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NCS baseball/softball scores

By Ben Enos
Saturday, May 29th, 2010 at 9:39 pm in Baseball, Softball.

Here are the results from an interesting Saturday of NCS action.

Baseball

Division I 

Friday’s quarterfinals

Foothill 4, Heritage 2

James Logan 5, Bishop O’Dowd 4

Saturday’s quarterfinals

Amador Valley 3, Deer Valley 2 (8 inn.)

California 17, San Ramon Valley 12 (8 inn.)

Wednesday’s semifinals

James Logan at Amador Valley, 5 p.m.

California at Foothill, 5 p.m.

Division II

Friday’s quarterfinals

Campolindo 4, Rancho Cotate 0

Saturday’s quarterfinals

Clayton Valley 14, Cardinal Newman 0

Alameda 11, Montgomery 0

Redwood 3, Petaluma 2

Wednesday’s semifinals

Alameda at Clayton Valley, 5 p.m.

Redwood at Campolindo, 5 p.m.

Division III

Friday’s quarterfinal

Miramonte 20, Novato 3

Saturday’s quarterfinals

Sir Francis Drake 2, Albany 1

El Cerrito 5, Arcata 4

Encinal 8, Alhambra 7

Wednesday’s semifinals

Albany/Drake winner at Miramonte, 5 p.m.

El Cerrito at Encinal, 5 p.m.

Division IV

Friday’s quarterfinals

Marin Catholic 7, St. Joseph Notre Dame 3

St. Mary’s 11, Healdsburg 2

Saturday’s quarterfinals

St. Patrick-St. Vincent 11, Salesian 7

Justin-Siena-Napa 4, Berean Christian 2

Tuesday’s semifinal

Marin Catholic at St. Patrick-St. Vincent, 5 p.m.

Wednesday’s semifinal

Justin-Siena at St. Mary’s, 5 p.m.

Division V

Friday’s quarterfinals

Marin Academy 3, Stuart Hall 2

St. Vincent-Petaluma 3, Fremont Christian 0

Head-Royce 3, Valley Christian 2

Saturday’s quarterfinal

Redwood Christian 4, College Prep 1

Tuesday’s semifinal

Head-Royce at St. Vincent-Petaluma, 5 p.m.

Wednesday’s semifinal

Marin Academy vs. Redwood Christian, at Fremont Christian, 5 p.m.

Division VI

Saturday’s semifinals

St. Bernard 7, Rincon Valley Christian 2

Ferndale 18, Point Arena 1

June 5 championship

Ferndale at St. Bernard-Eureka, 4 p.m.

Softball

Division I

Friday’s quarterfinals

Newark Memorial 7, Berkeley 1

James Logan 3, American 0

Saturday’s quarterfinals

Freedom 8, Monte Vista 3

Heritage 1, Antioch 0

Wednesday’s semifinals

Heritage at Freedom, 5 p.m.

Newark Memorial at James Logan, 6 p.m.

Division II

Friday’s quarterfinals

Rancho Cotate 5, Windsor 4

Pinole Valley 5, Clayton Valley 1

Saturday’s quarterfinals

Montgomery 3 Redwood 1

Concord 1, Petaluma 0

Tuesday’s semifinal

Pinole Valley at Rancho Cotate. 5 p.m.

Wednesday’s semifinal

Montgomery at Concord, 5 p.m.

Division III

Saturday’s quarterfinals

Bishop O’Dowd 5, San Marin 4 (8 inn.)

Acalanes 2, Albany 1 (9 inn.)

Tamalpais vs. Moreau Catholic, late

Analy 3, Alhambra 0

Wednesday’s semifinals

Acalanes vs. Bishop O’Dowd, at Larry Standley Field, 7 p.m.

Tamalpais/Moreau winner at Analy, 5 p.m.

Division IV

Saturday’s quarterfinals

St. Patrick-St. Vincent 11, McKinleyville 2

Cloverdale 6, Justin-Siena 5 (9 inn.)

Clear Lake 10, Fort Bragg 2

Berean Christian 9, Marin Catholic 6

Wednesday’s semifinals

Cloverdale at St. Patrick-St. Vincent, 5 p.m.

Berean Christian at Clear Lake, 5 p.m.

Division V

Saturday’s quarterfinals

College Prep 3, Upper Lake 0

Marin Academy 17, Valley Christian 0

St. Bernard 9, Calistoga 0

Urban 2, Head-Royce 1

Wednesday’s semifinals

Marin Academy vs. College Prep, at Oceanview Albany Park, 4 p.m.

Urban vs. St. Bernard, at Washington Park, 5p.m.

Division VI

Saturday’s semifinals

Tomales 4, Potter Valley 0

Ferndale 9, Laytonville 1

June 5 championship

Ferndale at Tomales, 2 p.m.

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  • http://Ibabuzz Island02

    Well there it is Alameda vs Clayton , that should be one hell of a game !
    Go Hornets!

  • Eagle Eye

    Clayton should pound alameda.

  • Prep Fan

    So, the D1 baseball finals will be at Dougherty HS on Saturday, time TBA. It would be nice to have the D2 & D3 finals at the same location.

    Cal tops SRV to get to the semis for the second year in a row. Not a bad effort for a team picked by the Times to finish last in the EBAL this year. Many were critical of their NCS seeding, but they beat Castro Valley and SRV both on the road.

  • Oski

    Heritage Softball gets no mention in CC Times once again I see! Their Freshman first baseman Aliciana Ramirez has been nails in the post season, and that’s after dislocating her finger last week. No article any where about her pinch hit, walk off double off the center field fence to beat College Park, or about her RBI triple off of Paris Imholtz in the 1st inning of their quarterfinal playoff win over Antioch. Two games, two game winning RBI!

    Also, Sophmore pitcher Lisa Rodrigues has been on fire in the circle, dealing out back to back shut outs. Should be a great game on Wednesday versus Freedom.

  • http://ibabuzz island02

    Eagle Eye…..my Hornets 16-11, like I said one hell of a game!