Friday’s local college and high school results

JC men’s basketball

Big Eight Conference

AT SACRAMENTO

Santa Rosa JC 36 46 — 82
Cosumnes River 32 35 — 67

SRJC: Max Fujii 8, Bobby Sharp 25, Jajuan Hammond 20, Xavier McCall 4, Connor Gillett 12, Brian Johnson 9, Luke Cocheran 2, Darrin Grayer 2.

CR: Charles Standifer 31.

Records: SRJC 25-5, 13-1; CR 11-17, 5-9

Notable: The Bear Cubs are conference champs for the second year in a row.

 

JC women’s basketball

Big Eight Conference

AT SACRAMENTO

Santa Rosa JC 35 25 — 60
Cosumnes River 18 24 — 42

SRJC: Anandi Jimenez 20, Arianna Hanson 12, McKenzie Mangino 8, Whitney Edens 5, Stephanie Sack 4, Erin Skinner 4, Emma Vierra 3, Skyler Olsen 2, Holly Cramer 2.

Records: SRJC 24-6, 12-2; CR 14-13, 4-10

Notable: The Bear Cubs shared the conference championship with Sierra .<TH>.<TH>. Seedings for the CCCAA State Tournament will be announced Monday.

 

Women’s college basketball

CCAA

AT ROHNERT PARK

HUMBOLDT STATE (9-16, 5-14) — Petty 6-12 2-2 16, Richards 4-7 0-0 11, Anderson 4-4 1-2 9; Maxwell 0-4 7-8 7, Tuey 2-5 2-3 7, Kunst 1-9 2-2 4, Wiggins 1-6 0-0 2, Gaumer 1-4 0-0 2, Orlich 1-1 0-0 2, Ringer 0-0 0-0 0, Kime 0-3 0-0 0, Johnson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 20-56 14-17 60.

SONOMA STATE (9-14, 7-12) — Vigil 6-12 2-2 14, FaheY 3-7 4-5 12, Ito 5-7 0-1 12, Day 4-7 1-1 9, Sheahan 3-8 2-2 9, Newman 3-10 0-0 7, Sourek 3-5 0-1 6, Adams 1-6 0-0 2, Capoot 0-0 0-0 0, Burgos 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 28-64 9-12 71.

Humboldt State 30 30 — 60
Sonoma State 29 42 — 71

3-Point Goals—Humboldt State 6-20 (Richards 3-4, Petty 2-4, Tuey 1-4, Kunst 0-2, Gaumer 0-2, Kime 0-2, Maxwell 0-2), Sonoma State 6-17 (Ito 2-3, Fahey 2-6, Sheahan 1-1, Newman 1-4, Burgos 0-1, Adams 0-2). Fouled out–Humboldt State-None, Sonoma State-None. Rebounds—Humboldt State 34 (Kunst10), Sonoma State 36 (Day 10). Assists—Humboldt State 8 (Maxwell 3), Sonoma State 16 (Ito 4). Total fouls—Humboldt State 16, Sonoma State 12. A—550.

 

Women’s college softball

CCAA

AT LA JOLLA

Sonoma State 010 201 0 — 4 6 0
UC San Diego 000 000 0 — 0 1 0

WP—Samantha Lipperd, 5-2; LP—Kayla Hensel, 6-3.

SSU: Ancia Purdy 1×3, R; Vanessa Currie 1×3, 2B, RBI; Ali Palermo 1×3, HR, 2 RBI; Kelsi Chinen 1×2, HR, RBI.

SECOND GAME

UC San Diego 3, Sonoma State 2

WP—Jennifer Manuel, 1-0; LP—Amanda Llerena, 4-2.

Records: SSU 9-4,4-2; UCSD 8-8, 4-2

SSU: Kelsi Chinen 2×3, 2 RBI.

Notable: Samantha Lipperd tossed a complete-game, one-hit shutout in the opener. UC San Diego came back with a walk-off win in Game 2.

 

Women’s college water polo

Nonconference

AT ROHNERT PARK

Azusa Pacific 1 1 2 3 — 7
Sonoma State 5 2 4 3 — 14

SSU Goals: Brittny Hummel 3, Jessica Stansfield 3, Colette Reid (2), Adrienne Bisharat, Laura Kunz, Kaysie Lewis, Sally Aster, Nicole Browning, Noelle Herrera.

