The Washington High School baseball team may be the defending Academic Athletic Association champion with a key core of seniors returning, but its first two games of the season have shown it has plenty of room for improvement.
The Eagles were in contention for most of their nonleague game on the road against El Camino and held a 2-1 lead in the fifth inning, but gave up nine unanswered runs in two innings to lose 10-2. Read More
The stretch run of the Academic Athletic Association boys’ basketball season is no longer a two-horse race.
With the same five players on the floor for the vast majority of the game, visiting Marshall High School upset Mission 77-71 on Wednesday.
Combined with Lincoln’s win over Balboa on Wednesday, the loss knocks the Bears (17-9, 10-2) out of first place in the AAA’s Lang Division and puts Marshall (11-11, 9-3) a game behind Mission and two games behind the Mustangs. Read More
After both teams had to wait an extra day to tangle due to the soggy conditions at Kezar Stadium, the Sacred Heart Cathedral High School boys’ soccer team outlasted St. Ignatius 2-1 in an exciting West Catholic Athletic League contest at Crocker Amazon on Wednesday.
Sacred Heart (9-4-3, 5-3-2) received goals from senior forward Jonathon Rojas and fellow senior Dashiell MacNamara as the Irish held on for the one-goal victory. Read More
Sequoia had only lost once after its first 11 games, but third-year coach Julio Calles had not been happy with his team’s performance and held a team meeting a week ago, thinking his team had become a bit overconfident as the season has worn on.
“We were playing so hard early in the season. They wanted to win,” Calles said. “They really didn’t play. They got a little cocky. That’s not the way I want to see them play.” Read More
All it took was one breakdown, and Sacred Heart Cathedral’s boys’ soccer team was in a hole immediately against St. Francis on Saturday at the Crocker Amazon Soccer Fields.
Thirty seconds into the game, the Irish committed a turnover in their own half of the field and St. Francis forward Emilio Huerta made them pay. Read More
The San Mateo girls’ basketball team is off to its best start under fourth-year coach Nancy Dinges and is extremely confident heading into Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division play, which began Tuesday.
The Bearcats (10-3) racked up quality wins against Sacred Heart Prep and Menlo and won the Dons Club Holiday Tournament at Del Mar High School during nonleague play. They are on a seven-game winning streak. Read More
All six boys’ basketball teams from the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division reached the postseason last year, but the goal for many is to topple defending champion Burlingame.
Burlingame brings back a much younger team, but has already been able to collect some impressive wins over Willow Glen, Riordan and Sacred Heart Prep. 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
Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division girls’ soccer play began Tuesday with every team shooting to dethrone defending champion Aragon, which returns with a slew of all-league players this season.
“We’re in a powerful position. All the puzzle pieces are there for us,” Aragon coach Will Colglazier said. “All that experience, knowing how we do things is going to make this season special.” Read More
A remarkable year in San Francisco high school sports was marked by lengthy championship droughts coming to an end, epic runs through the playoffs and one historic football game at AT&T Park.
1.) Historic CCS football game Read More