Prep Wrapup: Drew girls basketball continues hot start with rout of Pescadero
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Girls Basketball: Drew 55, Pescadero 8
The Dragons (4-0) remained undefeated behind a game-high 15 points and 14 rebounds from freshman forward Tamirah Gallahread, but it was the Drew defense that may have made the most significant impact.
Drew held the Vikings (0-2) scoreless in the first and third quarters and led 31-2 at the half.
Drew junior guard Neff Rodgers also had a double-double (her third of the season) with 10 points and 12 rebounds, while sophomore guard Nora McDevitt-Hickey added 12 points and seven rebounds. Freshman guard Sophia Solana also scored a season-high eight points.
Girls Basketball: Washington 46, Pittsburg 41
The Eagles (2-0) won their second game of the season behind a team-high 11 points each from senior guards Raeyln Cheung-Sutton and Sarah Chin, avenging a 16-point loss last season to the Pirates (1-1).
Senior forward Phacharee Arunleung and Karah Butac also chipped in eight points apiece for Washington in the win.
Boys Basketball: Leadership 47, Jewish Community 41
The Wolves (3-1) were handed their first loss of the season, despite a team-high 14 points from forward Michael Kostukovsky, by a resurgent Leadership (3-2) squad.
Jewish Community junior forward Anthony Gumberg added 12 points, 14 rebounds and three blocks, while senior point guard Grant Fineman contributed eight points, nine assists and seven rebounds.
Boys Basketball: Redwood Christian 45, International 38
After a stagnant nine-point first half, the Jaguars (0-2) fell behind by as much as 16 points on the road against the Eagles (4-1), but rallied back to cut the lead down to four points in the fourth quarter.
Senior Eli Jacobson lead the Jaguars with 10 points, while Jacob Bogdanov and Maxwell Drolet added nine and eight points, respectively.