Prep Wrapup: International keeps rolling with shutout of Stuart Hall

Prep Wrapup is our new feature where we will hopefully provide a broad overview of the previous day’s action. Coaches, to contribute to the Prep Wrapup, please send scores and details the night of the game/event to contact@sanfranpreps.com or call our scores line at (415) 251-0918.

Boys Soccer: International 2, Stuart Hall 0

After dropping their first two games of the season, the Jaguars (3-2) have been stellar, and extended their win streak on Tuesday with a 2-0 win over Stuart Hall.

After a scoreless tie at the half, International got goals from Taj Millot and Kai Leshne in the second half to put the Knights (1-2) away.

Girls Volleyball: Jewish Community 3, Downtown College Prep 0

The Wolves (2-0, 1-0) looked impressive again in their Private School Athletic League-opening 25-6, 25-11, 25-12 win over the Lobos (0-1, 0-1) and have yet to drop a game this season.

Senior Florencia Hasson led the way with seven kills and sophomore setter Elana Fogel doled out 26 assists.

Boys Soccer: Lowell 8, ISA 2

ISA only fielded nine players for the game, but Lowell decided to play with nine as well and still controlled the game.

Jesus Sanchez and Sam Ryan scored two goals apiece for the Cardinals, and Cameron BaSaing, Eli Alperin, Aaron Moye and Max Pollard added solo goals in the runaway win.

Boys Soccer: Jewish Community 4, San Francisco Christian 3

The Wolves (1-0) got their season started right against their crosstown PSAL rivals behind a standout game from senior Max Malakoff, who scored two goals and had an assist.

Fellow senior Tzvi Miller also added a lift with his first varsity goal.

Boys Soccer: O’Connell 5, Galileo 1

The Boilermakers (3-1) took control of the game early and had a 5-0 lead in the second half, until Galileo (0-2-1) sophomore Jose Ramirez broke the shutout with a late goal.

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