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Basketball Regular Season Comes to a Close, NCS Playoffs Next Week

All three Sonoma Academy basketball teams ended the regular seasons last night at Roseland University Prep in Santa Rosa.

The JV boys started the night with a spirited effort that saw them come from a double-digit deficit to take a lead in the second half. Ultimately, the Knights of Roseland would rally to win the game, but it was a great final effort by the JV boys to end their season.

The Varsity girls came out strong and took a nine point lead into halftime, which ballooned to over 20 points in the second half, before winning by a final score of 52-32.

The Varsity boys had the biggest night for the Coyotes, as they upset league champion Roseland Unviersity Prep on their home court, handing the Knights their first league loss of the season with a score of 56-46.

With the wins for the varsity teams both finished in second place in league with a record of 5-3, and will now wait until Sunday to find out their first round opponent, time, and location for next week's North Coast Section Playoff tournament. Brackets will be released on the NCS website.

Congratulations and good luck to both Varsity basketball teams next week.
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