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February 3, 2018
Optimist Youth Basketball
7&8th Grade Boys

Cole's wins Championship!

Cole's Chop House defeated Kiwanis of Greater Napa, 50 to 44, to win the 2017-2018, Optimist Youth Basketball, 7th and 8th grade boys, Championship. Elliott Zuidema lead all scorers with 25 points. (including 5 three pointers). Caleb Rusin completed a double-double with 11 points and thirteen rebounds. Ethan Castelazo and Tanner Medina scored 5 points each. For KGN, Omar Hernandez scored 12 points, Elias Alvarez had 11 and Dylan Karis finished with seven. Ross Cringan pulled down twelve rebounds. Raul Castellans had 6 points and nine rebounds.

In the Consolation Championship game, Napa Host Lions held on to beat Athletic Feat 41 to 39. Noah Torres scored 12 points. Angel Vega finished with 10 points, and Julian Vega had 7 points and eight rebounds. Carter Haven and Jordan Rubio scored six each. Athletic Feat was lead by Noah Cockrell with 22 points and nine rebounds. Jesse Lopez boarded nine rebounds.

In earlier games, Cole's defeated Syar Industries, 47 to 42. Sam Loomis had three, 3 pointers, to finished with 12 points. Max Knaver and Caleb Rusin had eight points each. Tanner Medina and Elliott Zuidema finished with six points each. For Syatr, Andrew Remboldt had 17 points and ten rebounds. Tristan Hug finished with 15 points.

Napa Host Lions slipped by Quinlan Tire 54 to 47, behind the 17 points by Noah Torres and 15 points of Carter Haven. Julian Vega scored 11. For Quinlan, Jaared Martinez finished with 15 points, followed by Rhone Farthing with 12. Tyson Bradley had 8 and Zach Zurowski followed with seven.

Awards: Leading Scorers; Tristan Hug, 13.1 points per game
Andrew Remboldt, 12.7 points per game
Caleb Rusin, 12.3 points per game
Leading Rebounder; Tommy Chrisco 13.1 rebounds per game
Most Three pointers, Sam Loomis 18 three pointers
Most Steals, Julian Vega, 31 steals

Most Improved Player, Caden Nunes

Submitted by Jake Wilson, 707-738-8115

January 29, 2018
Schedule for Saturday, February 3, 2018

10:00 A.M. NHL vs. Quinlan Tire

11:00 A.M. SYAR vs. Cole's Chop House

12:00 P.M. Athletic Feat vs. Winner of 10:00 A.M. Game

1:30 P.M. Kiwanis of Greater Napa vs. Winner of 11:00 A.M.
Game
1:30 P.M Game is the Championship Game.

January 27, 2018
Optimist Youth Basketball
7&8th Grade Boys

Week two, of the Middle School playoffs, continued, with Athletic Feat defeating Napa Host Lions 45 to 35. Noah Cockrell had 12 points and seven rebounds. Austin Knight completed a double-double with 11 points and ten rebounds. Jesse Lopez scored 8 points. Steven Downing pulled down seven rebounds. For NHL Julian Vega scored 10 points, followed, by Angel Vega with nine. Noah Torres scored 8 points. Aidan Jobe brought in nine rebounds.

In game two, Cole,s Chop House scored 21 points, in the fourth quarter, to surpass Quinlan Tire 56 to 44. Elliott Zuidema scored 16 points, had three rebounds, and four steals. Caleb Rusin had 15 points with nine rebounds. Sam Loomis finish with 12 points, while Max Knaver had 7 points. Tytan Bradley had 11 points, six rebounds and five steals for Quinlan. Jared Martinez followed with 8 points and twelve rebounds. Tommy Chrisco had 8 points and thirteen rebounds. Elias Dew had seven points.

Kiwanis of Greater Napa, upset Syar Industries , 34 to 29, in a hard fought defensive battle. For KGN, Omar Hernandez scored 11 points. Manuel Villaseno-Rico had 6 points. Elias Alvarez scored 5 points and had six rebounds. Daniel Ochoa-Diaz finished with 4 points. Seven additional players pulled in four or more rebounds to secure the victory. In a losing effort Andrew Remboldt had 8 points and ten rebounds. Tristan Hug scored 8 points, with five rebounds and three steals. Dylan Snider followed with 6 points, nine rebounds and three steals. Dylan Brown scored four.

Cole's Chop House outscored Athletic Feat, 46 to 42. Caleb Rusin completed a double-double with 12 points and fourteen rebounds. Sam Loomis had 12 points and six rebounds. Ethan Castelazo finished with 5 points. Elliott Zuidema and Monte Knauer had 7 points each. In a losing effort Noah Crockrell scored 13 points. Zachary Bond scored 9 points. Austin Knight scored 8 points and had eight rebounds. Steven Downing finished with 8 points and pulled down ten rebounds.

Games will continue on Saturday, February 3, 2018, at Napa Valley College starting at 10:00 a.m.. Championship Game will be at 1:30 p.m.

