PACIFICA — Two years ago, St. Ignatius pitcher Collin Monsour closed out the final leg of the Bruce-Mahoney series with a seventh-inning save as a sophomore.
This year, as the Wildcats’ ace, the senior barely broke a sweat.
Monsour threw a complete-game shutout in a 3-0 St. Ignatius win over rival Sacred Heart Cathedral in West Catholic Athletic League play on Thursday at Fairmont Park. Read More
Only one word could describe Saturday’s 2-1 victory for St. Ignatius boys’ soccer captain Shane Slosar: redemption.
After missing a penalty kick in the 67th minute of the West Catholic Athletic League match that would have put the Wildcats (9-4-3, 4-2-3) up 2-0 with 13 minutes left, Slosar feared the worst for the last 13 minutes. Read More
At the end of the first half, it looked like the teams would be locked in a stalemate when one quick play told the game’s entire story as St. Francis (8-1-1) took care of St. Ignatius (3-6-3) by a score of 2-0.
In the 32nd minute, St. Francis goalkeeper Jacqueline Caginia booted a kick downfield to teammate Caroline Olivero, who dribbled through Wildcats defenders and kicked past St. Ignatius goalkeeper Shannon Foster to put the Lancers up 1-0. Read More
The Central Coast Section Division III football championship game between St. Ignatius and Sacred Heart Cathedral essentially came down to a bounce.
With the game tied at 14-14 in the third quarter, a botched snap caromed off Sacred Heart quarterback Jack Harrington and hit the turf. Read More
Add another dagger to the St. Ignatius football team’s season of heartbreak.
The Wildcats dropped another gut-wrenching game at home, this time a 38-35 West Catholic Athletic League loss to St. Francis, and it came down to one play.
After St. Ignatius (2-5-1, 0-4-1 WCAL) took a 35-31 lead on a 1-yard touchdown run from fullback Dom Truoccolo with 1:34 remaining in the game, St. Francis (4-4, 3-2) drove down to the Wildcats 25-yard line with just over 30 seconds to play. Read More
Valley Christian of San Jose did everything it could to give the St. Ignatius football team a win Saturday afternoon, but the Wildcats simply could not capitalize.
The visiting Warriors made crucial mistakes in the fourth quarter to give St. Ignatius several opportunities to erase a 24-14 lead, but held on for a 24-21 win. Read More
Lowell at Burton, 3 p.m.
The Cardinals (1-2, 0-1) dropped their Academic Athletic Association opener to rival Washington last week, and will look to avenge last season’s loss to Burton (0-2, 0-1), which also lost its opener, to Galileo, last week.
Lincoln at Galileo, 3 p.m. Read More
The Washington High School football team didn’t exactly eliminate the mistakes that plagued them last week, but a big-play run attack and a solid defensive effort was more than enough to rout visiting Oakland High School 52-6 on Saturday. Read More
St. Ignatius still hasn’t put together four consecutive quarters of solid football, but luckily for the Wildcats, their defense was dominant enough through three to build up a 35-0 lead against Bishop O’Dowd of Oakland.
The Dragons, who outgained St. Ignatius 278-231, rallied in the fourth quarter to cut the final score to 35-20, but the huge deficit was too much to overcome. Read More
As tough a pill as St. Ignatius’ 28-26 loss to Marin Catholic was to swallow last week, the excitement surrounding the football program is palpable.
The reason for the excitement is a revamped offense the Wildcats displayed against Marin Catholic, and first-year junior starting quarterback Jack Stinn. Read More