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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)

February 11, 2017
Optimist Youth Basketball
Seventh/Eighth Grade Boys

Quinlan Tire defeated Kiwanis of Greater Napa, 36 to 18, to win the 2016-2017 Optimist Youth Basketball Championship. Forrest Bontrager led all scorers with 16 points. Andrew Diana scored eight points and pulled in ten rebounds. Jacob Clark scored five. Christoph Horton had 8 points and twelve rebounds, in a losing effort. Nick Escobar and Hunter St Clair had four points each.
Star Industries captured the Consolation Championship, over Napa Host Lions, 38 to 29. Tristan Hug had 12 points and Colin Towey had eight points and seven rebounds. Alex Nunes managed six points, seven rebounds and four steals. Andrew Remboldt scored six. For NHL, Zachary Montelongo scored 12 points. Jack McDonald had eight points and pulled in twelve rebounds. R.J. Campbell contributed seven points, seven rebounds and five steals in the losing effort.
In the simi-final game, Kiwanis of Greater Napa edged Athletic Feat, 40 to 37, in overtime. Christoph Horton dominated play with 19 points, seventeen rebounds and three steals. Thomas Chrisco scored eleven points and pulled in six rebounds. Athletic Feat was led by Esteban Reyes with 12 points. Jadyn Satten scored nine, followed ,by Noah Cockrell with six.
National Athem was performed by Heather Ostrau, from Studio "G", School of Music and Theater.

Awards: Leading scorer, Jadyn Satten, 17.2 points per game.
Leading rebounder, Christoph Horton, 11 rebounds per game.
Leading three point shooter, (13), Forrest Bontrager.
Leading steals, (31), Forrest Bontrager

February 4, 2017
Optimist Youth Basketball
Seventh & Eighth Grade Boys

Kiwanis of Greater Napa ran past Napa Host Lions, 48 to 23. Christoph Horton had 17 points and eight rebounds. Nick Escobar score thirteen. Ian Avales added 5 points, five steals and four rebounds. Zachary Montelongo scored 15 points in a losing effort, for NHL. Jacopo Pizzicato scored five and Otto McCarthy pulled in five rebounds.
North Napa Rotary defeated Syar Industries, 43 to 31. Dylan Rody had 21 points and nine rebounds. Omar Hernandez scored twelve. Trevin Cholmondelay secured 13 rebounds. Christian Smith assisted with ten rebounds. Syar was led by Alex Nunes with 12 points, and Chase Carter had seven rebounds.
Quinlan Tire remained undefeated by outlasting Athletic Feat 47 to 33 in a defensive battle. Forrest Bontrager had 24 points. Andrew Diana finished with 15 points and ten rebounds. Richard Carvalho scored 6 points and brought in five rebounds. In a losing effort , Jadyn Satten put in 24 points and had eight rebounds. Ruben Pino had five steals.
In the final game of the day, it took four overtimes , for Kiwanis of Greater Napa to defeat North Napa Rotary, 40 to 37. Ian Avales had 16 points, twelve rebounds and three steals. Hunter St Clair scored ten. Christoph Horton and Nicolas Solaria pulled in eight rebounds each. Nick Escobar completed four steals. In a losing effort Dylan Rody had 13 points and seven rebounds. Trevin Cholmondelay captured twelve rebounds.

The National Anthem was sung by Heather Ostray, from the School of Music and Theater.

Games will continue on February 11, 2017 at Napa Valley College. Games will commence at 9:00 A.M. with the championship game to start at 11:00 A.M.

Submitted by Jake Wilson, 707-738-8115

January 27, 2017

KIWANIS CLUB SPONSORED
SEVENTH GRADE ALL STARS

GAME IS FEBRUARY 4, 2017 AT 1:30 P.M. AT NAPA VALLEY COLLEGE

NATIONAL DIVISION AMERICAN DIVISION

Christoph Horton, KGN Caden Nunes, Syar
Max Knaver, KGN Tristan Hug, Syar
Ethan Castelazo, KGN Tanner Medina, Syar
Thomas Chrisco, KGN Mason Davis, Syar
Hunter St Clair, KGN Andre Fannin, Syar
Nicolar Solorio, KGN Andrew Remboldt, Syar
Parker Boden, NNR Noah Cockrell, Athletic Feat
Omar Hernandez, NNR Ross Cringan, Athletic Feat
Daniel Ochoa-Diaz, NNR Dane Connor, Athletic Feat
Dylan Karis, NNR Jaaziel Satten, Athletic Feat
Rhone Farthing, QUIN Octavio Navarreti, Athletic Feat
Nicholas Holasek, Quin Jacopo Pizzinato, HNL
Dylan Snider, QUIN Carlos Cruz, NHL
Zachary Montelongo, NHL
Martin Salinas, NHL

