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March 14, 2019
In the first round of playoffs, Napa Valley Physical Therapy Center edged RE Maher Construction, 43-41, in an overtime thriller led by William Chaidez with thirteen rebounds, eleven points, and four steals. Gary Yates added thirteen points for PTC, Jacob Aaron nine points, seven boards, and two steals, Wyatt Chaidez ten rebounds, Gavin Rabanal six points and three steals, Alec Umutyan five boards, and Doug Bozzini two steals. Lucas Bezmarevich paced REM with fourteen points, nine rebounds, and three steals, Christian Smith had twelve points, seven rebounds, and two steals,Ruben Pino twelve points, five boards, and three steals, RJ Campbell six steals, and Andre Nave three points.

Long Electric downed Napa Valley Orthopedics, 66-37, getting twenty-one points, twenty-three rebounds, and three blocked shots from Louie Canepa. Jacob Gualberto

March 9, 2019
Finn Glascott scored eighteen points and grabbed six rebounds to lead Rotary back from a nine point deficit to a 51-41 victory over the Sharks in the championship game of the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade division. Rotary, coached by Debbie Bird, also got twelve points and eleven rebounds from John Moss, ten points and five boards from Eli Dion, three points and two steals by Jack Dinsmore, five rebounds from William Hiserman, and two points apiece from Calvin Bird, Ryan Decius, and Hiserman. The Sharks, coached by Marco Caro, were paced by Matthew Shane with ten points, Sam Brovelli nine points, Louis O'Brien eight points, Nathaniel Allen five points, five rebounds, and three steals, and Cesar Carci and Ezequiel Caro with five boards each.

March 6, 2019
John Moss grabbed sixteen rebounds and scored thirteen points to lead Rotary past Napa Valley Jewelers, 41-38, and advance to the championship game at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 8. Abraham Cortes added twelve points, ten boards, and two steals for Rotary, Calvin Bird ten rebounds and four steals, Finn Glascott six boards and five points, Ryan Decius four points, and Eli Dion three points. Quincy Parker posted thirteen points and nine rebounds for Jewelers, Rudy Reyes twelve points, Pedro Infante nine boards and four points, Carlos Chavez eight rebounds, Cody Jones six rebounds and four points, and Noah Parker three points and two steals.

The Sharks edged defending champions Nielson Construction, 46-43, to reach the final, getting thirteen points from Cris Soto,ten points and five boards by Sam Brovelli, nine rebounds and six points from Louis O'Brien, Matthew Shane's seven points, Nathaniel Allen's six boards and three points, Trevor Ellena's three blocked shots and six rebounds, three points from Aidan Phillips, and two steals apiece by Ezequiel Caro and Cesar Garcia. Nathan Daniel put up eleven rebounds and seven points for Nielson, Justin Yates thirteen boards and four points, Jimmy Whitt and Garet Yates seven points each, Troy Ghisletta five points and four steals, Michael Wyckoff six points and two steals, Jacob Bittner three points and two steals, and Luke Leachman two steals.

February 27, 2019
Napa Deputy Sheriffs Assn. downed Napa Police Officers Assn. 58-33 to eliminate them from the playoffs. Manuel Avila had fourteen points and seven rebounds for Sheriffs, Myles Norris eight points, seven rebounds, and three steals, Jerick Castro twelve points, Gurkirat Sandhu seven points and eight boards, Caleb Vallejo twelve rebounds, Ethan Main nine points and two rebounds, and Julian Silverthorne eight points. Sean Pratt posted ten points and three steals for Police, Beau Miller eight points, Harrison Barrett five rebounds and four points, Jack Troendly and Teagan DeGarmo four points apiece, Cutler Low three points, and Jayge Campbell five boards.

