College and high school results for Monday, Dec. 28

High school girls basketball

West Coast Jamboree

Quartz division

Opening round

AT MARTINEZ

Analy                           12   9   11    6–38

Buhach Colony               9   5    3   10–27

A: Sophie McFadin 9, Sarah Brown 6 (8 reb.).

Concord                  4   12   19   25–60
Windsor                13     9   11   14–47
C.: Jessica Solis 19.
W.: Valerie Viramontes 8, Angeles Higareda 7.
Records: C 4-2, W 4-5
Notable: The Jaguars play Nevada Galena at 12:30 p.m. today.

Amethyst Division

AT VALLEJO

Sonoma Valley  14           12           8              7              —             41

Palm Springs      6              5              5              6              —             22

SV: Jenny Eggers 14 (10 rebounds); Kayla Field 14

Notable: Grace Cutting had 13 rebounds; Eggers had 10 rebounds.

Up next: Sonoma Valley will play Santa Rosa tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. at Jesse Bethel High School.

Record: SV 4-6

Bradshaw Christian          9   10    1     4–24

Santa Rosa                   12     7   15   12–46

BC: Jolene Delaney 9.

SR: Emily Codding 21, Mireya Lopez 10.

Record: SR 4-5

Notable: The Panthers play Sonoma Valley at 6:30 pm. today.

Zircon Division

Opening round

AT DUBLIN

Foothill               9   19   13   18–59

Montgomery        9    9   11   11–40

F: Madison Baxter 16.

M: Destiny Grayer 10, Shayla Newman 10.

Record: M 7-3

Notable” The Vikings play Granite Bay at 1

Onyx Division

AT CONCORD

Point Arena                 18 13  8  7- 46

Cornerstone Christian  3  1   9  6- 19

PA:  Krystal Wood 17 (12 rebounds), Ariel Escalera 14

Vern River Holiday Classic

AT FORT BRAGG

Clear Lake   11  11   4  13- 39
River City      20 20 16    9- 65
St. Bernards  9  10   8    9- 30
Calaveres    10  15 14 14- 53
Edna              11  10  11    5- 37
McKinleyville 16    9  11    7- 43
Fort Bragg     10  10   8    5- 33
Fortuna           11  12 10 16- 49
High school boys Basketball

Vern River Holiday Classic

AT FORT BRAGG

Clear Lake    25  12  17  11- 65
St. Bernards  14   7   11  15- 47
Roseland Prep   12  11  17  20- 60
Mendocino          12  11    5  12- 40
Capuchino    12  11  11  10- 44
Mesa Verde  19  11  16  14- 60
Fort Bragg    16  21  13  12- 62
Ferndale         7  20  14     5- 46
Sonoma County Classic

Opening round

AT PINER

Rancho Cotate       2     8    7   5–22

Las Lomas           22   19   16   4–61

RC: Alfredo Pulido 8.

LL: Jason Homan 11, Devin Payne 10.

Santa Rosa          6   9    9   13   4   8    7–56

Piner                   9   7   12    9   4   8   10–59

SR: Kalei Aukai  13, Tommy LaVine 13, Isiah Steele 11, Anthony Gallegos 10.
P:  Jace Foster 13, Andres Barragan 10, Scott Erickson 10, Sean Terry 10.

Cardinal Newman         14   18   7   12–51

Eureka                         2     2    6    7–17

CN: Gavin Dove 9, Cody Baker 8.

E: Aaron Thissell 7.

Mt. Eden        14   13    3   12–42
Cloverdale       11    4   15   16–46
ME: Camden Young-Harry 11, Jacob Smith 10.
C: Jayson McMillan 17, Marcus Poe 14
Windsor Holiday Shootout

Opening round

AT WINDSOR

Dublin                  17   15   21   11–64

Maria Carrillo         2     4     6     4–16

D: Ezra Martin 13.

MC: Kevin Fagan 4.

Records: D 7-2, MC 4-5

Amador Valley      14   12     3   12–41

Northgate               4   10   10   10–34

AV: Demetrius Williams 13.

N: Naj Singh 14.

Arroyo          4   15   12   16–47

Analy          15    7   10     6–38

Arroyo: Darnell McDavid 15.

Analy: Dominic Tripodi 11.

Records: Arroyo 8-3, Analy 7-3

Novato         8   11    6     8–33

Windsor     13   11   26   11–61

N: David Carpenter 11.

W: Gabe Knight 15, Prker Canady 11.

Records: N 1-9, W 7-2

Dixon Ram Classic

Opening round

AT DIXON

Franklin (Stockton)          6   16   11   13   6   2–54

Sonoma Valley              13     6   15   12   6   4–56

F: Jordan 29.

SV: Colton Mehrtens 17, Max Gustafson 17, Luke Severson 10.

Record: SV 5-6

Notable: In the semifinals today at 3:30 p.m., the Dragons play Ripon.

El Molino Holiday Classic
AT FORESTVILLE
Justin Siena   8  10  14   6- 38
Healdsburg   10  11   8  20- 49
JS:  Sami Zaia 9.
Healds:  Juan Aguilar 19 (14 reb), Trey Chapman 10 (10 reb, 3 blocks),  Landon Courtman 10 (7 reb)
Record:  Healdsburg 5-3