Santa Rosa Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Santa Rosa, CA
  • Saturday Mar 21 | via Los Angeles Times 

    Lonzo Ball powers Chino Hills past Corona Centennial...

    Championship games help define the legacies of great players, and Lonzo Ball of Chino Hills High created the kind of lasting memory Saturday night that will be hard to forget. The 6-foot-6 junior guard had 26 points, 15 rebounds, five assists and eight steals as Chino Hills knocked off No.

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  • Friday Mar 20 | via Ukiah Daily Journal 

    Lady Wildcats send Montgomery packing

    The Ukiah Wildcats girls' varsity softball team hosted their first home game in North Bay League play on Thursday, against the Viking girls of Montgomery High School. The Wildcat varsity girls took the win for the day on a mercy call in the bottom of the sixth inning, with a final score of 15-5.

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  • Tuesday Mar 17 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Barrick, Lyndall star in Ka ville 2-0 victory

    FORESTVILLE >> It's a good thing Logan Barrick didn't need a lot of offensive support on Tuesday as the Kelseyville Knights slipped past the Elsie Allen Lobos 2-0 in the opening round of the El Molino Tournament in Forestville. Barrick, a sophomore, allowed just two hits, retired 12 straight and 15 of 16 during one stretch, struck out six and walked only one as the Knights improved to 4-4 on the season.

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  • Tuesday Mar 17 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Cards beat El Molino, Pickle wins 399th game

    Clear Lake second baseman Emily Psalmonds puts away a popup for the first out in the top of the fourth inning Tuesday afteroon in Lakeport. LAKEPORT >> Rachel Wingler struck out the first five batters she faced and the Clear Lake Cardinals backed her with 10 hits at the plate and no errors in the field on a warm Tuesday afternoon in Lakeport.

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  • Monday Mar 16 | via Sonoma Index Tribune 

    Sonoma girls stun, boys swept

    Sure they're young, and it's still early in the season, but Sonoma Valley High School's varsity softball girls are showing signs of midseason form while handling a busy nonleague schedule and turning in some energetic, well-played efforts. After dropping a heartbreaking 1-0 decision to perennial power Casa Grande, then overwhelming Richmond 19-0, the Lady Dragons delivered an impressive performance in soundly defeating defending North Bay League champion Maria Carrillo 11-3 last Thursday at the high school field.

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  • Saturday Mar 14 | via Chico Enterprise-Record 

    NorCal basketball: Sacred Heart Prep boys unable to ...

    By Ray HackeATHERTON -- Sacred Heart Prep s boys basketball team let a 12-point, fourth-quarter lead turn into a 12-point loss Saturday night, falling to visiting St. Mary s of Berkeley 64-52 in a CIF NorCal Division IV quarterfinal.Up 50-38 after senior Mitch Martella scored off a feed from junior guard Mason Randall with 6:51 remaining, the Gators managed just one field goal the rest of the way.St. Mary s outscored Sacred Heart 26-3 in the final 6:32, including a 16-0 in the final 3:33.

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  • Saturday Mar 14 | via Inside Bay Area 

    NorCal boys basketball: Mitty advances to semifinals

    Archbishop Mitty advanced to the semifinals of the Northern California Division II regionals Saturday night, beating Las Lomas 80-63. Trailing by 26 points in the third quarter, the Knights went on a run that sliced Mitty's lead to 64-56 with 4:32 to play.

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  • Friday Mar 13 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Ma town teams win in softball, baseball, tennis

    MIDDLETOWN >> Despite allowing a two-run home run to St. Vincent's Alexis Torres in the top of the first inning, Middletown High School pitcher Renee Edwards settled down to lead the Mustangs to a 4-2 non-league softball victory over the Petaluma team on Friday afternoon in Middletown. “Someone told me that's the first time we've beaten them in like 15 years,” Middletown coach Barry Glosser said.

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  • Thursday Mar 12 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Wingler, Atkins power Clear Lake rout

    SANTA ROSA >> Coming off their worst game of the season, the Clear Lake Cardinals answered with their best game, pounding the Piner Prospectors 16-0 in a five-inning non-league softball game at Santa Rosa. Clear Lake dropped a 13-3 decision in six innings to Ukiah on Tuesday in Ukiah, the worst loss for the Cardinals in six years.

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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)