The recycling center and nursery next to Kezar Stadium will still be evicted, but when exactly is unknown.
An eviction notice was given to the Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council’s recycling site Nov. 29. By law, the center and native plant nursery had until Wednesday to voluntarily pack up and move out of Golden Gate Park, according to Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Kathy Gorwood. But that did not happen. Read More
Will McKee has played at Kezar Stadium more times than he can remember.
Playing football, lacrosse and soccer in four years at St. Ignatius Prep, big games were always at Kezar, but he didn’t wear the familiar red, white and blue uniform in his final appearance at the iconic stadium. Read More
California’s Supreme Court has denied the Haight-Ashbury Neighborhood Council’s request to review the eviction of its recycling center, essentially ending the 40-year-old organization’s fight to stay in its home near Kezar Stadium. Read More
In the afterglow of St. Ignatius’ shocking win over Valley Christian in the Central Coast Section semifinals on Saturday, there was a collective feeling of confusion from many who follow high school sports in San Francisco.
An unprecedented matchup of venerable city rivals Sacred Heart Cathedral and St. Ignatius in the Division III CCS championship will be played in ... Pacifica? Read More
Before every game, Gateway High School’s boys’ soccer coach Joe Killmaier makes a gut decision.His best player, senior Fauris Franco, can be equally impactful as a goal-scoring forward and a goal-stopping keeper.
In the Bay Counties League Central championship game against International, Killmaier put him in net, and the decision payed off in the Gators’ 3-1 win to clinch their second consecutive league title on Thursday at Kezar Stadium. Read More
Dominance is a term bandied about in sports, but no other word better describes what Mission High School’s defense did to Galileo on Thursday.
The Bears held Galileo to 85 total yards, forced eight turnovers and returned three interceptions for touchdowns in a 66-6 Academic Athletic Association win at Kezar Stadium. Read More
The players may change on the field year-to-year, but the storyline stays the same.
It’s the Bruce-Mahoney game — enough said.
This year’s edition of the 118-year-old rivalry is scheduled for Friday night at Kezar Stadium and is not short on subplots, with Sacred Heart Cathedral needing only one more win for a Central Coast Section playoff berth and St. Ignatius also seeking crucial CCS points. Read More
For both Lowell and Washington, nonleague play provided extreme highs and lows, making the first rivalry game of the season that much more intriguing.
The two teams meet annually for the Battle of the Birds, in the only Academic Athletic Association night game of the season. This year’s meeting will open the AAA season at Kezar Stadium on Friday night. Read More
The Stanford football team caught its first break of the 2011 season with the weather Monday, as new coach David Shaw was able to watch his squad practice in near-perfect conditions.
The Cardinal will need plenty more breaks to go their way if they plan on duplicating their 12-1 campaign from last year that was capped by an impressive 40-12 win over Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl. Read More
A Haight-Ashbury recycling center that started 36 years ago as a community activism project on an asphalt parking lot in Golden Gate Park can expect a 90-day eviction notice today.
After two hours of public outcry both supporting and opposing the closure of the center next to Kezar Stadium to make way for community-garden plots and a pedestrian plaza, the Recreation and Park Commission unanimously voted in favor of the change Thursday. Read More