Saturday Scoreboard

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Games of the day – St. Ignatius vs. Marin Catholic football: The Wildcats take another shot at Marin Catholic, but this time on their home field. Burton vs. Hercules: Hercules handled the Pumas 26-0 in last season’s meeting. Mission vs. Tomales: This isn’t the same Mission team that lost 42-6 to Tomales last season. The Bears made great strides in 2010, but are still underdogs against the Braves. For live updates on these games, follow us on Twitter at:

Non-league football
Marin Catholic (Kentfield) 28, St. Ignatius 26
Hercules 38, Burton 0
San Marin (Novato) 41, Lincoln 0
Mission 36, Tomales 0
Balboa 13, Kennedy (Fremont) 12

Non-league girls volleyball tournaments
Lowell @ Carmichael Tournament
Sacred Heart Cathedral and St. Ignatius @ Milpitas Spikefest

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  1. D says:

    CITY football is turning on beast mode. To the people who still choose to downplay the AAA and our local WCAL teams keep on doing it, “haters gonna hate” but this must be the best record we’ve all started with since the early 2000’s.

    • JJ says:

      How is City football in beast mode when SI and Riordan both lost, and SHC almost choked a 19 pt lead. Also, the AAA got their fair share of losses too.

      • D says:

        @Anon right on man!
        @JJ You got your right to say what you want, but I dont really think you’ve been playing or watching City ball for the past few years if you are saying what you are saying. Instead of only looking at W/L, look at the spirit, effort, and second wind of all the players (WCAL and AAA) gave!!!

        • D says:

          oops, and also wins by Marshall, Gal, Bal, Mission, Lowell in the AAA
          followed by SH in the WCAL, then a heart breaker with SI, all seems pretty good to me brother.

          I still remember when pre season scores would be disastrous (for us that is), in fact im pretty sure a title article of SanFranPreps last year at the beginning of football season was something along the lines of “Bleak day for SF football” or what not.

          So take into account the strides these kids did the last 2 weeks

  2. Anonymous says:

    Relax man, everyone knows who really won the SI game and as for Riordan: they didn’t lose, they just ran out of time. City teams turning on beast mode for sure!

  3. Alumni Ric says:

    Way to go Bucs!

  4. Eastbeast says:

    Crappy city teams, come over and play De La Salle

    • GCJ says:

      Be careful what you ask for! Don’t get me wrong, De La Salle is good, but they hardly play any City teams so there would be a good chance that they’d get beaten….especially by SI or even Wash.

    • Anonymous says:

      Why are you reading on a website dedicated to mostly city teams if you think they’re “crappy”?

  5. wcalsf says:

    remember, riordan beat dls in the lad era, a long time ago, but a win is a win.

  6. Sadly it's true. says:

    From wiki:

    De La Salle High School has long been recognized nationwide for its extraordinary football tradition. The team, currently coached by Bob Ladouceur holds the national record 151 game winning streak spanning from 1992 to 2004, more than doubling the previous record of 72. The streak ended when they were defeated by Bellevue High School in Bellevue, Washington on September 4, 2004. De La Salle finished the 2007 football season 13-0 and as state champions. In 2009 De La Salle defeated Crenshaw 28-14 to win the state title again.[3] In 2010 De La Salle defeated Servite ranked #7 in the nation 48-8 to win the state title game for a second straight year. De La Salle finished the season 14-0 and ranked #1 in the nation by Maxpreps. During the span of the 151-game winning streak, De La Salle was named national champion in seven different years; once by ESPN (1994), five times by USA Today (1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003), and once by the National Sports News Service (1999). The Spartans have been named national champions by (formerly Student Sports) six times, including four straight years (2000–03).[4] They have also been honored as the top team in California 12 times (1992, 1994–2003, 2007) and competed in 25 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) North Coast Section (NCS) championship games with 23 victories (12 of which were attained during the 151 game winning streak).[4] For the 2008-2009 school year, De La Salle was ranked the 18th best high school football team in the country by USA Today, the 37th by ESPNRISE, the 19th by MaxPreps, and the 14th by Sports Illustrated.[5]

    The De La Salle football team was the subject of two 2003 books. One Great Game: Two Teams, Two Dreams, in the First Ever National Championship High School Football Game, by Don Wallace, follows the undefeated 2001 season and national championship showdown with Long Beach Polytechnic High School,[6] and splits its focus between the schools. When the Game Stands Tall was written by Contra Costa Times sportswriter Neil Hayes, who followed the team for practices, games and meetings during its undefeated 2002 season. The foreword was written by former Oakland Athletics manager Tony LaRussa. Don Wallace also wrote about De La Salle and Ladouceur in an article called “The Soul of a Sports Machine.” published in the October 2003 edition of Fast Company magazine.

    • IC Stars says:

      I’m just glad they’re out here and a sister Christian Brothers school (send a few players to SHC… I’ll donate a BART ticket).

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