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The No. 8 Healdsburg Greyhounds easily downed No. 9 Kelseyville in a North Coast Section Division 4 opening-round basketball game on Wednesday night. The 50-25 victory earns Healdsburg the right to play the defending state Division 4 champions and No. 1 seed,...

NCS basketball roundup: Healdsburg boys to face state champs

The No. 8 Healdsburg Greyhounds easily downed No. 9 Kelseyville in a North Coast Section Division 4 opening-round basketball game on Wednesday night. The 50-25 victory earns Healdsburg the right to play the defending state Division 4 champions and No. 1 seed,...

NCS basketball roundup: Healdsburg boys to face state champs

The No. 8 Healdsburg Greyhounds easily downed No. 9 Kelseyville in a North Coast Section Division 4 opening-round basketball game on Wednesday night. The 50-25 victory earns Healdsburg the right to play the defending state Division 4 champions and No. 1 seed, St. Joseph Notre Dame.

“We will be heavy underdogs against St. Joseph. They are the state champs and we are just a little town out in wine country,” Healdsburg coach Yasha Mokaram said. “I told our guys in the locker room after tonight’s game that we need to go shock the world on Saturday night (game time 8 p.m.). We are excited about the opportunity.”

Against Kelsyville (22-6), Healdsburg (19-7) got big contributions from Trey Chapman (19 points, 10 rebounds) and Landon Courtman (12 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists).

“We were just really well prepared tonight. We worked the ball inside to take advantage of our height advantage,” Mokaram said. “We crashed the boards hard, especially Trey.”

Healdsburg led 16-0 after the first quarter and 28-9 at halftime.

On offense, “Kelseyville just couldn’t get anything going,” Mokaram said. “Our defense was pretty solid.”

The Knights were led by Logan Barrick with 8 points.

RINCON VALLEY CHRISTIAN 58, SUMMERFIELD WALDORF 44

The No. 4 Eagles (15-11) vanquished the visiting No. 13 Mustangs (15-10) in convincing fashion to advance to the Division 6 quarterfinals Saturday night at RVC against No. 5 Point Arena.

Against Summerfield, the Eagles were led by Charlie Segale with 24 points and a spectacular 3-point bucket from half court to beat the buzzer at the end of the third quarter and give RVC the momentum going into the fourth quarter.

“It never hurts,” RVC coach Ted Nelson said of hitting a longshot to end a quarter. “The guys were jacked up.”

Summerfield was led by Stav Redlich with 19 points.

The Mustangs led 16-12 after the first quarter but were outscored 17-6 in the second quarter.

“We were a little scattered to begin the game but once we calmed down we started moving the ball better and taking advantage of some mismatches,” Nelson said. “The tide swung on the defensive end.”

The Mustangs were unable to respond with a rally in the second half to overtake the Eagles.

“Hand it to RVC; they executed,” Summerfield coach Mike Carroll said. “They countered what we were trying to do. They rebounded well. I was really impressed with how they played.”

URBAN 68, SONOMA ACADEMY 38

The host No. 7 Coyotes were stunned by the No. 10 Blues in a first-round Division 5 game. Sonoma Academy (20-5) trailed 13-12 after the first quarter but gave up a whopping 27 points in the second quarter to trail 40-24 at halftime. The Coyotes never recovered.

“The second quarter killed us. Urban (San Francisco) shot really well from the 3-point line,” Sonoma Academy coach Luc Martin said. “We struggled offensively. Urban played a really close up-tight, man-to-man coverage.”

Sonoma Academy was led by Evan Lampson with 19 points.

Urban (12-16), out of San Francisco, was led by Leo Krinsky with 16 points.

It was an unfitting ending for an otherwise successful season for the Sonoma Academy team, which won the first NCL II boys basketball title in the school’s history.

“To lose by 30 points is disappointing. It is a sour loss to end the season at home,” Martin said. “It’s been a great year for us. The program has turned a corner.”

