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February 15, 2018
In week three of the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade boys playoffs, Rotary remained undefeated and reached the semi-final round by downing Napa Police Officers Assn., 72-38, led by Zach Hemmerlin's twenty-two points and five rebounds. Joseph Karch, Rodrigo Mendez. and Gage Bement all added eight boards and six points for Rotary, Alex Perez de Leon had six points and two blocked shots, James Bell scored six points, Alec Cornwell made four points and three steals, Alex Hart grabbed five rebounds, Ben Poulsen netted four points, and Mark Newman contributed ten points, seven boards, and two steals. Ben Scudero had eleven points, five rebounds, and tw steals for Police and Larsen Cole got ten points, eight steals, and five boards. Jackson Miller posted eight points, six rebounds, and three steals, Savio Pisani had five boards and three points, and Zach Materne got seven rebounds, six points, and three steals.

Nielson Construction eliminated the Sharks, 43-36, behind Nathan Daniel's nine points, seven rebounds, three steals, and two blocked shots. Calvin Bird made seven points and three steals for Nielson, Elias Dion and Tyler Ghisletta both scored six points, Justin Yates got five rebounds and four points, Michael Wyckoff netted five points, and Ben Vichi pulled down five boards. JJ Hammond had seven rebounds and six points for Sharks, Dylan Paul scored seven points, Cameron Bell had five boards, Jimmy Whitt and Carlos Traves both tallied five points, Louis O'Brien scored four points, and Alex Trollinder chipped in three points.

Justin Yates had eleven rebounds, ten points, and two blocked shots to lead Nielson Construction past Napa Valley Jewelers, 52-39, and into the championship game. Nathan Daniel contributed nineteen rebounds, seven points, and two blocked shots for Nielson, Elias Dion scored ten points, Michael Wyckoff made seven points and two steals, Calvin Bird netted six points, Finn Glascutt scored four points, Ben Vichi got three points, and Tyler Ghisletta added six boards, three points, and three steals. Andrew Raymond had fourteen rebounds and seven points for Jewelers, Desmond Humphries got eight rebounds and six points, AJ Greenlaw scored eight points, Hector Sierras grabbed eight boards, Troy Ghisletta and Cole Ridling both made six points, Max Olsen had three points, and Michael Blatteis got two steals.

Rudy Reyes' twenty-one points paced Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty to a 56=46 comeback win over Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn. Xavier Salciedo added thirteen points, four steals, and two blocked shots for DP&F, Ruhani Odofin had eight rebounds and seven points, Jesus Vega got eight boards and three points, Caledonia Caldera made four points and three steals, and Brandon Enriquez and Oscar Gutierrez each scored three points. Gurki Sandhu’s sixteen rebounds, fourteen points, and two blocked shots led Sheriffs, Mario Llamas scored twelve points, Jacob Midyette got eight points, seven boards, and three steals, Noah Meyer made three points and two steals, Jordan Richied had five rebounds and two steals, Liam Miller scored four points, and Freddy Tenbrink chipped in eight rebounds, five points, and three steals.

February 11, 2018
In the second week of the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade boys playoffs, Rotary got sixteen points and five steals from Zach Hemmerlin to get a 56-47 win over Nielson Construction. Alex Perez de Leon added eight rebounds and seven points for Rotary, Ben Poulsen made nine points and three steals, Rodrigo Mendez got nine boards and four points, Joseph Karch scored eight points, James Bell netted six points, Mark Newman had four points, and Alec Cornwell made three steals. Elias Dion led Nielson with twenty-three points and two steals, Nathan Daniel grabbed nine rebounds and scored six points, Justin Yates had eight boards, Calvin Bird got six points and six rebounds, Finn Glascutt scored four points, Ben Vichi had three points, and Tyler Ghisletta made three steals.

AJ Greenlaw scored twenty-six points to pace Napa Valley Jewelers to a 61-52 decision over Sunrise Rotary. Desmond Humpries pulled down twelve rebounds for Jewelers, Cole Ridling had eight points and five boards, Michael Blatteis scored seven points, Troy Ghisletta netted six points, Caden Cortese had five rebounds and three points, Hector Sierras made five points, and Andrew Raymond added five boards. Peyton Pettigrew had fourteen points and eight rebounds for Sunrise, Juvenal Barajas made fourteen points and four steals, Joseph Aldridge got seven points and seven boards, Miguel Nave had eight points, Alex Velasco scored seven points, and Jeremy Tsujihara grabbed five rebounds.

