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The Napa High baseball team defeated visiting Santa Rosa 10-4 on Tuesday.

The Indians (2-2) led 10-2 after four innings and got 12 hits from Brandon Herter 3 for 4, double, three RBIs, run), Nathan Jessell (3 for 4, double two RBIs, three runs), Jason Pridy (2 for 4, RBI, two runs), Charles Gravett (1 for 2, RBI), winning pitcher Trent Maher (1 for 1, RBI, three walks, run) and Caden Cortese (1 for 4, run).

Also contributing were Andrew Raymond (sacrifice fly, RBI, walk) and James Palm (sacrifice fly, RBI) and Omar Gonzalez (run), Colton Maher (two walks, run).

American Canyon 3, Armijo 3, 8 innings

The Wolves (0-2-1) battled to a tie with visiting Armijo on Tuesday. The teams began a ninth inning, with Armijo scoring a run in the top half. But with American Canyon runners at first and second base in the bottom half, the umpires called the game due to darkness and the score reverted back to the last completed inning.

Freddy Tenbrink (2 for 4, double, RBI, run) and Victor Vega (2 for 4, stolen base, run) led the Wolves’ seven-hit attack. Also contributing offensively were Jordan Fisher (1 for 5), Caleb Vallejo (1 for 2), Cameron Peters (1 for 3, two walks), Elijah DeGuzman (two walks, RBI), Jimmy Larson (sacrifice bunt, two walks, stolen base, run), Gustavo Ramirez (sacrifice bunt) and Liam Miller (hit by a pitch).

Vanden 6, Vintage 1

The Crushers (2-1) managed only two hits in Tuesday’s home loss, by Nolan Brown (1 for 2, walk) and Max Phipps (1 for 3). Eli Wood drew two walks and Jason Brandow one.

St. Helena 7, Healdsburg 3

Stephen Collins struck out eight batters and scattered five hits in a six-inning gem to lead the Saints (1-4) to their first win on the road Tuesday. He allowed two unearned runs and walked two batters in the 90-pitch outing.

Despite being out-hit by the Greyhounds, 7-4, the Saints capitalized on five errors and multiple miscues to build their lead. With a 2-1 advantage in the fifth inning, the Saints loaded the bases with two outs and showed some patience at the plate as Caleb Jeske (2 for 3, two RBIs, run, walk) and Casey Walker (three RBIs, two walks) earned back-to-back RBI walks to increase their lead to 4-1.

In the next inning the visitors earned some breathing room. Luis Robledo (1 for 4, RBI, run) forced an error on a hard ground ball that scored Caleb Granados, who also reached on an error to open the frame. Later in the inning, an RBI single from Jeske and another bases-loaded walk by Walker opened a 7-1 edge for the Saints.

Varsity Boys Tennis

Vacaville 6, Napa 3

The Indians got singles wins from No. 1 Daniel Mateescu over Cooper Freeze, 6-0, 6-0, No. 2 Ashur Webster over Nick Ward, 6-0, retired, and No. 5 Victor Lua over Severen Hamachen, 6-1, 6-4, in Tuesday Monticello Empire League home loss.

Vacaville got singles wins from No. 3 Brandon Mory over Daniel DiPascua, 6-0, 6-4, No. 4 AJ Gathright over Eric Navarro, 7-5, 4-6, 6-2, and No. 6 Owen Sarty over Beau Parriott, 2-6, 6-1, 6-1.

The Bulldogs got doubles wins at No. 1 from Joel Coffee and Colly Donner over Julian Sosa and Daniel Sandoval, 6-1, 6-3, at No. 2 from Daniel Crest and Reid Digman over Jonas Kreer and Isaiah Orozco, 6-3, 6-1, and at No. 3 from Logan Majors and Dominic Indelicato over Luc Core and David Silva, 6-3, 6-1.

College Men’s Golf

Storm compete in Big 8 tourney

Jarrett Hill shot a 77, Robby Hess an 85, Steve Plate a 91, Austin Barlow a 98 and Kyle Dozier a 99 for Napa Valley in Big 8 Conference Tournament No. 4 on Monday at The Reserve at Spanos Park in Stockton. Hill tied for third place individually.

JV Baseball

St. Helena 9, Healdsburg 3

The Saints (2-2) put on an offensive clinic on the road Tuesday, rallying from an early 2-0 deficit and scoring in each of the last five innings to cruise to a comfortable victory.

In the 11-hit performance, every player in the St. Helena lineup showed up in the box score, led by Sam Coltrin (3 for 5, two RBIs, run) and Stacey Nelson (3 for 4, three runs, RBI.

Liam Gilson and Javin Yorgensen both finished 1 for 3 with a walk and steal. Jackson Dena was 1 for 4 with a walk, a run and a steal. Emmet Bowen went 1 for 5 with a run, Jonathan Gamble was 1 for 4 with an RBI, Gabe Cornejo scored twice and recorded an RBI, and Conlan Harrington had a run and an RBI.

Coltrin was the Saints starting pitcher. He tossed 66 pitches over four innings and gave up three runs on four hits, one walk and struck out five. Nelson pitched three shutout innings to seal the win, allowing one hit, one walk and fanned five batters.

Optimist Youth Basketball

9th-10th Grade Boys Division

Long Electric defeated Napa Valley Ortho 61-33. Raymond Mautlich led LEC with 18 points, six steals and nine rebounds, followed by Matthew Commander, who also scored 18 points. George Bolan scored 10 points and Blake Hoban had seven. For NVO, Noah Parker had 15 points and Chris Soto scored eight.

Javco Window and Glass beat General Equipment 36-33 by scoring 11 fourth-quarter points. Dylan Payne led JAV, scoring 17 points, including five 3-point shots. Gary Yates added 10 points and Diego Alonso and Trevon Cholmondeley each had four points and 11 rebounds. Loren Castro had 17 points for GEM to go with his 10 rebounds and Jacson Cole had six points.

Physical Therapy Center led the entire game, defeating Your Home Nursing 56-29. Jonathan Basulto and Angel Ochoa each scored 15 points with Basulto getting nine rebounds and four steals. Juan Castor had eight points, Christian Dal Poerto had seven, and Matt Helms had five points and 10 rebounds. Julian Silverthorn scored 10 points for YHN, Seth Ponciano and Casey Peck each had eight points, and Nick Raymond had 11 rebounds.

Mark Coleman Insurance scored four points in the first quarter but then caught fire, defeating R.E. Maher, 55-21. Sam Brovellui scored 11 points to go along with 12 rebounds for MCI, while Aiden Philips added 14 points with four 3-pointers, and Nathaniel Allen had 10 points and 12 rebounds. Demarco Bell scored 14 points for REM and Carlos Caneras had three points to go with his 15 rebounds.