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September 25, 2017
OPTIMIST BASKETBALL SIGN-UP DATES FOR ALL BASKETBALL PROGRAMS FOR 2017-18

ALL SIGN-UPS WILL BE HELD AT THE NAPA VALLEY COLLEGE GYM

WEEK DAY SCHEDULE:
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4, 2017 6 TO 8 PM
TUESDAY OCTOBER 10, 2017 6 T0 8 PM
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18, 2017 6 T0 8 PM
TUESDAY OCTOBER 24, 2017 6 T0 8 PM


SATURDAY SCHEDULE:
SATURDAY OCTOBER 7, 2017 9 TO NOON (12PM)
SATURDAY OCTOBER 14, 2017 9 TO NOON (12PM)
SATURDAY OCTOBER 21, 2017 9 TO NOON (12PM)
SATURDAY OCTOBER 28, 2017 9 TO NOON (12PM)

March 9, 2017
The Sharks defeated Nielson Construction, 44-35, in the Championship game of the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade division to complete an undefeated season. Austin Spinelli scored fifteen points, grabbed seven rebounds, and made five steals to lead the Sharks. Devon Cockrell added eleven points for the victors, Louis Arata made six points and three steals, Dylan Cravea had five boards and two blocked shots, Ricky Vincent made five steals and three points, Kale Olmsted netted four points, Chase Hunter pulled down five rebounds, and Zach Materne chipped in three points. Nielson was paced by ten points and two steals from Nick Herring and nine rebounds, six points, and three steals by Drake Bartlett. Owen Gorsuch posted six points and five boards for Nielson, Jayro Garcia-Esparza had seven rebounds, Brendan Neal contributed five rebounds and three points, Sevrin Ellis made three points and two steals, and Zac Simpkins and Ricky Alvarez both scored three points. The Sharks were coached by Anthony Arata and Chuck Olmstead and Nielson Construction was coached by Travis Bartlett.

March 4, 2017
In the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade boys division, the Sharks advanced to the championship game by downing Napa Police Officers Assn., 53-40, Led by thirteen points and seven rebounds by Louis Arata, thirteen boards and 4 points from Dylan Cravea, Austin Spinelli's ten points and two steals, and Ricky Vincent's ten rebounds, five points, and two steals. Devon Cockrell made six points and two steals for the Sharks,
Chase Hunter had seven boards and four points, Devon Cockrell made six points and two steals, Zach Materne scored three points, Jackson Wilson had three steals, Leo Rodriquez blocked two shots, and Kale Olmstead added six points, five rebounds, and three steals.Police got fourteen points and six steals from Charles Wyckoff, Jacques Cor's eight points, nine boards, and two steals, and Brock Swanson's eleven boards, four points, and four steals. Peter Lee added eight rebounds, four points, and four steals for Police, Carson Lewis made five points and three steals, Tony Olvera had three steals, and Blake Jacques and Tyler Lorenzen each scored three points.

Nick Herring scored nine of his twenty-one points in the fourth quarter to help Nielson Construction pull away from short-handed Sunrise Rotary and gain a berth in the championship game. Brendan Neal added eleven rebounds and five points for Nielson, Zac Simpkins had eight points and eight boards, Jayro Garcia-Esparza netted eight points, Drake Bartlett had five points, five rebounds, and two steals, Owen Gorsuch and Sevrin Ellis both pulled down five boards, and Herring also had five rebounds and three steals.Joseph Karch paced Sunrise with nine rebounds, seven points, and three steals, Kishan Kumar made eight points and two steals, Alex Velasco had five points and two steals, Juvenal Barajas grabbed five boards, and Desmond Humphries contributed five rebounds, four points, two blocked shots, and two steals.

March 3, 2017
Saturday Mar 4, silverado
Game 16 1:45 p.m. Police v. Sharks
Game 17 3:00 p.m. Nielson v. Sunrise Rotary

Championship Game
Tuesday, March 7, Silverado Middle School 7:30 p.m.
This game will be filmed with play by play commentary
and shown on Napa Public Access TV channel 27 or 28 in April.

