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Game of the day – Lowell vs. Lincoln boys basketball: The two schools on the City’s western edge are tied for first place in their respective divisions in the Academic Athletic Association. For live updates on this game, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.

AAA boys basketball
Lincoln 55, Lowell 42
Mission 71, Burton 67
Washington 86, O’Connell 46
Balboa 61, Wallenberg 51
Galileo 58, Jordan 24
Marshall 58, ISA 45

BCL Central boys basketball
Gateway 58, Bay 51

BCL West boys basketball
Lick-Wilmerding 73, Drew 26
Marin Academy (San Rafael) 76, University 64
Urban 51, Stuart Hall 46

PSAL North boys basketball
East Palo Alto (Menlo Park) 44, Jewish Community 36

AAA girls basketball
Lowell 76, Lincoln 48
Balboa 57, Wallenberg 37
Mission 54, Burton 43

BCL Central girls basketball
Bay 39, Gateway 32

BCL West girls basketball
University 63, Marin Academy (San Rafael) 52
Lick-Wilmerding 45, Drew 32

PSAL girls basketball
East Palo Alto (Menlo Park) 36, Jewish Community 18

WBAL Foothill girls basketball
Mercy 74, Menlo (Atherton) 70 (OT)

WBAL Skyline girls basketball
Crystal Springs Uplands (Hillsborough) 56, ICA 22

WCAL girls basketball
Sacred Heart Cathedral 69, Notre Dame (Belmont) 34

WBAL Skyline girls soccer
Mercy 1, ICA 0

Non-league wrestling
Lincoln 38, SFI 24

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38 Comments

  1. Unbiased says:

    Leadership-International games were moved to tomorrow @ 5:30pm and 7:00pm.

  2. fan says:

    how are they tied for first place in there division???

  3. Anonymous says:

    Marshall 58, ISA 45

  4. Anon says:

    AAA Boys – Burton – 67 Mission – 71

  5. Anonymous says:

    74-70 MERCY SF OT! great job!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Oh my gosh. MA beat Uni by 12?

    • Anonymous says:

      MA played an outstanding game in all aspects–scoring, rebounds, limited turnovers–they played with heart and lots of skill!

    • pmodern says:

      Why are you surprised? MA has beaten UHS the past couple of years in Marin, regardless of the fact Uni’s had – in most cases – the better team. Simple truth is, when forced to play on a larger (read regulation sized) court, their record isn’t as gaudy. They can’t pressure people as tightly as they do in their gerbil trail of a court they call home.

      As a UHS supporter, I completely appreciate you wanting to take advantage of a home court advantage, but in this case, by doing so you’re no longer even playing the game of basketball… Has anyone with half a game successfully scored from the left side of the court? Oh, wait, you can’t, because the scoreboard comes onto the court. And that’s fair? I think not.

      Let’s forget – for the sake of argument – that the inability of UHS to accommodate all potential attendees – has nothing to do with the choice to use this venue. Jim Kethcham (AD at UHS), do you feel that winning at all costs is the lesson you want to teach your students? MA (and other schools in the BCL) have offered to split the cost of moving this to a larger venue.

      For you UHS parents, keep this in mind – winning at all costs is a losing, long term strategy. Play fair, be faIr, and all is good. Beat us like a drum in those circumstances and let’s play to your advantages, and again, all is fair in love and war. We will not call the dog’s off

      • jbalan says:

        I’m confused. Did you mean to say you are a MA supporter?

        • running out of banner room says:

          a small gym is no excuse. think about hoosiers, the rim is still 10 ft tall, the free throw line is still 15 feet away.

          • Anonymous says:

            Over the past several years, University has been the better team, even when MA has beaten Univrsity on their home court. But this years MA team, is playing a faster game, pressure defense that is starting to work very well, and never gives up at any stage of the game. MA also has a bigger team inside than any of the other BCL West schools and they now have all its players back from injury and playing very strong under the basket. But what most people forget, and I am not sure why, is that the Chronicles #2 Metro scorer plays for them. He is also the Leagues top scorer, the D-5 top scorer in Northern Ca., and the number 5 scorer in NCS. Unless University or any of the other teams comes up with a way to stop Winfield, it will be difficult no mater what size court they play on. Now that MA has 3 low post kids playing amazing basketball and scoring as well as their other top scorer playing great, things could be going their way . Time will tell. That being said, University has a great coach and program so they can never be counted out. The same can be said of Urban, SH, and Lick. This league is balanced.

