College and high school results for Friday, Feb. 5

JC men’s basketball

Big 8 Conference

AT SANTA ROSA JC

Diablo Valley        30   37–67

Santa Rosa JC     29   25–54

SRJC: Josh Douglas 9, Michael Septimo 3, Jacob Wilson 2, David Niklasson 20, Sadik Sufi 2, Siann Rojas 10, Jordan Hickman 8.

Record: Santa Rosa JC 14-10, 5-5

JC baseball

Nonconference

AT SANTA ROSA JC

Redwoods          100   000       000–1       7   5

Santa Rosa JC    020   3(10)0   10x–16   13   0

WP: Evan Hill, LP: Janikowski

SRJC: Zach Hall 3×5, 2 3B, RBI, 2 runs; Matt Kimura 3×4, 3 runs; Mitch West 2×3, 2 RBI, run; Jake Scheiner 1×3, 2 RBI, run.

Record: SRJC 4-1

Notable: The annual alumni game is set for 2 p.m. today.

High school boys soccer

NBL

AT CARDINAL NEWMAN

Montgomery   1   2   –   3

Cardinal Newman   0   0   –   0

Mont: Kalsang Sherpa; Carson Wyatt; Bryan Mora. Assists: Momo Soto; Bryan Rosales.

Notable: Vikings goal keeper Jordan Page posted his 6th consecutive shutout.

Record: Mont 12-6-2, 9-2-1

AT WINDSOR

Casa Grande         0   0–0

Windsor                0   1–1

Goal: W-Derek Niedlinger.

Records: Casa Grande 10-6-3, 6-6; Windsor 8-8-1, 5-6-1

Notable: Niedlinger’s goal came from 30 yards out and with 15 minutes left on the clock…Diego Hernandez and Leo Bossard shared goalkeeping duties for the Jaguars.

AT MARIA CARRILLO

Santa Rosa        0   1–1

Maria Carrillo      0   0–0

Goal: SR-Seamus Young

Notable: Young scored on a follow-up shot on goal with 12 minutes remaining…Jairo Villalobos was in net for the Panthers.

High school rugby

Nonleague

Elsie Allen 20, Bishop O’dowd 5

EA: Joshua Kauvesi 10; Dylan MacCallum 5; David Armenta 5.

Record: EA 2-0, BO 1-1

High school girls basketball

NCL II
AT ROSELAND PREP
Tomales   4   0   4   3   –   11
Roseland Prep   11   11   12   11   –   45
Tom: Strobe 5
RP: Gabby Villalobos 12; Gabby Roldan 9
Record: RP 11-10, 6-4
AT ST VINCENT
Upper Lake   8   5   1   13   –   27
St. Vincent   8   8   6   16   –   38
UL: Brianna Sanchez 9
StV: Olivia DeGraca 14; McKenna Wilson-Kay 12
Record: StV 11-8, 7-2
NBL

AT MARIA CARRILLO

Cardinal Newman           17   18   25   13–73

Maria Carrillo                   4    0     2     6–12

CN: Avery Cargill 17 (6 assists), Hailey Vice-Neat 15 (7 blocks), Tal Webb 10 (7 assists), Lauren Walker 10 (4 blocks).

MC: Faith Deas 5.

Record: Cardinal Newman 20-4, 12-0

AT MONTGOMERY

Windsor         12     8    9   18–47

Montgomery   14   12   12   13–51

Wind.: Hannah May 13, Sabrina Simili 10.

Mont.: Shayla Newman 18 (18 reb.), LaDonna Saint Louis 10 (13 reb.), Jessica Perez 8 (9 reb.)

Record: Montgomery 17-7, 8-4

Notable: Kiana Heard made two free throws in the final minute to clinch the victory.

JV: Montgomery won

AT RANCHO COTATE

Santa Rosa 17 10 19 26 – 72

Rancho Cotate 13 15 18 22 – 68

SR: Simone Barnard 11, Sara Howard 13, Mireya Lopez 18, Emily Codding 24.

RC: Camille Spackman 11, Kaela Velles 12, Reilani Peleti 18.

Records: SR 16-9, 10-3; RC 10-15, 2-11

NCL I

AT CLOVERDALE

Willits 11 12 8 6 – 37

Cloverdale 14 18 14 16 – 62

Willits: Kelsey Butler 18, Chanel Alexander 10.

Cloverdale: Angel Bernardi 18 (10 reb, 4 assists), Camryn Figueroa 16, Bailey Stewart 6, Teanne Edens 6 (9 reb).

Records: Willits 9-13, 3-8; Clov 17-6, 7-4

Notable: Bernardi scored all her points in the first three quarters.

High school boys basketball

NCL II

AT ROSELAND PREP

Tomales               3   12   16   13–44

Roseland Prep    31   18   14   10–73

Tom: Ricardo DeSantiago 13, A. Magana 10.

RP: Javier Vigil 20, Gil Jimenez 14, Francisco Valdez 11.

Records: Tomales 2-16, 1-9; Roseland Prep 14-6. 9-0

AT ST. VINCENT

Upper Lake        10      6    4   19–39
St. Vincent         23   13   14   11–61

UL: Isaac Nevarez 13, Cody Rybolt 6.

SV: Mike Awad 17, Will Tarrant 12, Justin Fahy 10.

Records: Upper Lake 13-8, 6-4; St. Vincent 16-4, 8-1
AT CALISTOGA

Technology          13   18   11   10–52

Calistoga               1    7     6    12–22

Tech. Himansu Singh 19, Jacob Tawasha 13, John Hirsch 10.

Cali.: A. Torres 11

Records: Technology 10-12, 4-6; Calistoga 1-17, 0-9

Notablle: Singh has now made more than 300 3-pointers in his career.

SCL

AT PINER

Elsie Allen          8   14   11   11–44

Piner                12   11   10   18–51

EA: Nick Hercules 15.

Piner: Scott Erickson 16, Jace Foster 14.

Records: Elsie Allen 9-15, 3-7; Piner 13-9, 8-2

AT SONOMA VALLEY

El Molino              6    4   6   10–26

Sonoma Valley    17   15   7    4–43

EM: Ryan Fernandez 9, Jordan Kerkvilet 8.

SV: Colton Mertens 15, Luke Severson 8, Eddie Reyes.

Records: El Molino 5-19, 1-9; Sonoma Valley 8-16, 3-7

AT PETALUMA

Analy         10   12   13   16–51

Petaluma    14   11    8    17–50

Analy: Nick Fujii 18 (4 3s), Dom Tripodi 13, Jordan Armstrong 7 (10 reb.).

Peta.: Ryan Cox 17, Ryan Perez 14.

Records: Analy 17-7, 8-2; Petaluma 15-8, 7-3

Notable: Travis Holmes scored the winning basket with 12 seconds remaining.