Building a football program from scratch is not an easy task.
But Stuart Hall has found early success, and after two seasons, the Knights have their legs under them and now have something tangible to shoot for — a league championship.
“Because it was my first year last year and it was only the second year of the program, guys feel like they still have something to prove to themselves and others,” Stuart Hall coach Richard Robinson said. Read More
While defending Academic Athletic Association baseball champion Washington High School has limped through its first four games, Lowell is looking like the prime candidate to supplant the Eagles.
The Cardinals followed a 13-0 win over International in their opener on Saturday with a 12-3 rout of Stuart Hall in the second round of the Dick Murray tournament on Monday at Silver Terrace Playground. Read More
Eighty minutes was not enough for both the Stuart Hall and University High Schools boys’ soccer teams to find the back of the net, as the two battled to a 0-0 tie Thursday.
It was the first league match of the season for both teams.
Stuart Hall senior forward Tim Connolly said he thought his team played well. Read More
In many ways, Stuart Hall High School’s first football season was more about getting its feet wet than wins and losses, but year two is another story.
The Knights not only have the desire to make an impact in 2011, but may also have the players to do so. Read More
Stuart Hall got its first two batters of the game to score and would not score for the rest of the game — fortunately for the Knights, that was enough to clinch their first Bay Counties League baseball championship in school history.
Riding another standout performance from sophomore pitcher Ben Carrasco, the Knights held off Marin Academy the rest of the way to win 2-1 on Saturday at Skyline College. Read More
During the top of the first inning, it looked like Stuart Hall starter T.J. Najera was in for a long afternoon, giving up hits to three of the first four University batters.
However, after spotting the Red Devils three runs, Najera tightened things up to pitch six strong innings, and the Knights rallied back to defeat the Red Devils 5-3 in the Bay Counties League West semifinals on Thursday at Skyline College. Read More
If the Giants’ World Series title in 2010 taught the rest of Major League Baseball anything, it’s that you can’t sleep on an underdog — or you’ll get bit. Frank Duncan, a 19-year-old San Francisco native now playing baseball at Kansas University, is proving the same can be said of the college game. Read More
The second-inning hit from Stuart Hall junior outfielder Alex Asadorian looked normal enough, as the line drive past Sacred Heart Cathedral first baseman Patrick Murphy fell into right field.
But it would end up being the only hit for Stuart Hall, as Sacred Heart junior right-hander Chris Miguel locked down the Knights the rest of the way in a 5-0 Irish win in the Dick Murray Tournament championship game on Wednesday at Westborough Park. Read More
Stuart Hall High School pitcher Ben Carasco was in total control and working a shutout going into the bottom of the fifth inning. With the game a scoreless tie, Lowell High School needed a spark. Read More
After scoring just four points in the first quarter of its Bay Counties League West semifinal game against Marin Academy, Stuart Hall needed a spark.
Junior guard Tim Connolly gave the Knights just what they needed, with a season-high 19 points and six assists, leading Stuart Hall to a 46-36 win on Wednesday at Kezar Pavilion. Read More