Krylov, Sklar lead Jewish Community to first win of year

Pavel Krylov and Jake Sklar each scored 14 points as the Jewish Community boys’ basketball team beat host Napa Christian on Wednesday in a Small School Bridge League game, its first win in six games this year.

Riordan 82, Jefferson 17: Jorge Camacho had 19 points and the host Crusaders (3-1) shot a blistering 59 percent (33-of-56) from the floor to overwhelm the Indians (1-4) in a nonconference game.

Girls

Sarah Goldstein had 17 points but Jewish Community fell to host Napa Christian 39-27. … Trish Malespina scored 27 points to lead Burlingame over Washington 65-51.

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