            • Anonymous says:

              I don’t think MA has a bigger frontline than Stuart Hall, 4 players actually over 6′ 3″, not just listed as 6′ 3″ or 6′ 4″. And second Luke went 3 of 11 from the field against Lick, so they might have figured out how to guard him.

      • Stop crying, You won says:

        Congratulations to MA on a solid victory. The regular season rematch is Feb 10 at UHS.

        With respect to your rambling diatribe against UHS, its AD, and the facilities, you sound both foolish and angry.

        While we are here, please help me with my memory. Is this the same MA whose coach had a fit after the MA-UHS game last year complaining that UHS ran up the score and making some strong, negative comments about the UHS coach? I think it is.

        I note that it seems MA has forgotten about the “good sportsmanship” that it demanded then. MA has a 50 point win (a/g Anderson Valley), two 40 point wins (a/g Emery and St. Elizabeth’s) and a 30 point win (a/g Drew). Please correct me if I am wrong.

      • 99 Points says:

        02/18/10: UHS: 79 vs. MA: 41 @ City College of SF
        02/26/11: UHS: 82 vs. MA: 65 @ Kezar Pavilion

        We won at two “regulation-sized” courts by a combined total of 55 in two games…

        02/12/10: UHS: 70 vs. MA: 53 @ UHS
        01/28/11: UHS: 77 vs. MA: 50 @ UHS

        We won at home by a total of 44 in two games…

        We beat MA by more points on “regulation sized” courts than on our “gerbil trail” home court. That being said, congrats on your win today; it was a great game and I do mean that. But before you decide to slam UHS again, please note that we’ve won the BCL West in basketball three years in a row and in the four aforementioned games we’ve beaten you by a combined total of 99 points–nearly 25 points per game.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Lowell has 3 losses. They lost to Marshall, Mission, and Lincoln today so how are they tied for first?

    • jbalan says:

      They have three losses now. When this post was put together, they were tied for first. They may still be, but I doubt Galileo lost to Jordan.

      • GCJ 01 says:

        It probably won’t matter anyway because Lowell will probably beat Gal when they play again. Hopefully they can do so in regulation instead of OT. But, it will be nice to what happens as the playoffs draws near.

  8. Anon says:

    I think Burton would of won if Ching didn’t foul out.

    • AAA fan says:

      Mission would have won probably more if they had #34 out of foul trouble to..but who knows..both teams had one player out at the end

  9. Anonymous says:

    stuart hall is literally slipping so hard right now. thats a tough loss to urban and i heard their best player/senior leader tim connolly is out with a broken wrist? any news of if he’ll be back?

  10. Anonymous says:

    Great article in the paper yesterday on Mike Gutierrez. I hope he continues his success and takes the Mercy team all the way to the finals. What a stand- up guy, an inspiration to us all. Best wishes to you Mike!

  11. pf says:

    marshall will be on a 4 game winning streak after they beat burton this thursday.

    • Anonymous says:

      Marshall will have to play better than they’ve played in their two last games. They have allowed teams to hang around and not blow them out like they should have. Burton is playing real well, and have one of the best AAA player on their team. The bad new for Burton, is the game at Marshall, and those two school have no love lost for each other. It is a real rivalry. Burton’s coach will have to do more than yell and scream at the official to come out head of this tough physical Marshall team also, will Burton be patient on defense to play agianst Marshall half court game, not to mention Marshall is due for a big game.
      If Marshall allows Burton to hang around it could be Burton game. But, Marshall have won every close game this season except for the over time game against Lincoln.

      • sf alum says:

        good points, here is my take on marshall/burton–

        marshall likes to play a zone so burton might be able to exploit that with their shooters.

        marshall is also not a deep team so burton should go directly at their bench players when they come in.

        burton is not going to have an answer for #55 inside, he is one of the best big men in the AAA

        #4 on burton will need to have a good game handling the ball because marshall’s guards can steal the ball and score in a hurry

        i expect a close game. i like both teams and hope they go far in the playoffs.

      • GCJ 01 says:

        Great analysis. You are correct, there is a rivalry between the two schools. One reason is because the two schools are close in proximity to one another. The second is Burton used to be where Marshall was before it moved to it’s current location.

    • GCJ 01 says:

      You sound like a Marshall fan!

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