KIWANIS CLUB SPONSORED
EIGHTH GRADE ALL STARS

GAME IS FEBRUARY 11, 2017 AT 1:00 P.M. AT NAPA VALLEY COLLEGE.

NATIONAL DIVISION AMERICAN DIVISION

Harrison Wright, Quin James "Otto" McCarthy, NHL
Andrew Diana, Quin Jack McDonald, NHL
Forrest Bontrager, Quin Anthony Fanbnbin, NHL
Jacob Clark, Quin R.J. Campbell, NHL
Timothy Johnson, Quin Tristan Heartt, NHL
Kasey Yannoy, Quin Christian Chiprez, NHL
Richard Carvalho, Quin Diego Cruz, NHL
Iano Avales, KGN Alex Nunes, Star
Jacob Kinkade, KGN Trace Willoughby, Syar
Chase Ryan, KGN Colin Toweyt, Syar
Nick Escobar, KGN Chase Carter, Syar
Jaxon Oden, NNR Andre Nave, Athletic Feat
Christian Smith, NNR Rubin Pino, Athletic Feat
Nick Ball, NNR Sebastian Medina, Athletic Feat
Dylan Rody, NNR Jadyn Satten, Athletic Feat
Quin Kokotas, NNR Esteban Reyes, Athletic Feat
Trevin Cholmondelay, NNR



January 21, 2017
Optimist Youth Basketball
Seventh/Eighth Grade Boys

North Napa Rotary slipped by Napa Host Lions, 24 to 22. Jaxon Oden, for NNR, had 7 points and six rebounds. Christian Smith had four points, seven rebounds and three steals. Zachary Montelongo led NHL with 10 points, and eleven rebounds. Jack McDonald had four points, eleven rebounds and three steals. R.J. Campbell added six points and six rebounds.
Star Industries defeated Kiwanis of Greater Napa, 39 to 35. Alex Nunes led all scorers with 16 points. Tristan Hug scored eight and Andrew Remboldt added seven. In a losing effort Ian Avales had 14 points, 6 rebounds and eight steals. Hunter St Clair had six points and five rebounds.
Forrest Bontrager,s hit a three pointer at the buzzer to lift Quinlan Tire past North Napa Rotary , 28 to 25. Bontrager had 14 points, 5 rebounds and five steals. Andrew Diana scored 11 points and pulled in six rebounds. NNR had balanced scoring from seven players. Jaxon Oden scored six and Christian Smith pulled in ten rebounds.
Athletic Feat defeated Syar Industries 42 to 34. Jadyn Satten led all scorers with 22 points and eleven rebounds. Esteban Reyes had seven points. Tristan Hug had 14 points and five steals in a losing effort. Alex Nunes scored thirteen followed by Andrew Remboldt with seven.

Games will continue on Saturday, Feb 4, 2017, at Napa Valley College, starting at 9:00 A.M.

Submitted by Jake Wilson, 707-738-8115

January 17, 2017
PLAYOFF SCHEDULE (REVISED)

SATURDAY, 1-21-2017 ( FIRST ROUND)

GAME 1: 9:00 AM NNR VS. NHL

GAME 2: 10:00 AM SYAR VS. KGN

GAME 3 11:00 AM QUINLAN VS. WINNER GAME 1

GAME 4 12:00 PM ATHLETIC VS. WINNER GAME 2
FEAT


SECOND ROUND WILL BE ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2017.

FINAL ROUND WILL BE ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2017.

