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Game of the Day – International vs. Mercy girls basketball: Two of the best small-school City programs in recent history will face off in the Lick-Wilmerding Tournament championship game. For live updates on this game, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.

Non-league boys basketball tournaments
Drew 48, Lutheran (Elk Grove) 35 @ Gene Duffy Tournament (Calistoga)
Lick-Wilmerding 53, Lowell 44 @ Cardinal Classic (Lowell)
Urban 58, Balboa 37 @ Cardinal Classic (Lowell)
University 74, Stuart Hall 47 @ Island Classic at St. Joseph Notre Dame (Alameda)
Bay 67, Jefferson (Daly City) 54 @ Cardinal Classic (Lowell)
Woodside 60, Washington 46 @ Friborg/Miailovich Invitational at Piedmont Hills (San Jose)
Sonora 61, Wallenberg 28 @ Bret Harte Tournament (Angels Camp)
Athenian (Danville) 59, Leadership 53 @ Owls Invitational at Athenian (Danville)
Rodriguez (Fairfield) 53, Lincoln 40 @ Island Classic at St. Joseph Notre Dame (Alameda)
Waldorf vs. St. Vincent de Paul (Petaluma) @ John McMillan Holiday Invitational (Cloverdale), 3 p.m.

Non-league boys basketball
St. Ignatius 63, Mountain View 39

Non-league girls basketball tournaments
Washington 47, Castilleja (Palo Alto) 45 @ Terra Nova Tiger Tournament (Pacifica)
Drew 52, Mission 47 (OT) @ Lick-Wilmerding Tournament
Lick-Wilmerding 43, Balboa 41 (OT) @ Lick-Wilmerding Tournament
San Domenico (San Anselmo) 54, Lincoln 38 @ Lick-Wilmerding Tournament
International 65, Mercy 45 @ Lick-Wilmerding Tournament

Non-league girls basketball
Urban 52, ICA 38
Convent 41, Head-Royce (Oakland) 38

WCAL boys soccer
Valley Christian (San Jose) 5, St. Ignatius 1
St. Francis (Mountain View) 3, Riordan 1
Sacred Heart Cathedral 1, Bellarmine (San Jose) 0

WCAL girls soccer
Valley Christian (San Jose) 2, St. Ignatius 1
Presentation (San Jose) 5, Sacred Heart Cathedral 0

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17 Comments

  1. IC Stars says:

    Great job for the undefeated Irish beating Bellarmine at their place 1-0. Last season, SHC was the only WCAL team to win a CCS title.

    • city fan says:

      congrats SHC on your win against the bells. I believe this is the first time SHC has ever defeated the bells at bellarmine. Great job and good luck on the rest of your season!

      • Chris says:

        I think they did it last year too, SHC went to CCS last year. But it was the first time since 1976? Im sure someone will have the facts.

        • IC Stars says:

          No, the first win was at home at Beach Chalet on Jan. 31, 1975. Sacred Heart won 2-0. I tried to find a score in the papers then but nobody had it. This win was the first against the Bells on the road.

          • city fan says:

            2nd win at HOME was, i believe, two years ago with winning goal by Brian Sweeney. Saturdays game, however, was the first AWAY win against the bells

  2. Paul B. says:

    Tonight @ SI, both Andrew Vollert & Al Waters played their very first basketball games this season off the bench but shockingly, Trevor Dunbar was MIA but they didn’t miss him that much tonight.

  3. wcalsf says:

    MIA? Was Dunbar sick? injured? suspended?

  4. E. K. says:

    Does anyone know the Carlmont-HMB result in the Lowell game?

  5. Paul B. says:

    When will the story of yesterday’s girls hoops championship game @ Lick-Wilmerding be put up?

  6. Pablo says:

    Well done Irish! The Wilson brothers are really building a very solid all round boys soccer program at the school, dare I say on par with SI,

    • IC Stars says:

      After beating Bellarmine, I dare say too.

      • Chris says:

        Lee Brothers of SHC, if the Wilson Brothers can get dudes to play soccer and beat Bellarmine, surely, you guys need to change a few things too on football, the athletes are there, just get them to come out and want to play!

        • IC Stars says:

          What they really need is some historical perspective and to want to be part of that history. I can pick all kinds of history from the football program. How many prep programs played college teams? SH & SI also played baseball on the college level in the 1890’s.

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