During the West Catholic Athletic League season, the St. Ignatius baseball team failed to come through in so many key hitting situations that its confidence plummeted almost to the point of no return.
Almost. Read More
As Dan Fouts was introduced to a standing ovation, the Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback experienced a trip down memory lane. Read More
By most accounts, St. Ignatius has the best boys’ lacrosse program west of the Mississippi.
But are the Wildcats — ranked 11th in the country by Toplaxrecruits.com — among the top handful of teams in the nation? They’re about to find out soon — real soon. For the first time in its storied history, St. Ignatius (16-0) will travel to the hotbed of U.S. lacrosse to test itself against the premier competition in the country. Read More
In the moments leading up to every race, St. Ignatius senior Ciaran Murphy is constantly fighting a battle — with himself.
“I get pretty nervous and put a lot of pressure on myself,” he said. “Often times I’ll psyche myself out of the race.” Read More
PACIFICA — With their playoff fate hanging in the balance, Carrie McKewan and the St. Ignatius softball team played perhaps their best game of the season.
McKewan had 11 strikeouts and allowed just two hits in going the distance for the 13th time this season, and the Wildcats earned a critical 7-0 win over rival Sacred Heart Cathedral on Tuesday at Fairmont Field. Read More
The wait was more than worth it for Matt Krook and his St. Ignatius teammates. Read More
What started out as a close game quickly became a blowout as the top-seeded Sacred Heart Cathedral girls’ basketball team held Campolindo scoreless in the second quarter of a 59-40 victory for the Irish in the CIF NorCal regional semifinals Tuesday. Read More
Eleven San Francisco high schools are part of the Northern California bracket of the CIF State Basketball Championships, though none were selected to compete in the newly formed and controversial Open Division.
The CIF unveiled brackets on Sunday and the Sacred Heart Cathedral boys and girls were both handsomely rewarded. Read More
The St. Ignatius boys’ basketball team’s defensive strategy against rival Sacred Heart Cathedral in front of a capacity crowd at USF on Tuesday was simple.
Let the Irish shoot.
The Wildcats sagged off the Irish and let them take open looks on the perimeter, and the strategy worked, allowing St. Ignatius to take back the Bruce-Mahoney trophy with a 56-46 win. Read More
The St. Ignatius football team probably deserves a home game for its Central Coast Section Open Division semifinal matchup against Mitty on Saturday, but the Wildcats are more than comfortable on the road.
The sixth-seeded Wildcats will make the hour drive from the Sunset to take on Mitty in its own back yard at Independence High School in San Jose on Saturday night. Read More