Prep Wrapup: Lowell and Washington girls hoops cruise to first-round wins

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Girls Basketball: Lowell 59, Mission 30

The top-seeded Cardinals (23-4) had 10 players score against the Bears (6-18) in the first round of Academic Athletic Association playoffs, led by 10 points apiece from junior forward Hana Murphy and sophomore guard Kelly Wong, both coming off the bench. Lowell will take on Balboa, which routed Burton in the first round, in the semifinals.

Girls Basketball: Washington 72, Wallenberg 21

The Eagles’ (13-14) victory was never in doubt and Washington had four players score in double figures, led by 13 points apiece from standout senior guard Raelyn Cheung-Sutton and Grace Lui. Bridget Chow and Michelle Lee added 10 points each in the Washington win.

Boys Lacrosse: Urban 10, Sacred Heart Cathedral 9 (OT)

The Blues (2-0) spoiled Sacred Heart’s (0-1) first varsity game in school history on a goal from sophomore Max McCready with 1:36 remaining in overtime. McCready scored a team-high five goals in the game and added an assist, while Sedge Gates led the Irish with a game-high six goals and an assist. Urban led 5-2 at the half and never trailed, but the Irish tied the game at 8-8 and 9-9. The Blues also got goals from Sigi Ocker, Emmet Walker, Rowan Williams, David Stack and Jeremy Harvey Brown. Brown was also dominant on face offs, winning 17-of-24.

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2 Comments on "Prep Wrapup: Lowell and Washington girls hoops cruise to first-round wins"

  1. Lowell House | February 25, 2012 at 3:50 PM |

    Good stuff Lowell girls. Championship season forsure. Also, Max McCready is raw.

  2. As long as Lowell keeps going at the same pace, no one will challenge them for the Championship. They are definately the heavy favorites. Congrats Lowell.

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