Saturday Scoreboard

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Games of the day – Balboa vs. Lincoln football: After rough non-league seasons, the Academic Athletic Association opener provides new life for both the Mustangs (0-3) and the Bucs (1-2). Sacred Heart Cathedral vs. Bellarmine football: The Irish will need a near-perfect game to remain undefeated against the Bells (2-1), one of the best teams in the state. For live updates on these games, follow us on Twitter at:

AAA football
Lincoln 14, Balboa 6
Mission 46, Marshall 0

WCAL football
Bellarmine (San Jose) 14, Sacred Heart Cathedral 7
Valley Christian (San Jose) 49, Riordan 20

Non-league football
Stuart Hall 46, Point Arena 22

Non-league boys soccer
International 1, Fort Bragg 0

Non-league girls volleyball
Athenian (Danville) 3, Leadership 0 (25-12, 25-14, 25-20)

Non-league cross country
University and Urban @ Artichoke Invitational at Half Moon Bay
International and Sacred Heart Cathedral @ Scott Bauhs Harrier Invitational (Pleasanton)

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10 Comments on "Saturday Scoreboard"

  1. Why dont mission get a write up

  2. Are they gonna put a story up for the mission game I’ve been waiting for them to update it

  3. now thats just dumb.

    • Yeah, it was a terrible decision to cover two close games rather than a 46-0 blowout.

      • Parent&Supporter | October 3, 2011 at 1:28 AM |

        Wow, alot of you out there still has something against Thurgood…. Unbelievable! Just an advice, don’t get too comfortable Mission fans!!! That was just their 1st game….just keep your heads up Thurgood Marshall, press on and just prepare for your next game, always remember, alot of haters out there alot looks down on you guys,but keep trying, keep pushing & play hard!

        • I have nothing against Marshall, but I used news judgement to determine that the two games we covered would be better games than Mission-Marshall. Sometimes I’m wrong, but I wasn’t on this occasion.

          We’d love to cover every game, but that’s just not realistic. Instead, we’ll cover what we see as the best games out there, and we made the right decisions on Saturday.

        • Kezar for Keeps | October 3, 2011 at 1:55 AM |

          I was Mission’s first game too. What, do you think Marshall is the only team that will get better? Last year was an abberation for them. Marshall and Burton just can’t compete with the big AAA programs and its not their fault, it just comes down to numbers.

          • City Lights | October 3, 2011 at 4:30 AM |

            Actually it is Marshall and Burton’s fault, they have failed their students and their students have failed them academically for a long time now, and it really sucks for the 10 or so kids per year that have to suffer because of their teammate’s inability to put the team before themselves. And if you want to get a news story written about you next time, don’t lose 50-0. I thought that would be common sense but oh well here it is in writing. Thanks to Sanfranpreps for the hard work and dedication.

  4. my son plays for thurgood marshall when I saw them come off the bus they were hype up and ready to play but wen it got to halftime they looked sad i think they lost because when mission scored one td everybody just gave up and didnt want to play no more and think they should just have hope just beacause they scored one td doesnt they will win but they still won and thurgood did try their best. good job mission .

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