Nielson Construction handed Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn. their first defeat in the playoffs, 58-39, led by twenty points and two steals by Elias Dion. Calvin Bird added ten points, eight rebounds, and three steals for Nielson, Michael Wyckoff got ten points and six boards, Finn Glascutt had eight points and eight rebounds, Justin Yates posted eight boards and seven points, and Ben Vichi chipped in three points. Jordan Richied scored twelve points and grabbed nine rebounds for Sheriffs, Gurki Sandhu had twelve boards, six points, and three blocked shots, Mario Llamas got five points and six rebounds, Caleb Vallejo and Jacob Midyette each netted five points, Freddy Tenbrink had six boards, and Noah Meyer added three points.

Rudy Reyes' twenty-eight points and two steals sparked Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty Law Offices to a 77-55 victory over R& S Glazing, with Ruhani Odofin contributing fourteen rebounds and six points, Pedro Ortiz getting nine boards and eight points, Brandon Enriquez scoring nine points, Oscar Gutierrez and Caledonia Caldera both making six points and two steals, Carlos Mendez with four points and six rebounds, and Xavier Salciedo adding seven points and five boards.
Daniel Mateescu made twenty-nine points and four steals for R&S, Gabe Estrada had twelve rebounds and seven points, Martin Alvarez made eight points and two steals, Jeffrey Swank netted four points, Nathan Avila scored three points, and Mikey Simi and Mario Guia both grabbed seven boards.

The Sharks eliminated Fazerrati's Pizza from the playoffs with a 28-14 win, led by Jimmy Whitt's fourteen points, three points apiece from Louis O'Brien and Ezequiel Caro, and Cameron Bell's five rebounds, three points, and two steals. Cameron Kizer had six boards and three points for Fazerrati's, Gabe Wilson made four points and two steals, Christian Garcia pulled down seven rebounds, and Tyson Tanksley chipped in there points.

Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty downed Napa Police Officers Assn., 62-46, getting fourteen points, five rebounds, and three steals by Caledonia Caldera, eighteen points from Rudy Reyes, eight boards and seven points by Pedro Ortiz, Ruhani Odofin's eight points, five points from Jesus Vega, Xavier Salciedo's five steals, and six rebounds, five steals, and four points by Brandon Enriquez. Moral Gottfried's twenty-one points, eleven rebounds, and three steals paced Police, Larsen Cole made ten ponis and four steals, Jackson Miller posted four points and eight boards, Ben Scudero had seven rebounds and two steals, and Zach Materne contributed seven points, seven boards, and two steals.

Napa Valley Jewelers eliminated Sunrise Rotary, 43-29, with AJ Greenlaw scoring twelve points and Cole Ridling getting eight rebounds, four points, and four steals. Andrew Raymond had nine boards and seven points for Jewelers, Michael Blatteis made seven points and two steals, Desmond Humphries got six rebounds and four points, and Troy Ghisletta had five boards and three points. Joseph Aldridge had fourteen rebounds and twelve points to pace Sunrise, Alex Velasco made eight points and three steals, Juvenal Barajas scored four points, Will McLoughlin netted three points, and Miguel Nave added two steals

February 8, 2018
Games for Saturday, 2-10-18 at Silverado:

10 a.m. Police v. Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty

11 Fazerrati's vs. The Sharks

1:30 Jewelers vs. Sunrise

3:50 Sheriffs vs. Nielson

Rotary gets a bye and will play winner of Sheriffs v. Nielson Tues. night.

Stats have been posted for all games. The only stats that will now be posted will be for the teams that have only had one playoff game so far. Thus, everyone will have had a possible nine games when the final statistics are posted.

February 8, 2018
In the first week of the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade boys playoffs, Zach Hemmerlin scored seven of his ten points in the fourth quarter to rally Rotary from an eight point deficit to a 60-51 win over Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty Law Offices. Alex Perez de Leon added nine points, seven rebounds, and four steals for Rotary, Alec Cornwell made ten points and two steals, Rodrigo Mendez tallied nine points and eight boards, James Bell had seven points and two blocked shots, Mark Newman grabbed nine rebounds, Ben Poulsen scored five points, Hemmerlin made four steals, and Gage Bement chipped in two steals. Rudy Reyes paced DP&F with seventeen points and Brandon Enriquez posted eight points, seven rebounds, and two steals. Xavier Salciedo made seven points and two blocked shots, Ruhani Odofin got six boards and four points, Carlos Mendez had five rebounds and four points, and Pedro Ortiz contributed six boards and three points.

