Tuesday Scoreboard

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Game of the day – Bay vs. Drew boys lacrosse: Both teams are in their first year of varsity competition and will get an early-season showcase on Cal’s campus. For live updates on this game, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.

BCL West badminton
University 4, Convent/Stuart Hall 3
Drew 7, Chinese Christian (San Leandro) 0

BCL West baseball
University vs. Marin Academy (San Rafael) @ Moscone, 3:30 p.m. (rained out)

PSAL baseball
Jewish Community @ Mid-Peninsula (Menlo Park), 4 p.m. (rained out)

WCAL baseball
Riordan 4, Serra (San Mateo) 1 (game suspended in third inning due to rain)
Valley Christian (San Jose) 3, St. Ignatius 0
Sacred Heart Cathedral @ Mitty (San Jose), 4 p.m. (rained out)

Non-league baseball tournaments
Lowell 17, Hillsboro (Oregon) 9 (8 innings) @ Coach Bob Invitational (Phoenix, Ariz.)

BCL West boys golf
Bay vs. University @ Presidio, 4 p.m.
Drew vs. Marin Academy (San Rafael) @ San Geronimo, 3:30 p.m. (rained out)

WCAL boys golf
St. Ignatius vs. Mitty (San Jose) @ Sharp Park (Pacifica), 3 p.m. (rained out)

WCAL boys lacrosse
Sacred Heart Cathedral @ Bellarmine (San Jose), 3:30 p.m.

Non-league boys lacrosse
Bay 18, Drew 10
University vs. Northgate (Walnut Creek) @ Kimbell, 4 p.m.

MCAL girls lacrosse
University @ Drake (San Anselmo), 3:30 p.m.
Lick-Wilmerding @ Redwood (Larkspur), 4:30 p.m.

BCL Central girls soccer
International @ San Domenico (San Anselmo), 4:30 p.m.

Non-league girls soccer
Waldorf 4, Jewish Community 0
Bay vs. College Prep (Oakland) @ Crocker Amazon, 4 p.m.

WCAL softball
Sacred Heart Cathedral @ Notre Dame (Belmont), 3:30 p.m.

Non-league swimming
University vs. Head-Royce (Oakland) @ Hamilton, 4 p.m.

BCL West boys tennis
Drew @ Marin Academy (San Rafael), 4 p.m. (rained out)

WCAL boys tennis
Sacred Heart Cathedral @ St. Francis (Mountain View), 2:45 p.m.
Riordan vs. Valley Christian (San Jose) @ Golden Gate Park, 3:30 p.m.
Mitty (San Jose) @ St. Ignatius, 3:30 p.m. (rained out)

Non-league boys tennis
International @ Head-Royce (Oakland), 4 p.m.
Jewish Community vs. Lick-Wilmerding @ City College, 4 p.m.

WCAL boys volleyball
St. Francis (Mountain View) @ St. Ignatius, 6:30 p.m.

Non-league boys volleyball
Lowell 3, Harker (San Jose) 2 (22-25, 25-23, 25-17, 22-25, 16-14)
Sacred Heart Cathedral @ Mission San Jose (Fremont), 6:30 p.m.

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  1. Ari Gold says:

    Outgoing CIF Executive Director Marie Ishida gave her annual and final state of the CIF address to the media at Power Balance. Among the issues and announcements:

    Power Balance will host the next three CIF basketball championships even though the attendance was poor – 13,197 for three sessions. The Kings’ owners, the Maloofs, have been good to the CIF, which has held the championships in Sacramento 20 of 21 years.
    ***** Move it to Oracle! That 2 hour drive with today’s gas prices is a killer! *****

    An Open Division for regional basketball will be voted on in May, which could put some team placements in the hands of commissioners and, in theory, might counter the recent private-school dominance. All 10 games last weekend were won by private schools. Ishida anticipates a close vote.
    ***** Jeremy Balan, please give us your thoughts on whether you approve this move. Will this give public schools a “better” chance to actually win something as all the dominant private schools get lumped into one big royal rumble and then can really be considered to be called the ultimate state champion. Wouldve loved to see Mitty play Mater Dei *****

    • jbalan says:

      This is too complex of an issue to respond in a comment, but it is something we could take a look at over the summer in an enterprise story, or something like that.

    • Don L. says:

      From the Sac Bee: Some additional info that differs slightly from Ari’s note

      “Ishida said the same issues remain in recent decades: public schools versus private and if it’s fair – and how to solve it.
      * Ishida said it’s far easier said than done to just dramatically introduce an Open Division or create a private school tournament to go with a public school like Texas or New York. Ishida said there has to be a positive vote by the Federated Council – 64 members strong – to pass. Still, Ishida said, “personally, I don’t know if it’d pass. The concern is a once-in-a-lifetime team getting stuck in the Open Division and not winning. We are exploring ways to making regional and state championships more competitive and interesting.”
      * There will be a May vote in the Federated Council to decide on an Open Division concept. If it passes, it would be introduced next season.

      Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/preps/archives/2012/03/cif-executive-d.html#storylink=cpy

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