The Vintage High boys basketball team fell to Antelope, 59-34, in the first round of the 44th Wine Valley Tournament at Napa High on Thursday afternoon.

The Crushers trailed by only seven points after each of the first two quarters, but were outscored 19-5 in the third.

Imani Lopez led Vintage with 10 points, while David Fernandez added six and Jared Rendon and Damian Alfaro each scored four. Abrahan Cortez and Hunter Gutierrez scored three apiece, and Davis Chandler and Blake Murray each had two.

Kameron Warrens led Antelope (2-0) with 22 points, and DeAngelo Pickens added nine.

The Crushers (0-2) were coming off Saturday night’s 50-37 home loss to Northgate-Walnut Creek, in which Rendon had 14 points and Lopez 11 to lead the way.

On Friday, Vintage will play Pioneer-Woodland (0-2) at 3:30 p.m. and Antelope (2-0) will face Bethel (1-0) in a 6:30 p.m. semifinal.

Napa 68, Delta 15

The Indians cruised into the semifinals of the Wine Valley Tournament with a rout Thursday night, jumping out to a 21-7 lead after one quarter and extending it to 37-10 by halftime and 54-13 after three quarters.

Joe Carnazola led the way with 12 points, the senior scoring 11 in the first quarter, while junior Vince O’Kelley added 11 for the night. Supplying nine points apiece were junior Zach Swim and sophomore Danny Ruiz, who had two 3-pointers.

Rounding out Napa’s scoring were seniors Manatasu Nakaima (eight), Sammy Morales (seven), Mitch Hippauf (six), Charles Gravett (four) and Alex Kokotas (two).

The Indians (2-0) play in Friday’s 8 p.m. semifinal against El Capitan-Merced (3-0), a 67-61 winner over Vallejo.

Chris Folk had 10 points with two treys to lead Delta (0-2). Deaviante Beamon chipped in three points and Kyle Allen two for the Saints, who face Vallejo (1-1) at 5 p.m. Friday.

American Canyon 75, Analy 43

The Wolves had five players score in double figures in their season opener at home Tuesday night.

Malik Ghiden had 17 points, Oliver Aandahl scored 12, and Kyle Tabas, Davin Lusung and John Wade each had 10.

Varsity Girls Basketball

St. Patrick-St. Vincent 68, Justin-Siena 44

Playing the first regular-season home game in newly renovated Dan Clark Gym on Tuesday night, the Braves (0-2) took their last lead in the second quarter before the Bruins closed the half on a 15-0 run for a 37-20 lead.

Justin-Siena pulled within 48-40 by the end of the third quarter behind three 3-pointers from Mary Minigan – who had a career-high 15 points – but St. Pat’s pulled away in the fourth.

Ashlee Whittemore also had a big night with 12 points, 14 rebounds and two assists for the Braves, and Ally Jackson had 10 points, five rebounds and four assists.

Emmy Morrison supplied three points and six rebounds, Karlie Wells had two points and three rebounds, Ella Thatcher added two points while playing very well defensively, and Kiran Monteverdi grabbed seven rebounds and dished two assists.

“Overall, we are proud of the effort and execution we had in this game,” Justin-Siena head coach Andy Bettencourt said. “We did not shoot the ball well at all, and were still right in the game going into the four4th quarter. We have to do a better job of rebounding on the defensive end of the floor to give teams less opportunities to score. We are confident that we will continue to get better and happy with the progress of our team so far.”

The Braves’ next game is at 4 p.m. Dec. 6 against El Molino in the first round of the Redwood Empire Invitational at Healdsburg.

Varsity Girls Soccer

Woodland 3, American Canyon 0

The battle of Wolves saw the hosts drop their season opener at home Tuesday night after allowing three goals in the first half. Greta Fast took over in the net after halftime and pitched a shutout.

JV Girls Soccer

American Canyon 5, Woodland 0

Karina Esqueda had two goals, Tanya Rivas had a goal and assist, Jocelyn Jimenez and Saleena Bains each had a goal, and Jacqueline Vega had an assist for the Wolves in Tuesday night’s season-opening win at home.

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