February 27, 2017
Championship game will be played Tuesday March 7 at 7:30 p.m.. We will be recording this game

February 25, 2017
Sunrise Rotary handed Fazerrati's Pizza their first defeat in the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade boys division playoffs, 72-52, getting twenty-four points, ten rebounds, and two steals from Chris Vaziri, and twenty-two points, eleven boards, and two blocked shots by Nathan Kaufman.Desmond Humphries added nineteen rebounds and seven points for the winners, Alexander Velasco scored nine points, Kishan Kumar made eight points and three steals, Juvenal Barajas got five steals, and Asher Sutter chipped in five boards and three points. Albert Topete paced Fazerrati's with fourteen points and ten rebounds, Xavier Salciedo made fourteen points and two steals, Brendan Enriquez had nine points and two steals, Ruhani Odolfin pulled down nine boards and scored four points, Pedro Ortiz made four steals, and Fernando Villesenor-Rico got seven points, seven boards, and two steals.

Peter Lee's thirty-one points, seven rebounds, and five steals led Napa Police Officers Assn. to a 65-50 elimination of short-handed Rotary.Charles Wyckoff posted seventeen points, five boards, and four steals for Police, Jacqus Core had eight rebounds, seven points and three steals, Brock Swanson got twelve boards and two steals, Max Harrop pulled down ten boards, Blake Jacques had six rebounds and scored five points, and Tony Olvera added five points, five rebounds, and three steals. Kip Campbell paced Rotary with sixteen points, ten rebounds, and five steals and Kellen Clark had nine points, nine rebounds, and three steals. Rotary also got eight points and six boards from Cole Gleason, eight points and two steals from Spencer Wheat, and Kyle Friton's nine points, six rebounds, and two steals.
Nielson Construction broke open a close game in the third quarter to get a 62-38 win over Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn., behind twenty-seven points from Nick Herring, eleven points and ten rebounds by Drake Bartlett, ten points from Sevrin Ellis, nine boards and four points by Zac Simpkins, seven rebounds by Owen Gorsuch, six points scored by Eric Calderon, and five rebounds apiece by Ricky Alvarez and Jesus Deharo. James Bell made eleven points and two steals for Sheriffs, Sean Tooker had seven rebounds and four points, Mario Llamas netted six points, Austin Collins got five boards and three points, Jordan Richied scored four points, and Jack Brown, Brenden Ahearne, and Miguel Nave scored three points apiece.
Peter Lee scored ten of his fourteen points in the fourth quarter to lead Napa Police Officers Assn. to a comeback, 43-41, win over Fazerrati's Pizza. Charles Wyckoff added twelve points and two steals for the victors, Carson Lewis made nine points and three steals, Brock Swanson had fourteen boards and four steals, Danny Harrop and Jacques Core each grabbed nine rebounds, Tyler Lorenz had five boards and three points, Tony Olvera got eight rebounds and three points, and Max Harrop made two steals. Brendan Enriquez put up thirteen points and six rebounds for Fazerrati's, Gio Maxilla made ten points and five steals, Xavier Salciedo had six points and two steals, Ruhani Odofin got seven boards and three steals, Fernando Villesenor-Rico pulled down nine rebounds, Pedro Ortiz made three points and two steals, Ian DeHaro had six boards, and Christian Hernandez and Diego Olquin each netted three points.
In the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade boys division, the Sharks advanced to the championship game by downing Napa Police Officers Assn., 53-40, Led by thirteen points and seven rebounds by Louis Arata, thirteen boards and 4 points from Dylan Cravea, Austin Spinelli's ten points and two steals, and Ricky Vincent's ten rebounds, five points, and two steals. Devon Cockrell made six points and two steals for the Sharks,
Chase Hunter had seven boards and four points, Devon Cockrell made six points and two steals, Zach Materne scored three points, Jackson Wilson had three steals, Leo Rodriquez blocked two shots, and Kale Olmstead added six points, five rebounds, and three steals.Police got fourteen points and six steals from Charles Wyckoff, Jacques Cor's eight points, nine boards, and two steals, and Brock Swanson's eleven boards, four points, and four steals. Peter Lee added eight rebounds, four points, and four steals for Police, Carson Lewis made five points and three steals, Tony Olvera had three steals, and Blake Jacques and Tyler Lorenzen each scored three points.

