Santa Rosa Sports News

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

  • 52 min ago | via Times-Standard 

    NCS Playoffs: Crusaders lower boom on Eagles in 68-3...

    Rincon Valley could do little to stop St. Bernard's Makenna Schoenhofer who finished with a game-high 23 points. A rejuvenated and refocused St Bernard's High girls basketball team took the floor on Saturday night against Rincon Valley Christian and from the get-go, it was clear the Lady Crusaders were the superior squad.

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  • Tuesday Feb 24 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Apodaca, Meza pound ball in Trojansa 9-3 win

    Lower Lake Emma Diener takes the throw at second base to force a Piner runner and end a Prospectors threat in the top of the third inning on Tuesday in Lower Lake. Diener also had two hits in the Trojans' 9-3 win.

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  • Friday Feb 20 | via Ukiah Daily Journal 

    Wildcat boys finish season with a win

    The Ukiah Wildcats boys basketball teams finished out their season in two away games last week. On Wednesday, Feb. 11, the Wildcats battled in their second game of the week this time against the Maria Carrillo Pumas.

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  • Thursday Feb 19 | via Sonoma Index Tribune 

    Dragon boys eliminated by Elsie Allen

    Twice in the past five days the Sonoma Valley High School varsity basketball boys have faced the daunting challenge of playing recently crowned Sonoma County League champion Elsie Allen on its Santa Rosa home court and suffering the same fate in both games - slow-starting offense leading to harrowing deficits. After falling into a deep early hole on the road in last Friday's regular-season finale, with Elsie Allen clinching its first-ever outright league title in school history, the fourth-seeded Dragons were back in the same setting Wednesday night and, unfortunately, found themselves lagging on offense and lapsing on defense.

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  • Wednesday Feb 18 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Upper Lake boys drop one to Sonoma Academy

    UPPER LAKE >> The Upper Lake Cougars gave the Sonoma Academy Coyotes all they could want for 2½ quarters before falling 65-32 in a North Central League II varsity boys' basketball game on Wednesday night in Upper Lake. Upper Lake trailed just 25-20 at halftime.

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  • Wednesday Feb 18 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Upper Lake girls rally past Sonoma Academy

    UPPER LAKE >> The only howling emanating from the Upper Lake High School gym on Wednesday night was made by a bunch of happy Cougars. Despite trailing by as many as 10 points twice, including 10-0 to open the game, the Upper Lake High School varsity girls' basketball team overcame terrible passing at times and streaky shooting to hand the Sonoma Academy Coyotes of Santa Rosa their first North Central League II loss of the season, 49-44.

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  • Tuesday Feb 17 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Upper Lake girls register 20th victory

    UPPER LAKE >> Twenty wins is no longer a season goal for Upper Lake's varsity girls' basketball team. Following a 62-33 victory over Rincon Valley Christian on Tuesday night in Upper Lake, it's now a reality for the Cougars and coach Mike Smith.

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  • Monday Feb 16 | via Ukiah Daily Journal 

    Lady Wildcats finish regular season with a win

    The Ukiah Wildcats Girls' basketball teams finished out their season of league play on Thursday night. The lady 'cats celebrated their Winter Awards and Senior Night for their two graduating seniors, Rylie Loflin and Haylie Arnerich.

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  • Friday Feb 13 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Lady Cougars overwhelm a Cats for 19th victory

    All but eliminated from the North Central League II race on Tuesday in a 48-34 road loss against Roseland Prep in Santa Rosa, a game in which two Upper Lake starters were not available because they had received too many tardies at school, the Cougars rebounded on Friday with a solid 69-29 victory over the Calistoga Wildcats. Upper Lake is still mathematically alive in the league race, but the math doesn't favor the Cougars.

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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)