Spring sports are in full swing with baseball, softball, track and field all in action while sports like lacrosse and golf have started or are about to start.
Credo High School Women’s Basketball: The Gryphons season wrapped up with a 57-38 loss at the hands of Forest Lake Christian in the first round of the 2020 CIF State Girls Basketball Championship. The girls finished the season 14-13 and with the number of young players on the squad, they have the opportunity to improve next season and be one of the teams to watch for the community.
Credo High School Men’s Golf: The Gryphon start their season this Thursday with a match at Rooster Run Golf Course in Petaluma. This is part of the Coastal Mountain Conference South Division matches.
Credo High School Baseball: The boys are 3-0 after a perfect week. The Gryphon beat Cloverdale High School 3-0 and then Antioch High School 7-5. The boys have another road game this week with a game in San Anselmo against San Domenico High School.
Rancho Cotate Men’s Baseball: The Cougars are 0-4 to start their season after losses against Windsor and Cardinal Newman High School last week. The game against Newman was the first of three consecutives for the Cougars. The next game was Wednesday at 4 p.m. .at Rancho Cotate and then Friday the 13 at 4 p.m. on Newman’s home field.
Rancho Cotate Women’s Softball: After a 10-3 loss against Vanden High School, the girls travel home to start a five-game home stretch that starts Thursday against San Marin High School. After that the Cougars play Alhambra High School this Saturday at 3 p.m.
Rancho Boys’ Golf: The boys had their second match of the season Tuesday afternoon against Healdsburg High School. This is the last tune-up match before league play starts March 23.
Rancho Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls have started off their season with two losses against Petaluma High School and San Marin. This Thursday the Cougars are looking to get in the win column against Terra Linda High School. The game starts at 7 p.m. and is the girls’ first home game of the season. After that the girls play Friday night against Sonoma Academy, that game starts at 5 p.m.
Technology High School Baseball: The Titans are 2-3 after back to back victories against Making Waves Academy. The boys started the season off 0-3 and have now won two in a row and had a home game Tuesday night against Potter Valley. The Titans close out the week with a Thursday night battle against Drew High School.
Technology High School Golf: Like Credo High School, the Titans will play in the Coastal Mountain Conference South Division match at Rooster Run Golf Course this coming Thursday. This will be the first match of the season for both Credo and Technology High School. After Thursday the boys will have matches every week through April.
Technology High School: The Titans boys and girls competed Saturday in the Big Cat Invitational. The Big Cat is one of the biggest meets of the season, so this was a good tune-up for the Titans as they get ready for a long season.