Record: AP 2-11; SSU 6-9

 

Women’s college tennis

At ROHNERT PARK

Sonoma State 8, Holy Names 0

Singles: Sara Celma (SSU) def. Lamella Belgica 6-0, 6-2; Megan White (SSU) def. Corine Beeby 6-0, 6-0; Sheena Johnson (SSU) def. Linda Wik Fors 6-0, 6-1; Lauren Ha (SSU) def. Bonnie Brazee 6-0, 6-0; Spencer Trotta (SSU) def. Carmen Delgado 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: Sara Celma/Chloe Jolliff (SSU) def. Lamella Belgica/Corine Beeby 8-2; Megan White/Lauren Shafer (SSU) def. Linda Wik Fors/Bonnie Brazee 8-0; Lauren Ha/Sheena Johnson (SSU) won by forfeit.

Records: Holy Names 0-2; SSU 5-3 (regional ranking No. 10)

 

JC men’s tennis

Big Eight Conference

AT SANTA ROSA JC

Santa Rosa JC 9, Folsom lake 0

Singles: Chase Sariaslani (SRJC) def. Kurt Marpuri 6-2, 6-0; Zak Bohegian (SRJC) def. Argisht Gevorgyan 6-0, 6-2; Moses Kuzu (SRJC) def. Craig Wheeler 6-0, 6-0; Jon Sharp (SRJC) def Mark Quimbo 6-2, 6-0; Long Vu (SRJC) def Jorge Espiritu 6-1, 6-1; Patrick Stafford (SRJC) def. Preston Fagalde 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles: Bohegian/Sharp (SRJC) def. Gevorgyan/Marpuri 8-0; Kuzu/Sariaslani (SRJC) def. Quimbo/Wheeler 8-1; Stafford/Hanford (SRJC) def. Fagalade/Espiritu 8-3.

Record: SRJC 1-2, 1-1

Next: 1 p.m. Tuesday<NO><NO1> at Sierra College

 

JC swimming

Las Positas Invitational

AT LIVERMORE

Individual meet, no team scores (16 NorCal teams)

Santa Rosa JC Women

200 Medley Relay—Codie Cox, Karissa DeRoussea, Alexandria Holland, Erin Sullivan 1:54.01, 1st; 200 IM—Alexandria Holland, 2:12.75, 1st; 50 Back—Jillian Patalano, 30.33, 2nd; 200 Free—Meghan O’Rourke, 2:03.50, 2nd; 100 Fly—Alexandria Holland, 59.66, 1st; 100 Breast—Codie Cox, 1:15.21, 6th; 50 Free—Brianna Thompson, 26.44, 4th; 1650 Free—Becky Kremer, 20:12.28, 5th; 50 Fly—Codie Cox, 28.19, 3rd; 50 Breast—Karissa DeRousseau, 31.42, 1st; 100 Free—Erin Sullivan, 55.92, 2nd; 500 Free—Meghan O’Rourke, 5:24.86, 2nd; 100 Back—Alexandria Holland, 1:00.07, 1st; 100 IM—Kayla Strand, 1:06.40, 3rd; 200 Free Relay—Alexandria Holland, Karissa DeRousseau, Erin Sullivan, Codie Cox, 1:43.61, 2nd; 1M Diving—Ariana Bates, 157.20, 2nd; 3M Diving—Casey Murdoch, 109.20, 2nd.

Santa Rosa JC Men

200 Medley Relay—Clark Hale, Andrew Hayes, Alex Xu, Collin Giddings, 1:44.81, 5th; 400 IM—Andrew Hayes, 4:22.61, 1st; 100 Back—Kevin Webster, 1:06.95, 12th; 200 Free—Clark Hale, 1:562.55, 5th; 200 Fly—Stuart Quiroga, 2:09.45, 4th; 200 Breast—Alex Xu, 2:15.15, 2nd; 50 Free—Andrew Hayes, 23.09, 6th; 1650 Free—Clark Hale, 17:59.01, 1st; 100 Fly—Alex Xu, 53.72, 2nd; 100 Breast—Andrew Hayes, 1:03.47, 5th; 100 Free—Travis West, 52.57 12th; 500 Free—Clark Hale, 5:09.37, 3rd; 200 Back—Brian Baird, 2:21.92, 7th; 200 IM—Alex Xu, 1:59.68, 2nd; 200 Free Relay—Alex Xu, Andrew Hayes, Clark Hale, Travis West, 1:32.37, 4th; 1M Diving—Nico Suissa 236.20, 3rd; 3M Diving—Nico Suissa, 261.95, 2nd.