Submitted by Jake Wilson, 707-738-8115

January 26, 2018
Games for Saturday, January 27, 2018
Playoffs continue.

10:00 A.M. ATHLETIC FEAT VS. NAPA HOST LIONS

11:00 A.M. COLE'S VS. QUINLAN TIRE

12:00 P.M. SYAR VS. KIWANIS OF GREATER NAPA

1:00 P.M. WINNER OF 10 AM GAME VS. WINNER OF 11 A.M.
GAME

January 21, 2018
Game schedule for January 27, 2018

10:00 A.M. Athletic Feat VS. Napa Host Lions

11:00 A.M. Cole's VS. Quinlan Tire

12:00 P.M. Syar VS. KGN

1:00 P.M. Winner of 10 A.M. Game VS. Winner of 11 A.M. Game.

January 20, 2018
Optimist Youth Basketball ,7&8th Grade Boys.

In the first round of Optimist Youth Basketball playoffs, Cole's Chop House beat Athletic Feat, 45 to 28. Jacopo Pizzinato had 12 points, twelve rebounds and three steals. Caleb Rusin scored 11 points had seven rebounds. Sam Loomis scored eight and Elliott Zuidema had six. In a losing effort Noah Cockrell had 15 points, five rebounds and three steals. Caden Nunes scored 7 points with six rebounds and five steals. Steven downing pulled down seven rebounds.

In a defensive battle, Kiwanis of Greater Napa, outlasted Napa Host Lions, 30 to 17. Tanner Low and Omar Hernandez scored 7 points each. Elias Alvarez scored 6 points and pulled down ten rebounds. Raul Castellans had eight rebounds. For NHL, Noah Cockerel and Julian Vega scored 6 points each. Aidan Jobe had 6 points.

In the battle for the top spot , Syar Industries scored 23 points in the fourth quarter , to overcome a 13 point deficit, and edge out Cole's Chop House 46 to 44. Tristan Hug and Andrew Remboldt combined for 28 points. Hug had 16 points and Remboldt contributed 12 points. Dylan Brown and Dylan Snider scored 6 points each. Cole's, Elliott Zuidema had 16 points, Caleb Rusin scored 12 and Sam Loomis finished with 9 points.

In the last game of the day, Kiwanis of Greater Napa, upset Quinlan Tire, 30 to 28. Tanner Low, Omar Hernandez and Elias Alvarez had 7 points each, for KGN. Daniel Ochoa-Diaz pulled down five rebounds. For Quinlan, Tommy Chrisco had 11 points and nine rebounds. Tytan Bradley 8 points. Jared Martinez had 4 points and eight rebounds.

Games will continue on Saturday, January 27, 2018, at Napa Valley College, starting at 9:00 A.M.

Submitted by Jake Wilson, 707-738-8115

January 15, 2018
OYB Pairing for 7 & 8th boys playoffs

# 1 seed Syar 9-1
#2 seed Quinlan 6-4
#3 seed Cole's 6-4
#4 seed NHL 3-7
#5 seed KGN 3-7
#6 seed Athletic Feat 3-7

Saturday, January 20, 2018 Games

10:00 A.M. Cole's vs. Athletic Feat (Game #1)
11:00 A.M. NHL vs. KGN (Game #2)
12:00 P.M. Syar vs. Winner of Game #1
1:00 P.M. Quin vs. Winner of Game #2

January 13, 2018
Optimist Youth Basketball 7th & 8th Grade Boys.

Quinlan Tire upset Cole's Chop House, 34 to 27, in the first game of the day, on Saturday. Tommy Chrisco and Tytan Bradley scored 10 points each, for Quinlan. Chrisco added, 13 rebounds. Parker Ribeiro scored 8 points. For Cole's, Caleb Rusin had 10 points, 6 rebounds and 4 steals.

Napa Host Lions held on to beat Kiwanis of Greater Napa, 27 to 25. For NHL, Noah Torres lead all scorers with 9 points, 4 rebounds and 5 steals. Angel Vega scored 8 and Julian Vega tossed in six. KGN was lead by Elias Alvarez with 6 points, 9 rebounds and 4 steals. Dylan Karis scored six. Manuel Vallasenor-Rico pulled down 8 rebounds.

Syar Industries overpowered Cole's 59 to 48. Andrew Remboldt took control for Syar, scoring 26 points with 7 rebounds. Tristan Hug had 10 points. Andrew Mallet and Kaliz Khan scored seven each. David Capra-Rodriguez scored five. For Cole.s Jacappo Pizzinato, had 15 points and 7 rebounds, while Sam Loomis and Caleb Rusin had 13 points each.

Napa Host Lions won it's second game, of the day, by defeating Athletic Feat ,34 to 21. Noah Torres scored 13. Aiden Jobe had 8 rebounds. Julian Vega and Jordan Rubion scored five each. For Athletic Feat, Carlos Cruz had 8, Caden Nunes 5, while Steven Downing and Jessie Lopez had four each.

