College and high school results for Saturday, Mar. 25

JC baseball

Big 8 Conference

AT SANTA ROSA JC

Cosumnes River               020    000   000–2   7   2

Santa Rosa JC                 030    000   000–3   9   1

WP-Garrett Hill, LP-Talbert

CR-Almida 3×3, run.

SRJC-Matt Kimura 4×4, 2B; Jeff Bart 2×4, RBI, run; Ben Sanderson 1×4, 2 RBI, run.

Records- Cosumnes River 15-9, 6-3; Santa Rosa JC 19-5, 9-3

Notable-Sanderson’s two RBI single was the game’s key hit.

JC rugby

AT SANTA ROSA

Santa Rosa   0   40   –   40

American College   21   17   –   38

SR: Tries – Sam Rokovalu (2), Devonte Manning (2), Louis Rampone, Richard Gebhauer; Conversions – Sam Rokovalu (5)

Record: SR 10-3-1, 6-1

High school baseball

Nonleague

AT KELSEYVILLE

Game 1

Arcata   1 0 0   0 1   –   2   6   1

Kelseyville   2 2 0   1 7   –   12   7   1

WP: Logan Barrick (4-0), LP: Kirk

Kel: Adrian Villalobos 3×3, 2B, 2 RBI; Barrick 1×2, 3 RBI; Jonah Lewis 1×3, 3 RBI.

Game 2

Arcata   0 2 1   0 0 0   0   –   3   6   2

Kelseyville   3 0 0   0 0 1   0   –   4   8   2

WP: Jonah Lewis, LP: Gorge

Kel: Kyle Ellis 2×3, 2B; Barrick 2×3, RBI; Lewis 1×3, 2 RBI.

Record: Kel 8-1-1

AT SONOMA VALLEY

Game 1

Ukiah 000 010 0 – 1 6 0

Sonoma Valley 000 120 x – 3 6 1

WP: Jeremy Mackling; LP: Stewart

Ukiah: Koch 2×3, Stewart 1×3, 2B, R.

SV: Carson Snyder 1×1, 2 RBI; Max Handron 2×2.

Notable: Mackling pitched a complete game. He walked none and struck out 3.

Game 2

Eureka 010 000 0 — 1 3 2

Sonoma Valley 101 200 x 4 7 0

WP: Shane O’Malley; LP: Pratton

Eureka: Cyphers 1×3, 2B; Morris 1×3, 2B, R.

SV: O’Malley 2×3, RBI; Joe Perez 1×2, 2B, R; Carson Snyder 1×3, RBI, R, SB.

Record: Sonoma Valley 5-5

Notable: O’Malley struck out 4 and walked one for Sonoma’s second complete game of the day.

AT DAVIS

Maria Carrillo                 001   000  0–1   6   0

Davis                              001   020  x–3   8   0

WP-Tyler Mortensen, LP-Kody Kent

MC-Raymond Rabago 1×3, RBI; Patrick Gavin 1×3; Dominic Riggio 1×3, run; Kent 1×3; Ryan Sellner 1×3.

Davis-John Lagatteta 2×3, RBI.

Records-Maria Carrillo 2-5, Davis 6-1