Prep Wrapup: St. Ignatius girls golf continues WCAL title streak
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Girls Golf: WCAL championship
Since the West Catholic Athletic League began playing girls golf in 2002, there hasn’t been a year when St. Ignatius wasn’t at least a shared league champion and that streak was extended to 11 years on Tuesday at Poplar Creek Golf Course in San Mateo.
The Wildcats finished third in the WCAL championship tournament with a combined score of 411, ten strokes behind tournament champion Presentation, but because they were tied with Valley Christian for the regular-season league title, were named co-champions due to WCAL rules.
All-WCAL selection Samantha Gong led St. Ignatius with an even-par 71 and St. Francis’ Nancy Xu won the individual title with a 3-under 68.
Sacred Heart Cathedral finished seventh with a team score of 517, led by low-scorer Sarah McDonagh, who shot 95.
Boys Soccer: Mission 8, Jordan 1
The Bears (16-2-1, 12-0-0) capped their undefeated Academic Athletic Association season with a flourish, behind two goals apiece from Marco Caballero and Mario Mejia. Marcos Lopez, Dominic May, Mario Ruiz Reyes and Hugo Wanderley De Souza also scored goals for the Bears. The Jaguars’ (4-6-4, 4-4-4) only score came on a Mission own goal.
Boys Soccer: Lowell 3, Marshall 1
The Cardinals (10-1-3, 10-1-1) sealed the No. 2 seed in the AAA playoffs with goals from Avery Fisher, Aaron Moye and Tony Torres. Will Slotterback assisted on two Lowell goals and Fisher assisted on the other. Christopher Encizo scored the only goal for the Phoenix (1-11-0, 1-11-0).
Boys Soccer: Lincoln 8, Wallenberg 1
The Mustangs (10-3-3, 9-2-1) already had the No. 3 seed locked up in the AAA playoffs, but still ended the season on a high note with a balanced attack. Dennis Chen was the only Lincoln player to score more than one goal, while Hunter Collins, Saul Cortez, Jeffrey Fuentes, Raury Girling, Rory Grant and Carols Lara scored solo goals to beat the Bulldogs (1-11-0, 1-11-0).
Girls Volleyball: Jewish Community 3, Mid-Peninsula (Menlo Park) 0
Junior Zoe Morgan-Weinman had four kills and four blocks, freshman Siena Hasson had three kills and four blocks, and junior Jessica Berman added three kills and three aces, as the Wolves (11-4, 7-2) cruised to a 25-8, 25-22, 25-13 Private School Athletic League North Division win.