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Girls Basketball: Lowell dominated in the paint by Eastside Prep

Girls Basketball: Lowell dominated in the paint by Eastside Prep 

By Josh Levine

The Eastside Prep girls basketball team took down Lowell 49-34 in a Martin Luther King Day showcase on Monday at City College of San Francisco and the Panthers did it on the boards.

Led by 6-foot, USF-bound senior forward Hashima Carothers, Eastside outrebounded the Cardinals by a 33-14 margin in the non-league win.

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Boys Basketball: Short-handed Jewish Community routed by New Community

Boys Basketball: Short-handed Jewish Community routed by New Community 

By Josh Levine

DALY CITY – With two of its three leading scorers out with concussions, the Jewish Community boys basketball team got drubbed by visiting New Community Jewish of West Hills in a 63-28 non-league loss Sunday at Westlake Community Center.

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Boys Basketball: University pulls away early to beat Marshall

By Matthew Snyder

Behind 16 points from hot-shooting senior guard David Medoff and eight points from junior forward Jack Gale, the University boys basketball team charged out to a 15-point halftime lead on the road against Marshall on Wednesday.

But it was the heady, all-around play of seniors Harold Getz and Chris Mah that allowed the Red Devils to withstand a fourth-quarter Marshall rally and emerge with a 67-50 non-league victory.

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Boys Basketball: Dunbar shines in St. Ignatius’ Sand Dune win over Jesuit

Boys Basketball: Dunbar shines in St. Ignatius’ Sand Dune win over Jesuit 

By Zack Farmer

On paper, the St. Ignatius boys basketball team appeared to have a disadvantage in height against Jesuit in the Sand Dune Classic championship game on Saturday.

As it turned out, St. Ignatius’ small lineup became its advantage.

The Wildcats used their quickness and guard play to take down the Marauders 77-58 and claim the tournament title.

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Girls Basketball: St. Ignatius edges Lowell to claim Sand Dune championship

Girls Basketball: St. Ignatius edges Lowell to claim Sand Dune championship 

By John Baker

In the Sand Dune Classic girls basketball tournament championship, Lowell and St. Ignatius both held leads for long stretches, but the Wildcats rallied behind a game-high 23 points from Quinci Mann – 10 of them coming in the fourth quarter – to beat the Cardinals 52-48 on Saturday.

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Prep Wrapup: Cohen scores 32 to send Urban boys basketball to tourney final

Prep Wrapup is our feature where we will hopefully provide a broad overview of the previous day’s action. Coaches, to contribute to the Prep Wrapup, please send scores and details the night of the game/event to contact@sanfranpreps.com or call our scores line at (415) 251-0918.

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Boys Basketball: St. Ignatius takes down Santa Cruz to advance to Sand Dune final

Boys Basketball: St. Ignatius takes down Santa Cruz to advance to Sand Dune final 

By Matthew Snyder

Heading into Saturday night’s tournament semifinal against St. Ignatius in the Sand Dune Classic, Santa Cruz head boys basketball coach Patrick Jones wanted to negate junior forward Julian Marcu’s influence on the offensive end.

The Cardinals held a foul-ridden Marcu to four points, but they couldn’t contain St. Ignatius’ talented guards – particularly junior Trevor Dunbar – who propelled the Wildcats to a 69-45 win.

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Girls Basketball: Lowell ousts Pinewood in Sand Dune semifinal

Girls Basketball: Lowell ousts Pinewood in Sand Dune semifinal 

By Zack Farmer

Scoring 15 points in the first half of a high school basketball game usually isn’t a good thing, but when it’s five points more than the opposition, it feels a bit better.

The Lowell girls basketball team held Pinewood to 10 first-half points and turned on the offense in the third quarter en route to a 44-27 win in the semifinal round of the Sand Dune Classic on Friday at St. Ignatius.

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Prep Wrapup: Riordan boys basketball cruises in tournament opener

Prep Wrapup is our feature where we will hopefully provide a broad overview of the previous day’s action. Coaches, to contribute to the Prep Wrapup, please send scores and details the night of the game/event to contact@sanfranpreps.com or call our scores line at (415) 251-0918.

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Boys Basketball: St. Ignatius surges late to take down Burlingame in Sand Dune

Boys Basketball: St. Ignatius surges late to take down Burlingame in Sand Dune 

By John Baker

When deciding who to schedule in its opening game of the Sand Dune Classic, the St. Ignatius boys basketball team had a dilemma – pick an easy opponent to improve its chances of getting into the championship game or a tough one to harden them for the rigors ahead.

When the opener came around Thursday, it seemed tournament host took the latter road.

In an exciting matchup with perennial Central Coast Section contender Burlingame, the Wildcats built a big lead, lost it with just over 5 minutes left, then went on a strong run to beat the Panthers 59-54.

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Girls Basketball: Pinewood routs Galileo in Sand Dune opener

By Aidan Fitzsimon

Pinewood’s girls basketball team hit 11 three-pointers and shot 41 percent from the field in a 61-29 rout of Galileo in the first round of the Sand Dune Classic on Thursday at St. Ignatius Prep.

Sophomore guard Gabi Bade led the Panthers’ (7-2) three-point-shooting offense with a 4-of-6 performance from behind the arc en route to a game-high 18 points.

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Boys Basketball: Lincoln blows double-digit fourth-quarter lead in tourney opener

Boys Basketball: Lincoln blows double-digit fourth-quarter lead in tourney opener 

By Matthew Snyder

KENTFIELD – For 26 minutes on Wednesday night, the Lincoln boys basketball team looked ready to cruise to a comfortable victory over University of Irvine in the opening round of the Don Bambauer Holiday Classic at Marin Catholic.

But the Trojans’ trapping zone defense forced the Mustangs into 11 fourth-quarter turnovers and erased a 19-point deficit on the way to an improbable 87-78 overtime win.

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