7TH GRADE ALL STAR GAME IS ON 2-4-17 AT 1:30 PM

8TH GRADE ALL STAR GAME IS ON 2-11-17 AT 1:00 PM

January 15, 2017
Optimist Youth Basketball
Seventh & Eighth Grade Boys

Quinlan Tire remained undefeated by edging Athletic Feat 41 to 38. Forrest Bontrager had 18 points, 2 blocks, and 9 steals to secure the win. Andrew Diana added fifteen points. Athletic Feat was led by Jadyn Satten with 21 points and 8 rebounds. Ruben Pino scored nine points and recorded six rebounds and four steals.
Kiwanis of Greater Napa managed to hold on to a four points lead over Napa Host Lions , in a 22 to 18 victory. Thomas Chrisco scored 7 points. Nick Escobar had nine rebounds and three steals. Otto McCarthy had six points and seven rebounds NHL.
Syar Industries upset Athletic Feat by a score of 45 to 42. Tristan Hug had 23 points. Colin Towey scored six points and completed five steals. Jadyn Satten scored 13 and Andre Nave followed with eleven for Athletic Feat.
Syar Industries edged Napa Host Lions 28 to 25. Tristan Hug had eight points and Alex Nunes pulled down ten rebounds. Caden Nunes scored seven. Otto McCarthy led NHL with nine points and Jack McDonald added nine rebounds.
Quinlan Tire ran over Kiwanis of Greater Napa 40 to 21. Forrest Bontrager lead all scorers with 16 points. Andrew Diana added eleven points followed by Rhone Farthing with seven. Thomas Chrisco and Christoph Horton had six points each in a losing effort.
Athletic Feat ended the day with a 40 to 39 victory over North Napa Rotary. Jadyn Satten had 17 points. Andre Nave had three treys for nine points. Dane Connor scored six. In a losing effort Dylan Rody scored 14 points and pulled in nine rebounds, for NNR. Jaxon Oden had eight points.

Games will continue at Napa Valley College on Saturday, January 21, starting at nine A.M.

Submitted by Jake Wilson, 707-738-8115.

January 8, 2017
Optimist Youth Basketball
Seventh & Eighth Grade Boys

In a stormy start to 2017, Optimist Youth Basketball continued play into the new year, Saturday games: Athletic Feat ran past Napa Host Lions 47 to 27. Jadyn Satten led off with a double-double. Satten had 15 points and 12 rebounds. Ruben Pino contributed with thirteen points and six rebounds. Lions' was led by Otto McCarthy with sixteen points, fifteen rebounds and five steals. Jack McDonald had thirteen rebounds and Robert Campbell Jr. completed six steals.
Star Industries edged past Kiwanis of Greater Napa 27 to 21. Syar's balance scoring made the difference in the game. Trace Willoughby and Tristan Hug had six points each. Alex Nunes added five points and four steals. Thomas Chrisco had six points and eleven rebounds for KGN. Nick Escobar contributed six points.
Quinlan Tire remained undefeated by slipping past North Napa Rotary 27 to 24, in a defensive battle. Rhone Farthing had 8 points and Andrew Diana pulled in eight rebounds. For NNR Jaxon Oden scored eight and Christan Smith pulled in seven rebounds.
Sunday Games:
North Napa Rotary defeated Kiwanis of Greater Napa 42 to 23. Jaxon Oden lead all scorers with 16 points. Christian Smith contributed to the win with 10 points and seven rebounds. In a losing effort Ian Avales and Nick Escobar scored eight points each.
Quinlan Tire dominated Syar Industries 54 to 29 , to remain undefeated for the season. Andrew Diana completed a double-double with 25 points and 10 rebounds. Forrest Bontrager scored nine points, Kasey Yannoy, eight, and Dylan Snider seven. For Syar, Colin Towey scored ten and Alex Nunes had eight.
North Napa Rotary managed to hold on and defeat Napa Host Lions 30 to 17. Jaxon Oden scored 11 points for NNR. Christian Smith had eleven rebounds. NHL was lead by Otto McCarthy with an end of the day double-double of 13 points and 16 rebounds.

Games will continue on Saturday, January 14, at Napa Valley College, starting at 9:00 a.m.

