February 2012

Wednesday Scoreboard

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Games of the day – Lincoln vs. Marshall boys basketball: The Phoenix showed flashes of greatness this year, but dropped both regular-season meetings with the Mustangs, including a disheartening 51-29 loss last week. St. Ignatius vs. El Camino boys basketball: The Wildcats dropped a non-league game to the Colts in December, but a win tonight puts them into the section championship game and gives them a spot in the state championship tournament. International vs. San Domenico girls basketball: The Jaguars have already advanced further than any team in school history, but will take on their BCL Central rivals in the semifinals. International dominated the Panthers in the league championship game, but San Domenico proved they could beat the Jaguars with a 50-40 road win in January. For live updates on these games, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.



Girls Basketball: Mercy takes down Notre Dame to advance to CCS championship

By Jeremy Balan

BELMONT — Mercy High School’s girls basketball team may not have played its best offensively against Notre Dame of Belmont in the Central Coast Section Division IV playoffs on Tuesday, but there was no let-up from its defense.

The top-seeded Skippers forced 20 turnovers and allowed the Tigers to shoot just 26 percent from the floor in a 49-30 road win over the defending section champions.


Girls Basketball: Washington avenges regular-season loss to Galileo in AAA semis

By Josh Levine

Washington High School’s girls basketball team was upset by Galileo in the regular season in a thrilling 56-55 loss at the end of January, but the teams’ semifinal matchup in the Academic Athletic Association semifinals was a completely different story.

Galileo held a 6-3 lead in the first quarter, but went scoreless for seven minutes of game time in the first two quarters, while Washington scored 12 unanswered points to take a lead it never surrendered in a 45-39 victory on Tuesday at Kezar Pavilion.


Tuesday Scoreboard

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Games of the day – Galileo vs. Washington girls basketball: The Lions upset the Eagles in their lone regular-season meeting, a 56-55 thriller that was sealed by a timeless free throw from Galileo sophomore guard Sarah Lim. Mercy vs. Notre Dame-Belmont girls basketball: Despite holding the top seed in the Division IV CCS playoffs, the Skippers have to play on the fourth-seeded Tigers’ home court. The only common opponent the teams share is Mills, which Mercy beat 49-36 and Notre Dame beat 36-25. For live updates on these games, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.


Baseball: Lowell routs Stuart Hall in second round of Dick Murray tournament

By Jeremy Balan

While defending Academic Athletic Association baseball champion Washington High School has limped through its first four games, Lowell is looking like the prime candidate to supplant the Eagles.

The Cardinals followed a 13-0 win over International in their opener on Saturday with a 12-3 rout of Stuart Hall in the second round of the Dick Murray tournament on Monday at Silver Terrace Playground.


Monday Scoreboard

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Game of the day – Lowell vs. Stuart Hall baseball: Both teams won their first-round matchups in the Dick Murray Tournament last week and will look to take control of the Blue Division with a win. For live updates on this game, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps and you can also follow pitch-by-pitch at iscorecast.com with the password FB23526406.






Girls Basketball: University withstands Bayes’ scoring spree in NCS win over Sonoma

By Josh Levine

Coming into Saturday’s North Coast Section Division V quarterfinal matchup against Sonoma Academy, University High School’s girls basketball team knew it wasn’t going to be able to stop Division I recruit Kate Bayes.

Bayes led all scorers with 30 points, but the rest of the visiting Coyotes only amounted for two points and the Red Devils advanced to the section semifinals with a 47-32 win.