College and high school results for Wednesday, Apr. 13

JC men’s golf

Big 8 Conference

Tournament No. 13

AT WINDSOR GC (Par 72)

Team scores: Folsom Lake 364, Santa Rosa JC 380, Sierra 401, American River 411, Napa Valley 413.

SRJC scores: Jason Brendel 71, Stephen Santora 76, Eamonn Coughlin 76, Taylor Myers 77, Michael Danielski 80.

Medalist: Folsom Lake’s Eric Olsem 68.

High school boys golf

SCL

AT TAYMAN PARK (Par 35)

Healdsburg 235, Petaluma 251

H: Jona Holty 44, Wilson Kiff 45, Forrest Whitehall 46, Taylor Vanvranken 48, Allan Hambly 52

Pet: James O’ Hanlon45, Shannon Stoll 46,Charlie Winter 52, Gabe Robin 54, Justin Solorzano 54

Record:  H 6-1

CMC-South

AT MEADOWOOD (Par 56)

Team scores: St. Helena 282, St. Vincent 311, Middletown 312, Technology 427.

Top individuals: Connor Chesky (SH) 63, Matt Wotherspoon (Kelseyville) 64, Ryan Johnson (SH) 65, Justin Peck (SV) 67, Alex Graham (SV) 68, Jacob Hobson (Rincon Valley Christian) 71, Carson Kalbfleisch (Geyserville) 72, Max Kleinecke (SV) 75, Derek Coulter (M) 76, Chelsea Tom (M) 77, Tyler McSween (M) 78, Jeremy Mota (T) 90.

High school baseball

NBL

AT MARIA CARRILLO

Ukiah                  000   000   2–2   3   1

Maria Carrillo       000   102   x–3   9   2

WP: Andrew Vaughn, LP: Devin Kirby

Ukiah: Colton Crabtree 2×3, run; Joey Brazil 1×3, run.

MC: Patrick Gavin 2×3; Grant Hermone 2×3, run; Vincent Riggio 1×3, 2B, RBI; Raynond Rabago 1×3, RBI; Vaughn 1×3, 2B; Aidan Nagle 1×3; Jo Bynum 1×3, run.

Records: Ukiah 7-6, 3-2; Maria Carrillo 8-5, 4-1

Notable: Vaughn took a one-hitter to the seventh inning…Riggi and Rabago had key hits in the sixth when the Pumas scored twice.

AT SANTA ROSA

Cardinal Newman           000   000   0–0   2   2

Santa Rosa                   210   000   x–3   4   0

WP: Tyler Kelley, LP: Connor Foster

CN: Jake Hernandez 2×3.

SR: Evan Pelosi 2×2, 2 RBI; Shamus Lyons 1×2, RBI; Jacob Ambriz 1×2.

Records: Cardinal Newman 5-10, 2-3; Santa Rosa 6-9, 3-2

Notable: At one point while pitching a complete game, Kelley retired 10 batters in a row…Ambriz stole his first base of the season.

AT RANCHO COTATE

Montgomery         000   000   0–0   3   0

Rancho Cotate      100   000   x–1   4   1

WP: Gunner Mefferd , LP: Colin Prince

Montgomery: Austin McDonald 1×4, Nick Smith 1×3, Blake McDonald 1×3.

RC: Jaymin Graveman 2×3, 2B, run; Mefferd 1×3, RBI; Cesar Hernandez 1×2.

Records: Montgomery 6-9, 2-3; Rancho Cotate 5-9, 3-2

Notable: Jared Zang goit the save for the Cougars…The Vikings got the lead-off runner on base in each of the first five innings.

AT CASA GRANDE

Windsor             200   000   1–3    5   2

Casa Grande      304   000   x–7   11   4

WP: Quentin Gago, LP: Sam Penning

Windsor: Tanner Kane 3×3, run; Mat Silva 1×3, run; Patrick Tapin 1×3, run.

CG: Spencer Torkelson 3×3, 2B, RBI; Blake Berry 3×4, 2 2B, run; Chris Joaquim 1×3, 2B.

Records: Windsor 5-7, 0-5; Casa Grande 9-3, 3-2

Notable: The Gauchos turned three double plays…Gago was the first of four Casa pitchers.

Nonleague

AT ARCHBISHOP HANNA

St. Vincent               718   02–18   10   0

Archbishop Hanna     000   00–0      0   5

WP: Trevor Bovard, LP: Tyler Lezotte

SV: Dominic Pedersen 4×4, 2 3Bs, 4 RBI, 2 runs; Bradley Leach 2×2, 2 RBI, run; Michael Davis 1×1, 2 RBI, 3 runs; Liam Galten 1×4, RBI, 3 runs; Reilly Tobin 1×1, RBI; David Sammon 1×3, 2 RBI, run.

Records: St. Vincent 9-3, Archbishop Hamma 4-4

Notable: It was the second combined no-hitter in as many days for the Mustangs…Bovard and Jack Romano teamed up for this one…Pedersen had his second four-hit game of the season.