In their meeting last season, Sacred Heart Cathedral and Terra Nova put on an offensive display — you could even call it a shootout.
Sacred Heart racked up more than 500 total yards and Terra Nova quarterback Chris Forbes threw for nearly 400, but it was only a few late Tiger turnovers that put the Irish up for good.
Sacred Heart coach John Lee does not want to be in that situation again. Read More
Lowell High School’s offense took a while to get going, but it started up just in time.
The Cardinals trailed visiting Bret Harte of Angels Camp 20-0 early in the fourth quarter, but scored three times in the final 10 minutes of play to stun the Bullfrogs 21-20 on Saturday at School of the Arts. Read More
Kids in San Francisco bolted from high school at a much higher rate last year than the year prior, according to data released by the California Department of Education — but officials in The City might have the answer for keeping them in class. Read More
The Carlmont High School baseball team has been on a mission to claim sole possession of the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division championship and with only three games remaining, it has first place in its sights.
Entering the week, the Scots (16-6, 7-3 PAL Bay) were riding a seven-game winning streak and tied with El Camino for first in the Bay and each team has to be near perfect to win the league. Read More
After opening the game’s scoring with an RBI double from senior Marcus Blacksher, Marshall High School appeared to have the momentum to become the first B Division team to defeat an A Division foe in the Academic Athletic Association playoffs.
But it was a familiar hurdle that haunted the Phoenix after taking the lead, as Marshall committed five errors that resulted in eight unearned runs in a 9-2 loss to Lincoln High School on Tuesday at West Sunset Playground. Read More
Nine athletes covering seven decades of competition in six sports from six high schools comprise the 2011 San Francisco Prep Hall of Fame induction class.Zac Lee and Ray Calcagno, St. Ignatius quarterbacks from different generations, are two of the nine who will be honored at the May 21 ceremony. The third St. Ignatius football inductee is the late Jack McKay. Read More
For most high school water polo coaches, having one player recruited to play for a prestigious university out of a single graduating class is a memorable accomplishment. Having five out for an entire career is just as noteworthy. Read More
After a strong Academic Athletic Association (AAA) season opener win against International Studies Academy on Wednesday, the Lowell girls’ basketball team (2-0) was able to stay undefeated in it’s early season with a 52-35 victory over the Galileo Lions on Friday.
At the end of the first quarter, Galileo led with a score of 11-4. Lowell rebounded and refocused and regained control by the midway through the third quarter. Read More
The Carlmont High School boys’ basketball team is looking like the team to beat this year. Unfortunately for the Scots, they are playing in a league full of teams to beat.
“It’s a division [where] all six teams are going to be good this year,” Carlmont coach Dave Low said. “I can easily see the first-place team finishing with two or three losses.” Read More
Playing a three-day basketball tournament between Christmas and New Year’s may not seem to be the easiest feat to pull of — especially when you are running an eight-team bracket each for both boys’ and girls’ prep teams. Read More