College and high school results for Saturday, Feb. 28

High school baseball

Nonleague

AT ALAMEDA

Cardinal Newman  2 0 0  0 0 0  0   –   2   8   0

Alameda  0 0 0  0 0 0  0   –   0   2   0

WP: Michael Clark, LP: Matt Esparza, SV: Kyle Scott

CN: Colin Imm 3×4, R; Michael Clark 2×4, 2B; Aiden Nagle 2×4, HR, 2 RBI.

AT SAN JOSE

Santa Rosa                   201   101   00–5   10   6
Mission San Jose        000   040   11–6      7   0

WP: Lowry, LP: Alex March

SR: Drew Griffin 2×4, Jordan Walker 2×4, RBI; Marcus Hollingsworth 3×4, 2B.

MSJ: Terbeek 2×3, 2B, RBI.

Records: SR2-1, MSJ 2-0

Notable: The winning run scored on an error…Panthers starting pitcher Mo Bodgan struck out eight in 4 1/3 innings.

JV: Santa Rosa won 16-1

AT YOUNTVILLE
Maria Carrillo        000 120 0     3  5  4
Vintage                333 100 –    10 12 0
WP: Juan Lopez, LP:  Andrew Vaughn
MC: Myles Andrews 2×4 2 2B’s, Clayton Andrews 2×4 run, Andrew Vaughn 1×2 2B RBI
V: Jake MacNichols 3×4 2B 2 RBI’s, Joe Canepa 3×4, Jared Horn 1×3 HR RBI, Michael Jankiewicz 1×3 2B 2 RBI’s
Records: MC 0-1, Vintage 2-0
AT MONTGOMERY

Las Lomas            002   100   001–4   6   6

Montgomery          001   200   002–5   9   2

WP: Jacob Swarthout, LP: Watts

LL: Baldacci 3×4, 2B, RBI.

Mont.: Travis Schefer 2×3, RBI; Swarthout 1×5, 2B, 2 RBI; Nick Smith 1×2, 2B.

Record: Mont. 1-1
Notable: Swarthout’s bases-loaded double with no outs in the ninth won the game for the Vikings.
AT CASA GRANDE

Redwood 000 040 000 – 4 7 1

Casa Grande 030 100 001–5 7 2

WP—Nick Bostow. LP—Zack Copstein.

CG: Nick Bostow 3×4,2B, R; Brian Hupke 1×1; Justin Bruihl 1×4, RBI

Notable: Hupke got the 9th inning started with a single, then Bruihl’s bases-loaded single won the game.

Record: Red 1-1, CG 1-0

High school golf

AT BENNETT VALLEY GC

Par 72

Junior Golf Round-up

Note: Stableford point system used-!0 (double eagle), 8 (eagle), 4 (birdie), 2 (par), 1 (bogey).

Top team finishers

St. Vincent 128, Windsor 99, Maria Carrillo 95, Montgomery 95, Tamalpais 95.

Top individual finishers

Joey Wertz (SV) 38, Alex Graham (SV) 35, Keaton Kithcart (El Molino) 30, Jake Benson (MC) 30.

Notable: Eleven teams from four conferences representing 60 players participated.

High school boys basketball

NCS Division 6

Quarterfinals

AT OAKLAND

Anderson Valley        9   14   12   18–53

St. Elizabeth            11   19   15      6–51

AV: Abraham Sanchez 17, Erin Perez 12 (4 3s).

SE: Ronald Knighten 21.

Records: AV 19-8, SE 16-10

AT ARCHBISHOP HANNA

Rincon Valley Christian        19   16   19     9–63

Archbishop Hanna                27   11   18   22–78

RVC: Joe Lin 19, Daniel Maples 14, Robbie Leng 13, Charlie Segale 8, Willy Chung 7.

AH: Armani Perry 21, Dakota Woltering 16, Fernando Marquez 13, Larry Michael 9, Jhenaro Hemingway 8.

Records: RVC 16-12, AH 23-4

AT RIO LINDO ADVENTIST

California School for the Deaf         12   17   20    9–58

Rio Lindo Adventist                           10   14   20   10–54

CSD: Seth Hazlet 19.

RLA: Julian Boyd 17, Coby Brown 16, Jordan Lee 14.

Records: CSD 19-10, RLA 19-6

NCS Division 4

Quarterfinals

AT CARDINAL NEWMAN

Cloverdale                    9      7   11   12–39

Cardinal Newman      17   18   17   17–69

Clover.: Travis Kitowski 12, Marcus Poe 10.

CN: Connor Rubattino 16, Damian Wallace 12, Justin Botteri 10, James Ryan 10.

Records: Clover. 21-6, CN 28-2

High school girls basketball

NCS Division 6

Quarterfinals

AT ROUND VALLEY

Anderson Valley      8   10   11   15–44

Round Valley          15   13   10   14–52

AV: Liset Aijio 11, Jayna Mariqiz 10.

RV: Christina Phillips 11, Taylor Gravier 9, Shayleena Britton 8, Damiana Hoaglen 8, Krissa McCoy 8.

Records. AV 11-8, RV 17-6

AT EUREKA

Rincon Valley Christian       4   6   12   12–34

St. Bernard’s                      18   16   24   10–68

RVC: Caroline Hogan 13, Kylie Olson 7 (11 reb.).

SB: Makenna Schoenhofer 23, Paige Legaz 11, Betsy Brown 11.

Records: RVC 13-13, SB 19-9

NCS Division 4

Quarterfinals

AT CARDINAL NEWMAN

Justin-Siena               7     3      8   12–30

Cardinal Newman    15   14   19   11–59

JS: Morgan Malloy 11.

CN: Tiffany Salinas 12 (6 reb.), Hailey Vice-Neat 12 (7 reb.), Kylie Kiech 9 (6 reb., 6 assists, 3 steals), Lauren Walker 6 (7 reb.), Maiya Flores 8.