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Game of the day – Drew vs. University girls basketball: Both teams had impressive runs through the non-league season, but had mixed results in their first BCL West games on Tuesday. The Red Devils took down Lick-Wilmerding to open up league play, while Dragons fell to defending champion Convent. For live updates on this game, follow us on Twitter at:

BCL Central boys basketball
Gateway 57, International 32
Waldorf 90, Leadership 76

BCL West boys basketball
University 67, Drew 25
Urban 57, Lick-Wilmerding 54
Stuart Hall 82, Marin Academy (San Rafael) 79

WCAL boys basketball
St. Francis (Mountain View) 35, St. Ignatius 30
Mitty (San Jose) 58, Riordan 52
Sacred Heart Cathedral 58, Valley Christian (San Jose) 41

BCL Central girls basketball
International 62, Gateway 26
San Domenico (San Anselmo) 66, Bay 31
Waldorf 48, Leadership 22

BCL West girls basketball
University 56, Drew 32
Lick-Wilmerding 62, Urban 50

WBAL Skyline girls soccer
Mercy 2, Eastside College Prep (East Palo Alto) 0

Non-league wrestling
Lick-Wilmerding 33, SFI 30

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  1. Anonymous says:

    JB, it’s girls soccer not basketball at crocker

  2. JJ says:

    SI in a dogfight with St Francis. The refs are calling a foul every minute. After 3 quarters, the score is 25-23, SI is winning.

    • Paul B. says:

      Ugly game throughout in this one.

      • JJ says:

        Yep, very difficult game to watch. Turning point was the technical on SI’s head coach, Tim Reardon — for giving an earful to the ref on a no-call on an alleged foul by one of St Francis’ quick guards. Many missed layups by SI and Trevor Dunbar & Watters made alot of ill-advised turnovers on fast breaks. Domingo didn’t have one of his better games, but still time to make some noise.

        • Hoops Fan says:

          SI’s last two games…37 pts. vs. SHC; 30 pts. vs. St. Francis – can ANYBODY on this team score consistently? How many times do we need to see the shot clock get below 10 seconds and the ball still being passed around the perimeter??

          • JJ says:

            I don’t know if you were at the game , but when SI consistently misses layups, you won’t win too many games. I don’t have any stats in front of me , but the rebounding was about even. This was because SI would miss the initial layup, get the rebound, then miss the putback. This happened the whole game. Then, when they go on a fast break, either they throw the ball out of bounds over the guy’s head or they make a bounce pass right into St Francis’ chest, or the St Francis defender would knock the ball off SI’s foot out of bounds. If you didn’t go to this game, you made the right decision, unless you like to watch kids shooting airballs or hear the refs blowing the whistle on traveling calls every minute.

  3. Good job refs says:

    Waldorf / Leadership game
    Game ball goes to the refs for sure great calls. if they weren’t wearing their stripped uniform anyone would have thought it was a 7 on 5

    • SF says:

      Is this another Waldorf fan crying about the officiating? Heard enough of it last year on this board.

      • Whosewaldorf says:

        Nope just an audience member sure Waldorf out rebounded them but they shouldn’t have been able to get 90 fouls were 10-3 after first half

  4. Anonymous says:

    SHC 58 Valley Christian 41

  5. Anonymous says:

    BCL West girls basketball
    Urban 50
    Lick-Wilmerding 62

  6. Paul B. says:

    SI really misses Mrlik this season.

  7. HS says:

    Wheels have come off at SI and it’s pretty obvious that no one’s having any fun playing. One of the most athletic teams in the league runs a slow motion offense and of course they were out rebounded again. Time for a new system guys. Maybe you want to run and take advantage of your guards quickness and Domingo’s athletic ability.

    • JJ says:

      St Francis is a good team. Quick guards, quick forwards, and a tall quick center. I don’t think the wheels fell off the bus yet. SI lost to a good team. SI’s next game is against Valley Christian, and if they don’t beat them, maybe I might tend to agree with you.

    • City Lights says:

      This comment is a joke. I guess the coaches are the reason the SI shooters go 2 for 25 each night and when they try to “run” (which they do) the guards repeatedly turn the ball over. What do you propose they do when they try to run and the other teams defense hustles back on D? Run faster? Turn the ball over even more?

      Of course the wheels could still fall off after angry parents are done taking off the lugnuts.

      • HS says:

        Sound pretty defensive? I wonder why

        • City Lights says:

          I watch SHC, SI, ARHS, and the AAA schools play every single year and without fail parents like you getting on the board and whining about kids playing time, the coaches, the offense, and the refs gets tiresome. Is that enough of a reason why? Go grind your ax somewhere else. Good luck to all of the kids in the AAA, BCL and the WCAL.

          I should’ve gone to the SHC-VC game. The SI-SF game felt like a lost night. Hopefully the Cats can pull it together sooner rather than later.

          • @SA says:

            City Lights, HS’s comments don’t mention playing time or parent involvement, it’s a lack of openess to find a system that matches the kids playing style. They have a lot of talented kids and it would be nice to see them shine. They can run, but it doesn’t look like they know how. If you would have attended the SI-SHC game, SI played well.

      • Hoops Fan says:

        No, don’t blame it all on coaches. But it is their job to design a scheme/game plan that will maximize the strength of their players while minimizing their weaknesses. I just see an SI team with some decent athletic talent & size which is consistently being out-rebounded, out-positioned and scrambling around looking for open shots as clock is winding down.

        • City Lights says:

          This is a pretty accurate statement. The gripes heard on this board and NCP are cumulative. Not just what HS was saying in his post. I think SI will end the season well, SHC will go deep in the post-season, and the AAA will be competitive with Mission coming out on top.

  8. fan says:

    Did Aaron Gordon play against riordon today ?

  9. bballobserver says:

    Urban Lick great game. Urban down for three quarters. Then played the game. First time Nate Cohen, Matt Monges and Julian Matulich played the game right: Cohen, 19 points; Monges 18 points; Matulich 17 points. After the heartbreaker at MA where a three ponter at the buzzer gave MA the win by 1 point (beating an Urban comeback where Cohen sent Urban up by 2 with 6 seconds left) Urban’s win tonight speaks to a gutsy threesome. These three can play. Remains to be seen if they can win.

  10. WCAL Fan says:

    Good try Crusaders.

  11. RC Cola says:

    What? Look, I know Gordon didn’t play… but Riordan getting within 6 points of Mitty by end of regulation? People, lets give some love for Riordan.

    That’s pretty good considering its #1 vs #7. Riordan did as good as St. Francis and better than SI did.

    By the way, what were the top scorers for each team? I’m curious how Riordan did so well.

  12. Paul B. says:

    From Thurs. 1/12:

    BCL Central boys basketball
    Waldorf 90, Leadership 76

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