Lick-Wilmerding wins

Traci Chang led Lick-Wilmerding (4-3) with 16 points in the Tigers’ 41-36 win over Lincoln (4-3) in the semifinals of the Gryphons Holiday Shootout at Crystal Springs Uplands Thursday night.

International 44, Harker 23

HILLSBOROUGH — Julia Hechanova scored 12 points as the Jaguars (2-4) routed Harker (2-4) in the loser’s bracket of the Gryphons Holiday Shootout at Crystal Springs Uplands.

University 61, Leadership 33

Eve King scored 19 points and grabbed 18 rebounds, and Cameron Ruby added 10 points to lead the host Red Devils (2-2) to a nonconference win over the Griffins (0-6).

Lowell 55, James Logan 53

Kimberly Lau hit a 3-pointer with 4 seconds left to give Lowell (8-0) the win over James Logan in the Alameda Lady Hornets Invitational.

BOYS

Lowell 64, San Lorenzo 54

Arthur Jones scored 17 points to lead the Cardinals (6-0) over the Rebels (2-2) in the first round of the Half Moon Bay Tournament.

Richmond 80, Marshall 75

Derrick Hines scored 39 points in a losing effort for the Phoenix, who lost in the Stone Dagger Tournament in Brentwood to a Richmond team paced by 39 points from USF-bound Wendell McKines.

Wallenberg 60, McNair (Stockton) 42

Ronney Freeman scored a game-high 16 points to lead the Bulldogs (2-0) over the Eagles (0-4) in the first round of the Bret Harte Tournament in Angels Camp.

Washington 60, Jesse Bethel 36

Isiah Pfitzer scored 12 of his game-high 26 points in the Eagles 21-3 third quarter run as Washington (4-2) beat the Jaguars (1-1) in the first round of the David Jones Memorial Classic at Tamalpais High.

Gateway 52, Highlands Christian (San Bruno) 31

Aaron Ogilvie scored 11 points for the Gators (3-4), and Gateway’s aggressive early defense paved the way for a comfortable win over host Highlands Christian (0-6).

University 68, Leadership 44

Evan Saunders and Brian Park combined for 42 points to lead the host Red Devils (5-1) past Leadership 68-44 Thursday night. – Larry Rosen

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