College and high school results for Thursday, Feb. 11

JC men’s tennis

Nonconference

AT MODESTO

Modesto JC, 5 Santa Rosa JC 4

Singles: Mike Lopez (M) d. Nick Wight 6-2, 6-4; Mathias Burlingame (SRJC) d. Nick Reilly 6-1, 6-7, 10-7; Nathan Saragoza (M) d. Oscar Lam 6-0, 6-1;

Tom Gearey (M) d. Chris King 6-0, 6-0; Jeremy Masseloux (SRJC) d. Alex Wolski 4-6, 7-5, 10-7; Jeff McKeehan (SRJC) d. Octario Padilla 3-6, 6-2, 10-2.

Doubles: Mathias Burlingame-Oscar Lam (SRJC) d.  Mike Lopez-Nathan Saragoza 8-6; Nick Reilly-Tom Gearey (M) d. Nick Wight-Chris King 8-4;

Alex Wolski-Octario Padilla (M) d. Jeff McKeehan-Jeremie Masseloux 8-3.

Record: SRJC 0-1

JC men’s basketball

Big 8 Conference

AT STOCKTON

Santa Rosa JC          40   37–77

Delta                        34   33–67

SRJC: Josh Douglas 7, Jacob Wilson 14, David Niklasson 10, Siann Rojas 18, Jordan Hickman 19, Arnold Silva 9.

D: Zach Zeyn 21.

Record: SRJC 15-11, 6-6

Notable: Hickman had 11 rebounds, 4 blocked shots and 6 assists while playing the best game of his career.

JC baseball
Nonconference

AT PITTSBURG

Santa Rosa JC          200   201   073–15   15   1

Los Medanos            000   000   000–0      3    2

WP: Alec Rennard, LP: Alexander

SRJC: Mitch West 1×4, HR, RBI, 3 runs; Jake Scheiner 4×6, 2B, HR, 4 RBI; Ryder Kuhns 3×5, 2 RBI, 2 runs; Charlie Magana 1×4, 2B, RBI, run; Jeff Bart 1×1, 2 RBI; Ray Hernandez 1×1, RBI.

LM: Pouth 1×3.

Record: SRJC 6-1

Notable: West (Montgomery High) led off the game with a home run…Rennard (Maria Carrillo) struck out seven in seven innings…The Bear Cubs host Los Medanos on Saturday at 1 p.m.

High school girls basketball

Small School Bridge League

AT REDWOOD ADVENTIST

Cornerstone   13   2   8   13   –   36

Redwood Adventist   16   16   15   13   –   60

RA: Krista Jang 34

Record: RA 2-7

SCL

AT ELSIE ALLEN

Petaluma         23   12   13   19–67
Elsie Allen         2     9    5     8–24

P: Angelina Scaccalosi 10, Ava Chabot 9, Brittney Tomrose 8, Olivia Baldwin 8.

EA: Delira 6.

Records: Petaluma 9-16, 6-6; Elsie Allen 0-20, 0-12
AT ANALY

El Molino            5    6     2   7–20

Analy               10   25   12   9–56

EM: Chloe Kliegl 8, Emily Dean 5.

A: Isabella Neidermair 17 (9 reb.), Sophie McFadin 8 (6 reb.), Sarah Brown 6, DJ Hayes 5 (3 steals).

Records: El Molino 4-23, 2-10; Analy 16-10, 11-1

JV: Analy won and finished league 12-0 and 18-4 overall.

NBL

AT RANCHO COTATE

Ukiah                  17   8   23   17–65

Rancho Cotate     12   7   13   12–44

U: Cassidy Schutz 20, Adriana Franco 14.

RC: Camille Spackman 13, Reilani Peleti 8.

Records: Ukiah 15-10, 9-5; Rancho Cotate 10-16, 2-12

AT WINDSOR

Maria Carrillo            15   14   13   21–63

Windsor                     7   11   13   18–49

MC: Claire Howard 27.

W: Sabrina Simili 8, Hannah May 8, Cecilia Smith 8, Allison Post 6.

Records: Maria Carrillo 9-17, 3-11; Windsor 9-17, 3-11

AT MONTGOMERY

Santa Rosa          17   14   16   12–59

Montgomery           9   12   17   12–50

SR: Emily Codding 22, Mireya Lopez 15.

M: Shayla Newman 12 (10 reb.), Kiana Heard 10, Jessica Perez 8

Records: Santa Rosa 16-10, 10-4; Montgomery 18-8, 9-5

JV: Montgomery won and completed an undefeated season (23-0).

AT CARDINAL NEWMAN

Casa Grande            3   11     4   4–22

Cardinal Newman    25   20   20   8–73

CG: Joy Jovick 13.

CN: Avery Cargill 17 (5 assists, 4 steals); Lauren Walker 14 (8 reb.)

Records: Casa Grande 13-12, 6-8; Cardinal Newman 22-4, 14-0

High school boys basketball

NCL I

AT CLEAR LAKE

Willits   12   15   5   17   –   59

Clear Lake   13   6   12   8   –   39

W: Anthony Sorace 21; Ryan Hosford 12

CL: Max DeLeon 21

Records: W 11-14, 4-9; CL 14-11, 6-7

AT CLOVERDALE

Lower Lake          6   11   10   16–43

Cloverdale          20   15   24   18–79

LL: Marlon Jones, Jr. 13, Hokulani Wichard 11.

C: Jayson McMillan 25, Marcus Poe 12, Adrian Bernardi 10, Travis Kitowski 10.

Records: Lower Lake 14-10, 10-3; Cloverdale 21-4, 11-2

Notable: The Eagles enjoy a one-game lead in league and wrap-up the regular season next Tuesday by hosting Fort Bragg.