Prep Wrapup: JCHS girls volleyball takes down rival SF Christian

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Girls Volleyball: Jewish Community 3, San Fransisco Christian 0

The Wolves (11-3, 9-0) extended their Private School Athletic League win streak to nine games with a 25-13, 25-13, 18-25, 29-27 over rival San Francisco Christian on Tuesday at the University of San Francisco’s Koret Center.

Sophomore Zoe Morgan-Weinman led the Wolves with seven kills, and the defense was paced by junior Brooke Rosell, who had a team-high eight digs.

Boys Soccer: Lowell 8, Burton 1

The Cardinals (12-0) extended their Academic Athletic Association win streak to 30 behind two goals apiece from Jesus Sanchez and Max Pollard.

Aaron Moye, Arbel Efraty, Noah Stier and Jose Sales Imperial also had goals in the lopsided win over the Pumas (4-7-1).

Girls Tennis: University 5, Urban 0

The Red Devils (12-8, 6-0) remained undefeated in Bay Counties League West play behind solid singles wins from Maddie Brown, Lydia Lee and Emily Stabler.

Molly Feldstein and Jenny Bloomquist also tallied a doubles win, while the last University point was scored when the final Urban doubles team retired with a 7-5, 2-1 lead.

Boys Soccer: O’Connell 4, Marshall 1

The Boilermakers (4-8) got back in the win column after seven consecutive AAA losses behind a strong game from Francisco Platero.

Platero scored a game-high two goals and O’Connell also got solo goals from Jose Carmona and Melvin Zuniga.

Alejandro Valdovinos had the only goal for the Phoenix (1-10) in the loss.

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  1. SIVB says:

    Looks like that JCHS vs SF Christian went to 4…should have been 3-1

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