Prep Wrapup: SHC boys soccer gets first win at Bellarmine since 1975

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Boys Soccer: Sacred Heart Cathedral 1, Bellarmine (San Jose) 0

The Irish (5-0, 1-0) made school history when they won their first Central Coast Section Division III championship last season and took another big step Saturday.

With a win over the Bells (0-1, 0-1), Sacred Heart won its first game at Bellarmine since 1975. The lone goal came from senior Oscar Reyes in the 71st minute.

“As a 17-year coach in the historic West Catholic Athletic League, I have always viewed Bellarmine’s program as the best around,” said Sacred Heart head coach Jeff Wilson. “My inspiration has always been to take [Sacred Heart] to the level of Bellarmine, so beating them at their place today is not only special for me but for the entire program. If anyone deserves praise, it is the young men who represent the varsity this year. As they said to me before the game, they want to build on last year’s CCS title and keep making history. So far, so good.”

Girls Basketball: Drew 52, Mission 47 (OT)

The Bears (1-7) led by as many as 10 points in the fourth quarter, but the Dragons (4-3) turned up their defensive pressure to force overtime. Mission took an early lead in overtime, but Drew ended the extra period on an 8-0 run to seal the win.

Three Drew players scored in double figures, led by senior forward Nefertiti Rogers’ 15 points. Nora McDevitt-Hickey and Tamera Gallaread added 14 and 12 points, respectively.

Girls Basketball: Convent 41, Head-Royce (Oakland) 38

The Cubs (5-1) trailed the Jayhawks (3-3) 24-23 at the half, but rallied in the second half to escape Oakland with a victory, despite shooting just 30 percent from the field and just over 60 percent from the free throw line.

Convent senior guard Bianka Quintanilla-Whye led the way with 13 points, junior guard Jaime Hum-Nishikado added nine points and senior Gina Domergue scored seven. Quintanilla-Whye also had team highs in steals (five) and rebounds (five).

Boys Basketball: Drew 48, Lutheran (Elk Grove) 35

The Dragons (1-6) took home their first win of the season in the final game of the Gene Duffy Tournament in Calistoga behind a team-high 13 points from senior guard and captain Kyle Kababsares.

Guards Hao Tran and Charlie Boone added 10 points apiece, and another guard, Eddy Poot, led the Dragons’ defensive effort with five steals.

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