Zach Materne posted seventeen rebounds, twelve points, and three steals to spark Napa Police Officers Assn. to a thrilling, 45-44, victory over R&S Glazing. Larsen Cole made ten points and three steals for Police, Ben Scudero netted eight points, Jackson Miller scored seven points, Savio Pisani made four points and three steals, and Willem Demsky added four points. Gabe Estrada had fifteen rebounds and eight points for R&S, Daniel Mateescu made fourteen points, Martin Alvarez had ten points and seven boards, and Sean Tooker posted twelve rebounds, four points, and two steals.

Jacob Midyette scored all of his thirteen points in the fourth quarter to spark Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn. to a 42-37 comeback win over Napa Valley Jewelers. Freddy Tenbrink grabbed fifteen rebounds and scored three points for Sheriffs, Mario Llamas made eleven points, Gurki Sandhu had five points and two blocked shots, Liam Miller netted six points, and Caleb Vallejo and Jordan Richied both pulled down five boards. AJ Greenlaw led Jewelers with eighteen points, Andrew Raymond got five points and five rebounds, Desmond Humphries added five boards and two blocked shots, Caden Cortese scored five points, Cole Ridling got four points, Troy Ghisletta had three points, and Michael Blatteis chipped in five rebounds and two steals.

Nielson Construction defeated The Sharks, 60-36, getting sixteen points and seven rebounds from Nathan Daniel,Elias Dion’s fourteen points, seven points and seven boards by Justin Yates, five points and two steals from Finn Glascutt, Tyler Ghisletta’s five points, three points by Michael Wyckoff, and Calvin Bird’s ten points, six rebounds, three steals, and two blocked shots. Dylan Paul scored nine points for Sharks, JJ Hammond posted six rebounds and four points, Jimmy Whitt, Louis O’Brien, and Carlos Traves all netted five points, Cameron Bell scored four points, and Cesar Garcia grabbed five boards.

Juvenal Barajas scored nine of his eleven points in the fourth quarter as Sunrise Rotary edged Fazerrati’s Pizza, 45-40. Alex Velasco had thirteen points for Sunrise, Joseph Aldridge got nine points and seven boards, Miguel Nave scored five points, Peyton Pettigrew grabbed five boards, and Albert Topete contributed ten rebounds, five points, and two steals. Christian Garcia made ten points and two steals for Fazerrati’s, Tyson Tanksley had nine rebounds and four points, Toby Montoya got six points and five boards, Camron Kizer scored four points, and Kyle Miller contributed eight points, five rebounds, and two steals.

February 7, 2018
TONIGHT FEB7 6pm ROT vs NIE
7:10pm NVJ vs SR
8;20 RS vs DPF



February 6, 2018
TONIGHTS GAMES HAVE BEEN CANCELLED/POSTPONED. NO GAMES TONIGHT TUESDAY FEB 6.

THE gym has been cancelled. STAY TUNED

February 4, 2018
ADJUSTED PLAYOFF SCHEDULE to accommodate player and coaches request

Tuesday Feb 6, Silverado
7:00 ROT vs NC (game 6) 8:10 NP vs DS ( game 7)

Wednesday Feb 7 Silverado
7:00 SR vs NVJ (game 8) 8:10 RS vs DPF (game 9)

Saturday FEB 10
10:00 am W game 6 vs Game8 (GAME 10)
11:10 SKS vs FAZ (GAME 11)

1:30 W game 7 vs W game 9 ( GAME 12)

3:50 L game 6 vs L game 7 (GAME 13)


PLAYOFFS WILL CONTINUE ON TUESDAY 13, WED Feb 14, and THUR Feb 15
SCHEDULE TO BE DETERMINED. STAY TUNED

FOR ADDITIONS, CORRECTIONS TO SCHEDULE, ADJUSTMENTS, COMPLAINTS, ETC,, CALL RICH 226-2220


January 27, 2018
In the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade boys division, Sunrise Rotary downed Napa Police Officers Assn., 53-70, led by fourteen points from Alex Velasco and Joseph Aldridge's fourteen rebounds, twelve points, and four blocked shots. Juvenal Barajs added ten boards, eight points, and three steals for Sunrise, Peyton Pettigrew pulled down fifteen rebounds and scored four points, Miguel Nave had six points, Will McLoughlin got five boards, and Albert Topete made three points and two steals. Luke Barrett put up fourteen points, two steals, and two blocks for Police, Larsen Cole made eleven points and three steals, Zach Materne and Savio Pisani both grabbed seven rebounds, Bed Scudero had five boards, and Moriel Gottfried contributed nine points, five rebounds, and three steals.

Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn. defeated R&S Glazing, 77-53, getting sixteen points, seventeen rebounds, and two steals from Freddy Tenbrink, Jordan Richied's fourteen points, five boards, and three steals, and Caleb Vallejo's thirteen points, five rebounds, and two steals. Mario Llamas had twelve points, five boards, and two steals for Sheriffs, Jacob Midyette made twelve points and two steals, Liam Miller had five boards and four steals, and Gurki Sandhu chipped in eight points, eight rebounds, and three blocked shots.

Napa Valley Jewelers edged the Sharks, 50-47, as AJ Greenlaw had eighteen points and ten rebounds, Cole Ridling scored fifteen points, and Caden Cortese made twelve points and five steals.Desmond Humphries got sixteen boards and two blocked shots for Jewelers and Troy ghisletta made five points and three steals. JJ Hammond had eleven points, seven rebounds, and two blocked shots for Sharks, Jimmy Whitt netted twelve points, Max Dineen posted seven boards and five points, Cameron Bell and Ezequiel both scored six points, Louis O'Brien had six rebounds, Sean Lowe made two steals, and Carlos Traves added five boards, four points, and two steals.

Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty Law Offices came from behind in the fourth quarter to take a 42-40 thriller over Fazerrati's Pizza, getting sixteen points from Rudy Reyes, eight points by Pedro Ortiz, eight rebounds and four points from Brandon Enriquez, Jesus Vega's five boards, and three points apiece by Caledonia Caldera and Oscar Gutierrez. Carom Kizer had thirteen points and eight rebounds for Fazerrati's, Tyson Tanksley got seven points and six boards, Kyle Walston added six points and six rebounds, Andrew Christman grabbed seven boards, Toby Montoya made five points and two steals, Eli Souza had four points and two steals, and Gabe Wilson chipped in three points and three steals.

Zach Hemmerlin made eighteen points and three steals to pace Rotary to a 46-38 win over Nielson Construction. Rodrigo Mendez added nine points and five rebounds for Nielson, Mark Newman pulled down eight boards, James Bell scored six points, Alex Perez de Leon got six rebounds and three points, Alec Corwell scored five points, and Ben Poulsen made two steals. Calvin Bird's nine points, eight rebounds, and two steals led Nielson, Elias Dion scored ten points, Nathan Daniel posted nine boards and seven points, Tyler Ghisletta got five rebounds, Finn Glascutt made four points, and Michael Wyckoff added three points.

January 21, 2018
Napa Valley Jewelers downed Napa Police Officers Assn., 46-36, in the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade boys division, led by AJ Greenlaw's nineteen points and eight rebounds. Michael Blatteis had ten points, five boards, and three steals for Jewelers, Hector Sierras made six points and two steals, Caden Cortese got three points and five rebounds, and Desmond Humphries contributed fifteen boards, three steals, and two blocked shots. Luke Barrett hand eleven rebounds, ten points, and three steals for Police, Jackson Miller made nine points and two steals, Zach Materne had seven boards and four points, and Moriel Gottfried had seven rebounds, five points, and three steals. Larsen Cole added four points, five boards, and two steals for Police, Willem Demsky pulled down seven rebounds, and Savio Pisani blocked two shots.

Deputy Sheriffs Officers Assn. edged Sunrise Rotary, 43-39, getting nineteen rebounds, ten points, and two blocked shots from Gurki Sandhu, eleven points from Liam Miller, and Freddy Tenbrink's seven points, five boards, and three steals. Jacob Midyette chipped in ten points for Sheriffs and Jordan Richied had twelve rebounds, five points, and three steals. Joseph Aldridge paced Sunrise with seventeen rebounds, fourteen points, two blocked shots, and two steals, Peyton Pettigres made eight points and five steals, Alex Velasco scored nine points, and Miguel Nave got four points and two steals.

Rotary remained the only unbeaten team in the division with a 58-24 win over Fazerrati's Pizza as Ben Poulsen made sixteen points and two steals and Zach Hemmerlin had fifteen points and six rebounds. Alex Perez de Leon contributed eight points for Rotary, Mark Newman netted five points, James Bell and Alec Cornwell both scored three points, and Rodrigo Mendez got two steals. Cameron Kizer led Fazerrati's with eleven points and six rebounds. Tyson Tanksley and Kyle Miller both get four points, Gabe Wilson grabbed five boards, and Christian Garcia chipped in three points.

