Prep Wrapup: Bay wins inaugural BAC girls golf championship

Bay School golfers (from left to right) Charlotte Bailinson, Olivia McCandless, Amy Andreini, Eva Geisse, Sophia Kauffman and Amelia Walsh combined to win the first Bay Area Conference girls golf championship.

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Girls Golf: Bay Area Conference championship

The Bay School girls golf team lost its regular-season match to Convent earlier this year, but came out on top in the inaugural Bay Area Conference girls golf championship on Thursday at Mill Valley Golf Course in Marin County.

With a team score of 449, the Breakers finished five strokes ahead of the Cubs to win the conference’s first girls golf championship.

Eva Geisse led the Breakers with fourth-place finish (she tied Drew’s Kelsey Fergeson with a 107 on the par-68 course), but the individual spotlight was reserved for Bentley’s Sydney Babiak, who was the only golfer to shoot under 100 with a eight-over-par 76. Babiak finished 29 strokes ahead of the pack.

The entire Bay team, along with Babiak and Convent’s top-three finishers Anna Lyons and Stephanie Gee, will advance to play in the North Coast Section Division II championship at Peacock Gap Golf Course in San Rafael on Oct. 29.

Boys Soccer: Mission 6, O’Connell 0

The Bears (13-1-1, 8-0-0) got a hat trick from Mario Ruiz Reyes, two goals from Christian Cortes and a solo strike from Caballero to win their third straight Yao Cup over the Boilermakers (3-7-0, 3-7-0) under the lights at Kezar Stadium.

Boys Soccer: Lincoln 1, Jordan 0

The Mustangs (9-2-2, 8-1-0) temporarily knocked the Jaguars (3-5-3, 3-3-3) out of playoff contention, but didn’t do so easily. After a scoreless first half, Lincoln’s Juan Galvez scored the game’s only goal after the halftime break.

Girls Volleyball: San Francisco Christian 3, Jewish Community 2

The Wolves (7-4, 4-2) got five aces from junior setter Elana Fogel and a balanced effort from Zoe Morgan-Weinman (three aces, three kills and four blocks), but fell to their in-City rivals 25-17, 22-25, 25-22, 23-25, 15-12.

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  1. yasmin says:

    This is so cool. Y’all deserve this!!

    ~Yasmin Eltawil

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