High school girls basketball roundup: Free throws carry
 Analy to victory

By HOWARD SENZELL
FOR THE PRESS DEMOCRAT

Analy took control in the first quarter and went on to defeat Healdsburg, 59-41, in a Sonoma County League basketball game Saturday night in Sebastopol.

The Tigers raced to an eight-point lead after one period.

“What made me the happiest was our free-throw shooting,” Analy coach Tom Corriveau said. “We made eight of 12 and that was the best we’ve done all season. Poor free-throw shooting has cost us a couple of games.”

Analy had three double-digit scorers — Jenna Petray (16), Celia Dimick (14) and Sarah Brown (10).

Hailey Roux led the Healdsburg attack with 18 points.

The Tigers are 2-1 in league and 10-7 overall while the Greyhounds are 1-2 and 9-5.

PETALUMA 55, PINER 16

At Petaluma, Allison Scranton had 15 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Trojans

The score was 20-2 after one quarter.

“Everybody got a lot of playing time,” Petaluma coach Janelle Robello said. “I thought Amy Ferrick, Emily Corda, Sianna DeCarli and Emily O’Keefe all came off the bench to give us solid minutes.”

Petaluma is off to a 2-0 start in SCL play and is 11-4 overall. Piner’s record is 7-7 and 1-1.

EL MOLINO 34, ELSIE ALLEN 9

At Forestville, the Lions led all the way and enjoyed a 19-point lead at halftime.

“We played good defense and took care of th ball,” winning coach Keith Nordby said.

El Molino’s Kayla Allen led all scorers with nine.

Alejandra Gomez had four for the Lobos.

SONOMA VALLEY 51, TERRA NOVA 41

At Pacifica, the Dragons played clamp-down defense in the second half while rallying to win the non-league game.

After trailing by six at intermission, Sonoma allowed the home team only 14 points in the second half.

“We played a zone after starting the game man-to-man,” Sonoma Valley coach Sil Coccia said. “It seemed to take Terra Nova out of its offensive rhythm.”

The Dragons dominated the boards with three players responsible for 35 of their 51 rebounds. Sami Von Gober finished with 15 while Jenny Eggers and Grace Cutting wound up with 10 apiece.

Eggers was the game’s top scorer with 16. Cutting had 11, one more than Von Gober.

Sonoma will take an 11-4 record into Tuesday night’s home game against Petaluma.

In NBL action:

WINDSOR 47, MONTGOMERY 42 (2 OT)

At Windsor, Hannah May’s free throw with less than a minute remaining in the second overtime put the Jaguars ahead for good.

Windsor had to rally to get the game to overtime. The Jaguars trailed, 34-23, at the start of the fourth quarter.

May was the game’s top scorer with 18 points for Windsor. Teammate Jessica Barbosa wound up with 16.

For Montgomery, Shayla Newman led the way with 16 points.