Wednesday Scoreboard

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Game of the day – Galileo vs. Lowell baseball: Galileo, the defending AAA champs, are clinging to postseason hopes this season, needing a two-game sweep over Lowell to claim the final playoff spot in the A Division. Lowell has already secured a playoff berth, but could clinch a first-round bye with a win today. For live updates on this game, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.

AAA baseball
Lowell 5, Galileo 1
Washington 10, Balboa 2
Mission 15, Jordan 9
Burton 18, O’Connell 8
Marshall 7, Wallenberg 0 (forfeit)

Non-league baseball
Sacred Heart Cathedral 17, Kennedy (Fremont) 13 @ Eagle Easter Classic (Fremont)
Menlo (Atherton) 5, St. Ignatius 3
Riordan @ Salinas Tournament

Non-league boys lacrosse
Bellarmine (San Jose) 13, University 11

Non-league girls lacrosse
St. Ignatius 12, Foothill (Pleasanton) 6

BCL West girls soccer
University 4, Drew 1
Urban @ Marin Academy (San Rafael), 4 p.m.

WCAL softball
St. Francis (Mountain View) 6, St. Ignatius 5 (10 innings)

BCL West softball
Marin Academy (San Rafael) 14, Bay 0

AAA boys volleyball
Galileo 3, O’Connell 0 (25-11, 25-6, 25-20)
Lowell 3, Washington 1 (25-16, 29-27, 20-25, 25-16)
Lincoln 3, Balboa 0 (25-13, 25-6, 25-10)

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22 Comments on "Wednesday Scoreboard"

  1. Before anyone asks… We will be at the Galileo-Lowell game Thursday…

  2. Wash house | April 27, 2011 at 6:12 AM |

    How about the wash balboa game? I don’t kno why your covering the Jordan mission game. Those teams are horrible. Cone watch a good game with playoff implications as these two teams are two upper division teams
    tahr deserve coverage.

    • That was going to be the game we were covering to start the week, but that series pretty much means nothing in the playoff picture… Wash has already clinched a first-round bye and Balboa has clinched the third spot, unless Galileo beats Lowell in both games this week…

    • Looks like we’re going to be at the Bal-Wash game anyway, due to our reporter’s availability…

    • u r horrrible if u think mission is horrible alright?

  3. are you covering the lowell-wash game on friday?

  4. charlie A. | April 27, 2011 at 7:19 PM |

    u must be at the bal wash game thursday

  5. Wash house | April 27, 2011 at 9:06 PM |

    What’s the game of the day tomorrow jbalan?

  6. Menlo (581) 5 – SI (1448) 3?

  7. See where SHC won Easter Tourney in Fremont. On another site noticed they are 11–0 in non-league games and 3-9 in WCAL. Again proves how tough WCAL is on all City teams. Two league teams are ranked in top 20 in the nation according to another site.
    I recall a couple of years ago, the 3 City WCAL teams went a combined 0-30 against all non-City WCAL teams. This year they have won 4 games to date (2 SI; 2 SHC).

    • I noticed that too. I hope they keep it up in the CCS playoffs.

      • It shows how much stronger WCAL is in comparison to the other leagues around the state.
        If I must say, WCAL might be one of the toughest leagues in the nation for highschool baseball.

        SHC also beat Valley Christian for the first time. They just won 5 straight and are looking good for ccs

  8. Stat reader | April 28, 2011 at 6:57 PM |

    if mission was a good team y didnt they win there division

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