Kiwanis of Greater Napa upset Quinlan Tire, 33-29. KGN had eight players putting points on the board. Omar Hernandez and Elias Alvarez led with 8 points each. Dylan Karis scored six. Titan Bradley had eight and Jared Martinez finished with seven in Quinlan's losing effort.

Syar slammed, a short handed, Athletic Feat, 56 to 26, in the last game of the day. Tristan Hug scored 18 points and pulled down eight rebounds. Andrew Remboldt finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Carlos Crug scored 14, Caden Nunes had 6, and Steven Downing with 5, for Athletic Feat.

Games will continue on Saturday, 1-20-18, at Napa Valley College, beginning at 10:00 A.M.

Submitted by Jake Wilson, 707-738-8115

January 6, 2018
Optimist Youth Basketball, 7&8th Grade Boys

Optimist Youth Basketball continued play, into the new year, with Cole's Chop House defeating Napa Host Lions, 39 to 30. For Cole's, Elliott Zuidema scored 13 points followed by Sam Loomis with 10.. Caleb Rusin had nine points and seventeen rebounds. For NHL, Noah Torres scored eleven and Carter Haven followed with seven points and seven rebounds.

In the second game of the day, Syar Industries instituted a high pressured defense, to defeat Kiwanis of Greater Napa 29 to 7. Andrew Remboldt completed a double-double with 10 points and 13 rebounds. Tristan Hug scored eight. Elias Alvarez had four points and six rebounds in a losing effort.

Quinlan Tire managed to hold on and defeat Athletic Feat behind the 22 points of Tytan Bradley. Tommy Chrisco scored nine and pulled down ten rebounds. Jared Martinez scored eight. Athletic Feat had eight players scoring, led by Mason Davis with seven points.

In the battle for first place, Syar beat Cole's 48 to 38 behind the 18 points of Tristan Hug. Hug scored 12 points late in the fourth quarter. Dylan Snider completed a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Caleb Rusin had 14 points and 9 rebounds for Cole's. Max Knauer added twelve points.

Kiwanis of Greater Napa surpassed Athletic Feat 37 to 27. Omar Hernandez scored twelve and Elias Alvarez added seven. For Athletic Feat Noah Cockerel lead all scorers with seventeen points and seven rebounds.

Quinlan Tire scored twelve points, late in the fourth quarter, to defeat Napa Host Lions 47 to 34. Tommy Chrisco scored 18 points and had 13 rebounds. Parker Ribeiro scored twelve. Julian Vega had ten points, seven rebounds and six steals, for NHL. Noah Torres added eight points.

Games will continue on Saturday, January 13, 2018 at Napa Valley College, starting at 9:00 A.M.

Submitted by Jake Wilson, 707-738-8115

December 16, 2017
In the first game of the day, Syar Industries overwhelmed Napa Host Lions, 55 to 35. Andrew Remboldt had 16 points and 10 rebounds. Tristan Hug followed with 14 points, 5 rebounds and four steals. Dylan Snider added eleven points. For NHL, Carter Haven scored 12 and Julian Vega had 8.

Quinlan Tire edged Kiwanis of Greater Napa, 28to 27. Tommy Chrisco lead all scorer with 13 points and 14 rebounds. Jared Martinez added 8. For KGN, Dylan Karis had eleven. Omar Hernandez scored eight points and pulled in eight rebounds. Tommy Low added seven points.

Cole's Chop House outlasted Athletic Feat, 45 to 40. Jacoppo Pizziinato scored 15 points and pulled in 6 rebounds. Max Knaver added 8 points. For Athletic Feat Carlos Cruz had eleven points, while Noah Cockrell added ten points and nine rebounds. Austin Knight scored six and had eleven rebounds.

Quinlan Tire returned to the court to run over Napa Host Lions 65 to 32, behind, the 18 points and 27 rebounds of Tommy Chrisco. Jared Martinez and Rhone Farthing had 14 each. Tytan Bradley added 13. In a losing effort Julian Vega scored nine. Noah Torres followed with eight and Henry La Liberto had six.

Cole's Chop House came from a nine point deficit late in the game to surpass Kiwanis of Greater Napa, in overtime, 40 to 39. Sam Loomis hit two three pointer late in the fourth quarter to seal the win. Loomis finished with 11 points. Jacoppo Pizzinato had eight points and eleven rebounds. For KGN, Dylan Karis scored 15, followed by Omar Hernandez with 14. Elias Alvarez pulled in thirteen rebounds.

Syar Industries finished the day over powering Athletic Feat 49 to 25. Tristan Hug lead all scorers with 17 points. Dylan Snider scored 8 and Collin Durfee and Andrew Remboldt had seven each. Mason Davis and Carlos Cruz scored seven points each for Athletic Feat.

Games will continue on January 6, 2018, at Napa Valley College, beginning at 9:00 A.M.

Submitted by Jake Wilson, 707-738-8115

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