In the last few days, I and other colleagues have received numerous calls and correspondence in response to the vote to reinstate Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi. I want to thank everyone who took the time to communicate with my office, whether in support, anger or disappointment. I truly appreciate the critical and thoughtful comments, as well as the passion and strong feelings expressed. Read More
As much attention as the West Catholic Athletic League football clash between Bellarmine and Serra is getting this week, just 20 miles south of San Mateo there is another meeting of 2-0 WCAL teams that is flying under the radar.
St. Ignatius travels down to Mountain View to take on St. Francis on Friday night, and as impressive as the Wildcats have been this season, it’s actually St. Francis that has been the biggest surprise. 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
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
Add another dagger to the St. Ignatius football team’s season of heartbreak.
The Wildcats dropped another gut-wrenching game at home, this time a 38-35 West Catholic Athletic League loss to St. Francis, and it came down to one play.
After St. Ignatius (2-5-1, 0-4-1 WCAL) took a 35-31 lead on a 1-yard touchdown run from fullback Dom Truoccolo with 1:34 remaining in the game, St. Francis (4-4, 3-2) drove down to the Wildcats 25-yard line with just over 30 seconds to play. Read More