Nielson Construction edged Napa Valley Jewelers in a 55-52 thriller as Jimmy Whitt made fourteen points and four steals. Jacob Bittner had eleven points and two steals for Nielson, Troy Ghisletta added ten points and two steals Michael Wyckoff eight points and five steals, Nathan Daniel thirteen rebounds and five points, Tyler Ghisletta five points, and Justin Yates five boards and two blocked shots. Rudy Reyes posted fifteen points, seven rebounds, and two steals for Jewelers, Quincy Parker thirteen points and five boards, Noah Parker eleven points and two steals, Dillon Mouton seven points and three steals, Carlos Chaves eight boards, and Pedro Infante six rebounds and two blocks.

Louis O'Brien got twelve points, five rebounds, nd three steals to spark the Sharks to a 46-36 upset of Napa Firefighters Assn. Matthew Shane had twelve points for Sharks, Nathaniel Allen eight points and seven boards, Aidan Phillips six points, Cris Soto five rebounds, Ezequiel Caro three points, and Angelo Viran two steals. Blake Hoban put up eleven points and two steals for Firefighters, Grant Koehler eight rebounds, five points, and two steals, Marcus Nunes six points, Matthew Commander and Eduardo Barajas six boards and two steals apiece, and George Bolen five points and two steals.

Rotary advance with a 39-28 elimination victory over Sunrise Rotary, getting eleven points and six rebounds from John Moss, twelve points by Abraham Cortes, Finn Glascott's ten boards and four points, four points from Jack Dinsmore, Calvin Bird's five rebounds, and Eli Dion's three points. Cruz Morales paced Sunrise with eleven points, Kalani Posey added eight points and five rebounds, Quentin Cordle netted four points, Josh Marshall and Gavin Zimmerman three points each, and Jordan Firth-Lopez grabbed five boards.

February 24, 2019
Napa Firefighters Assn. came from behind in the second half to eliminate McDonalds from the playoffs, 42-30, paced by Grant Koehler's fourteen points, thirteen rebounds, and five steals. Matthew Commander added ten points, eight boards, and two steals for Firefighters, Blake Hoban nine points, six rebounds, and three steals, George Bolen six points and three steals, and Marcus Nunes eight boards. Lucas Brandon posted nineteen rebounds, six points, and two steals to lead McDonalds, Matt Helms had eight points and three steals, Jacks Madigan seven points, Eric Cosca four points, and Austin Michie three points.

Fazerrati's Pizza edged Anette's Chocolates, 36-32, getting fourteen points and twelve rebounds from Tyson Tanksley, eleven rebounds and nine points by Gabe Wilson, seven points and three steals from Isaac Rojas, seven rebounds and four points by Toby Montoya, and Tyler Cabrera's five boards. Zach Keller had eleven boards, six points, and two steals for Anette's, Andrew Christian twelve points, Eli Souza seven points, Kyle Miller five points and five boards, Joey Varela four steals, and Antonio Fernandez two steals.

Nielson Construction downed R&S Glazing, 48-36, behind Nathan Daniel's twenty-three rebounds, fourteen points, five blocked shots, and two steals. Jimmy Whitt got thirteen points, seven boards, and six steals for Nielson, Michael Wyckoff twelve points and three steals, Justin Yates eleven rebounds, Tyler Ghisletta five boards and four points, and Garet Yates four points. Seth Ponciano had seven points, five rebounds, and three steals for R&S, Yovani Gonzalez nine rebounds and seven points, Juan Castro thirteen boards and three steals, Angel Ochoa seven points and five steals, Casey Peck eight points, and Ben Marin five boards and three points.

Rudy Reyes put up twenty-six points and sixteen rebounds to lead Napa Valley Jewelers to a thrilling 47-46 win over Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn. Quincy Parker got eight points and five boards for Jewelers, Dillon Mouton nine points and three steals, Pedro Infante, Ruben Garcia, and Carlos Chavez seven rebounds apiece, and Noah Parker three points. Gurkirat Sandhu posted thirteen boards, seven points, two blocks, and two steals for Sheriffs, Jerick Castro sixteen points, Julian Silverthorne nine points, Myles Norris nine rebounds, five points, and two blocked shots, Antonio Perez seven boards and three points, Caleb Vallejo nine rebounds, and Manuel Avila and Emari Dunn five boards apiece.