Next: March 1, Sac City Invitational, in Sacramento at 10 a.m.

 

High school boys basketball

NCS Quarterfinals
Division 2

AT MONTGOMERY

College Park 0 20 19 15 — 54
Montgomery 16 19 5 16 — 56

CP: Mikey Eggleton 15, AJ Newell 13, Joe DeMers 12

Mont: Alec Raven 17, Rylan Kobre 14, Tyler Newman 12

Records: CP 22-5; Mont 23-7

 

High school girls basketball

NCS Quarterfinals
Division 1

AT DANVILLE

Santa Rosa 6 2 21 8 — 37
Monte Vista 11 18 7 7 — 43

SR: Kylie Odens 18, Katie Daly 9.

MV: Jenn Casper 13, Angela Rigo 9.

Records: SR 23-7, MV 22-5

Notable: In the second quarter, the Panthers were 1-of-15 from the field and committed seven turnovers … All of Odens’ points came from 3-point territory … Santa Rosa was the No. 6 seed and Monte Vista was No. 3.

Division 2

AT CONCORD

Casa Grande 9 6 12 8 — 35
Clayton Valley 23 10 13 15 — 61

CG: Brooke Santander 18, Lyndsey Murnin 7, Angela Llaverias 5 (5 reb).

CV: Kayla Taylor 16 points, Hailey Pascoe 16.

Records: CG 16-13; CV 21-6

AT MONTGOMERY

Newark Memorial 2 15 11 18 — 46
Montgomery 10 18 10 15 — 53

NM: Taylor Norman 25, Ni’yesha Brown 13

Mont: Ashlee Wilson 16, Claire Donnelly 15 (21 reb, 6 blk)

Notable: Montgomery held a 36-28 rebounding edge. The Vikings shot 18-28 from the free throw line and the Cougars shot 13-20. Third-seed Montgomery moves on to an NCS semifinal game on Wednesday to play at second-seed Clayton Valley. Friday night’s win qualifies Montgomery for the Nor Cal half of the California Interscholastic Federal state playoffs.

Records: NM 20-7; Mont 23-6

 

High school baseball

Nonleague

AT PINER

Terra Linda 031 000 0 — 4 2 2
Piner 240 100 x — 7 8 4

WP—Ben Stolte; LP—Kaneko

P: Niko Formosa 2×3, 2 2B; 3R; Stolte 1×2, 2R, RBI; Grant Wingett 1×3, 2 RBI. Record: P 3-0

AT PETALUMA

Maria Carrillo 100 000 0 — 1 3 0
Petaluma 000 000 0 — 0 4 1

WP—Alec Rennard; LP—Scott Hilbert

MC: Austin Martinez 1×3, R. Pet: Hilbert 1×3, 2B

Records: MC 1-0; P 1-2

 

High school boys tennis

Nonleague

AT CASTRO VALLEY

Castro Valley 7, Casa Grande 0

Singles: Miguel Diaz (CV) def. Matt Halligan 6-1, 6-2; Jason Wong (CV) def. Shaffer Battagalia 6-2, 4-6, 6-3; Justin Wong (CV) def. Shawn Udomsak 6-1, 6-0; Spencer Dong (CV) def. Avnish Dighe 6-3, 6-0.

Doubles: Jason Cheung/Jesse Pawid (CV) def. Kenny Phan/Jack Micco 6-1, 6-0; Phillip Kawada/Jeff Zhang (CV) def. Akhil Nadendla/Spencer Battaglia 6-3, 6-0; Spencer Siu/Calvin Tang (CV) def. Colin Maguire/Nick Cervantes 6-1, 6-2.

 

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