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Rotary opened the Optimist Youth Basketball’s 11th-12th grade division season with a 66-30 victory over short-handed Napa Police Officers Association. Zach Hemmerlin had 16 points and five steals for Rotary, James Bell had 15 points and 14 rebounds, Alex Perez de Leon put up 12 points and had 12 boards, Rodrigo Mendez had 16 rebounds and seven points, Mark Newman grabbed 11 rebounds and scored four points, Allex Hart had six points and two steals, Gage Bement had three points and two steals, and Alec Cornwell added eight boards, four steals, and three points.

Zach Materne’s 12 points and 13 rebounds paced NPOA, Cody Joes had eight points and two steals, Ari Eisenberg had four points and six boards, Colton Maher pulled down eight rebounds, Ben Scudero posted six rebounds and two steals, and Savio Pisani contributed six points, nine boards and two steals.

Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty Law Offices pulled away in the fourth quarter to post a 47-35 win over R&S Glazing, led by Ruhani Odofin’s 12 rebounds, six points, three blocked shots and two steals. Rudy Reyes had eight points and two steals for DPF, Brandon Enriquez had six points and six boards, Xavier Salciedo had five points and four steals, Pedro Ortiz netted seven points, Caledonia Caldera scored six points, Carlos Mendez had eight boards and five points, Christian Hernandez put up four points, and Gilbert Roil and Oscar Gutierrez each had three steals.

Gabe Estrada’s 15 points, 13 rebounds and four steals led R&S, with Quintin Fisher adding six points and six boards, Mikey Simi getting seven rebounds and four points, Jeffrey Swank posting four points and five boards, Manny Olvera getting five rebounds and two steals, and Martin Alvarez posting five boards, four points, three blocked shots and two steals.

Calev Vallejo had 24 points and five rebounds to lead Deputy Sheriff’s Association to a 60-42 victory over Fazerrati’s Pizza, with Leo Dickson adding 12 points, 13 boards, and three steals.

Jacob Midyette scored eight points and pulled down five rebounds for Sheriff’s, Mario Llamas had seven points and four steals, Liam Miller had six points and two steals, and Jordan Richied chipped in three points.

Cameron Kizer had eight points and five boards for Fazerrati’s, Tyson Tanksley got six points and six rebounds, Joey Varela netted six points, Toby Montana scored five points, Eli Souza had four points, and Christian Garcia added three points.

The Sharks came from behind in the fourth quarter to edge Sunrise Rotary, 35-32, paced by 13 points and eight rebounds by JJ Hammond, six points and five boards from Jimmy Whitt, six rebounds and five points by Cesar Garcia, Dylan Paul’s five points, and five boards and four points from Carlos Traves. Joseph Aldridge had 10 points, 11 rebounds and five blocked shots to lead Sunrise Rotary, Juvenal Barajas had eight points and seven steals, Barret Levy scored nine points, Peyton Pettigrew grabbed seven boards, and Alex Velasco netted three points.

AJ Greenlaw and Troy Ghisletta both scored eight points to pace Napa Valley Jewelers to a come-from-behind, 46-42 decision over Nielson Construction. Cole Ridling and Michael Blatteis each netted seven points for Napa Valley Jewelers, Max Olsen had six rebounds and four points, and Hector Sieras scored six points. Elias Dion hit six treys and totaled 23 points for Nielson, Nathan Daniel had seven boards and two steals, Ben Vichi scored four points, and Michael Wyckoff and Tyler Ghisletta each posted three points.

Optimist Girls Middle School Division

Soroptimist 24 McDonald’s 22: Livia Hegberg, along with the rest of her team, celebrated when her winning basket fell through the net as the game’s final buzzer sounded. A hard fought battle saw the game tied with nine seconds left as Hegberg picked up a loose ball and scored the final two of her 19 points as time expired. Aelyn van Gorder scored four points. Twyla Borck played solid defense, tallying eight rebounds.

Chloe Dinsdale led all McDonald’s scorers with seven points. Gianna McDaniel added six points while Bianca Avalos and Quincy Frommelt added five and four points, respectively. Dinsdale also had six rebounds on the day.

Custom House 22, Anette’s Chocolates 12: Madison Poljanec paced her Custom House team with 14 points to go along with her six rebounds. Jillian Towe added four points to accompany her five rebounds and six steals.

Alex Whipple led Anette’s, scoring seven points. Savannah Davis added three points and had five rebounds and five steals. Jasmine Palmas also added two points for Anette’s Chocolates.

The Optimist Girls Middle School division is still accepting applications for the current season. Interested parties should contact Warren Stone at 226-8201 or Matt O’Byrne at 226-2060. Scholarships are available.

JV Girls Basketball

Vintage High School is the host school for the 32nd annual JV Girls Wine Valley Classic Basketball Tournament, which begins Thursday.

In first-round games:

3:30 p.m., Vintage-American Canyon.

5 p.m., Marin Catholic (Kentfield)-Pleasant Valley (Chico).

6:30 p.m., Napa-Rancho Cotate (Rohnert Park).

8 p.m., Justin-Siena-Bethel.

The tournament continues at the same times on Friday.

Saturday’s final-round games start at 10:30 a.m.

Varsity Girls Soccer

San Marin 1, Justin-Siena 0

Justin-Siena lost its Marin County Athletic League opener.

JV Girls Soccer

San Marin 5, Justin-Siena 1

Genesis Celaya scored the only goal for Justin-Siena in a Marin County Athletic League game.

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