College and high school results for Friday, Jan. 27

JC men’s basketball

AT SACRAMENTO

Big 8 Conference

Santa Rosa JC          23   34–57

American River          29   39–68

SRJC: Justin Frazier 6, Alex Mostafavi 3, Cetrick Yeanay 7, Jordan Graves 12, Kiel Long 6, Gabe Knight 3, Marcus Poe 2, Erik Poulsen 18.

AR: Chris Reed 35.

Record: Santa Rosa JC 15-7, 6-2

JC baseball

Nonconference

AT HAYWARD

Santa Rosa JC       230   000   101–7   13   0

Chabot                  000   000   000–0     7   1

WP: Jared Noonan LP: Nava

SRJC: Josh Lenney 2×5, 2B, RBI, run; Trevor Mallett 3×5, HR, 3B, 4 RBI; Ryder Kuhns 2×4, HR; Jeff Bart 1×4, 2B, run; Matt Kinura 1×4, 2B, run; Blake Berry 1×4, 2B, run.

Chabot: MacIntosh 3×4.

Record: Santa Rosa JC 1-0

Notes:Noonan struck out 8 in 5 innings of relief…Garrett Hill started and fanned 7 in 4 innings…Eight of the Bear Cubs’ 13 hits were for extra bases…The schools play again today at 1 p.m. at Sypher Field on the SRJC campus.

High school boys basketball

NCL III

AT RINCON VALLEY CHRISTIAN

St. Vincent                       7    5    20   15–47

Rincon Valley Christian    14   21   16   16–67

SV: Justin Fahy 21, Tony Siragusa 12.

RVC:  Charlie Segale 24, Christian Gillette 17, Willy Chung 11 (9 assists), Riley Bogue 9.

Record: Rincon Valley Christian 10-8, 5-3

AT CALISTOGA

Mendocino            13   11   17   17–58

Calistoga               10    3    5     5–23

Mendo.: Nakai Baker 18, Cody Call 16 (17 reb., 7 blocks), Evan Cole 16, Sean Symonds 10 (11 reb., 6 assists).

Note: Call has had a double-double in 15 of 17 games he’s played this season.

NBL

AT UKIAH

Cardinal Newman       12   11   15   23–61

Ukiah                        18   10   10   11–49

CN: Brad Morato 20, Bennett Kohut 12, Cody Baker 10.

Ukiah: Karter Koch 13, Keegan Beebe 11.

Records: Cardinal Newman 19-2, 9-0; Ukiah 6-14, 2-6

Notes: Christian Hextrum came off the bench and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Cardinals…The Wildcats made 9 3-point shots and led 14-2 early.

AT CASA GRANDE

Maria Carrillo       13   13   17   12–55

Casa Grande       18   10   16     8–52

MC: Patrick Gavin 15, Kurgan Brown 13 (3 3s).

CG: Garrett Siebels 11, Frank Gawronski 10.

Records: Maria Carrillo 8-12, 3-5; Casa Grande 4-17, 1-8

Note: Gavin made a 3-point shot at the buzzer to give the Pumas the win.

SCL

AT ANALY

Petaluma            20   13   21    7–61

El Molino              4   17   11   14–46

EM: Erik-Nils Carlson 10.

Peta.: Jack Anderson 11, Justin Wolbert 9, Joey Potts 9.

Record: Petaluma 9-11, 6-2

Note: The game was moved to Analy because one of the backboards at El Molino was cracked.

AT PINER

Healdsburg          14   12     9   15–50

Piner                   13   12   18   13–56

Heald.: Juan Aguilar 14, Landon Courtman 12, Trey Chapman 10.

Piner: Gage Foster 11, Brennan Carpenter 11, Scott Erickson 10, Christian Gutierrez 10 (9 reb.).

Records: Healdsburg 15-5, 5-3; Piner 12-9, 4-4

High school girls basketball

NCL III

AT CALISTOGA

Mendocino          10   5  11   13–39

Calistoga            14   4    6    7–31

Mendo.: Tayler Kolby-Kishbaugh 14 (22 reb.).

Cali.: Vanessa Queito 12

NCL II

At RVC

Rincon Valley Christian   16   17   11   6   –   50

St. Vincent de Paul   9   2   9   8   –   28

RVC: Kylie Olson 20, (11 reb)

Records: RVC 14-7, 6-1; SV 7-10, 2-5

Nonleague

AT SONOMA ACADEMY

Credo 13 8 8 9 – 38

Sonoma Academy 19 21 18 11 – 69

Credo: Ruby Lambrecht 12, Emma Stain 12.

SA: Lauren Reed 22, Hannah McNeely 11.

Record: SA 14-3

High school boys soccer

NBL

AT CASA GRANDE

Maria Carrillo   0   0   –   0

Casa Grande   1   0   –   1

CG goal: Raul Vasquez. Assist: Edwin Barrios.

Notable; Gauchos goalkeeper Jose Moreno posted the shutout.

AT SANTA ROSA

Windsor                     0   1–1

Santa Rosa                0   0–0

Goal: W-Rigo Barragan.

Assist: W-Derek Neidlinger.

Record: Windsor 10-3-2, 7-1-1

Notes: The only goal of the game came with two minutes left in regulation…Leo Bossard was the winning goalkeeper.

High school rugby

Redwood Conference

AT SANTA ROSA

Elsie Allen                   22        38        –60
Bishop O’Dowd       10        12        –22
Elsie Allen scoring: Tries – Joshua Kauvesi (4), Epi Feoko (2), Pita Matasau (2), Elias Bergstrom, Ryan Alexander; Conversions – Tevita Salato (4), Epi Feoko
Elsie Allen record: 2-0 (1-0)