California avenges earlier loss to San Ramon Valley

California avenges earlier loss to San Ramon Valley

Boys basketball

Among the many goals that California has this season, beating San Ramon Valley was at the top of the list.

The Grizzlies – ranked seventh in the Bay Area News Group – hadn’t beaten the Wolves since 2018. Earlier in the season, California lost to the Wolves by six points in the championship game of the SRV tournament.

But Friday night, in front of a packed home crowd in San Ramon, California upset the Bay Area News Group’s No. 2 team with a 62-58 win in East Bay Athletic League play.

California improved to 14-4 overall and 2-0 in league play.

Kellen Torrey (21 points), Amari Gray (19 points) and Adam Zalami (11 points) scored in double figures for California.

“We’re going to treat each league game as if it were a championship game,” California coach Steve Ohlmeyer said. “We have to prepare for it that way. Mentally, physically and everything else, because that’s what you have to do in this league.”


Will Ambige scored 13 points and Danny Drucker had 11 points for San Ramon Valley, which fell to 15-3, 0-2.

The Wolves lost at home to Dougherty Valley on Tuesday.

No. 1 Dougherty Valley 53, No. 8 Granada 46

Ryan Beasley scored 24 points and Conner Sevilla added 16 points for Dougherty Valley (17-1, 2-0) in its win over host Granada (14-4, 1-1) in an EBAL game. Andrew McKeever scored 24 points for Granada.

No. 3 De La Salle 46, Amador Valley 35

Evan Wells (18 points), Billy Haggerty (12 points) and Alec Blair (10 points) scored in double figures for De La Salle in its road win over Amador Valley in an EBAL game. De La Salle improved to 13-4, 2-1. Amador Valley slipped to 9-7, 0-2.

No. 4 Archbishop Mitty 85, Sacred Heart Cathedral 48

Mitty, playing at home, extended its winning streak to six games with a victory over Sacred Heart Cathedral in West Catholic Athletic League play. Derek Sangster (22 points), Gavin Ripp (10 points) and Nathan d’Abreau Noronha (10 points) led the way for the winning side. Fedrick Pernell scored 19 points for SHC. Mitty improved to 12-2, 4-0 heading into its showdown Tuesday at Archbishop Riordan. SHC fell to 7-6, 1-2.

No. 5 Archbishop Riordan 55, Valley Christian 34

Achillies Woodson scored 14 points and Andrew Hilman had 11 points in Riordan’s win over host Valley Christian in a WCAL game. Riordan extended its winning streak to five games and improved to 11-2, 4-0. Valley Christian fell to 6-8, 1-2.

No. 6 Clayton Valley 65, Acalanes 58

After ending Campolindo’s 36-game league winning streak on Wednesday, Clayton Valley had no letdown as the Ugly Eagles beat visiting Acalanes in a Diablo Athletic League Foothill Division game. Austin Drollinger (19 points), James Moore (19 points) and Elijah Perryman (13 points) led the way for Clayton Valley, which extended its winning streak to seven games to improve to 15-2, 4-0. Acalanes fell to 10-6, 2-1

No. 9 Salesian 63, St. Patrick-St. Vincent 43

Salesian (12-6, 4-0), playing on the road in Vallejo, won its fifth in a row with a victory over St. Patrick-St. Vincent (9-8, 2-2) in a Tri-County Athletic League Rock Division game. Alvin Loving scored 15 points, Elias Obenyah had 14 points and Amani Johnson scored 12 points for the winning side.

No. 10 Campolindo 85, Las Lomas 54

Campolindo (11-5, 3-1) bounced back from a loss to Clayton Valley with a rout of host Las Lomas (10-8, 2-2) in a DAL Foothill Division game. Logan Robeson (31 points), Shane O’Reilly (26 points) and Dylan Mansour (11 points) were the scoring leaders for Campo.

Girls basketball

No. 2 Archbishop Mitty 79, St. Francis 30

McKenna Woliczko led the way with 25 points in Mitty’s road victory over St. Francis in WCAL play. Mitty improved to 12-2, 3-0. St. Francis fell to 8-7, 1-2.

No. 9 San Ramon Valley 66, No. 19 California 39

San Ramon Valley rolled past visiting California in an EBAL game. Sofia Bowes scored 21 points, Amanda Kerner had 11 points and Sierra Chambers added 10 points for SRV (14-4, 3-0). California fell to 12-5, 2-1.

No. 12 Heritage 73, Antioch 33

Amanda Muse scored 17 points in Heritage’s home win over Antioch in Bay Valley Athletic League play. The UCLA-bound standout scored her 1,000th career point along the way, making her the fourth player in program history to achieve the honor. Kimora McLemore added 15 points and Kendall McClure scored 10 points for Heritage, which improved to 13-3, 2-0. Antioch fell to 6-11, 0-1.

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