Friday’s local college and high school results

 

College baseball

Nonconference

AT RIVERSIDE

Sonoma State 000 000 000 — 0 4 1
Cal Baptist 010 000 01x — 2 7 0

WP—Jon Bengard (1-0); LP—Harmen Sidhu (1-1)

SSU: Devon Zenn 2×4, 2B; Steven Filippi 1×3, 2B

Records: SSU 4-1; CB 3-4

 

Women’s college softball

CCAA

AT ROHNERT PARK

San Francisco State 003 010 0 — 4 9 0
Sonoma State 000 001 0 — 1 8 1

WP—Marisa Ibarra (4-0); LP—Samantha Lipperd (3-1)

SSU: Hayley Condon 2×3, 2B, SB, R; Ali Palermo 2×3, 2B; Olivia Lucchese 2×3, RBI.

Second Game

San Francisco State 000 00 — 0 4 1
Sonoma State 200 51 — 8 10 1

WP—Amanda Llerena (3-1); Emily Gibson (1-1)

SSU: Hayley Condon 2×3, HR, 2R; Keisi Chinen 2×3, HR, 2R; Danielle D’Eccliss 1×2, 3B, 2 RBI; Ashley Vignola 1×1, RBI, R; Ancia Purdy 2×3, SB, R; Ali Palermo 1×3, 2B, 2 RBI.

Records: SFSU 5-1, 1-1; SSU 6-3, 1-1

Men’s college basketball

CCAA

AT CARSON

Sonoma State 32 40 — 72
CS Dominguez Hills 30 44 — 74

SSU: Will Olsem 24, Patrick Scott 21, Justin Herold 12.

Records: SSU 9-12, 7-10; CSUDH 13-11, 9-8

Notable: Dominguez Hills scored the final six points of the game, including the game-winner by Myron Green with 0.5 second left.

Women’s college basketball

CCAA

AT CARSON

Sonoma State 27 45 — 72
CS Dominguez Hills 36 35 — 71

SSU: Hannah Sourek 17 (career high), Taylor Vigil 12 points, Travis Newman 11, Brianna Burgos 11.

Records: SSU 7-14, 5-12; CSUDH 7-14, 6-11

Notable: SSU erased an 11-point deficit in the final nine minutes and a pair of Brianna Burgos free throws with 17 seconds left turned out to be the tying and game-winning points as the Seawolves notched their first road victory of the season.

Women’s college water polo

WWPA

AT SEASIDE

Sonoma State 1 3 3 1 — 8
CSU Monterey Bay 2 0 1 2 — 5

SSU Goals: Jessica Stansfield 2, Adrienne Bisharat 2, Laura Kunz, Natalie Del Carlo, Alexa May, Colette Reid

Record: SSU 4-8, 3-1

JC swimming

Big Eight Conference

AT ROCKLIN

Women: Santa Rosa JC 59, Sierra 49

Event Winners: 200 Medley Relay—SRJC (Codie Cox, Karissa DeRoussea, Allison Straus, Alexandria Holland), 1:53.66; 1000 Free—Meghan O’Rourke, SRJC, 11:18.42; 200 Free—Erin Sullivan, SRJC, 2:02.48; 50 Free—Corona, Sierra, 25.49; 100 IM—Alexandria Holland, SRJC, 1:00.97; 1M Diving—Ariana Bates, SRJC, 158.85; 50 Fly—Libby, Sierra, 27.57; 100 Free—Corona, Sierra, 56.68; 50 Back—Hi, Sierra, 29.90; 500 Free—Meghan O’Rourke, SRJC, 5:38.70; 3M Diving—Casey Murdoch, SRJC, 123.0; 50 Breast—Karissa DeRousseau, SRJC, 31.42; 200 Free Relay—Sierra, 1:42.38.

Men: Sierra 77, Santa Rosa JC 36

Event Winners: 200 Medley Relay—Sierra, 1:43.03; 1000 Free—Clark Hale, SRJC, 10:46.99; 200 Free—Landre, Sierra, 1:47.23; 50 Free—Horchak, Sierra, 22.00; 200 IM—Alex Xu, SRJC, 2:04.59; 1M Diving—Sierra 316.87; 200 Fly—Andrew Hayes, SRJC, 2:01.62; 100 Free—Landre, Sierra, 48.93; 200 Back—Jahnsen, Sierra, 2:11.43; 500 Free—Maginnis, Sierra, 5:15.28; 3M Diving—Sierra, 289.92; 200 Breast—Rylee, Sierra, 2:21.52; 200 Free Relay—Sierra, 1:30.86

Next: Las Positas College Invitational, 10 a.m. Feb. 22 at Livermore.