Nick Herring scored nine of his twenty-one points in the fourth quarter to help Nielson Construction pull away from short-handed Sunrise Rotary and gain a berth in the championship game. Brendan Neal added eleven rebounds and five points for Nielson, Zac Simpkins had eight points and eight boards, Jayro Garcia-Esparza netted eight points, Drake Bartlett had five points, five rebounds, and two steals, Owen Gorsuch and Sevrin Ellis both pulled down five boards, and Herring also had five rebounds and three steals.Joseph Karch paced Sunrise with nine rebounds, seven points, and three steals, Kishan Kumar made eight points and two steals, Alex Velasco had five points and two steals, Juvenal Barajas grabbed five boards, and Desmond Humphries contributed five rebounds, four points, two blocked shots, and two steals.
The Championship Game will be played
Tuesday, March 7, at Silverado Middle School at 7:30 p.m..
This game will be filmed with play by play commentary
and shown on Napa Public Access TV channel 27 or 28 in April.

February 23, 2017
The final statistics for the season have been posted. At this point, three teams have been eliminated and we quit adding stats. Peter Lee led the division in scoring and tied with Austin Spinelli for steals, and Nathan Kaufman repeated as leading rebounder.

February 21, 2017
OK THIS IS THE LATEST SCHEDULE 2/21 17

Thursday, Feb. 23, Silverado Middle School
Game 11 6:30 p.m. Sunrise Rotary v. Fazerratis


Saturday, Feb. 25, Silverado Middle School
Game 12 1;30 p.m. Rotary v. Napa Police
Game 14 2:40 p.m. Sharks v. Winner Game 11
Game 15 3:50 p.m. Nielson v. Deputy Sheriffs

Tuesday, Feb. 28, Silverado Middle School ( DAY TO BE DETERMINED)
Game 13 7:00 p.m. Winner Game 12 v. Loser Game 11

February 11, 2017
In the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade boys division second week of playoffs, Sunrise Rotary downed Napa Police Officers Assn., 67-51, paced by Chris Vaziri's fifteen points and sixteen rebounds and Asher Sutter's thirteen points and nine boards. Alexander Velasco added twelve points for the winners, Juvenal Barajas had nine points and five rebounds, Desmond Humphries got nine boards and six points, Payton Pettigrew posted eight rebounds and five points, and Nathan Kaufman chipped in seven boards, three steals, and two blocked shots. Peter Lee's forty-five points, nine rebounds, and two steals kept short-handed Police in the game, with Danny Harrop and Tyler Lorenzen both grabbing twelve boards, and Maxwell Harrop accounting for fourteen rebounds, six steals, and four points.

Rotary eliminated Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty from the double elimination tournament, 54-35, as Kip Campbell had six treys as part of twenty points, five rebounds, and two steals. Kellen Clark got twelve boards, five steals, and five points for Rotary and Sean McElroy had nine rebounds, eight points and five blocked shots. Cole Gleason added eight rebounds and six points for the victors, Spencer Wheat made eight points and two steals, Kyle Friton had four points and four steals, and Will Flynn scored three points. Jairo Llamas made thirteen points and two steals for DP&F, Jonathan Sakrison posted seventeen rebounds and two steals, and Ed Lopez had ten boards, eight points, and two steals. DP&F also got eight boards and three points from Jonathan Duong, two points apiece from Juan Lozano and Esteban Hernandez, and Jaime Vega's five boards, three points, and three steals.

Fazerrati's Pizza knocked R&S Glazing out of the tournament, 54-62. Getting fifteen points and two steals from Gio Gaxiola, ten points and eight rebounds by Brendan Enriquez, and Ruhani Odofin's seven points, seven boards, and two steals. Fernando Villesenor-Rico posted eight rebounds and four points for the victors, Xavier Salciedo scored six points, and Albert Topete got six boards, four steals, and three points. Miles Khoury led R&S wutg twenty-three points, ten rebounds, and two steals, and Joseph Aldridge put up thirteen rebounds, twelve points, three blocked shots, and two steals. R&S also got Cam Bell's five boards and four points, five rebounds by William Thackeray, Alex Trolinder's three steals, and Max Dineen's six boards, five points, and two steals.

Nielson Construction eliminated Napa Valley Jewelers, 58-52, sparked by twenty-six points and six rebounds from Nick Herring, ten boards and eight points by Jayro Garcia-Esparza, nine points and six steals from Owen Gorsuch, Drake Bartlett's eight points and seven rebounds, nine boards by Zac Simpkins, Brenden Neal's five points, and two steals from Jesus DeHaro. Jewelers got sixteen points from Caden Cortese, thirteen points by A.J. Greenlaw, seven rebounds and two steals from Michael Blattis, Andrew Raymond's five boards and four points, Andrew Wheeler's six points, five points by Cole Ridling, and Jason Pridy's six points and two steals.

