The 2019-2020 Rancho Cotate Girls Varsity Basketball Team was presented with their pennant after clinching the final game in their 10-0 season against El Molino.
Photo by Robert Grant
Thursday night was a night every coach dreams of, a night when they can honor the seniors for the work they’ve put in. Rancho Cotate Women’s head coach Mario Newton paid homage to his four seniors by having all four of them start and finish the game.
Supervisors David Rabbit and Shirlee Zane made their presentation at the podium for the Sonoma County Wildfire prevention, emergency alert and use measure. Gold Ridge FPD Assistant Chief also appeared before the council.
The middle of February means the winding down of winter sports. With the winding down of winter sports comes playoff games for basketball and soccer. Rancho Cotate, Credo High School and Technology High School men and women basketball teams have upcoming playoff games, while the Rancho men and women soccer teams are nearing the playoffs too. Here’s an update on what’s happening in Rohnert Park Sports.
This spring a special multi-media poetry project will be produced by Maya Khosla, Sonoma County’s 2018/2019 Poet Laureate and previous poet-in-residence at the Sitting Room library in Penngrove. The project is made possible by a $3,500 grant from the Rohnert Park Foundation small grants program.