October 2011


Monday Scoreboard

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Event of the day – AAA girls golf championships: Lowell and Lincoln will battle for the team title, while Kristi and Shannon Wong will be the contenders for the individual championship.


Football: Anderson Valley pulls away to hand Stuart Hall third consecutive loss

By Jeremy Balan

Senior quarterback Laboyd Ricard provided enough offense on his own in the first half to keep Stuart Hall toe to toe with one of the best 8-man football teams in Northern California, but when he got knocked out of the game momentarily in the third quarter, it all fell apart for the Knights.

Stuart Hall went into the half of their showcase game against Anderson Valley of Boonville tied at 20-20, but when Ricard was injured on its first play of the second half, the Panthers went on a tear and Stuart Hall never recovered in a 64-34 loss on Saturday at Kezar Stadium.





Saturday Scoreboard

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Games of the day – St. Ignatius vs. St. Francis football: The Wildcats need a win here to keep CCS playoff hopes alive, but will have to contain standout St. Francis running back Durrell Crooks. Balboa vs. Galileo football: The Bucs will be right back in the AAA playoff race with a win over the Lions, who will be playing without starting quarterback Kyle Nelson. Burton vs. Marshall football: One of the lesser-known City rivalries is one of the most intense, with only two miles separating the two schools. Stuart Hall vs. Anderson Valley football: After starting 5-0, the Knights have dropped two straight games, but should get a lift from playing the first 8-man football game in Kezar Stadium’s history. For live updates on these games, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.





Football: Washington’s running game too much for Mission to handle

By Bonta Hill

Over the course of its first four Academic Athletic Association games, Mission High School’s defense didn’t allow a touchdown.

While the Bears were able to solve the offenses of Marshall, Balboa, Burton and Galileo, they had no answer for Washington’s powerful rushing attack on Friday.

The Eagles turned a first-place showdown into a one-sided affair, throttling the visiting Bears 28-7, as senior running backs Lajarie Mabrey and Jamie McHenry combined for 305 yards rushing and had two touchdowns apiece.