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Boys Basketball: University’s balanced attack too much for Mission

Boys Basketball: University’s balanced attack too much for Mission 

By Jeremy Balan

The University boys basketball team’s two best players combined to score a single point in the first half against visiting Mission on Tuesday night and that wasn’t a problem.

The Red Devils still led 45-30 at the half and cruised to a 75-63 victory because they may have the deepest group in head coach Randal Bessolo’s eighth year with the program.

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Football Game of the Week: Lincoln and Mission vie for AAA superiority

Football Game of the Week: Lincoln and Mission vie for AAA superiority 

By Jeremy Balan

It’s not Turkey Day just yet, but it might as well be.

The two best teams in the Academic Athletic Association will be on the same field Saturday at School of the Arts, and the gap between the Lincoln and Mission high school football teams and the rest of the league is significant.

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Boys Soccer: International rallies late to force draw with Lick-Wilmerding

By Matthew Snyder

International High School’s boys soccer team scored two goals in the final three minutes of game time to earn a 2-2 draw against Lick-Wilmerding in Bay Counties League West play on Wednesday at City College of San Francisco.

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Winter Sports: CCS and NCS live bracket updates

Winter Sports: CCS and NCS live bracket updates 

After a crazy day, I’ve got a full night of sleep and I’m repeatedly hitting the refresh buttons on the Central Coast Section and North Coast Section playoff brackets.

I’ll update them as quickly as I can as they get posted and please feel free to discuss in the comments section

– Jeremy Balan

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St. Ignatius to close school, cancel games due to stomach flu

By Jeremy Balan (Developing story) Update (9:43 p.m.): St. Ignatius athletic director John Mulkerrins and Sacred Heart Cathedral athletic directors Phil Freed and Jo Ann Momono will be discussing the status of the boys basketball game scheduled for Wednesday night, tomorrow morning. Update (9:41 p.m.): The St. Ignatius boys soccer game against Serra scheduled for […]

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SanFranPreps.com Boys Basketball Top 10: Sacred Heart top team again

SanFranPreps.com Boys Basketball Top 10: Sacred Heart top team again 

Every week, we will be publishing our take on the top 10 boys and girls basketball teams in San Francisco. Feel free to make your own rankings and discuss ours in the comment section.

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Football: St. Ignatius defense the difference against Bishop O’Dowd

Football: St. Ignatius defense the difference against Bishop O’Dowd 

By Jeremy Balan

St. Ignatius still hasn’t put together four consecutive quarters of solid football, but luckily for the Wildcats, their defense was dominant enough through three to build up a 35-0 lead against Bishop O’Dowd of Oakland.

The Dragons, which outgained St. Ignatius 278-231, rallied in the fourth quarter to cut the final score to 35-20, but the huge deficit was too much to overcome.

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Technical difficulties…

We’re experiencing some technical difficulties, preventing us from updating our scoreboard and posting new stories. We apologize for the inconvenience and will hopefully be back up and running tomorrow.

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Boys Soccer: University’s young guns get first win against Mission

Boys Soccer: University’s young guns get first win against Mission 

By Jeremy Balan

University High School’s boys soccer team returned five seniors from last season’s team, but it was two of the Red Devils’ least experienced players that led them to a 1-0 win over Mission High School on Tuesday at Kezar Stadium.

It is University’s (1-0-1) first win of the season, and it appeared the Red Devils would remain winless until the 65th minute, when sophomore Jack Wilson knocked in the only goal of the game.

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Girls Basketball: Wallenberg secures second place with win over Galileo

Girls Basketball: Wallenberg secures second place with win over Galileo 

By Chris McGuire Wallenberg High School can relax for the moment, after securing a 65-51 win at Galileo High School late Tuesday afternoon to clinch second place in the AAA’s Neff Division. “The Lions are such a physical team. All the pressure is on us to win,” Wallenberg Head Coach Christina Lee said before the […]

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Basketball: CCS brackets released

Basketball: CCS brackets released 

The CIF-Central Coast Section playoff matchups were released late on Sunday, with seven San Francisco schools receiving bids to play in the Division 3, 4 and 5 tournaments.

Tournament play begins on Tuesday, but all San Francisco schools start Thursday or later.

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Basketball: Thursday semifinal and second round matchups

Basketball: Thursday semifinal and second round matchups 

Thursday will feature semifinal play practically everywhere, except in the West Bay playoffs, where Mercy will host a second round game against Menlo. Check back tomorrow morning for semifinal stories.

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