaitlin Nichols 6-0, 6-1; Megan White (SSU) def. Hannah Shephard 6-2, 6-3; Chloe Jolliff (SSU) won 6-0, 6-1; Lauren Ha (SSU) won 6-0, 6-0; Sheena Johnson (SSU) def. Madeline Loomis 6-2, 6-2; Emily Paffhausen (MSB) def. Spencer Trotta (SSU) 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: Celma/Jolliff (SSU) def. Loomis/Mary Conwell 8-2; Lauren Schafer/White (SSU) def. Shephard/Paffhausen 8-1 match; Ha/Johnson (SSU) def. Nichols/Amanda Millard 8-0.

High school boys basketball

NBL

AT RANCHO COTATE

Maria Carrillo 15 22 22 15 — 74
Rancho Cotate 17 10 14 12 — 53

MC: AJ John 25, John Aitchison 10.

RC: Eric Mossi 15, Kevin Bland 11, Michael Courchaine 10.

Records: MC 9-19, 4-10; RC 1-26, 0-14

AT MONTGOMERY

Casa Grande 10 7 9 9 — 35
Montgomery 11 8 10 15 — 44

CG: John Christy 11

Mont: Alec Raven 25, Noah Orlik 10

Record: Mont 20-6, 12-2

AT CARDINAL NEWMAN

Santa Rosa 6 9 13 12 — 40
Cardinal Newman 19 21 13 8 — 63

SR: Jacob Graves 13, Dustin Rome 11

CN: Corey Hammell 19.

Records: SR 9-17, 5-9; CN 24-2, 14-0

AT UKIAH

Windsor 8 11 14 15 — 48
Ukiah 15 13 12 22 — 62

W: Casey Myers 20, Colin McAlvain 12.

U: Adrian Mata 15, Paul Steliga 11, Frankie Garcia 10, Austin Morris 10.

Records: W 10-18, 4-10; U 17-9, 9-5

SCL

AT HEALDSBURG

El Molino 15 11 16 2 — 44
Healdsburg 24 22 11 14 — 71

EM: Louie Rampone 10

H: Arnold Silva 21 (18 reb), Jonah Lutz 16, Cameron Lutz 14

Record: H 21-5, 9-3

AT PINER

Analy 12 8 22 22 — 64
Piner 3 7 12 11 — 33

A: Mohannad Halaweh 24, Gabe Greenberg-Pines 10

Piner: Natu Hezchias 14

Record: Analy 19-7, 12-0

AT SONOMA

Petaluma 17 11 8 11 — 47
Sonoma Valley 8 16 14 8 — 46

Pet: Clay Swanson 11, Noah Forney 11

SV: Jesse Summers 19, Vince Albano 10

Record: Pet 7-16, 5-7

NCL I

AT FORT BRAGG

Willits 13 18 12 14 — 57
Fort Bragg 14 11 8 15 — 48

W: Will Betts 16, Cole Jessup 13, Palmer Runberg 12, Jon Montez 10

FB: Logan Barrett 15, Reed Monsen 10

League Record: W 12-0, FB 4-8

AT KELSEYVILLE

Middletown 19 19 10 4 — 52
Kelseyville 2 3 2 9 — 16

Mid: Tyler Rockwell 15, Nate Snodgrass 12

Kel: John Mark Reagan 6

Record: Kel 3-19, 1-11

AT ST. HELENA

Clear Lake 14 8 18 16 — 56
St. Helena 10 22 12 15 — 61

CL: Adrian Perez 20, Dan Partida 15.

StH: Richard Hoppe 13, Joey Brink 12, Gannon Laidlaw 12, Sergio Nava 10.

Records: CL 8-13, 4-7; StH 10-15, 5-8

NCL II

AT RINCON VALLEY CHRISTIAN

St. Vincent 11 12 12 9 — 44
Rincon Valley Christian 13 14 12 14 — 53

StV: Evan Knight 30

RVC: Zacchaeus Dance 13 (4 blocks), Cavin Hawkins 12, Paul Neihaus 11, Garrett Rober 7 (11 reb), Nathan Boyley 6, James Leng 3, Giddon Halpin 1

Notable: RVC hit 10 of 14 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter and wrapped up the NCL II race.

Record: RVC 23-3, 14-0

High school girls basketball

NCL I

AT WILLITS

Fort Bragg 10 4 5 7 — 26
Willits 20 21 17 12 — 70

FB: Cherie Ryden 7, Kellie Mehtlan 7.

W: Alicia Mehtlan 19 (12 reb), Alexis Camp 13 (8 reb), Samantha DelBello 10 (12 steals).

Records: FB 8-15, 2-9; W 18-6, 12-0

Notable: For the fourth year in a row, Willits wins the league title.

NCL II

AT SONOMA ACADEMY

Roseland Prep 4 15 10 7 — 36
Sonoma Academy 17 5 14 5 — 41

RP: Jaque Melendez 14

SA: Savannah Stoughton 19, Kiana Herold 10.

Notable: Sonoma Academy held a 7-2 advantage in 3-pointers … The Coyotes shot 6-for-13 from the free throw line while RUP was 2-for-4 … Both teams have a first-round bye in the NCL II postseason tournament at St. Vincent’s and will see their first action in the semifinals on Thursday. The Coyotes will be a No. 1 seed and the Knights a No. 2 seed.

Records: RP 17-7, 11-3; SA 20-3, 13-1.

AT TOMALES

Technology 6 5 8 15 — 34
Tomales 20 19 10 12 — 61

Tech: Rosa Tuaua 27 (9 3s)

Tom: Kayla Furlong 15, Bianca Diaz 13, Sara Souza 11

Record: Tom 17-9, 9-5

AT RINCON VALLEY CHRISTIAN

St. Vincent 16 9 15 13 — 53
Rincon Valley Christian 2 7 7 14 — 30

StV: Ursyla Baumgarten 11, Rebecca Dodele 10, Jacalyn Murphy 10.

RVC: Kara Robinson 17.

Records: SV 17-8, 11-3; RVC 9-17, 6-8

Thursday’s result

NBL

AT MARIA CARRILLO

Rancho Cotate 5 7 10 13 — 35
Maria Carrillo 8 16 8 12 — 44

RC: Dezire Perez 10; MC: Mikaela Francis 16 (11 reb), Madison Barsuglia 8, Claire Wheeler 7

Record: MC 15-10, 8-6

 

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