Late Lowell flurry topples Marshall

Travis Hom had a game-high 28 points and the host Lowell boys’ basketball team took advantage of a five-point possession late in the fourth quarter in a 64-59 Academic AthleticAssociation win over Marshall Monday.

The Cardinals (17-5, 8-1) were down by three with 3 minutes remaining when Marshall was hit with two technical fouls. Hom made three of four free throws, Lowell scored on the ensuing possession to take a two-point lead and the Cardinals never trailed again.

Lawrence Melton had 23 points to lead Marshall, which cut the deficit to one in the final minute. But Alex McNabb (10 points) buried a 3-pointer with 40 seconds left to ice the win.

— Staff report

Mission 84, Burton 69

Demaree Hampton and Harry Howard each had 25 points as the Bears (16-3, 9-0) beat the Pumas

(9-14, 4-5). Mission next hosts Lowell on Wednesday at 5:15 p.m. in a rematch of last year’s San Francisco Section final, a game the Cardinals won 72-69 in overtime.

“I think we all still feel the burn from what happened last year,” Bears coach Judson Steele said. “Every game is important, but we want to prove to ourselves that we can beat them.”

— Staff report

Lincoln 55, Galileo 37

Deend Parker poured in 26 points to help the host Mustangs (15-9, 8-1) defeat the Lions (6-14, 1-6).

— Staff report

Wallenberg 55, Balboa 37

Travis Barabin scored 18 of his 24 points in the second half as the Bulldogs (18-2, 8-0) beat the Buccaneers (5-11, 2-6) at Kezar Pavilion.

— Staff report

Girls

Academic Athletic Association

Lincoln 60, Galileo 48

Hallie Meneses and Monique Thomas each scored 16 points to lead the Mustangs (12-9, 4-1) to a road win over the Lions (8-12, 2-4).

— Staff report

Lowell 70, Marshall 34

Kerry Lee paced 12 Lowell scorers with 11 points as the Cardinals (17-4, 6-0) knocked off the host Phoenix (1-7, 1-4).

— Staff report

Bay Counties League Central

 

International 57, Leadership 23

Julia Hechanova had 15 points, 16 rebounds and five assists and the Jaguars (12-6, 7-0) beat the host Griffin (8-15, 4-3).

— Staff report

Summaries

Boys

Academic Athletic Association

Lowell 64, Marshall 59

MARSHALL (6-11, 4-5)

Tony Lam 13, Lawrence Melton 23, Raydell Walker 8, William Yee 2, Isaiah Igato 3, Charles Gardner 10. Total 59.

LOWELL (17-5, 8-1)

Anthony Clay 7, Alex McNabb 10, Yukhi Sakai 14, Matt Wong 1, Travis Hom 28, Andy Liu 4. Total 64.

Marshall 16 18 14 11 — 59

Lowell 13 15 11 25 — 64

3-pointers: M—Melton 4, Walker 2, Lam 1. L—McNabb 3, Sakai 1.

Lincoln 55, Galileo 37

GALILEO (6-14, 1-6)

<p>Dorian Sun 11, Raymond Chow 6, Mike Traikov 3, Kenneth Ugo 2, Wilson Zhao 2, Ezen Shrestha 5, Eric Kuk 3, Tyler Nelson 2. Total 37.

LINCOLN (15-9, 8-1)

Deend Parker 26, Drew Bologna 12, Randall Gacayan 2, Deshon Marman 5, Mitchell 4, Mike Paolucci 2, Ricky Ohlssen 6. Total 55.

Galileo 8 11 3 15 — 37

Lincoln 12 9 21 13 — 55

3-pointers: G—None. L—Parker 1. Rebounding leader: L—Ohlssen 7. Assists leader: L—Bologna 7.

Wallenberg 55, Balboa 37

BALBOA (5-11, 2-6)

Fernando Guatemala 5, Domico Dones 7, John Reboquio 12, Nikko Andig 5, Uriel Madayag 2, Robert Alcantara 2, Kevin McFarland 4. Total 37.

WALLENBERG (18-2, 8-0)

Travis Barabin 24, Chibuzo Emeka 4, Michael Chiu 11, Victor Chew 2, Sylvester Chiu 5, Kurtis Wong 7, Garrett Moon 2. Total 55.

Balboa 12 9 5 11 — 37

Wallenberg 13 17 10 15 — 55

3-pointers: B—Andig 1, Dones 1, Guatemala 1, Reboquio 1. W—M. Chiu 3, S. Chiu 1.

Girls

Academic Athletic Association

Lincoln 60, Galileo 48

LINCOLN (12-9, 4-1)

Kelly Huey 10, Hallie Meneses 16, Carmen Cox 2, Allison Yee 4, Jessica Jang 6, Monica Washisu 4, Kelly Sung 2, Monique Thomas 16. Total 60.

GALILEO (8-12, 2-4)

Nicole Wong 1, Monica Compton 18, Staneisha Henson 13, Courtney Chew 8, Denise Campbell 4, Sydnie Lee 4. Total 48.

Lincoln 14 22 18 6 — 60

Galileo 12 10 8 18 — 48

3-pointers: L—Jang 2, Meneses 2, Yee 1. G—None. Rebounding leader: L—Washisu 7. Assists leader: L—Huey 6.

Lowell 70, Marshall 34

LOWELL (17-4, 6-0)

Heather Chow 6, Sabrina Lum 6, Jessi Miao 8, Kristina Lum 6, Ashley Ong 6, Kenny Ludlow 2, Amanda Chow 4, Lauren Sit 6, Kerry Lee 11, Manon Zouai 8, Amy Gee 4, Lauren Jaong 2. Total 70.

MARSHALL (1-7, 1-4)

Evelyn Bellinger 21, Colbert 3, Asuega 6, Bolden 2. Total 34.

Lowell 24 14 19 13 — 70

Marshall 6 5 12 10 — 34

3-pointers: L—Lee 3, Ong 2. M—None.

Bay Counties League Central

International 57, Leadership 23

INTERNATIONAL (12-6, 7-0)

Rachel Beck 13, Megan Leary 15, Julia Hechanova 15, Heidi Kyaw 9, Veronica Paulsen 5. Total 57.

LEADERSHIP (8-15, 4-3)

Sofia Sanchez 7, Damina Bellot 2, Brittney Kelley 7, Elena Puccetti 5, Rosanna Bastidas 2. Total 23.

International 12 15 17 13 — 57

Leadership 0 3 9 11 — 23

3-pointers: I—Beck 1, Paulsen 1. L—Taccetti 1. Rebounding leader: I—Hechanova 16. Assists leader: I—Hechanova 5.

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