It took the Lick-Wilmerding High School boys’ basketball team three games to figure it out, but they finally came up with the formula to beat Urban.The Tigers locked down the paint, denied standout Urban guard Nate Cohen the ball and outrebounded the Blues 36-22 in a 69-58 win in the Bay Counties League West semifinals on Wednesday at Kezar Pavilion. Read More
Convent of the Sacred Heart High School’s girls’ volleyball team may have just needed a wake-up call to close out Lick-Wilmerding on Tuesday.
After controlling the first two games, the visiting Cubs allowed Lick to rally back, but returned to their dominant form in the deciding fifth game of a 25-17, 25-13, 22-25, 21-25, 15-6 Bay Counties League West win. Read More
Lick-Wilmerding High School knocked off first-place Marin Academy 40-36 in Bay Counties League West play Thursday.
After trailing 31-30 heading into the fourth quarter, Lick (12-11, 3-4) took the lead back in the fourth and blocked shots by juniors P.J. Stone and Isaiah Boone with less than a minute remaining helped keep the Tigers ahead for good. Read More
In the first half of Lick-Wilmerding’s nonleague game against Bay School in the Bay Area Conference Challenge on Saturday at Head-Royce School, the Tigers were ice-cold, except for one player.
While the rest of the Tigers shot 1-for-14 from the floor in the half, senior guard Kishan Jay buoyed the offense with 12 of the team’s
14 points in the half, to keep Lick close enough to rally back from a 19-14 halftime deficit in a 47-41 win. Read More
Kenji Liu, program director for the Geneva Car Barn will be hosting a showcase of works by 12 youth artists created during this fall’s Powerhouse Arts Apprenticeship Program at Lick-Wilmerding High School at 6 p.m. Read More
Generally, a sunny day with clear skies is a sports fan’s dream come true.
For the Urban School and Lick-Wilmerding High School boys’ soccer teams, the heat was more of an obstacle than a gift.
Yet, between both sides battling the uncharacteristic heat and running go-for-broke offensive schemes, only one team survived, with Lick-Wilmerding pulling out a 3-2 league victory. Read More
As hard as it is to win a league title, it’s even more challenging to repeat.
Yet, if Lick-Wilmerding’s league-opening 25-16, 25-21, 25-21 victory against Convent of the Sacred Heart in girls’ volleyball is any determinant of how the 2010 season will unfold, then the Bay Counties West League can expect the Tigers to repeat as back-to-back champs. Read More