Submitted by Jake Wilson 707-738-8115

December 17, 2016
Optimist Youth Basketball
Seventh & Eighth Grade Boys

Star Industries got off to a fast start, by out racing Napa Host Lions to a 45 to 23 victory. Tristin Huyg lead all scorers with 16 points. Colin Towey scored twelve. Caden Nunes had six rebounds and his brother Alex Nunes completed four steals. In a losing effort Anthony Fannin scored seven. Zachary Montelongo pulled in eight rebounds.
Quinlan Tire remained undefeated, by shutting down Kiwanis of Greater Napa 45 to 29. Jacob Clark scored 14 points. Andrew Diana scored ten and Forrest Bontrager followed with seven. KGN saw Nick Escobar and Thomas Chrisco with eight points each. Hunter St Clair scored seven points and Ethan Castelazo finished with six..
North Napa Rotary held on and edged out Athletic Feat 31 to 25. Dylan Rody had 8 points, seven rebounds, and seven steals. Jaxon Oden had nine points. Trevin Cholmondeley pulled down 19 rebounds. Jadyn Satten scored nine points and had ten rebounds for Athletic Feat.
Quinlan Tire increased it's season record to 6-0 by slamming the door on Napa Host Lions 39 to 17. Leading scorers for Quinlan was Jacob Clark with 12, Andrew Diana 9, and Forrest Bontrager 8. In a losing effort Zachary Montelongo scored seven points and had ten rebounds.
Athletic Feat shut down Kiwanis of Greater Napa 48 to 19. Jadyn Satten completed a double-double with 21 points and 18 rebounds. Dane Connor had eight points. Andre Nave had seven. Max Knaver had six points and Thomas Chrisco scored five for KGN.
In the final game before the holiday break Syar Industries overcame a 17 point deficit in the fourth quarter. With seconds to go on the clock Syar was presented with not one but two three point shots to win the game. Syar fell short and lost 34 to 32. In a winning effort Dylan Rody scored eight points and Trevin Cholmondeley scored seven while pulling in 16 rebounds. Syar responded with Andrew Remboldt completing his first double-double of the season. Remboldt had 11 points and 12 rebounds. Tristan Hug scored nine. Alex Nunes had six points, five rebounds and completed four steals.

Games will resume in the new year on January 7, 2017 at Napa Valley College, starting at 9:00 A.M.

Submitted by Jake Wilson, 707-738-8115.

December 10, 2016
Optimist Youth Basketball
Seventh and Eighth Grade Boys

Kiwanis of Greater Napa outscored North Napa Rotary, in overtime, to secure the victory 33 to 27. Christoph Horton managed 10 points and 28 rebounds for KGN. Thomas Chrisco and Ian Avales helped with seven points each. Chrisco also contributed eleven rebounds. For NNR Quin Kokotas had eight points. Christian Smith pulled in nine rebounds and Dylan Karis completed five steals.
Quinlan Tire out ran Syar Industries by a score of 35 to 20. Forrest Bontrager lead all scorers with fourteen points, followed by Andrew Diana with seven points and fourteen rebounds. For Syar, Andrew Remboldt had 7 points and nine rebounds.
Napa Host Lions finished off North Napa Rotary 22 to 20. Otto McCarthy scored five points and pulled down fourteen rebounds to secure the victory. Robert Campbell Jr. scored six. Dylan Rody scored 7 points and had eight rebounds in a losing effort. Christian Smith had 10 rebounds.
Quinlan Tire upset Athletic Feat 34 to 24, behind the 16 points and 12 rebounds of Andrew Diana. Richard Carvalho had six rebounds. Athletic Feat remained in the game by the hot outside shooting of Jaaziel Satten with three treys (9 points) and Dane Connor with two three pointers for a total of six points.
Napa Host Lions squeezed past Kiwanis of Greater Napa, in overtime, 37 to 36. Otto McCarthy had 15 points. Jacopo Pizzicato had ten points, followed by Robert Campbell Jr. with eight. For KGN Christoph Horton completed a double-double with 17 points and 13 rebounds. Ian Avales scored eleven points and Thomas Chrisco had eleven rebounds.
In the final game of the day Athletic Feat gave Syar Industries its fourth loss of the season with a 38 to 27 win. Jadyn Satten had 19 points and 10 rebounds in the winning effort. Ruben Pino score 6 points and had six rebounds. In the losing effort Tristan Hug scored thirteen points and Andrew Remboldt had six.

Games will continue Saturday, December 17, 2016 at Napa Valley College, beginning at 9:00 A.M.

Submitted by Jake Wilson, 707-738-8115.

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