Prep Wrapup: Bay continues hot start with rout of Archbishop Hannah

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Boys Basketball: Bay 82, Archbishop Hannah 31

The Breakers (3-0) haven’t exactly played elite competition, but showed they can load up the scoreboard in the first round of the Pescadero Tournament on Thursday.

Senior guard Connor Mattoon got Bay started early with 10 of his 12 total points in the first quarter and junior forward Lucas Knorr scored a game-high 20 points.

Bay junior guard James Wasney and senior forward Henry Gale also scored in double figures, with 15 and 12 points, respectively.

Girls Basketball: Mercy 49, Mills 36

The Skippers (2-0) won their second consecutive game in the Mills tournament over the host Vikings behind a double-double from forward Courtney Sabahi.

The senior scored a team-high 13 points and pulled down 18 rebounds, while fellow senior Mariah Masoli added 12 points. Christina Haight also had a double-double for the Skippers with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Boys Basketball: University 74, More 60

The Red Devils (3-0) will look for their third-consecutive Redwood Christian Invitational title after defeating More (1-1) in the tournament semifinals on Thursday.

Junior guard James Burton broke out for a team-high 32 points to lead University and fellow junior Chris Mah pitched in 21.

Girls Basketball: Urban 55, Waldorf 32

The Blues (2-0) took a nine-point lead into the half, but went on a 12-0 run in the third quarter to put the Wolverines (1-1) away.

Urban junior forward Charlotte Blanc had her first double-double of the season with 16 points and 13 rebounds, while seniors Lindsey Milgrom and Jenna Waldman added 11 and 10 points, respectively. Urban senior guard Carly Kuperschmid also had a solid night, doling out 10 assists to go along with seven points.

Boys Basketball: Jewish Community 29, Contra Costa Christian 25

The Wolves (3-0) got their first road win of the season behind an all-around effort from senior captain Grant Fineman.

Fineman led Jewish Community in scoring with 13 points, but also collected seven rebounds, doled out five assists and snagged four steals. Junior Michael Kostukovsky also played a key role with 12 points and 11 rebounds, his first double-double of the season.

Girls Basketball: Mountain View 53, University 45

Senior center Amelia King scored 10 of her game-high 21 points in the third quarter to cut the Mountain View (2-1) lead to 38-37 entering the fourth, but the Spartans went on an 8-1 run in the first four minutes of the final frame to put the game out of reach.

King also had 16 rebounds and three blocks, and the Red Devils (0-1) also got 14 points, five assists and four steals from freshman Katie Lo.

Girls Basketball: Contra Costa Christian 59, Jewish Community 33

The Wolves (1-2) got 10 points from Adi Alouf and eight from Sophie Navarro, but could not come up with the win.

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One Comment

  1. GCJ01 says:

    Why was the Jewish Community vs. CCC game such a low scoring game? Did both teams play that good of defense?

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