College and high school results for Tuesday, Feb. 10

JC women’s tennis

Nonconference

AT MODESTO

Singles: Samonte (SRJC) d. Teres 7-5, 7-5; Pilati (Modesto) d. Imhoff (SRJC) 6-0, 6-2; Leon (Modesto) d. Bisda 6-0, 6-0; Jacobson (Modesto) d. Henley 6-2, 6-0;  Von Diver (Modesto) d. Noire 6-0, 6-4.

 
Doubles: Teres-Adamo (Modesto) d. Samonte-Kingsborough 8-3; Pilati-Leon (Modesto) d. Imhoff-Bisda 8-2; Jacobson-Van Diver (Modesto) d. Henley-La Noire 8-0.
 
Record: SRJC 0-2
 
Next: 1 p.m. Tuesday at Diablo Valley.
JC softball
Nonconference
AT SAN TA ROSA JC
Ohlone   002 000 1- 3- 4- 2
SRJC     310 011 X- 6-11-1
WP: Dana Thomsen (7 IP, 3 ER, 8 K’s, 1BB), LP:Goldsten
SRJC: Ashley Stevens 3×4, RBI; Taylor Matthews 2×4; Denia Vera 1×2, 2B; Liz Brown 1×3, 3B, 2RBI; Thomsen 2×3, 2B, RBI; Katrina Ohleyer 1×3; Becca Steiner 1×3, RBI;
Record:  SRJC 5-1
Next Game:  Wednesday at West Valley….2 pm
JC men’s golf
Nonconference
AT STOCKTON
Van Buskirk Golf Club
Par 72
SRJC 380, Delta, 412, Napa INC
SRJC:  Jordan Nordby 73, Travis Evans 75, Kalen Rosselli 75, Stephen Santora 78, Zack Sims 79
Record:  SRJC 3-0, 1-0
JC women’s basketball
Big 8 Conference
AT SACRAMENTO
Santa Rosa JC  28  31    –    59
Sacramento City  21  28    –    49
SRJC scoring: Jenna Dunbar 12; Taylor Graham 10; Sarah Arteseros 9; Brooke Santander 7; Alicia Mehtlan 5; Amber Hart 5; Niambi Saint Louis 4; Anne Studdert 4; Cayla Chandara 2; Vai Thompson 1.
Record: SRJC 12-13, 6-5
Next: 5:30 p.m. Thursday hosting American River in the last regular season home game.
JC baseball
Nonconference

AT OAKLAND

Santa Rosa JC           000   004   032–9   12   2

Laney                           000   100   011–3     6   2

WP: Garrett Hill, LP: Sutten

SRJC: Jake Scheiner 3×5, 3B, HR, 5 RBI; Mitchell West 2×5; Bryce Nagada 2×6, 3B, 2 RBI; George Foster 1×3; Mike Reynolds 1×4, RBI.

Laney: Marcos Valenci 2×3, 2B, RBI.

Record: SRJC 4-1

Notable: Scheiner, who played high school ball at Maria Carrillo, belted a grand slam in the sixth inning…Hill (Analy) pitched seven innings and struck out six.

JC men’s basketball
Big 8 Conference
AT SACRAMENTO
Santa Rosa JC 39  39    –    78
Sacramento City  34  25    –    59
SRJC:  Davone Oliver 18, Molefi Thompson 14, Parker Farris 15, Siaan Rojas 3, Corey Hammell 12, Arnold Silva 2, Jacob Wilson 6, Markel Leonard 5, Mike Simanek 3.
Record:  SRJC 13-12, 6-5
Next Game:  7:30 p.m. Thursday hosting American River at home.
High school girls basketball
NCL II
AT TECHNOLOGY
 
Rincon Valley Christian 16   7   5  13- 41
Technology                                 10 11   3    0- 24
RVC:  Brittany Douglas 19, Tech: Katie Stagnoli 15
Notable:  Kylie Olson had 21 rebounds for RVC
Record: RVC 12-9, 7-4
AT CALISTOGA
Sonoma Academy  13  17  10  9    –    49
Calistoga  12  4  11  6    –    33
SA: Savannah Stoughton 25
Cal: Jenna Franklin 12
Record: SA 14-2, 10-0
AT ROSELAND PREP
Upper Lake       11  15   6   2- 34
Roseland Prep  15   9 16   8- 48
UL: Natalie Karlsson 13, Autum Martinez 12; Rose: Sarah Campos 15 (10 reb), Cristal Melendez 14,Gaby Roldan 11
Record: Rose 7-4
NCL I
AT FORT BRAGG
St. Helena      0   5   7   6- 18
Fort Bragg     6 15 14   8- 43
St. H: Alicia Gomes 8; Ft. B: Madison Pyorre 12, Taylor Stonebarger 10
Record: Ft B 4-7

