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
When watching Urban School’s Evan Chang playing for the Blues on the volleyball court, you can’t help but notice his talent, but something seems off.
Undoubtedly the best player in the program’s five-year history, Chang regularly plays out of position for the Blues, but is actually one of the best high school liberos in the Bay Area. Read More
Up three points with 10 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Galileo freshman point guard Cassidy Chan sunk two free throws to put the Lions up five points and seal the game.Shortly thereafter, Galileo exhaled. The Lions, who entered the second half with a 22-7 lead, had just held off a furious Urban comeback bid to win 39-34 in the first round of the Lincoln Tournament at Lincoln High School on Thursday. 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