Saturday Scoreboard

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Games of the day – St. Ignatius vs. Bishop O’Dowd football: After an exciting loss to Marin Catholic, the Wildcats welcome another quality non-league opponent. Washington vs. El Camino football: So much is unknown about the defending AAA champs, which beat EL Camino by a touchdown last season. Balboa vs. Oakland Tech football: The Bucs edged Kennedy on the road last week, but take a significant step up with Oakland Tech. For live updates on these games, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.

Non-league football
St. Ignatius 35, Bishop O’Dowd (Oakland) 20
El Camino (South San Francisco) 29, Washington 19
Oakland Tech 26, Balboa 21
Sacred Heart Cathedral 56, St. Mary’s (Albany) 7
Tamalpais (Mill Valley) 34, Lincoln 8

Non-league boys soccer
Drew 4, Point Arena 2

Non-league girls volleyball tournaments
Drew @ Laguna Blanca Tournament
ICA @ Westmont Tournament
Sacred Heart Cathedral @ Deer Valley Tournament

Non-league cross country
Lick-Wilmerding & Sacred Heart Cathedral at Ed Sias Invitational @ Hidden Valley Park (Martinez)
St. Ignatius @ Early Bird Invitational (Salinas)

Non-league girls tennis
Sacred Heart Cathedral & University @ California High School Tennis Classic (Fresno)

Non-league boys water polo tournaments
St. Ignatius @ John Schmitt Tournament

Non-league girls water polo tournaments
St. Ignatius @ St. Francis Invite

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3 Comments

  1. IC Stars says:

    Irish scored five defensive touchdowns including a 93-yard fumble return by Tom Wallace. Both may be school records but I’m not 100% positive.

  2. Anonymous says:

    actually el camino beat washington last year 21-14

  3. Fan says:

    NIce job for the Irish. Next up Jefferson and lets hope that the Jefferson players have calm down and want to play some football and not have a brawl over cheap trash talking which goes on in every sport at every level.

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