SCL

AT EL MOLINO

Analy 20 9 10 14 – 53

El Molino 7 2 4 12 – 25

Analy: Sophie McFadin 13, Valarie Viramontes 10

EM: Rachel Spain 9, Kayla Allen 9

AT HEALDSBURG

Sonoma Valley          10   16   13   7–46

Healdsburg                  3      0     4   6–13

SV: Renee O’Donnell 10, Grace Cutting 7.

Heald.: Hailey Roux 6.

Record: SV 20-5, 10-1

Notable: Jenny Eggers had 17 rebounds for the Dragons…Sonoma clinched at least a tie for the league crown.

AT ELSIE ALLEN

Petaluma         17   13   17   10–57
Elsie Allen         0      0     5     3–8

Peta.: Joelle Krist 16, Amy Ferrick 10, Cassie Baddeley 7.

EA: Rodriguez 3, Chavez 3.

NBL

AT RANCHO COTATE

Windsor 14 18 2 16 – 50

Rancho Cotate 9 11 12 8 – 40

Wind: Hannah May 11, Jessica Barboza 18

RC: Kaela Velles 11

AT MONTGOMERY

Casa Grande           9    5     10    0–24

Montgomery             8   16   12   10–46

CG: Molly Lundquist 6, Cassidy McKinney 5.

Mont.: Abby Lea 14, LaDonna Saint Louis 12, Shayla Newman 10, Destiny Grayer 9.

Record: Mont. 13-12, 8-5

JV: Montgomery won

AT CARDINAL NEWMAN

Santa Rosa                  14      8     8   11–43

Cardinal Newman        22   10   22   11–65

SR: Emily Codding 15, Kylie Oden 10, Sara Howard 10.

CN: Kylie Kiech 17 (8 reb., 5 assists); Hailey Vice-Neat 11 (11 reb.), Tiffany Salinas 10, Maiya Flores 9.

Notable: The Cardinals are the league regular-season champs.
NCL III
AT ROUND VALLEY
Potter Valley     8   5   6  12- 31
Round Valley    8   8   8  14- 38
PV: Tish Rosalio 14, Hailey Huey 6; RV: Damiana Hoaglen 10, Karissa McCoy 8, Journey Damper 8
Record:  RoundValley 12-6, 8-0

High school boys basketball

NCL I

AT LOWER LAKE
Willits             19  19   6  12- 56
Lower Lake     8    7 16  14- 45
W: Anthony Sorace 20, Dimitri Betts 13; LL: Dustin Martinb 13, Holalani Widard 11
Record: Willits 18-5, 8-3; LL 10-13, 4-7
AT CLOVERDALE
Middletown       6  13  12  11- 42
Cloverdale      17  17  14  13- 61
M: Antonie Guzman 12, Cody Chorjel 12; Clov: John McMillan 18(13 reb), Marcus Poe 16 (12 reb)
Record:  Clov 17-5, 10-1

AT KELSEYVILLE

 

Clear Lake   12  13  22 15  –  62

Kelseyville  14  12  12  16  — 54

 

Clear Lake—Stevie Diaz 20, Jared Strate 17

Kelseyville—Brandon Huber 15, Hunter Beatty 12, Victor Fernandez 11

 

Record: Kelseyville 7-4, 15-7

NCL II
AT CALISTOGA
Sonoma Academy  24  13  8  15    –    60
Calistoga  0  5  6  5    –    16
SA: Jack Greenberg 11
Record: SA 12-7, 5-5
AT TECHNOLOGY

Rincon Valley Christian      7   17   20   20–64

Technology                        12    11   10   17–50

RVC: Joe Lin 26, Charlie Segale 13, Daniel Maples 12, Robbie Leng 10 (8 reb.).

Tech.: Himansu Singh 24, John Hirsch 12.

Records: RVC 13-9, 7-3; Tech. 16-6, 3-8

AT ROSELAND PREP
Upper Lake         8   4   9   5- 26
Roseland Prep 25 16 10 13- 64
UL: Flores 10; Rose: Francisco Valdez 21, Alex Paddilla12, Pablo Avendano 10 (10 assists, 8 rebound)
Record: Rose 17-6, 11-0