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Girls Volleyball: Drew sweeps San Domenico to extend first-place lead in BCL Central

By Matthew Snyder

Moments after she watched her girls volleyball team clinch a 25-14, 25-21, 25-22 win over visiting San Domenico in the penultimate Bay Counties League Central game of the season on Monday at Booker T. Washington Community Center, Drew School head coach Lindsey Stiles rattled off a number of impressive performances from the match.

Stiles saved sophomore middle blocker Sabrina Massialas for last, though.



Thursday Scoreboard

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Game of the day – Balboa vs. Lincoln girls soccer: The Mustangs are undefeated in AAA play, but are still three points behind Galileo in the Heinline Division, while the Bucs sit in fourth place in the Rueda Division, two spots out of playoff position. For live updates on this game, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.


Tuesday Scoreboard

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Games of the day – Sacred Heart Cathedral vs. Center boys basketball: The top-seeded Irish will take on 12th seed Center, which took down Mission in the first round, in the Northern California regional semifinals. St. Ignatius vs. St. Mary’s girls basketball: The fourth-seeded Wildcats will take a 2-hour bus trip to Stockton to take on the top-seeded Rams, and will be significant underdogs. For live updates on these games, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.


Thursday Scoreboard

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Game of the day – Sacred Heart Cathedral vs. St. Ignatius boys volleyball: The Irish are just ahead of the defending WCAL tournament champs in the league standings and the winner tonight will be in fourth place all alone. For live updates on this game, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.


Tuesday Scoreboard

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Game of the day – Lowell vs. Sacred Heart Cathedral baseball: The Dick Murray tournament championship game will feature the Cardinals and the Irish, who have both played impressively in early non-league play. Sacred Heart is undefeated at 5-0, while Lowell’s only setback has been a 1-0 loss to Riordan last week. For live updates on this game, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps and you can also follow pitch-by-pitch at iscorecast.com with the password FB23526406.


Girls Basketball: International’s young guns the difference in NCS semifinals

By Josh Levine

Much of International High School’s recent success can be attributed to senior captain Denia Ebersole, but it was the play of two underclassmen that stole the show on Wednesday night.

Sophomore guard Natalie Kelly scored 24 points and freshman guard Shayna Mehta added 19 to lead the sixth-seeded Jaguars to a dominant 62-39 win over visiting San Domenico of San Anselmo in the North Coast Section Division V semifinals.


Wednesday Scoreboard

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Games of the day – Lincoln vs. Marshall boys basketball: The Phoenix showed flashes of greatness this year, but dropped both regular-season meetings with the Mustangs, including a disheartening 51-29 loss last week. St. Ignatius vs. El Camino boys basketball: The Wildcats dropped a non-league game to the Colts in December, but a win tonight puts them into the section championship game and gives them a spot in the state championship tournament. International vs. San Domenico girls basketball: The Jaguars have already advanced further than any team in school history, but will take on their BCL Central rivals in the semifinals. International dominated the Panthers in the league championship game, but San Domenico proved they could beat the Jaguars with a 50-40 road win in January. For live updates on these games, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.


Saturday Scoreboard

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Games of the day – Sacred Heart Cathedral vs. Burlingame boys basketball: It’s a bit early for the two teams to meet in the CCS playoffs, but they’re more than familiar. The Irish have met with Burlingame in the last three CCS Division III championship games, but this time, will take the Panthers in the quarterfinals. St. Ignatius vs. Aptos boys basketball: The sixth-seeded Mariners travel to the City to take on the third-seeded Wildcats and the only common opponent between the two teams is Santa Cruz. The Wildcats beat Santa Cruz handily in the Sand Dune Classic, while the Mariners won two of three meetings with Cardinals in Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League play. University vs. Sonoma Academy girls basketball: The Red Devils host the fourth-seeded Coyotes, who have already had their way with City opponents this season. Sonoma Academy has already recorded wins over International, Bay and Urban this season. For live updates on these game, follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/SanFranPreps.


Championship Wrapup: University breaks through to beat Convent in BCL West championship

University High School’s girls basketball team stunned top-seeded Convent with a 50-47 win in the Bay Counties League West championship game on on Saturday at Kezar Pavilion and the Red Devils literally stole the game late.

University’s Kaiza Molina and Kayla Symanovich each had a steal on Convent’s final two possessions of the game to seal the win.