Hunter powers Gateway win

Dominique Hunter had 13 points, 21 rebounds, six blocks and one bloody nose as the Gateway girls’ basketball team won an often frantic and always physical game over host Lick-Wilmerding 48-24.

The 6-foot-1 Hunter controlled the paint on both sides of the court from the outset, putting up four points and grabbing seven rebounds during a 14-0 game-opening run for the Gators (6-1). The senior fought through aggressive defense and constant double-teams for the first 30 minutes before finally heading to the bench after absorbing an inadvertent blow to the face with 90 seconds left and the game comfortably in hand.

“[Dominique] is an amazing player because she changes games by herself,” Gateway coach Michael Coffino said. “To put up those kind of numbers when she was a little frustrated and probably didn’t play her best is incredible.”

Sophomore Camila Rosen added 10 points, six rebounds and five assists for the Gators, who never led by less than seven after their fast start. They put the game away with a 16-6 third-quarter run.

Lincoln 64, El Camino 35

SO. SAN FRANCISCO — Vivian Ho scored 14 points and Jessica Jang and Hallie Meneses added 12 points each to lead the Mustangs (7-5) to the win over the Colts (1-7).

Lincoln outscored the Colts 23-10 in the second quarter, extending its lead from two points to 15 in the process. Ho was the main catalyst during the spurt, scoring 10 points, including two 3-pointers to open the quarter.

The Mustangs put the game out of reach in the third quarter, going on a 15-0 tear over a four-minute stretch, pushing their lead to 29 over El Camino heading into the fourth. Six players scored in the quarter for Lincoln, led by Jang’s seven points.

— Will Reisman

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ISA 73, Albany 70 (OT)

ALBANY — Dominick Murphy buried a 3-pointer with less than 20 seconds remaining in overtime to give the Cobras (3-3) a 71-70 lead and they held on for a wild win over the host Cougars (10-2).

Marseilles Stewart had 25 points and 20 rebounds for the Cobras and iced the win with two free throws with just over 1 second remaining. Twin brother Dominic Stewart scored 26 points and pulled down 21 rebounds.

— Staff

Sheldon (Sacramento) 62, Sacred Heart Cathedral 56

PETALUMA — Reade Modena-Kurpinsky and Dominic Johnson each scored 12 points for the Irish

(3-2), but the Huskies (7-2) overcame an early 12-point deficit to reach the semifinals of the Brett Callan Memorial Tournament.

Marcus Jackson scored a game-high 22 points for Sheldon, which outscored Sacred Heart Cathedral 18-12 in the fourth quarter.

— Staff

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