Galileo wins weather-delayed game

Ike Ekeh scored 18 points as host Galileo beat Balboa 70-52 in an Academic Athletic Association boys’ basketball game Wednesday. The game originally started Jan. 25, but was delayed due to weather and resumed in the second half.

<a title=”Mike Traikov” href=”/Subject-Mike_Traikov.html” target=”_blank” onClick=”var s=s_gi('examinercom'); s.tl(this,'o','Inline Entity Link'); ” >Mike Traikov added 17 for the Lions (10-17, 4-10 AAA), who trailed 28-26 when the game was delayed but outscored Balboa (5-19, 2-12)

44-24 Wednesday.

— Staff report

Girls

SMALL SCHOOL BRIDGE LEAGUE

Napa Christian 49, Jewish Community 35

SONOMASarah Goldstein scored 10 points but the third-seeded Wolves (9-6) fell to the second-seeded Knights (11-12) in the semifinals of the Small School Bridge League playoffs.

— Staff report

Summaries

Boys

ACADEMIC ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Galileo 70, Balboa 52

GALILEO (10-17, 4-10)

Dorian Sun 6, Nick Lew 1, Alex Presler 2, Mike Traikov 17, Raymond Chow 6, Kenneth Ugo 5, Ike Ekeh 18, Wilson Zhao 9, Tyler Nelson 6. Total 70.

BALBOA (5-19, 2-12)

Fernando Guatemala 5, Domico Dones 8, John Reboquio 6, Nikko Anaig 1, Uriel Madayag 1, Joshua Moreno 9, Robert Alcantara 4, Zach Bell 4, Jacky Su 4, Kevin McFarland 4, Jason Hom 6. Total 52.

Galileo 17 9 25 19 — 70

Balboa 13 15 11 13 — 52

3-pointers: G—Traikov 1. B—Dones 2, Guatemala 1, Moreno 1.

Girls

SMALL SCHOOL BRIDGE LEAGUE

Napa Christian 49, Jewish Community 35

JEWISH COMMUNITY (9-6)

Haley Goldlist 2, Becca Stadtner 4, Julia Katz 2, Sarah Goldstein 10, Megan Sosnick 6, Sharon Martinez 7, Sophia Wilkof 2. Total 35.

NAPA CHRISTIAN (11-12)

Names not available.

Jewish Community 6 9 6 14 — 35

Napa Christian 14 13 7 15 — 49

3-pointers: JC—None.

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