The Sharks defeated Sunrise Rotary, 46-33, with Sam Brovelli getting thirteen points, Chris Soto twelve rebounds and seven points, Matthew Shane ten points and three steals, Nathaniel Allen seven points and seven boards, Louis O'Brien seven rebounds, Trevor Ellena five boards and two blocked shots, and Dylan Maybel five points. Cruz Morales scored fifteen points for Sunrise, Joel Calderon had seven rebounds and eight points, Jordan Fourth Lopez and Gavin Zimmerman nine boards and two steals each, Quentin Cordle six rebounds, four points, and two blocks, and Josh Marshall three points.

Rotary posted a 58-27 victory over Napa Police Officers Assn. as Abraham Cortes put up seventeen points and six rebounds, Jack Dinsmore sixteen points and seven boards, John Moss fourteen rebounds, eight points, and three steals, Finn Glascott seven points, Calvin Bird five points, and Eli Dion three points and two steals. Dylan Payne netted eight points for Police, Jayge Campbell had five points and five rebounds, Harrison Barrett six boards, Teagan DeGarmo five points, Beau Miller four points, and Colby Baumbach three points.

Napa Firefighters Assn. rallied late for a 41-22 elimination win over Fazerrati's Pizza, as Matthew Commander scored fifteen points, Blake Hoban had twelve points and two steals, Grant Koehler seven rebounds and six points, Eduardo Barajas six points, and Matt Heun five boards and two steals.Toby Montoya led FAZ with eleven points and two steals, Tyson Tanksley and Isaac Rojas each had five rebounds and two steals, Gabe Wilson six boards, and Tyler Cabrera five points.

February 10, 2019
In the first round of playoffs, Napa Valley Jewelers took a 55-36 decision over R&S Glazing, as Quincy Parker had seven teen points and seven rebounds, Dillon Mouton fourteen points, Rudy Reyes twelve rebounds and nine points, Pedro Infante and Noah Parker both with seven boards and six points, and Ruben Garcia eight rebounds and three points. Chris DelPorto scored thirteen points for R&S, Angel Ochoa added nine points and two steals, Bailey Lorenzen eight boards and four points, Yovani Gonzalez six rebounds, Ben Martin four points and three steals, and Seth Ponciano two steals.

The Sharks edged Anette's Chocolates, 43-41, led by Angelo Viran scoring thirteen points, Louis O'Biten adding tenpoints, five rebounds, and two steals, Nathaniel Allen seven points, five boards, and two steals, Trevor Ellena six rebounds, three points, and two blocked shots, Cris Soto four points, Dylan Maybel three points, and Ezequiel Caro three steals. Antonio Fernandez had eleven points and two steals for Anette's, Zach Keller got twelve rebounds and five points, Kyle Miller seven points, Julian Gonzalez six boards and five points, Kyle Walston five points and two steals, Eli Souza seven rebounds and three points, Adrew Christian four steals and three points, and Joey Varela two steals.

Nielson Construction dealt short-handed Napa Firefighters Assn. their first loss of the season, 43-26, paced by Jimmy Whitt with thirteen points, Ethan Daniel seven rebounds, Jacob Bittner eight points, Troy Chisletta seven boards and three points, Michael Wyckoff three points, and four points apiece from Luke Leachman and Tyler Ghisletta. George Bolen put up nine points, seven rebounds, and five steals for Firefighters, Matthew Heun and Marcus Nunes each scored six points, and Blake Hoban chipped in five boards and three points.

Myles Norris posted sixteen points, seven rebounds, and two steals and Gurkirat Sandhu had ten points and eight boards to lead Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn. to a thrilling 52-48 win over Rotary. Sheriffs also got six points and two steals from Ethan Main, six points apiece from Jerick Castro and Antonio Perez, and five rebounds by Manuel Avila. Calvin Bird put up eight points, eight rebounds, and eight steals for Rotary, John Moss twelve points, Eli Dion nine points and three steals, Finn Glascott seven points, Abraham Cortes seven boards and two blocked shots, and Carson Becker and Ryan Decius five points each.

