The St. Ignatius girls’ basketball team probably thought there wasn’t much more pressure than playing against its rival in a full-to-the-rafters college gymnasium.Then it ran into Sacred Heart Cathedral’s defensive scheme.With a sell-out crowd cheering it on, Sacred Heart Cathedral stifled St. Ignatius’ shooting and beat the Wildcats 46-41 Tuesday night in a West Catholic Athletic League matchup at a packed War Memorial Gym at USF. Read More
The visiting Sacred Heart Cathedral boys’ soccer team overcame a red card, an injury and a steady stream of St. Ignatius offensive pressure to emerge with a 0-0 draw in a bruising West Catholic Athletic League game on Thursday at J.B. Murphy field.
Fightin’ Irish coach Jeff Wilson felt the draw was an indication of the team’s growth this season. Read More
Stephen Domingo’s exit from St. Ignatius has been rumored for at least a year and the San Francisco native made it official Tuesday when his parents told the school’s administration that he would be enrolling early at Georgetown University, where he committed to play in May.
Originally reported by PremierBall.com and confirmed by St. Ignatius boys’ basketball coach Tim Reardon, Domingo, who just completed his junior year, is already in Washington, D.C. Read More
Maria Kemiji-McDonald is a dying breed.
In the age of specialization, where athletes, specifically in high school, improve on skills by focusing on one sport, Kemiji-McDonald has played three at St. Ignatius for her entire high school career.
For the second year in a row, Kemiji-McDonald is The San Francisco Examiner and SanFranPreps.com Girls’ Athlete of the Year, not only because she plays three sports, but because she excels at them all. Read More
St. Ignatius fans fell over forwards for their team this weekend after the collapse of a railing at AT&T Park sent them tumbling onto the team, according to media reports. Read More