It was Lowell High School in a runaway — again.
After dominating the Academic Athletic Association season, the Cardinals entered the San Francisco Section playoffs as the prohibitive favorite to win a third consecutive championship. On Tuesday, Lowell did just that, rolling to an 11-1, mercy-rule victory over Washington in five innings at San Francisco State University. Lowell plays Oakland Tech in the best-of-three Transbay Series starting on Friday. Read More
Lowell High School boys’ golf coach Juan Lopez has been stressing to his players all season long on the importance of mental toughness.
“I ask them what’s going to happen if the shots are not falling their way,” Lopez said. “Are they going to dwell on it or move on and be able to overcome it and come up with something good on their next shot?” Read More
The most dominant boys’ tennis program in the history of the San Francisco Section proved its mettle once again in Thursday’s Academic Athletic Association tournament championship match at Golden Gate Park.
Lowell High School delivered another impressive performance in a 5-2 win over Lincoln, and it wasn’t even that close. The Cardinals showed once again why it’s them and everyone else in the SFS-AAA, winning the championship for the 22nd time in the event’s 25 year existence. Read More
There are moments that live forever. Read More
Even though the Washington baseball team got off to a slow start this season, it never doubted it could turn things around. Read More
After a standout junior season, Lowell senior pitcher-shortstop Elijah Saunders knew he could take his game to another level.
“I knew I could work a little harder,” he said. “All I thought about in the offseason was baseball. I wanted to be the best I could be, and hopefully my best was better than everyone else’s.” Read More
For one of the few times all season, the Lowell High School baseball team didn’t outhit its opponent.
It didn’t matter. Aaron Leong and Jasper Scherer combined to shut out Balboa for the second consecutive day, and Andy Glickfeld drove in the only runs of the game in the Cardinals’ 2-0 win on Thursday at Sundberg Field. Read More
The two-time defending Academic Athletic Association softball champions show no signs of letting up anytime soon.
That much was evident after Lowell’s 16-1, five-inning mercy-rule win over Lincoln on Thursday. The Cardinals (11-2, 9-0 AAA) outhit the Mustangs 20-4 in another dominating performance. Read More
A parking ticket became the catalyst for a bizarre stalking case in San Francisco a year and a half ago that had two downtown companies and a Pacific Heights elementary school on edge.
Now the many victims of 28-year-old city resident Anatoly Smolkin can rest easier, according to prosecutors, as the attorney is expected to be locked up after he’s sentenced today on 47 stalking-related counts. Read More
It was only fitting the Balboa and Lowell high school baseball teams happened to be on the same flight to San Diego on Monday morning to play in the 63rd annual Mike Morrow tournament. Read More