Athletic News

Athletic News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Basketball Teams Start League Play, Varsity Teams Continue Winning Streaks

    The Varsity Boys and Girls Basketball teams are both on winning streaks, with victories over Credo High to open league play this past Tuesday night.

    The Varsity Girls went into overtime to defeat the visiting Gryphons, ending with a thrilling 44-38 final score in favor of the Coyotes. The Varsity Boys team captured their win in regulation play with an impressive double digit victory (52-29). The Varsity Girls have now won five games in a row, while the Varsity Boys have now extended their winning streak to six games in a row. In the JV game on Tuesday night, Credo High came out on top, pulling away in the second half for the win.

    All three basketball teams will continue league play on Friday at St. Vincent de Paul in Petaluma. The start times are 5:00 pm for the JV Boys, 6:30 pm for the Varsity Girls, and 8:00 pm for the Varsity Boys. 
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  • Girls Soccer Competitive in North Bay League Play

    The Varsity Girls Soccer team picked up a 2-0 win at Ukiah on Wednesday, improving to 10-1-2 overall and 2-1-1 in North Bay League play. 

    Coyotes opened league play with a win over Analy in December before losing a close matchup to first place Cardinal Newman 1-0.  The Coyotes bounced back to tie Windsor 0-0 before picking up the win against Ukiah. 

    Up next 
    for the Coyotes is a crucial stretch in which they play defending league champions Montgomery High School. Following that, they take on Maria Carrillo, currently tied with Cardinal Newman at the top of the league.
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  • Girls Soccer Opens North Bay League Play with Win Over Analy

    The Coyotes knocked off Analy 2-0 in their opening game in the North Bay League, improving to 8-0 on the season and 1-0 in league play.

    Up next for the Coyotes is a non league game against Casa Grande on Friday at 4:30 pm. Then, the team turns their attention to the always-competitive North Bay League opponents after Winter Break. 

    Similar to last year, the NBL is expected to be the top girls soccer league in the area. Joining Sonoma Academy in the NBL are Montgomery, Maria Carrillo, Cardinal Newman, Windsor, Analy, and Ukiah, with each team playing home and away.  
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  • SA Basketball Teams Learning and Improving

    All three SA basketball teams continue to get better in the non-league portion of their seasons, with each practice and game helping them prepare for league play beginning in mid-January.

    The Varsity Boys Basketball team has lost some very competitive games early on this season, all of them against high quality opponents. The highlight for the Coyotes so far this season was this past Friday, when they went to Elsie Allen and pulled out a double digit victory against a large school opponent.

    The Varsity Girls competed in the Marin Academy Tournament last weekend and finished in third place, their only loss coming to eventual champion St. Bernard's from Eureka.

    The JV boys have had fewer games so far this season, but with a roster that contains only two upperclassmen, the extra practice time has been essential to get them all in sync on both ends of the floor.

    This Friday night, all three teams will host Marin Academy. The JV Boys tip off at 4:30 pm, followed by the Varsity Girls at 6:00 pm and the Varsity Boys at 7:30 pm. This will be the final game for each team before starting back up again in early January. 
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  • Cross Country Captures Three League Titles at CMC Championships

    The Coyotes cross country team dominated the CMC Championships at
    Spring Lake last week, capturing JV Boys, Varsity Boys and Varsity
    Girls league titles. At the CMC Championships, which featured all of
    the small schools in the area, the Coyotes were paced by senior Alex
    Pallais (5th place) and junior Luke Fuette on the boys side (6th

    On the Girls side, sophomore Lucy Gott (2nd place) and
    freshmen Ally Glenn (8th) led the way. For complete results, visit:

    The Coyotes will turn their attention to the NCS Championships on
    Saturday at Hayward High School. The top individual and team
    finishers will advance to the CIF State Championships the following
    weekend in Fresno, California.

    Good luck to the Coyotes!
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