College and high school results for Wednesday, Dec. 9

High school boys soccer

Nonleague

AT CASTRO VALLEY

Winter Classic

Castro Valley   0   0   –   0

Rancho Cotate   0   1   –   1

RC: Martin Flores. Assist: Izarry Guerillmo.

Notable: Cougars goal keeper Chris Mendoza posted the shutout.

Record: RC 3-1-2

AT LAFAYETTE

Winter Classic

Moreau Catholic      2   1–3

Cardinal Newman  1   0–1

Goal: CN-Kyler Hankins.

Record: CN 5-1-2

Notable: The Cardinals play again on Saturday.

High school girls basketball

Nonleague

AT POTTER VALLEY

Potter Valley Tournament

Anderson Valley   3   9   7   8   –   27

Upper Lake   10   12   19   15   –   56

UL” Natalie Karlsson 22

Record: UL 4-2

AT HEALDSBURG

REIBT

Maria Carrillo   14 12 10 15- 49

Clear Lake         4    9   6 15- 34

MC: Deas 11, Howard 9

CL: Helms 13, Hutton 11

Leadership          9     5      2     9–25
Healdsburg       16   18   18   12–64

Heald.: Grace Pillinini 21, Hailey Roux 18.

Record: Heald.: 4-0
Calistoga Tournament

Opening round

AT CALISTOGA

Rincon Valley Christian        10   5    5   15–35

Summerfield Waldorf             5   8   17    3–33

SW: Sophia Nielsen 16.

RVC: Caroline Hogan 14, Caroline Chambers 12

Records: RVC 5-2, SW 3-5

Nonleague
AT ANALY

Ukiah          11   4     5   18–38

Analy             9   5   11   11–36

Ukiah: Selena Perez 10, Cassidy Shutz 9.

Analy: D.J. Hayes 6, Sarah Brown 6.

Notable: The Tigers had the last possession but couldn’t get off a shot.

AT NOVATO
Sonoma Valley   9  9  8 11- 37
Novato                7 13  2   8- 30
SV: Jenny Eggers 11
Record: SV 2-4

High school boys basketball

AT HEALDSBURG

REIBT

John Swett  10 21 20  7- 58

El Molino      13  3   1  15-32

EM: Kerklich 11 Fernandez 7

Tomales                          10   8  11  13- 49

Rincon Valley Christian 18   5  16  15- 54

T: Magana12

RVC:  Segale 20

Calistoga Tournament

Opening round

AT CALISTOGA

Technology                           8     8   18   16   6–56

Summerfield Waldorf       13   10   18    9   4–54

Tech.: Himansu Singh 24 (8 3s)

SW: Javier Ramos 20, Stav Redlich 15.

Records: Tech. 2-5, SW 4-2

Notable: Singh has now scored more than 1,000 points in his high school career; the senior drained two three pointers for his team’s points in overtime.