The Sharks defeated Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn., 56-28, as Louis Arata posted fifteen points and eleven rebounds, Devon Cockrell and Austin Spinelli both scored nine points, and Chase Hunter had nine boards and six points. Dylan Cravea pulled down six rebounds and scored four points for the winners, Leo Rodriquez had five points and five rebounds, Kale Olmsted put up five boards and three points, Zach Materne had five rebounds, and Ricky Vincent chipped in three points. Sheriffs got eleven points and seven rebounds from Brenden Ahearne, six boards and five points by Austin Collins, 4 points and five rebounds by James Bell, six boards apiece by Jordan Richied and Sean Tooker, five rebounds and three points from Mario Llamas, and Barret Levy's three points.

February 4, 2017
In the first round of playoffs, in the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade boys division, Fazerrati's Pizza defeated Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty Law Offices, 56-36, as Xavier Salciedo made sixteen points and four steals and Gio Gaxiola had twelve points and two steals. Ruhani Odofin got nine rebounds and six points for FAZ, Brendan Enriquez netted six points, Albert Topete made five points and two steals, Diego Olquin had four points and two steals, Pedro Ortiz scored three points, and Ian Deharo had two steals. Jose Trujillo led DP&F with fifteen points and six rebounds, Jonathan Sakrison grabbed nine boards and scored three points, Jaime Vega netted six points, Jonathan Duong made four points and two steals, Josh Graham pulled down six rebounds, and Ed Lopez had two steals.

All nine players scored as the Sharks took a 53-40 decision over Napa Valley Jewelers, to remain undefeated. Chase Hunter paced the victors with fifteen points, fifteen boards, and two steals, with Devon Cockrell adding ten points, Austin Spinelli making eight points and two steals, and Lous Arata posting six points, six rebounds, and four steals. The Sharks also got eight boards from Zach Materne, four points and five rebounds by Dylan Cravea, Ricky Vincent's six boards and two steals, Kale Olmsted's five rebounds and two steals, and three points from Leo Rodriquez. Cole Ridling had fourteen points and seven boards for NVJ, A. J. Greenlaw scored thirteen points, Andrew Raymond got seven rebounds and nine points, Colton Maher grabbed seven rebounds, and Jason Pridy made three steals.

Peter Lee scored nine of his twenty-one points in the fourth quarter to spark Napa Police Officers Assn., to a comeback, 48-45, win over R & S Glazing. Brock Swanson contributed six points and eight rebounds for the winners, Max Harrop grabbed eight boards, Blake Jacques had five points and five rebounds, Carson Lewis scored seven points, Charles Wyckoff posted six boards, Tyler Lorenzen blocked three shots, Tony Olvera made two steals, and Lee also had nine rebounds and two steals.
Miles Khoury led R&S with twenty-two points, nine rebounds, and two steals, Joseph Aldridge had eight points and five boards, and Alex Trolinder, Cam Bell, and Max Dineen all contributed four points.

Nathan Kaufman had eight three-pointers to go with twenty-eight points, six rebounds, and four blocked shots in leading Sunrise
Rotary to a 55-38 defeat of Nielson Construction. Kitten Kumar added twelve points and two steals for Sunrise, Chris Vaziri had eight boards and four points, Asher Sutter had five rebounds and three points, Alex Velasco made three points and three steals, Desmond Humphries pulled down six boards, and Juvenal Barajas chipped in three points. Nielson got ten points from Eric Calderon, six points from Drake Bartlett, five points and two steals by Brenden Neal, five boards and two steals from Jayro Garcia-Esparza, five rebounds by Zac Simpkins, and Nick Herring's seven points, eleven boards, and two steals.

Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn. edged Rotary, 48-45, behind Brenden Ahearne's twelve points and thirteen rebounds, Sean Tooker's seventeen boards and five points, Miguel Nave's eleven points, seven rebounds and five points from Mario Llamas, James Bell's six points and two steals, seven boards and four points by Leo Dixon, and five points from Austin Collins. Dan Clark had ten points and ten rebounds for Rotary, Kellen Clark got twelve points and five rebounds, Kyle Friton posted nine points and five boards, Spencer Wheat made five points and four steals,, and Sean McElroy contributed eleven boards, five blocked shots, and four points.

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