Tuesday Night, the league races kick in with the NBL Girls and SCL Boys playing their first games.

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On Wednesday Night, the NBL Boys and SCL Girls take the stage.

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Santa Rosa and Montgomery meet to tip off the NBL Girls race.

Santa Rosa has most of that team back and it is showing on the court in a 9-1 start.  Two that are back include the twin towers Morgan Bertsch and Devin Murray, who are averaging 15.9 and 15.8 a game.   Bertsch is also averaging over 10 rebounds a game.  That isn’t even mentioning NBL player of the year Katie Daly who is averaging 11.1 a game.  Junior Kylie Odom is also averaging 11.2 and is part of a balanced Panther attack.

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Montgomery lost the four leading scorers from last year’s team to graduation and is off to a 6-5 start.  Senior Madison Norby is averaging 10.4 a game.

Two other YSN365.com ranked teams meet with No. 5 Ukiah traveling to No. 4 Cardinal Newman.  The other two games are No. 2 Windsor, who is off to a 9-2 start hosting Rancho Cotate and No. 3 Casa Grande traveling to Maria Carrillo.

The stage could be set up for an early showdown on Thursday when Windsor travels to Santa Rosa.

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The SCL Boys headline game features the two YSN365.com ranked teams meeting with No. 4 Analy at No. 9 Piner.  Analy is favorite to make it five of six SCL regular season championship.

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The NCL II race has already started.  On the Girls side No. 9 St. Vincent won the first league showdown of the season by defeating Sonoma Academy 47-35.

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The SRJC Men and Women teams also start Big 8 League play at Modesto.  Both teams go into conference play hot.  The men are 7-6 and Ranked No. 10.  They take on Modesto at Modesto Tuesday and Delta College at home Friday night.

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SRJC Head Coach Craig McMillan leads the Bear Cubs into conference play this week

The Women are 8-7 and ranked No. 19 in the state.

SRJC’s first conference home game is Friday when they host San Joaquin Delta whose Women’s team is No. 10 in the state.

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