Dominican men wipe out 20-point deficit
Jaayden Bush led a balanced offensive assault because the Dominican University men’s basketball crew rallied from a 20-point gap for a 77-72 street win in opposition to Cal State Monterey Bay on Sunday.
The Penguins (3-3) trailed by 19 factors on the half after which outscored the Otters 49-25 the remainder of the way in which. Bush had 24 factors within the sport, one among 5 Penguins in double figures.
Garrett Siebels adopted with 14 factors, PJ Volz and Justin Brown every added 12 factors and Marcus McCutchen 11.
The Penguins shot 69.2 % within the second half after being held to 42.3 % capturing within the first half. The Dominican opened the second half on a 17-2 run to tug inside 49-45.
Monterey Bay pushed the result in 60-52. The Penguins responded with a 10-0 run and by no means trailed after that.
Monterey Bay tied the sport at 68-68 with 2 minutes, 33 seconds left to play. Brown and Bush responded with back-to-back leap photographs to push the Dominican result in 72-68 and the Penguins hit free throws within the remaining minute to carry on for the win.
Basketball for boys
Parks Thommes scored 10 straight factors within the second quarter to assist San Rafael to a 59-43 win in opposition to Albany on Saturday. Thommes had 14 factors and 5 steals.
Gio Brovelli leads with 17 factors and added 4 assists. Marcos Tolliver had a robust all-around sport with 9 factors, 11 rebounds and 4 blocks.
Basketball for ladies
Sophia Everett had 12 factors and 6 rebounds, however San Rafael fell to Justin Siena 48-33 on Saturday. Ellie Diaz grabbed 9 rebounds and had 4 factors, whereas Stephania Chimal completed with 5 factors and 5 rebounds.
Redwood seniors Nikolao Sellers and Evan Daley each captured particular person championships at their residence health club in the course of the annual Redwood Rumble in Larkspur on Saturday.
Sellers took first place within the 126-pound class with a 5-0 determination over freshman Wyatt Sandoval from powerhouse Vacaville. Daley scored a fast fall on Ukiah senior Henry Meyer to win first place at 195 kilos.
The Giants’ Ali Hamzia (2-1) positioned second after dropping to Benicia’s Nicholas Trujillo at 120 kilos. Tam sophomore Alexander Spallas completed 2-3 to put sixth within the class.
At 138 kilos, Redwood senior Josh Littleton suffered an harm earlier than his remaining match and positioned fourth. Tam senior Marco Spallas positioned seventh with a win over Archbishop Riordan’s Mark Balestier to complete 2-2 on the day.
Novato junior Ikaika Madayag went 2-2 and positioned fourth at 145 kilos, whereas junior John McKenzie (2-2) of Archie Williams positioned sixth.
Terra Linda senior Amrit Cheema (2-2) positioned sixth at 160 kilos, whereas Tam junior Robert Jevarian needed to forfeit his remaining match to put eighth.
Tam junior Decker Scholnick (1-2) positioned sixth after a troublesome remaining at 220 kilos.
Consolation champions included: Redwood’s Nate Olsan (132), Novato’s Alexander Tejada (152), Alex McKenzie (160) and Archie Williams’ Leonello Marcucci (220).
Vacaville defeated Casa Grande to take residence the crew championship. Redwood positioned sixth, with Archie Williams 18th, Tam nineteenth and Novato twentieth. Terra Linda was thirtieth.
Justin Shern ran the 4,000 meters in 13:14 to turn into the Boys 13-14 Region 14 champion at Willow Hills in Folsom on Sunday. Shern was one among 5 Marin Waves to qualify for nationals.
Annie Carmona (Girls 17-18) positioned third within the 5,000 meters in 23:26. Farah Allen (Girls 13-14) was sixth within the 4,000 in 15:07. Colin Claxon (Boys 7-8) was sixth with a time of 8:31. Finally, Ben Friedland (Boys 13-14) certified by putting nineteenth within the 4000 with a time of 14:55.