Sunrise Rotary withstood a late comeback by Fazerrati's Pizza to get a 46-42 win, with Tyler Smith getting sixteen points and five rebounds, Quentin Cordle Quentin Cordle fifteen boards and nine points, Cruz Morales ten points, Kalani Posey seven points and five rebounds, Gavin Zimmerman six boars, and three steals apiece by Jordan Fourth-Lopez and Joseph Holland. Tyson Tanksley paced FAZ with seventeen points and seven rebounds, Gabe Wilson had thirteen points and seven boards, Isaac Rojas eight rebounds and six points, and Toby Montoya six points.

Napa Police Officers Assn. downed McDonalds, 40-29, as Harrison Barrett put up eleven rebounds, three points, and three steals, Cutler Low ten points, Dylan Payne and George eight points each, Beau Miller seven points, and Colby Baumbach five boards. Matt Helms had nine points and three steals for McDonalds, Erik Cosca six points, Nick Raymond five points, Austin Michie five boards and two steals, Jacks Madigan three points and three steals, and Jeremy Tsujihara three steals.

February 2, 2019
Nielson Construction downed R&S Glazing, 66-27, as Jimmy Whitt posted fifteen points and seven rebounds, Michael Wyckoff sixteen points, Nathan Daniel sixteen boards, four points, and two blocked shots, Luke Leachman eight points and two steals, Jacob Bittner six points and three steals, Garet Yates eleven rebounds and four points, Tyler Ghisletta six points and six boards, Justin Yates six rebounds and three points, and Troy Ghisletta four points. Seth Ponciano led R&S with nine points and three steals, Bailey Lorenzen had eleven rebounds and three steals, Yovani Gonzalez got nine boards and five points, Angel Ochoa five points and five boards, and Qwen Rodriquez scored six points.

Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn. defeated Sunrise Rotary, 38-31, behind Ethan Main's ten points and three steals, Myles Norris' twelve rebounds and five points, nine points by Manuel Avila, seven rebounds, four points, and three steals by Gurkirt Sandhu, five boards and five points from Julian Silverthorne, and three points and two steals by Antonio Perez. Cruz Morales put up fifteen points and four steals for Sunrise, Kalani Posey got ten points, six rebounds, three steals, and two blocked shots, Josh Marshall ten boards and three points, Jordan Fourth-Lopez ten rebounds and six steals, and Joel Calderon three points and two steals.

Tyson Tanksley's twenty-seven points and eleven rebounds led Fazerrati's Pizza to a 52-40 win over Napa Police Officers Assn., Gabe Wilson adding ten points, ten rebounds, and five steals, Isaac Rojas eleven boards and four steals, Tyler Cabrera seven points, Carlos. Carru and Lee Cass three points each, and Toby Montoya two steals. Sean Pratt scored eleven points for Police, Harrison Barrett had six rebounds and five points, George Laird seven boards and four points, Cutler Low and Jack Troendly four points and two steals apiece, Beau Miller six rebounds and three steals, and Dylan Payne four points.

Rotary pulled away from the Sharks in the fourth quarter to get a 43-37 victory paced by Calvin Bird's fourteen points, thirteen rebounds, and two steals. John Moss got thirteen boards, seven points, and five steals for Rotary, Eli Dion made ten points and two steals, Carson Becker seven points, and William Hiserman three points. Angelo Viran scored nine points for Sharks, Matthew Shane got eight points, Cris Soto six rebounds, five points and two steals, Louis O'Brien seven points and three steals, Sam Broovelli five boards, three points, and two steals, Trevor Ellena six rebounds, and Ezequiel Caro four points and two steals.

Rudy Reyes hit six 3-pointers to go with twenty-one points, six rebounds, and two steals to lead Napa Valley Jewelers to a 52-42 win over Anette's Chocolates, with Noah Parker adding fourteen points and five boards, Ruben Garcia nine points, Dillon Mouton five points, and Pedro Infante six boards and three points. Zach Keller had eleven rebounds, three points, and two blocked shots for Anette's, Kyle Walston nine points, Andrew Christian and Dayne Contreras seven points and six boards apiece, Eli Souza seven points, Antonio Fernandez six points, and Roberto Rico six rebounds.

