College and high school results for Friday, May 5

JC baseball

CCCAA State Playoffs

AT SANTA ROSA JC

Reedley              100   310   021–8      10   3

Santa Rosa JC   113    000   62x–13   18   1

WP: Evan Hill, LP: Jones

Reedley: Morton 4×4, HR, 2 RBI, 4 runs.

SRJC: Ryder Kuhns 3×5, 2 HR, 2B, 3 RBI; Josh Lenney 2×5, HR, 4 RBI; Daniel Teasley 3×5, 4 RBI, 2 runs; Blake Berry 3×4, 2B, 3 RBI; Ben Sanderson 2×4, 2B, 2 runs; Cole Brodnansky 2×4, 2 2B, 2 runs.

Records: Reedley 26-16, Santa Rosa JC 30-7

Notable:Lenney and Kuhns hit their home runs in the seventh. Lenney’s was a grand slam down the right field line…The best two-of-three series continues today (11 a.m.) at Cook Sypher Field. If Reedley wins, a second game will follow.

High school baseball

NBL

AT WINDSOR

Cardinal Newman   1 0 0   8 0 4   0   –   13   10   0

Windsor   0 0 0   0 0 0   0   –   0   4   4

WP: Nate Cox, LP: Tanner Kane

CN: Drew Oliver 2×3, 2B, RBI; Mike Daly 3×3, 2 2B, 2 RBI.

AT UKIAH

Montgomery       100   000   0–1     2   2

Ukiah                  300   032   x–8   11   2

WP: Karter Koch, LP: Kirtley

UKkiah: Koch 2×5, 3 runs; Joe Brazil 2×4, 3B, 3 RBI; Duncan Kindopp 2×3, RBI; Wyatt Todd 1×3, 3B, 2 RBI; Aiden Vannucci 2×3, run; Devin Kirby 1×1, 2B, 2 RBI.

AT SANTA ROSA

Rancho Cotate       314   000   1–9   9   1

Santa Rosa            100   000   0–1   5   3

WP: Tanielu Guerrero, LP: Brandon Griffin

RC: Michael Bartolozzi 2×5, Mason Heinse 4×5.

SR: Griffin 1×3, run; Jacob Ambriz 1×2, 2B; Jesus Suarez 1×2, 3B; Steve Ward 1×1, 2B.

Records: Rancho Cotate 8-13, 6-5; Santa Rosa 3-19, 1-11

SCL

AT ELSIE ALLEN

Healdsburg 250 03 – 10 15 2

Elsie Allen 000 00 – 0 5 4

WP: Phillip Helfrick; LP: Chavez

Heald: Liam Lopez 3×3, 3B, 3 RBI; Spencer Martin 2×3, 2 RBI; Levi Yeley 2×3, 2B; Yohan Palaez 2×3, 2R; AJ Vasquez 3×3, RBI.

Record: Healdsburg 9-12, 4-6

AT PETALUMA

El Molino        000 000 0    0   2   2
Petaluma         000 005 x    5  11  0

WP Danny Marzo (4 IP, 1 H, 5 K)  LP  Garret Crane
Petaluma Porter Slate 2-3 Logan Douglas 2-4, RBI Danny Marzo 1-4, 2B, 3-RBI Nick Andrakin 1-2, 2B
David Haulet 1-1

Petaluma 14-7, 8-1 El Molino  10-11, 3-8

NCL II

AT ST. VINCENT

Sonoma Academy         000   010   0–1   3   1

St. Vincent                     020   001    x–3   7   3

WP: Ethan Rapoport, LP: Jordan Salmonsen

SA: Byron Spars 1×3, 2B; Caden Zollezi 1×3; Adam Zimmer 1×3, RBI.

SV: Michael Davis 3×4, 2B, 3 RBI; Gio Antonini 1×3; Matt Pierson 1×3; Eric Riley 1×3, run; A.J. Fetter 1×3, 2 runs.

Records: Sonoma Academy 9-8, 3-3; St. Vincent 15-5, 7-0

High school softball

SCL

AT ANALY

Sonoma Valley                 000   120   0–3   10   0

Analy                                100   002    1-4    8    3

WP: Emily Dryer, LP: Jenna Ebert

SV: Jaya Garcia 2×3; Abby Alcayaga 2×4; Ally Alcayaga 2×4, 2B, RBI.

Analy: Dryer 2×3, 2B, RBI; Carson Rasmussen 2×3, 2B, RBI; Payton Corzs 3×4, 2B.

Record: Analy 12-9-1, 9-1

Notable: Gianna Bianchi’s single up-the-middle scored pinch-runner Gema Gonzalez with the walk-off run.

AT FORESTVILLE

Healdsburg      010   220  7–12   8   2

El Molino          150   220  0–10   7   4

WP:: Keely Bullock, LP: Erika Olson

Heald.: Bullock 2×2, 2 RBI; Siera Montenegro 2×4.

EM: Kristine Daniels 2×5

NBL

AT UKIAH

Maria Carrillo        600  000   0–6     6   1

Ukiah                    003   020   2–7   10   2 

WP: Becky Pedersen, LP: Lily Maksim

MC: Shaelyn Kidneigh 1×3, HR, 3 RBI; Dani Sorg 2×2, 2B, 2 RBI; Bethany DeVault 1×4, RBI.

Ukiah: Kennedy Lynch 2×3; Ali Dale 3×3, RBI; Kese McQuillen 1×4, HR, 2 RBI.

Record: Ukiah 11-9, 6-5

Notable: McQuillen’s walk-off home run in the seventh came on a 3-2 pitch with two outs and a runner on base. It cleared the fence in right center field.

High school girls lacrosse

NBL Tournament Final

AT WINDSOR

Cardinal Newman 11, Windsor 5

Windsor goals: Elka Piotter 4, Ashley McBride 1

CN goals: Caroline Olsen 2 (4 assists), Maddi Foster 2 (assist), Noel Clark 2 (assist).

Notable: Cardinal Newman is expected to be a high seed in the NCS Tournament, which begins Wednesday. Windsor will know its playoff situation on Sunday, when seedings are announced.