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
If momentum can be carried through the nearly nine-month-long football offseason, it would be hard to find a team that has more of it than St. Ignatius.
The Wildcats capped a whirlwind Central Coast Section playoff run with a win over eternal rival Sacred Heart Cathedral in the Division III championship game in front of an estimated 12,000 fans at AT&T Park. Read More
The St. Ignatius football and baseball teams won unprecedented section titles in the 2011-2012 school year and one player was at the center of it all.
At quarterback and in the outfield, junior Jack Stinn led each team to its first respective Central Coast Section titles in school history.
That’s why he’s The San Francisco Examiner and SanFranPreps.com Boys’ Athlete of the Year. Read More
It’s almost hard to put into words just how important Valentino Miles was to the Sacred Heart Cathedral football team this season.
The best way to gauge Miles’ impact, however, was when he was not on the field. In the moments where Miles was not in the game, the Irish struggled mightily, but when he was in, the standout senior running back was electric. Read More
As much as the rivalry, venue and circumstances of the Central Coast Section Division III football championship between Sacred Heart Cathedral and St. Ignatius on Saturday means to San Francisco, what may be most exciting is that both teams are playing their best football of the season. Read More
Valley Christian of San Jose did everything it could to give the St. Ignatius football team a win Saturday afternoon, but the Wildcats simply could not capitalize.
The visiting Warriors made crucial mistakes in the fourth quarter to give St. Ignatius several opportunities to erase a 24-14 lead, but held on for a 24-21 win. Read More
As tough a pill as St. Ignatius’ 28-26 loss to Marin Catholic was to swallow last week, the excitement surrounding the football program is palpable.
The reason for the excitement is a revamped offense the Wildcats displayed against Marin Catholic, and first-year junior starting quarterback Jack Stinn. Read More
Host St. Ignatius outgained Marin Catholic in every offensive category and controlled the football game for three quarters, but there was one glaring difference between the two teams in the visitor’s 28-26 victory.
When the teams got into positions to score in the second half Saturday, SI kicked field goals and Marin Catholic scored touchdowns. Read More