Santa Rosa Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Santa Rosa, CA
  • Thursday | via Sonoma Index Tribune 

    Sonoma claim-jumps Prospectors

    Putting their rough preseason behind them, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity baseball boys found their groove at just the right time by starting the Sonoma County League season with four straight victories to stand unbeaten and alone atop the standings. Following a week in which they posted back-to-back upset wins over defending champion Analy and longtime rival Petaluma, the Dragons turned in another productive SCL outing that included a 10-hit attack, and another rock-solid pitching effort by junior Max Yankovich, to defeat Piner 6-2 Tuesday afternoon in Santa Rosa.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via Inside Bay Area 

    Diablo Valley College softball has big turnaround

    The Diablo Valley College softball team is enjoying a serious turnaround season under new head coach Dennis Luquet, a former 16-year baseball coach at Deer Valley High. Last season, when Luquet was an assistant coach, the Vikings finished 11-25 overall and 3-18 in the Big 8 Conference.


  • Monday Apr 13 | via Ukiah Daily Journal 

    Big Ukiah High track unveiling, April 15

    Most high school p.e. students have seen it, soccer and football athletes have passed by it, teachers and administrators and board members may have glanced at it, skaters and bicyclists have probably wheeled past it, dog walkers have sniffed it, and school kids have bounced on it. A recently blighted area at Ukiah High School has been upgraded to a world class all-weather venue; the “yet to be named” track and field will be run and jumped on and thrown on Wednesday afternoon beginning at 3 p.m.; that's April 15, 2015 as the Maria Carrillo Pumas visit the Ukiah High Wildcats.


  • Monday Apr 13 | via Ukiah Daily Journal 

    Back to back wins for Lady Wildcats

    In a rare week for local girls' softball competition, the Ukiahi ladyCats laid the lumber to two NBL opponents, trouncing Cardinal Newman 8-3 on Monday and Casa Grande on Friday 8-2. The banner week improved Ukiah's record to 3-1 in league play and 9-4 overall.


  • Thursday Apr 9 | via The Community Voice 

    Dignitaries, overflow crowd files into Cotati depot ...

    Just about every elected official representing any part of a municipality where the Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit system will serve was in Cotati on Tuesday to welcome the first set of SMART train cars. This rail system has been nearly two decades in the making.


  • Monday Apr 6 | via Sonoma Index Tribune 

    Meyn perfect against Elsie Allen

    With junior right-handed ace Maclean Meyn delivering a masterful mound performance supported by a productive offense, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity baseball boys got their Sonoma County League season off to a noteworthy start in front of an appreciating crowd Friday night at Arnold Field. In total command from the first to the last pitch he threw, Meyn mesmerized the Elsie Allen batters with precision and power that resulted in a no-hit, perfect game effort over five innings as the Dragons scored early and often enough for a 10-run rule, 10-0 SCL-opening victory.


  • Friday Apr 3 | via Ukiah Daily Journal 

    Ukiah Wildcats shutdown the Vikings

    On Wednesday night, the Ukiah boys varsity baseball team hosted the Montgomery Vikings at Anton Stadium in what would be the Wildcats second victory in the North bay League season and one of the best showings of the varsity boys season so far. The Wildcat took a complete shutout victory over the Vikings, with a final score of 11-0.


Santa Rosa High Schools

Career Academy At Piner-Olivet (2590 Piner Road)
Elsie Allen High (599 Bellevue Avenue)
Grace High (1700 Fulton Road)
Maria Carrillo High (6975 Montecito Boulevard)
Mesa High (1235 Mendocino Avenue)