Santa Rosa Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Santa Rosa, CA

  • Saturday | via Ukiah Daily Journal 

    Lady Wildcats roar to easy win

    "This looks like The Ranch" I smiled, sitting down in the bleachers at the newly decked out gymnasium at Ukiahi last night. In front of me were about 7 girl basketball players warming up for the varsity contest at about 7:15 pm.

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  • Saturday | via RecordNET 

    Tour of California includes 18 top teams

    America's largest professional cycling race will include 18 international and domestic teams competing on a course that will cover nearly 700 miles over eight days from May 10-17. UCI Pro Teams, including Tinkoff-Saxo, whose sprinter, Peter Sagan, will try to add to his record 11 stage wins, Marcel Kittel of Team Giant-Alpecin, has won a sprint in all three Grand Tours, and Santa Rosa-based BMC Racing Team swept the overall race and team classification in 2013 and is ranked second worldwide.

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  • Thursday Jan 22 | via Sonoma Index Tribune 

    Lady Dragons pound Piner

    Playing back-to-back road games to start the week, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity basketball girls established their in-your-face pressure defense early, and along with a productive offense centered around high-scoring junior Jenny Eggers, added wins 14 and 15 to their overall record, which has just four losses. On Monday, the Lady Dragons edged Maria Carrillo 43-40 in a Martin Luther King Day nonleague matchup in Rincon Valley, before traveling to Santa Rosa Tuesday night and routing Sonoma County League foe Piner 59-25 to stay unbeaten in the SCL and alone in first place.

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  • Tuesday Jan 20 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Upper Lake, K'ville girls win big; M'town boys prevail

    CALISTOGA >> Calistoga's Wildcats were little more than a snack for Upper Lake's Cougars on Tuesday night during a North Central League II varsity girls' basketball game that got a bit heated in the second quarter at Calistoga. Upper Lake improved to 4-1 in the league standings and 14-3 overall behind solid outings from Natalie Karlsson , LaShaye Taylor and Jojo Augustine .

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  • Saturday Jan 17 | via Marin Independent Journal 

    Adjustment pays off for Piedmont High

    The Piedmont High School boys basketball team talked about just one offensive change at halftime of their game against Roseland University Prep-Santa Rosa at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial at Piedmont. It worked wonders, as the Highlanders broke open a close game with 20 points in both the third and fourth quarters for a 67-60 victory.

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  • Saturday Jan 17 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Lady Cougars bounce back with big win

    Upper Lake's LaShaye Taylor launches a shot in the first half Friday night against Roseland Prep in a North Central League II varsity girls' basketball game at Upper Lake. The host Cougars prevailed 70-39.

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  • Friday Jan 16 | via Ukiah Daily Journal 

    Ukiah roundballers suffer loss to big SR squad

    Cassidy Shutz, the gritty Ukiahi point guard reminds some of the Detroit Red Wings Ice Hockey legendary right winger, Gordie Howe. It was evidenced Tuesday night as Shutz in a close contest with the Santa Rosa Panthers threw a clean, but lethal body block into Kylie Aden in the Panthers' backcourt, rattling the blue padding and back board, in scrambling for the ball.

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  • Friday Jan 16 | via The Community Voice 

    Rancho girls cruise; boys remain winless

    Rancho Cotate High School is feeling a bittersweet mix of both pride and disappointment after the girls' and boys' basketball teams finished their contests last Friday. The Rancho Cotate girls' basketball team swept past the Holy Names Monarchs in last Friday's contest, delivering a crushing final score of 71-15 to improve its overall record to 6-6.

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  • Wednesday Jan 14 | via Contra Costa Times 

    Piedmont/Montclair Around The Horn: The Bishop O'Dow...

    The Bishop O'Dowd girls soccer team earned two shutout victories to start WACC play, beating San Lorenzo 14-0 on Jan. 7 and Piedmont 5-0 on Jan. 9. Against Piedmont, Reina Bonta assisted on goals by Stephanie Zuniga and Lily Gane in the first half and scored two goals in the second half as the Dragons extended their win streak to three games. Goalie Charlotte Slome made four saves as the Dragons shut out an opponent for the sixth time this season.

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  • Wednesday Jan 14 | via Contra Costa Times 

    Alameda Around The Horn: The Encinal High boys baske...

    The Encinal boys basketball team used a big fourth quarter to beat rival Alameda 44-37 on Jan. 9 in West Alameda County Conference play. With the game tied going into the final eight minutes, Encinal outscored Alameda 19-12 to earn its fourth win in five games.

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  • Wednesday Jan 14 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Augustine's 19 points not enough for Cougars

    SANTA ROSA >> Sonoma Academy's press defense sparked a 14-0 run in the second quarter and the Coyotes rallied to beat the Upper Lake Cougars 66-54 in a key North Central League II varsity girls' basketball contest on Tuesday night in Santa Rosa. Upper Lake held a 12-point lead midway through the second quarter when guard Natalie Karlsson picked up her third foul and left the game.

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  • Tuesday Jan 13 | via Ukiah Daily Journal 

    Wildcat boys wear-in new gym against Montgomery

    The Ukiah High School gymnasium is open once again, just in time for the Wildcats 2014-15 North Bay League season. On Friday night, the whole of the boys basketball program got their first chance to break in the new court against visiting teams.

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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)