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The local high school basketball tournaments try again.
Three schools have seen the basketball tournaments they are hosting thrown upside down by the big storm that came through the area on Thursday.  Of course, considering some of the damage done in the area, rescheduling a basketball tournament doesn’t rate very high.
It appears one of the areas that got slammed the most was Healdsburg.   Of course, that city’s is hosting one of the three local tournaments this weekend.
That is the 66th Redwood Empire Invitational Basketball Tournament, which is the longest running high school basketball tournament in Northern California.   Of the three tournaments in the area this weekend, this is the only one that beat the storm and got things started.
It is also the tournament affected the most by the storm.
While the Rose City in Cardinal Newman and McMillan Invitational in Cloverdale rescheduled their tournaments to play two rounds on Saturday, the tournament in Healdsburg has changed its format to a round robin.
It has made for some challenging scheduling.  Like the other tournaments, most teams will be playing two games on Saturday.   The only ones who don’t are three of the Boys teams that did play on Wednesday.  They have close to a normal weekend.   In fact they will play three games before some teams play any.
The Healdsburg tournament is being played at two gyms, the high school and junior high.
Here is the schedule
BOYS
WEDNESDAY RESULTS
Windsor 64 Justin Siena 40
John Swett 58 Healdsburg 41
FRIDAY SCHEDULE
AT HEALDSBURG HIGH
4 pm…Windsor vs. Maria Carrillo
5:30…Justin Siena vs.Willits
8:30…Leadership vs. Healdsburg
AT HEALDSBURG JUNIOR HIGH
5 pm…Tomales vs. John Swett
SATURDAY
AT HEALDSBURG HIGH
11:30…Maria Carrillo vs. Justin Siena
1 pm…Leadership vs. John Swett
5:30…Tomales vs. Healdsburg
AT HEALDSBURG JUNIOR HIGH
9:30…Tomales vs. Leadership
2 pm…Maria Carrillo vs. Willits
5 pm…Windsor vs. Willits
GIRLS
WEDNESDAY RESULTS
Novato 51 Clear Lake 36
FRIDAY SCHEDULE
AT HEALDSBURG HIGH
7 pm…Leadership (Hayward) vs. Healdsburg
AT HEALDSBURG JUNIOR HIGH
6:30…Middletown vs. Analy
8 pm…Maria Carrillo vs. Willits
SATURDAY
AT HEALDSBURG HIGH
10 am…Clear Lake vs. Healdsburg
2:30…Middletown vs. Maria Carrillo
4 pm…Leadership vs. Novato
7 pm…Novato vs. Healdsburg (Game played only if Friday Games are played)
AT HEALDSBURG JUNIOR HIGH
11 am…Willits vs. Middletown
12:30…Leadership vs. Clear Lake…Note:  If Friday Games are cancelled this game would be Leadership vs. Healdsburg)
3:30…Analy vs. Willits
6:30…Analy vs. Maria Carrillo
 
The other two tournaments also try to get going tonight.
Here is a reminder of the schedule of those two tournaments.
ROSE CITY AT CARDINAL NEWMAN HIGH SCHOOL
FRIDAY
Game 1: 3:30—Rancho Cotate vs. St. Mary’s (Berkeley)
Game 2: 5 pm—Elsie Allen vs. San Marin
Game 3: 6:30—Redwood vs. Santa Rosa
Game 4: 8 pm—Cardinal Newman vs. Central Catholic
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JOHN MCMILLAN INVITATONAL AT CLOVERDALE HIGH SCHOOL
FRIDAY
Game 1: 4 pm…St Helena vs. Roseland Prep University
Game 2: 5:30…Granada vs. Berean Christian
Game 3: 7:00 pm…St Vincent vs. Balboa
Game 4: 8:30…Clear Lake vs. Cloverdale
The second and third round of both of these tournaments will be played on Saturday.   The three tournaments will have a combined 24 games played on Saturday.
The SRJC Women Tournament did get going.  That wasn’t good news for SRJC, who lost its opening round game to Southwestern Oregon 56-53.  That by far was the closest game of the day.   All three of the other first round games were decided by 20 points or more.
THURSDAY RESULTS
Ohlone 86 Mendocino 34
No. 19 San Joaquin Delta 69 Redwoods 39
San Francisco 61 Feather River 41
Southwestern Oregon 56 SRJC 53
FRIDAY SCHEDULE
2 pm…Mendocino (0-5) vs.Redwoods (4-6)
4 pm…Feather River (8-5) vs. SRJC (3-4)
6 pm…Ohlone (2-7) vs. No. 19 San Joaquin Delta (8-2)
8 pm…San Francisco (5-2) vs. Southern Oregon (5-3)
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