Mikey Simi hit a three pointer at the buzzer to send R&S Glazing into overtime with Nielson Construction, and Gabe Estrada scored five of his nineteen points in the extra period to spark R&S to victory. Sean Tooker got eleven rebounds and nine points for R&S, Martin Alvarez and Quintin Fisher both had eight boards, Estrada pulled down twenty rebounds, and Simi totaled five points. Nelson got eleven points, eleven rebounds, and four blocked shots by Elias Dion and Calvin Bird put up eleven points, eleven boards, five steals, and two blocked shots. Justin Yates added twelve points and two steals for Nielson and Michael Wyckoff had five steals and five rebounds.

Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty Law Offices rode Rudy Reyes' thirty points to a 48-41 win over the Sharks. Christian Hernandez and Brandon Enriquez both scored five points for DP&F and Caledonia Caldera posted six rebounds, four points, and two steals. JJ Hammond's eighteen points, eleven rebounds, and two blocked shots paced the Sharks, Jimmy Whitt made seven points and three steals, Max Dineen had six boards and four points, Cameron Bell scored seven points, and Louis O'Brien got five rebounds

January 14, 2018
Napa Police Officers Assn. edged Deputy Sheriffs Assn., 45-44, in the Optimist Youth Basketball 11th-12th grade boys division, Paced by Larsen Cole's seventeen points, five rebounds, and two steals and Luke Barrett's thirteen boards and eleven points. Police also got seven rebounds and three points from Zach Materne, four points by Ben Scudero, three points apiece from Savio Pisani and Jackson Miller, and two steals by Willem Demsky. Mario Llamas had eighteen points, five rebounds, and two steals for Sheriffs, Gurki Sandhu pulled down thirteen boards and scored six points, Caleb Vallejo made seven points, and Liam Miller got six points and two steals.

Zach Hemmerlin's eighteen points and two steals sparked Rotary to a 45-34 win over the Sharks, with Alec Cornwell and Ben Poulsen each adding six points and three steals, Mark Newman grabbing nine boards, James Bell posting seven rebounds and four points, Alex Hart getting six boards, Gage Bement having five rebounds and three steals, and Cody Jones chipping in three points and two steals. Sharks got ten points and five rebounds from Cameron Bell, JJ Hammond had nine boards and five points, Louis O'Brien got seven rebounds and six points, Cesar Garcia pulled down six boards, Max Dineen had five boards and three points, and Sean Lowe and Carlos Traves both netted three points.

Sunrise Rotary took a thrilling, 43-40, overtime win over R&S Glazing, paced by fourteen points, nine rebounds, and two blocked shots from Joseph Aldridge and ten points and six boards by Juvenal Barajas. Alex Velasco scored seven points for Sunrise, Albert Topete made five points and three steals, and Pierce Madrigal, Peyton Pettigrew, and Dawson Landis all netted three points. Gabe Estrada had eleven points and seven boards for R&S, Quintin Fisher got nine points and five rebounds, Martin Alvarez grabbed eight rebounds, Daniel Mateescu scored ten points, Mikey Simi had five points, and Mario Guia added four points.

Napa Valley Jewelers prevailed over Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty Law Offices, 48-39, as Michael Blatteis had sixteen points and five rebounds and Caden Cortese and Cole Ridling both posted seven points, six boards, and two steals. Hector Sierras scored nine points for Jewelers, AJ Greenlaw got five points and six rebounds, and Desmond Humphries had six boards, four points, and two blocked shots. DP &F got seven points from Rudy Reyes, nine points and six rebounds by Pedro Ortiz, Caledonia Caldera's eight points, and five rebounds apiece from Carlos Mendez and Brandon Enriquez.

Fazerrati's Pizza defeated Nielson Construction, 47-31, getting fifteen points and six rebounds from Camron Kizer and eight boards and six points by Kyle Miller. Christian Garcia scored eight points for Fazerrati's, Tyson Tanksley had six points and five rebounds, Gabe Wilson netted five points, and Eli Souza and Toby Montoya both made two steals. Elias Dion scored fifteen points and grabbed five rebounds for Nielson, Finn Glascutt had six boards and five points, and Ben Vichi made seven points.

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