Prep Wrapup: Shanagher strikes in overtime to give SI boys soccer CCS win

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Boys Soccer: St. Ignatius 1, Hillsdale 0 (OT)

Eighty minutes of game time was not enough to decide the first-round Central Coast Section Division II playoff matchup, but the 10th-seeded Wildcats (10-8-5) broke through nine minutes into overtime on a goal from junior forward Denis Shanagher and held on to upset the seventh-seeded Knights (13-5-3) on the road. SI will take on second-seeded Leigh in the second round on Saturday.

Boys Basketball: Stuart Hall 47, St. Vincent de Paul 40

Despite holding the lower seed in the North Coast Section Division V playoffs, the eighth-seeded Knights (19-8) traveled to Petaluma and took down the North Central League II champions behind a game-high 19 points and 13 rebounds from freshman forward Armani Collins. Stuart Hall led 27-25 at the half, but only scored five points in the third quarter and trailed 34-32 heading into the final frame. The Knights went on a 14-0 run to start the fourth and held the Mustangs (21-8) scoreless in the first 7 minutes of the quarter to seal the victory. Stuart Hall advances to face top-seeded St. Joseph Notre Dame in the second round on Saturday.

Girls Basketball: University 62, Valley Christian-Dublin 46

The fifth-seeded Red Devils (25-4) jumped out to a 10-1 lead to start the game, held a 14-8 advantage after the first quarter and extended their lead after every quarter to take down the 12th-seeded Vikings (25-4) in the first round of the NCS D-V playoffs. Standout senior center Amelia King led University with 20 points and freshman guard Katie Lo contributed 16, and the Red Devils will host fourth-seeded Sonoma Academy in the second round on Saturday.

Boys Basketball: University 71, Oakland Military Institute 52

The Red Devils (19-9) trailed the Grizzlies (19-10) 19-17 after the first quarter, but rallied back to lead 41-31 at the half and never looked back. University cruised to victory in the second half, and got a game-high 21 points and six assists from junior forward Harold Getz. Junior guard James Burton added 18 points and fellow junior David Medoff scored 13. The Red Devils will take on the California School for the Deaf in the second round.

Girls Basketball: Convent 58, Roseland Prep 30

Even without starting point guard Isabella Borges, who is still suffering from a leg injury, the second-seeded Cubs (17-8) cruised to beat the 15th-seeded Knights (16-12) in the first round of the NCS D-V playoffs behind a game-high 19 points from freshman forward Erin Hanley. Convent sophomore guard Jaime Hum-Nishikado added 13 points and the Cubs advance to host seventh-seeded San Domenico in the second round on Saturday.

Boys Basketball: ISA 39, Wallenberg 25

The Cobras (7-19) got a combined 24 points from Damonta and Damond McFarland to seal the last Academic Athletic Association playoff spot in a play-in win over the Bulldogs (6-22). Wallenberg senior guard Calvin Ng led the Bulldogs with 10 points.

Boys Tennis: Sacred Heart Cathedral 6, Lowell 1

The Irish (1-0) got their first official win after scrimmage wins over University and Lincoln to start the season. Sacred Heart swept the singles matches, with wins from senior Clark Wininger (6-0, 6-0), freshman Donald Hall (6-0, 6-0), junior Brandon Cubinar (6-1, 6-0) and junior Alex Cocoles (6-0, 6-0).

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  1. SI Soccer Dad | February 23, 2012 at 8:04 AM |

    Yesterday’s CCS soccer game between Saint Ignatius and Hillsdale did not play out as closely as the final score. SI had many opportunities, particularly in the first half and put a couple shots off the posts. Very little work for Reuben Young until the warm temperatures seemed to drain energy from the City boys. Leigh High School coaches and players were in the stands scouting their Saturday opponent. SI and Leigh played early this season with Leigh taking the victory at SI. Place and time not yet posted for Saturday’s contest but it should be posted here:

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