NCS BASKETBALL SCORES

BOYS
First round
Wednesday’s results

DIVISION 4
(8) Healdsburg 50,
(9) Kelseyville 25
(3) Marin Catholic 71,
(14) Fort Bragg 55

DIVISION 5
(1) Cloverdale 55,
(16) St. Vincent 53
(10) Urban 68,
(7) Sonoma Academy 38
(12) Clear Lake 63,
(5) Berean Christian 55
(4) Bentley 77, (13) St. Helena 31

DIVISION 6
(1) Rio Lindo Adventist 66,
(16) Patten Academy 16
(3) Laytonville 85,
(14) Archbishop Hanna 61
(4) Rincon Valley Christian 58,
(13) Summerfield Waldorf 44
(5) Point Arena 72,
(12) Cornerstone Christian 68
(6) Mendocino 84,
(11) Contra Costa Christian 73
(7) Anderson Valley 65,
(10) Round Valley 47

Friday’s games
(seedings in parentheses)

DIVISION 2
(3) Cardinal Newman) vs.
(6) Tamalpais, 7 p.m.
(7) Montgomery at
(2) Las Lomas, 7 p.m.

DIVISION 3
(3) Analy vs.
(6) Miramonte, 7 p.m.
Saturday’s games
(seedings in parentheses)

DIVISION 4
(1) St. Joseph Notre Dame vs.
(8) Healdsburg, 8 p.m.

DIVISION 5
(1) Cloverdale vs.
(8) Redwood Christian, 7 p.m.
(4) Bentley vs.
(12) Clear Lake, 7 p.m.

DIVISION 6
(1) Rio Lindo Adventist vs.
(8) St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.
(2) Calif. School for the Deaf vs.
(7) Anderson Valley, 7 p.m.
(3) Laytonville vs.
(6) Mendocino, 7 p.m.
(4) Rincon Valley Christian vs.
(5) Point Arena, 6:30 p.m.

GIRLS

First round
Wednesday’s results

DIVISION 4
(7) Kelseyville vs. (10) Fortuna, late
(5) Marin Catholic 76,
(12) Lower Lake 65
(4) St. Patrick-St. Vincent 67,
(13) Willits 33
(3) Arcata 71, (14) Healdsburg 37

DIVISION 5
(6) Sonoma Academy 52,
(11) Oakland Military 36
(8) Clear Lake 61,
(9) Holy Names 28
(10) Cloverdale 75,
(7) Marin Academy 63
(16) Upper Lake 58,
(1) Convent of Sacred Heart 56

DIVISION 6
(1) Rincon Valley Christian 59,
(16) Patten Academy 37
(2) Mendocino 55,
(15) Pescadero 24
(7) Round Valley 55,
(10) Calistoga 30
(9) Tomales 46,
(8) Summerfield Waldorf 38
(11) Anderson Valley 47,
(6) Drew 42
(13) Laytonville 54,
(4) Ferndale 51

Friday’s games
(seedings in parentheses)

DIVISION 2
(2) Montgomery vs.
(10) Livermore, 7 p.m.
DIVISION 3
(8) Sonoma Valley at
(1) Bishop O’Dowd, 6 p.m.
Saturday’s games
(seedings in parentheses)

DIVISION 4
(1) Cardinal Newman vs.
(9) Del Norte, 5:30 p.m.

DIVISION 5
(2) St. Bernard’s vs.
(10) Cloverdale, 7 p.m.
(8) Clear Lake vs.
(16) Upper Lake, 7 p.m.
TBD: Sonoma Academy game

DIVISION 6
(1) Rincon Valley Christian vs.
(9) Tomales, 8 p.m.
(2) Mendocino vs.
(7) Round Valley, 7 p.m.
(3) Emery vs.
(11) Anderson Valley, 7 p.m.
(12) El Sobrante Christian vs.
(13) Laytonville, 6:30 p.m.

For complete schedules, see www.cifncs.org

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