College and high school results for Saturday, Jan. 2

High school boys basketball

Nonleague

AT PETALUMA

Montgomery            11     9   13   10–43

Petaluma                  4   11     7   12–34

M: Lane Young 16, Joel Seitz 13.

P: Ryan Perez 16.

Records: M 5-5, P 6-4

AT SOUTH FORK

Willits              4   11   13   12–40

South Fork       6   13   10    8–37

W: Will Smith 12, Anthony Sorace 11.

Records: W 7-5, SF 9-6

AT HEALDSBURG

Fort Bragg          12   16   11   13–52

Healdsburg         11   14   19   23–67

FB: Lucas Triplett 26.

H: Juan Aguilar 17 (13 reb.), Cody Newman 17 (3 3s)Landon Courtman 16 (7 reb.).

Records: FB 6-5, H 8-3

AT WINDSOR

Las Lomas         19      8   15   16–58

Windsor              14   17   12   20–63

LL: Rob Prince 23.

W: Gabe Knight 20, Brent Tucker 13 (9 reb.), Curtis Johnson 13 (10 reb.)

Records: LL 8-4, W 9-3

Notable: The Jaguars were 7 of 7 from the free throw line in the 4th quarter…Johnson scored 8 in the final period and Tucker had 7.

AT KELSEYVILLE
El Molino          14    8   17    6–45
Kelseyville        26   22    9   20–77

EM: Jordan Kerkvliet 14, Eric-Nils Carlson 12, Kahleo Daly 10.

K: Nick Pfann 22, Kyle Ellis 17.

Records: EM 4-10, K 10-2
AT LAFAYETTE

Analy                          14     8   17   12–51

Acalanes                     14   11   17   24–66

Analy: Nick Fujii 15.

Acalanes: Jesse Marlow 18, Aidan McNamara 14, Alex Kinnear 11, Carter Smith 10.

Records: Analy 9-4, Acalanes 7-7

High school girls basketball

Nonleague

AT CONCORD

Casa Grande                       17   11   10   12–50

Clayton Valley Charter           8    15   15   17–55

CG: Joy Jovick 22, Hannah Sullivan 12, Claire Killian 7.

CVC: Bridget Nyland 19, Kelly Osterkamp 11, Jordan Sinnett 11.

Records: CG 6-4, CVC 4-7

AT SONOMA VALLEY

Terra Nova                   3   13     8     8–32

Sonoma Valley           10   13   15   10–48

TN: Morgan Vurek 13.

SV: Jenny Eggers 20.

Records:  TN 4-6, SV 6-7

Notable: Renee O’Donnell had 13 rebounds for the Dragons.

AT HEALDSBURG

Fort Bragg           8   7   12   12–39

Healdsburg        17   8   12     7–44

FB: Taylor Stonebarager 13, Madisyn Pyorre 12.

H: Haily Roux 19 (9 reb.), Keely Bullock 8 (15 reb.).

Records: FB 4-7, H 9-1