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Joe Carnazola scored 19 points and had eight rebounds, Zach Swim scored 10 points and had four assists, Brock Bowers had nine points and eight rebounds, and Mitch Hippauf had six points and 10 rebounds to lead the Napa High School boys basketball team to a 67-49 Monticello Empire League win Tuesday over Armijo.

Stephen Blume had seven points and two steals for Napa (10-15 overall, 3-5 MEL).

Danny Ruiz scored 10 points and played his best game of the year, according to coach Zack Cook.

Vince O’Kelley, Sammy Morales and Alex Kokotas played well defensively off the bench, said Cook.

Redwood 47, Justin-Siena 29

Redwood’s size and strength proved to the difference in defeating Justin-Siena. Redwood out-scored Justin-Siena 24-14 in the paint.

Cole Cummings scored 14 points to lead the Braves (10-14 overall, 3-10 Marin County Athletic League). He also secured seven rebounds.

Liam McDevitt scored seven points and Barrett Donohoe scored four points.

Varsity Girls Basketball

Redwood 62, Justin-Siena 36

It was “Senior Night” for Justin-Siena’s Ally Jackson, Mary Minigan and Emmy Morrison.

The Braves (12-12 overall, 6-7 Marin County Athletic League) played much better against Redwood the second time around, staying close the entire first half and being down 27-19 going into halftime.

Redwood, however, pulled away in the third quarter and put it away in the fourth quarter.

Ashlee Whittemore scored 16 points and had four rebounds and two steals to lead the Braves.

Ally Jackson (nine points, five rebounds, two steals), Emmy Morrison (five points, two rebounds), Mary Minigan (three points, two assists), Mikhaela Cepeda (three points), and Karlie Wells (two rebounds) also stood out.

“I thought we played much better than the score indicated,” said coach Andy Bettencourt. “We were able to limit turnovers and their offensive rebounds for the most part, and we got a good amount of open shots, and just weren’t able to convert enough of them to keep up.

“Overall, still a good night as we got to honor three seniors who have meant a lot to this program and school. They are a great group of kids and it has been a privilege to coach them the past three years. We are hoping to keep their senior seasons going as long as possible.”

Saints still searching for a league win

St. Helena is 2-20 overall and 0-11 in the North Central League I, dropping its three most recent games, falling to Kelseyville at home Tuesday, 58-13, and on the road last week at Willits, 54-28, and Middletown, 52-13.

Against the Knights, Citlalli Garcia scored nine points and Lisa Lord had three.

Against the Wolverines on Friday, Lord had 10 points and Andrea Hernandez scored eight.

Against the Mustangs last Tuesday, Hernandez led the Saints with nine.

JV Boys Basketball

Vacaville 73, Vintage 69

Vintage (11-9 overall, 4-4 Monticello Empire League) was led by Luke Williams with 16 points and 13 rebounds, Josh McCormick scored 11 points and had three 3-point baskets, and Logan Nothman and Everett Mitchell each had 10 points.

Ethan Hemmerlin scored eight points.

Vintage was ahead by eight points with four minutes to play.

Vacaville went on a 14-0 run.

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