NapA Firefighters Assn. withstood a late charge to edge McDonalds, 41-39, with George Bolen getting thirteen points, six rebounds, and three steals, Blake Hoban nine points and five steals, Marcus Nunes nine points and four steals, Grant Koehler seven rebounds and six points, and Eduardo Barajas and Matthew Heun making two steals each.
Jacks Madigan got fourteen points and two steals for McDonalds, Austin Michie thirteen points, Lucas Brandon eleven rebounds, Elliot Suhr four points, and Jeremy Tsuhihara and Trent Maher two steals apiece.

January 26, 2019
Finn Glascott scored ten points and grabbed six rebounds leading Rotary to a 37-30 decision over Nielson Construction. Abraham Cortes added seven points, five boards, and three steals for Rotary, Eli Dion five points and two steals, John Moss eight rebounds and four points, Carson Becker four points, Ryan Decius three points, and Calvin Bird seven boards, four points, and four steals. Jacob Bittner made nine points and two steals for Nielson, Nathan Daniel had ten rebounds and four points, Garet Yates seven points and two steals, Justin Yates ten rebounds and four points, and Michael Wycoff six boards, four points and three steals.

Tyson Tanksley had eighteen points and eight rebounds to spark Fazerrati's Pizza to a 44-41 win over R&S Glazing, with Toby Montoya adding six points, seven boards, and five steals, Josh Yokoi seven rebiybdsm six points, and three steals, Gabe Wilson five points and two steals, Isaac Rojas eight rebounds, Tyler Cabrera four points, and Lee Cass three points. R&S got thirteen points and seven rebounds from Chris DelPorto, six points and five boards by Angel Ochoa, six points and three steals from Jonathan Basalt, three points and six boards by Yovani Gonzalez, and three points apiece from Benjamin Martin and Juan Castro.

Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn. edged Anette's Chocolates, 38-36, as Gurkirat Sandhu provided ten points and ten rebounds, Julian Silverthorne twelve points, Myles Norris and Caleb Vallejo six boards and two steals apiece, Manuel Avila six points and three steals, Jerick Castro four points, Ethan Main three points, and two steals each by Emari Dunn and Antonio Perez. Antonio Fernandez posted eight points and five rebounds for Anette's, Zach Keller seven boards, five points, and four steals, Eli Souza seven points, Dayne Contreras four points, and three points from Joey Varela and Andrew Christian.

Napa Firefighters Assn. remained unbeaten with a 51-34 win over Napa Valley Jewelers, led by Matthew Commander's thirteen points, five rebounds and three steals and George Bolen's twelve points, five steals, and five boards. Grant Koehler added six points, seven rebounds, and three steals for Firefighters, Matthew Heun made six points and two steals, and Blake Hoban scored five points. Rudy Reyes paced Jewelers with fourteen rebounds and eight points, Carlos Chavez had eight points, Pedro Infante six points and five boards, Dillon Mouton five points, Noah Parker five rebounds, Cody Jones three points, and Christian Hernandez two steals.

Samuel Brovelli scored five of his seven points in the fourth quarter to spark the Sharks to a 34-33 thriller over McDonalds, with Trevor Ellena adding eight points and six rebounds, Louis Obrien six points, Ezequiel Caro four points and two steals, and three points apiece from Aidan Phillips, Cris Soto, and Matthew Shane. Lucas Brandon netted thirteen points for McDonalds, Trent Maher six points, Jacks Madigan five points, and Erik Cosca three points.

Napa Police Officers Assn. downed Sunrise Rotary, 33-28, as Cutler Low put up twelve points, Sean Pratt eight points, Jack Troendly seven points and two steals, and George Laird four points. Cruz Morales had six points for Sunrise, Quentin Cordle eight points, ten boards, and two steals, Gavin Zimmerman eleven rebounds, Joseph Holland seven boards, and Joel Calderon three points.

