College and high school results for Friday, Jan. 6

JC men’s basketball

Big 8 Conference

AT ELK GROVE

Santa Rosa JC           39   35–74

Cosumnes River         30    36–66

SRJC-Justin Frazier 17, Cetrick Yeanay 8, Jordan Graves 2, Kiel Long 17, Danny Lewis 6, Justin Botteri 4 (10 reb.), Erik Poulsen 20 (10 reb.).

CR-Deandre Lantz 26.

Record: Santa Rosa JC 11-5, 2-0

Notable: Up next for the Bear Cubs is a home game on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. against Diablo Valley.

High school boys basketball

NCL I

AT FORT BRAGG

Willits             4     7   17    7–35

Fort Bragg     13   13   14   16–56

Willits-Montez 12, Detts 10.

FB-Anderson Miles 11 (8 assists), Clay Pyorre 9 (9 reb.)

Record: Fort Bragg 6-8, 1-1

AT CLOVERDALE

Kelseyville              17   17   16   10–60

Cloverdale               15   19   16   23–73

Kelsey.-Trey Conrad 15, Randy Pfann 15, Kyle Ellis 13.

Clover.-Gage Hoover 23, Jayson McMillan 18, Jordan Persons 15.

Record: Cloverdale 7-5, 1-1

NBL

AT WINDSOR

Santa Rosa              7    4     9   21–41

Windsor                 15   13   16   13–57

SR-Kalei Aukai 16, Alex Diggs 10.

Wind.-Riley Smith 23 (10 reb.), Kobe Roman 12, Justin Smith 11.

Records: Santa Rosa 8-5, 1-1; Windsor 11-3, 2-0

AT MONTGOMERY

Rancho Cotate              2     6   12   6–26

Montgomery                15   21   16   7–59

RC-Demetri Morton 4, Jake Simmons 4, Tyler Cox 4.

Mont.-Evan Poulsen 19, Riley O’Neil 8, Tyson Timko 7.

Record: Montgomery 11-3, 3-0

AT CARDINAL NEWMAN

Ukiah 15 12 6 16 – 49

Cardinal Newman 16 18 21 12 – 67

Ukiah: Ulysses Ruiz 16.

CN: Damian Wallace 12, Brad Morato 10, Gavin Dove 9.

Record: CN 11-2, 2-0

Notable: Cardinal Newman plays a nonleague game at 7:30 tonight at home against Gateway of San Francisco.

NCL II

AT ROSELAND COLLEGIATE PREP

St. Vincent                        11   7   12   10–40

Roseland Collegiate Prep     8   4     8    8–28

SV-Eric Riley 9, Justin Fahey 7.

RCP-Marquez 17.

Record: St. Vincent 7-7, 2-0

NCL III

AT MENDOCINO

Anderson Valley 11 6 15 15 – 47

Mendocino 9 15 20 17 – 61

AV: Gerardo Torales 12.

Mend: Nakai Baker 24 (9 for 10 free throw), Cody Call 16 (20 reb), 2 blocks), Evan Cole 16 (8 reb, hit 5 3-pointers)

Notable: Call grabbed 20 rebounds, Cole nailed five 3-point goals and had eight rebounds, and Baker was 9-of-10 from the free throw line.

High school girls basketball

NCL III

AT MENDOCINO

Anderson Valley 5 9 20 16 – 50

Mendocino 14 14 18 13 – 59

AV: Riley Lemons 20.

Mend: Emily Symonds 17 (10 steals, 7 reb), Emily Miller 14, Jaycee Hendricks 10.

Notable: Symonds had 10 steals and seven rebounds, and teammate Tayler Kishbaugh had 10 rebounds and three assists.

SCL

AT ANALY

Petaluma            10     16   10    10 — 46

El Molino            7       9     1      8  — 25

Pet: Angelina Scaccalosi 10; Nichole Costa 8 (8 reb., 6 blk.); Jaden Krist 6 (11 reb.)

EM: Chloe Kliegl 9

Records: Pet. 4-9, 1-0; EM 2-12, 0-2

NCL II

At Rincon Valley Christian

Upper Lake   12   7   12   14   –   45

Rincon Valley Christian   13   14   9   15   –   51

RVC: Caroline Chambers 19 (12 reb); Kylie Olson 18 (15 reb); Elizabeth Chambers 12 (4 blocks)

Upper Lake: Natalie Karlson 22

Records: RVC 8-5; 2-0

Upper Lake 7-7; 0-1

High school boys soccer

NBL

AT MARIA CARRILLO

Montgomery   1   1   –   2

Maria Carrillo   0   1   –   1

Mont goals: Danny Guerrero; Alan Soto. Assists: Carson Wyatt; Andres Mondragon.

MC goal: Diego Huerta.

Record: Mont 7-2-3, 2-0

AT WINDSOR

Windsor          2   0–2

Ukiah              0   1–1

Goals: W-Derek Neidlinger, Dylan Manfredi.

Assist: W-Olin Piotter.

Record: Windsor 6-2-1, 3-0