Dominance is a term bandied about in sports, but no other word better describes what Mission High School’s defense did to Galileo on Thursday.
The Bears held Galileo to 85 total yards, forced eight turnovers and returned three interceptions for touchdowns in a 66-6 Academic Athletic Association win at Kezar Stadium. Read More
Lowell High School hasn’t exactly played the Academic Athletic Association’s elite in the early season, but against its best competition yet, the Cardinals looked every bit like the defending AAA champs.
Lowell extended its AAA winning streak to 23 games with a dominating 6-0 win over visiting San Francisco International on Tuesday. Read More
Jewish Community High School of the Bay extended its undefeated record on Monday by sweeping Leadership High School in nonleague girls’ volleyball play at the School of the Arts.
The Wolves got out to the early lead, winning the first game 25-17 and never looked back, winning the next two games 25-16 and 25-21 to complete a win that their coach, Amy Hoffman, said was the closest of the season. Read More
Prep football games to watch this week:
Sacred Heart Prep at Riordan, 3:30 p.m. Read More
For the second straight game, the Balboa High School boys’ soccer team shut out it’s opponent at Crocker Amazon Park.
The Buccaneers (4-0) got out to an early lead and never looked back as they defeated San Francisco International High School 2-0 on Tuesday.
Balboa coach Wentworth Houston was impressed with his team’s defense and chemistry on the field. Read More
Balboa High School and Jordan School play each other in boys’ soccer every season, but people may not know that the two schools are only a mile apart, giving a whole new meaning to cross-town rivalry.
After going winless against Jordan last year, Balboa earned retribution by holding off the Jaguars 2-1 in Academic Athletic Association play on Tuesday at Crocker Amazon Field. Read More