January 19, 2019
Nathan Daniel had fifteen rebounds, thirteen points, three steals, and three blocked shots and Michael Wyckoff made twenty-one points and two steals to lead Nielson Construction to a 52-33 decision over McDonald's. Justin Yates added eleven boards and five points for Nielson, Jacob Bittner eight rebounds, five points, and three steals, Troy Ghisletta six points, five boards, and two steals, and Luke Leachman chipped in three steals. Lucas Brandon posted eleven points, ten rebounds, four blocked shots, and two steals for McDonalds, Austin Michie hd thirteen boards and nine points, Erik Cosca six rebounds and four points, Jacks Madigan six points, Trent Maher six boards, Jeremy Tsujihara three points, and Matt Helms two steals.

Tyson Tanksley scored thirty-two points and pulled down thirteen rebounds as Fazerrati's Pizza downed Anette's Chocolates, 42-34, for their first win of the season. Isaac Rojas got nine boards and two steals for FAZ, Tyler Cabrera three points and four steals, and Ben Hudgens chipped in three points. Zach Keller grabbed thirteen rebounds for Anette's, Joey Varela got nine points and two steals, Dayne Contreraas six boards, five points, and two steals, Andrew Christian six points, five rebounds, and three steals, Kyle Walston four points and three steals, and Eli Souza four points.

Napa Sheriffs Deputies Assn. scored forty-two points in the first half en route to a 55-42 victory over Napa Valley Jewelers paced by Caleb Vallejo's eighteen rebounds, three points, and two steals. Gurkirat Sandhu added fifteen boards, five points, and four blocked shots for Jewelers, Manuel Avila fourteen points and eight rebounds, Jerick Castro fifteen points, and Ethan Main and Julian Silverthorne nine points apiece. Dillon Mouton's fourteen points, eight boards, four steals, and two blocked shots led Jewelers, Noah Parker posted eleven rebounds and eight points, Carlos Chavez ten points and five boards, Quintin Fisher seven points and seven rebounds, Pedro Infante seven boards, and Cody Jones three points.

Napa Firefighters Assn. defeated R&S Glazing 40-32, with Matthew Commander getting twelve points and eleven rebounds, Blake Hoban six points, Marcus Nunes five points, George Bolen and Dylan Bertani four points each, and Matthew Heun three points.Benjamin Martin scored fifteen points for R&S, Angel Ochoa four points, and Yovani Gonzalez and Chris DelPolrto contributed three points and three steals apiece.

The Sharks downed Sunrise Rotary, 44-30, getting seven points and six rebounds from Louis O'Brien, nine points from Cris Soto, Matthew Shane's eight points, five boards, and four steals, Sam Brovelli's seven points, Angelo Viran's five points, six boards, and three steals, Ezequiel Caro's six rebounds, Dylan Maybel's five points, and three points from Aidan Phillips. Filiberto Chavez netted eleven points for Sunrise, Gavin Zimmerman had ten rebounds and three points, Juan Leon eight points, and Cruz Morales four points.

Rotary took a 45-30 decision over Napa Police Officers Assn., as John Moss pulled down thirteen rebounds and scored eleven points, Calvin Bird got eight boards, seven points, and two steals, Abraham Cortes eight points and eight rebounds, Finn Glascott seven boards and five points, and Eli Dioo six points. Harrison Barrett posted seven points and seven rebounds for Police, George Laird and Jack Troendly eight points each , and Dylan Payne added five points.

January 18, 2019
ALL HIGH SCHOOL BOYS GAMES THIS WEEKEND. JANUARY 18 AND 19 WIL BE PLAYED AT HARVEST MIDDLE SCHOOL GYM ( On Old Sonoma Road) DUE TO A ROOF LEAK AT SILVERADO MIDDLE SCHOOL GYM .
ALL GAMES WILL BE PLAYED AT SCHEDULED TIM

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