JC men’s tennis

Modesto Tournament

AT MODESTO JC

First Round Singles

Phillip Mueller (Reedley) def. Chase Sariaslani (SRJC) 6-0, 6-0; Zak Bohegian (SRJC) def. Josh Cabutotan (Mission) 6-0, 6-0; Austin Tay (Modesto) def. Moses Kuzu (SRJC) 6-2, 7-6 (4); Jon Sharp (SRJC) def. Jorge Espiritu (Folsom Lake) 6-1, 6-0; Long Vu (SRJC) def. Anthony Mattis (Cosumnes River) 2-6, 6-2, 6-4; Jesse Fonseca (Bakersfield) def. Teddy Hanford (SRJC) 6-1, 6-3.

Second Round Singles

Richard Feldmanis (Foothill) def. Zak Bohegian (SRJC) 6-0, 6-3; Charlie LaSalle (American River) def. Jon Sharp (SRJC) 6-4, 6-2; Adriene Varenne (Fresno) def. Long Vu (SRJC) 6-1, 6-1.

First Round Doubles

Bohegian/Sharp (SRJC) def. Ulan/Ngo (Cosumnes River) 8-4; Kuzu/Sariaslani (SRJC) def. Ulan/Ngo (Bakersfield) 8-4; Hanford/Stafford (SRJC) def. Cypher/Nation (Reedley) 8-4.

Second Round Doubles

Bertram/DeRomas (Fresno) def. Bohegian/Sharp (SRJC) 8-0; Mahone/Lew (Chabot) def. Kuzu/Sariaslani (SRJC) 9-8 (6); Jea/Tran (SRJC) def. Hanford/Stafford (SRJC) 8-3.

Saturday’s schedule
Consolation singles

Chase Sariaslani (SRJC) vs. Kurt Murpuri (Folsom Lake)

Moses Kuzu (SRJC) vs. Henrique Ambroso (Bakersfield)

Teddy Hanfor(SRJC) vs. Shawn Samson (Folsom Lake)

High school boys basketball

NBL Tournament Final

AT SANTA ROSA JC

Montgomery 10 13 10 22 — 55
Cardinal Newman 19 14 14 16 — 63

Mont: Alec Raven 27 points.

CN: Kenny Love 30 points, Corey Hammell 17.

Records: Mont 21-7, 12-3; CN 26-2, 15-0

NCL II Castleberry Tournament

Championship Game

AT ST. VINCENT

Calistoga 6 8 16 18 — 48
St. Vincent 22 12 12 13 — 59

Cal: Dakota Bohan 14, Joe Fons 11

StV: Zach Pierson 24, Evan Knight 9

Record: StV 19-10

Thursday’s results

NCL I

AT CLOVERDALE

Fort Bragg 5 16 11 16 — 48
Cloverdale 16 13 12 18 — 59

FB: Reed Monsen 13

Clov: Isiah Warren 18, Junior Campos 10, Jason Hibbeln 10

Record: Clov 13-11, 9-5

NCL III

AT MENDOCINO

Round Valley 10 18 15 18 — 61
Mendocino 28 33 31 19 — 111

Mendo: Nicolas Knoebber 21, Leo Kalina 21, Rhydon Call 19, Justin Garcia 18, Cody Lewis 18

AT POINT ARENA

Anderson Valley 11 14 8 14 — 47
Point Arena 19 22 21 14 — 76

AV: Sanchez 17

PA: Justin Sundstom 23; Marco Davila 21; Michael Frank 11

Record: PA 18-8, 9-3

Notable: Justin Sundstrom, a junior in his second year at the varsity level, went over 1,000 points for his high school career.

High school girls basketball

NBL Tournament Final

AT SANTA ROSA JC

Montgomery 14 16 11 19 — 60
Santa Rosa 13 9 14 12 — 48

Mont: Ashlee Wilson 13, Olivia Harris-Bloom 10

SR: Katie Daly 12, Devin Murray 11.

Notable: Montgomery wins the NBL tournament after Santa Rosa won the NBL regular season. The Vikings went 2-1 versus the Panthers this season. Montgomery hit six three-pointer to Santa Rosa’s one. The Vikings converted 10-of-12 free throws in the fourth quarter to lock up the victory.

Records: Mont 22-6; SR 22-6.

NCL II Castleberry Tournament

Championship Game

AT ST. VINCENT

Sonoma Academy 4 6 14 17 — 41
St. Vincent 12 19 8 8 — 47

SA: Savannah Stoughton 14

StV: Ursyla Baumgarten 25

Record: StV 20-8

 

 

 

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