For the first time this season, the Sacred Heart Cathedral boys’ basketball team looked rattled on the road against Riordan.
Sacred Heart missed 15 free throws, had 21 turnovers and the Crusaders held standout forwards Taylor Johns and Joshua Fox to a combined 15 points, but the Irish had just enough to outlast Riordan in a 50-41 West Catholic Athletic League win. Read More
Entering his first year coaching the Jordan School boys’ basketball team, Robert Sotelo asked for one thing from his players: commitment.It’s hard to imagine a player with more of that value than senior guard Franeka Hall.Hall, a star on the girls’ basketball team last season who averaged nearly 25 points per game, is now playing for the boys’ team. Read More
Despite trailing the entire game against Lincoln High School, Lowell was lingering late in the fourth quarter and only trailed by eight points with 2 minutes remaining.That’s when Lincoln junior guard Mitchell Lee single-handedly shut the door on the Cardinals. 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
Despite underwhelming nonleague records, Mission High School and Lincoln High School are still the favorites to advance to the Academic Athletic Association boys’ basketball championship game, and we’ll get a possible preview of the title game Friday.
The Bears, who fell to Washington in last season’s championship game, went 7-7 in nonleague play, but have only beat two teams with winning records in Los Gatos (7-5) and Menlo (6-3). Read More
The Mission Bears boys’ basketball team sent a friendly reminder to Academic Athletic Association opponents before the league playoffs Tuesday night at Washington High School: The championship goes through Mission High School.
The Bears spoiled Senior Night for Washington with a 77-66 win on the Eagles’ home floor.
In a game that determined Lang Division’s top seed, the Bears (21-9, 15-1) rode the hot hand of Gione Edwards. Read More
Mission High School’s boys’ basketball team may look almost entirely different from last season’s Academic Athletic Association championship team, but the Bears are still right where they need to be — in first place. With a 62-47 win over visiting Lincoln, the Bears (17-9, 11-1) stay atop the AAA’s Lang Division, tied with Washington, with four games to play. Read More
Burlingame’s been tearing through the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division behind Rodrigo Pulicedo, who’s averaging a double-double per game.
In the first half of Lick-Wilmerding’s nonleague game against Bay School in the Bay Area Conference Challenge on Saturday at Head-Royce School, the Tigers were ice-cold, except for one player.
While the rest of the Tigers shot 1-for-14 from the floor in the half, senior guard Kishan Jay buoyed the offense with 12 of the team’s
14 points in the half, to keep Lick close enough to rally back from a 19-14 halftime deficit in a 47-41 win. Read More
After blowing a 22-point second-quarter lead, visiting Washington High School escaped with a 77-70 Academic Athletic Association overtime road win over Marshall on Thursday.
The Eagles (11-7, 3-0) carried a 47-29 lead into the half and withstood a second-half rally by the Phoenix (7-9, 2-2) in front of a standing-room-only crowd.
Washington pulled off the win, but at the end of regulation the Phoenix looked to be keyed for the upset. Read More