Santa Rosa Sports News
Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Santa Rosa, CA
4 hrs ago | via Advocate-News
The annual event is the Fort Bragg wrestling program's only fundraiser, so it is a good chance to support Wolves wrestling , and see top talent from across Northern California. High school wrestling teams compete regardless of school size, so Sonoma County's Santa Rosa, Cardinal Newman, Elsie Allen, Piner, El Molino, and Montgomery High schools will participate this weekend, as well as Ukiah, Eureka, Arcata and Willits. Comment?
Monday | via Lake County Record-Bee
HEALDSBURG >> Though an official winner was not declared in the storm delayed Redwood Empire Invitational Basketball Tournament because some teams were limited to only two games instead of three, Middletown High School coach Anthony Bazzano said his Mustangs deserve serious consideration for that honor after going 3-0. "We beat a couple of high quality opponents and a team out of our own league," Bazzano said after the Mustangs beat Willits 59-31 and Maria Carrillo 37-32 on Saturday in Healdsburg. Comment?
Monday Dec 8 | via Lake County Record-Bee
MIDDLETOWN >> Abby Aden's double-double of 15 points and 10 rebounds led Middletown to a 58-28 non-league win over Winters in varsity girls' basketball action on Monday night in Middletown. Middletown's performance was in sharp contrast to a 46-34 loss to San Rafael on Saturday in the third-place game at the Maria Carrillo Tournament in Santa Rosa, a game in which the Mustangs trailed 24-9 at halftime and played catch-up the rest of the way, getting as close as eight points down the stretch. Comment?
Friday Dec 5 | via Lake County Record-Bee
Kelseyville's Brandon Huber launches a shot from near the free-throw line in a 55-49 loss to Sonoma Valley on Friday night in the winner's semifinal round of the Stokes Invitational at Kelseyville. KELSEYVILLE >> A sluggish start proved costly as the Kelseyville Knights fell 55-49 to Sonoma Valley in the varsity boys' bracket of the 43rd annual Stokes Invitational on Friday night in Kelseyivlle. Comment?
Friday Dec 5 | via The Community Voice
A North Coast Section Div. III championship wasn't in the cards for Rancho Cotate High's football team this year, but it was a solid season for the Cougars nonetheless. Comment?
Thursday Dec 4 | via Inside Bay Area
Castilleja-Palo Alto 51, Christopher-Gilroy 45: The Gators opened their season, getting 18 points from Vermeer and 13 from Tarr. Castilleja led 11-5 after one period and 28-17 at halftime. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 3 | via Marin Independent Journal
PETALUMA >> It was an early-season, non-league game that had a playoff feel with a thrilling result to match. San Marin High's boys basketball team had a road opener to remember on Tuesday night, holding on for a 59-57 overtime win at Casa Grande. Comment?
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