College and high school results for Friday, Jan. 22

JC women’s basketball

Big 8 Conference

AT SACRAMENTO

Santa Rosa JC         20   15   16   13–64

Sacramento City        9     5   15   20–49

SRJC: Jenna Dunbar 6 (5 assists), Kerianne Noonan 11, Zaina Depina 2, Niambi Saint Louis 14, Brooke Santander 18 (5 assists), Vai Thompson 8, Meme Nicolis 5.

SCC: Jessica Lauderdale 16.

Record: SRJC 13-8, 4-2

JC men’s basketball

Big 8 Conference

AT SACRAMENTO

Santa Rosa JC        45   45–90

Sacramento City      31   40–71

SRJC: Josh Douglas 23, Michael Septimo 3, Jacob Wilson 7, David Nikalsson 22, Sadik Sufi 4, Siann Rojas 19, Arnold Silva 12.

SCC: Rustic 13, Joseph 13.

Record: SRJC 13-7, 4-2

Notable: This was the Bear Cubs’ highest point total of the season.

High school girls basketball

SCL

AT PETALUMA

Elsie Allen          3   5    1     3–12

Petaluma          14   9   17   13–53

EA: Roldan 6.

P: Ava Chabot 11, Emily Corda 8, Angelina Scatcalosi 7.

Notable: Everybody scored for the Trojans.

Notable: The Bear Cubs played one of their best defensive halves of the season while holding Sac City to 14 points heading to intermission.

AT SEBASTOPOL
El Molino             6     5   4   7–22

Analy                 18   27   9   7–61

EM: Emily Dean 5, Grace Anderson 5.

A: Isabella Neidermair 10, Kayla Cullen 8.

Notable: The Tigers converted 19 of 30 free throws.

NCL II

AT UPPER LAKE

Roseland Prep             15   18   14   7–54

Upper Lake                  13   20   18   7–58

RP: Yasmine Sotelo 19, Emmely Magana 17.

UL: Natalia Carlson 31 (7 3s), Brenna Sanchez 8.

Records: RP 6-9, 2-3; Upper Lake 10-8, 5-1

NCL I

AT CLOVERDALE

Lower Lake 7 10 5 16 – 38

Cloverdale 16 13 11 11 – 51

LL: Sammy Caires 19.

Clov: Ale Perez 14, Angel Bernardi 12 (10 reb, 5 assists).

Notable: Cloverdale’s Bailey Stewart had 6 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists.

Record: Clov 14-4, 4-2

High school boys basketball

NCL I

AT WILLITS

Clear Lake   9   18   27   10   –   64

Willits   8   12   9   15   –   44

CL: Tyler Dore 18; Steve Diaz 17; Max DeLeon 12

W: Ryan Hosford 23; Anthony Sorace 10

Records: CL 11-7, 3-3; W 8-10, 1-5

NCL III

AT BOONVILLE

Point Arena   7   7   7   9   –   30

Anderson Valley   21   23   8   12   –   64

PA: Hendersson 8

AV: Perez 21; Sanchez 11

Record: AV 12-5, 5-0

NCL II

AT TECHNOLOGY

St. Vincent        22   15   18   10–65

Technology          6   14     9   22–51

SV: Liam Galten 16, Nick Vollert 14, Mike Awad 13, Will Tarrant 12.

T: Jacob Tawashai 18, Himansu Singh 16

Record: SV 11-4, 4-1; Tech. 9-9, 3-3

 

High school boys soccer

NBL

AT SANTA ROSA

Ukiah               0   0–0

Santa Rosa      5   1–6

Goals: SR-Seamus Young, Brian Sanchez 2, Edwin Gomez, Daniel Cruz, Victor Valencia.

Assists: SR-Andrew Williams, Anthony Lopez, Andres Garcia, Jovanni Guizar, Luis Cruz.

Record: SR 13-0-1, 8-0

AT WINDSOR

Maria Carrillo     0   3–3

Windsor            1   0–1

Goals: W-Derek Neidlinger. MC-Sean Nagle, Christian Purugganan 2.

Assists: W-Olin Piotter. MC-Nagle, Arun Bains.

AT PETALUMA

Montgomery            1   0–1

Casa Grande           0   0–0

Goal: M-Jay Schlesinger.

Assist: M-Alan Soto

Record: Montgomery 8-4-2, 5-2-1

AT CARDINAL NEWMAN

Rancho Cotate           3   1–4

Cardinal Newman       0   1–1

Goals: RC-Kevin Juarez, Jose Amador, Christian Mendoza 2. CN-Kyler Hankns.

Assists: RC-Enrique Gomez. CN-Ben Stolz, David Knapp.

Records: RC 10-3-2, 7-1; CN 6-7-4, 0-5-2