NOTES AND QUOTES for a Wednesday in the Napa Valley:

The California Pacific Conference honored Pacific Union College’s Josh Jewett, a senior post player, and Carla Bartlett, a senior guard, as its men’s and women’s players of the week. The CalPac basketball awards are for the dates of Dec. 12-18.

Jewett, a native of Scottsdale, Ariz., had a double double in the Pioneers’ lone game over the weekend, an 81-75 victory over West Coast Baptist College of Lancaster, Calif. It was the first win of the season for Pacific Union (1-8 overall). Jewett scored 22 points, had 15 rebounds and two steals in the game.

As of Dec. 17, Jewett was third in the conference in offensive rebounds per game (2.4) and defensive rebounds (4.2), fourth in rebounds (6.6), seventh in points per game (13.6) and in three-point field goals (1.3), eighth in field goal percentage (46.4), ninth in free-throw percentage (73.5) and 13th in three-point field goal percentage (30).

Bartlett, a native of Banning, Calif., scored 22 points and had two rebounds, nine assists and one steal in the Pioneers’ 1-0 week. They won 77-32 over NCAA Division III member California Institute of Technology on Sunday at The Covered Wagon in Angwin, improving to 4-3 on the year.

As of Dec. 18, Bartlett was first in the conference in assists per game (3.8), second in points per game (15.3), fourth in free-throw percentage (72.7) and defensive rebounds per game (4.7), sixth in rebounds per game (6.1), eighth in steals per game (1.7), ninth in three-point field goal percentage (31.8), 14th in field goal percentage (35.7) and three-point field goals per game (1), and 15th in offensive rebounds per game (1.4).

The CalPac season for Pacific Union men’s and women’s teams starts in January.

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Kathleen Scavo, a Justin-Siena High School freshman, is entered in the Joanne Winter Arizona Silver Belle Championship Dec. 28-30 at Whirlwind Golf Club in Chandler, Ariz. The 54-hole event is a leading national junior tournament pairing girls and women ages 13 to 23.

Scavo was fifth at the CIF/California Golf Association/Northern California Golf Association Girls High School State Championship this past fall, shooting a 2-over-par 74 at Poppy Hills Golf Course at Pebble Beach.

Previously, Scavo tied for second place in the Northern California Championship, shooting 72 at the Stanford University Golf Course, and was second with a round of 71 at the North Coast Section Division I Championship at Las Positas Golf Course in Livermore.

As a team, Justin-Siena won the North Coast Section Div. II title at the Chuck Corica Golf Course in Alameda.

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Trinity Prep’s Jordan Franklin and two Justin-Siena players, Trey Boles and Craig Moore, were recognized among the “California Stat Stars” through boys basketball games of Dec. 13.

Franklin had a big scoring stretch over three games. He combined for 108 points in games against Tomales, Calistoga and Summerfield Waldorf.

Boles (23 points, eight rebounds, five steals, three assists) and Moore (23 points, eight rebounds, four assists) combined to lead Justin-Siena over American Canyon, 69-44.

David Ahern of Marin Catholic-Kentfield also made the list, averaging 22 points per game as the Wildcats won the Healdsburg Tournament. He also had 20 assists over the three games.

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De La Salle-Concord has been named as the 2011 ESPNHS Cal-Hi Sports State Team of the Year. The Spartans went 13-1, beating Westlake-Westlake Village, 35-0, in Saturday’s CIF State Football Bowl Championship open division game in Carson.

It was De La Salle’s third straight championship and its fourth since the modern era of the state bowl games in 2006.

It was also De La Salle’s 15th State Team of the Year honor.

Email Napa Valley Register Executive Sports Editor Marty James at mjames@napanews.com or call 256-2223.

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