Second-quarter surge leads to Wash victory over Balboa

The Washington girls’ basketball team outscored Balboa 21-6 in the second quarter en route to the Eagles’ home victory over the Buccaneers in an Academic Athletic Association contest.

Tierney Jones led Washington with 11 points while Laura Wakefield added nine. Balboa was led by Jessica Lang’s 13 points.

Washington’s defense overwhelmed Balboa, playing a full-court man-to-man in the second quarter and adjusting to a trapping 2-3 in the third.

— Staff report

Lowell 57, Wallenberg 22

Jessi Miao led 11 Cardinals scorers with 10 points as Lowell (12-4, 1-0) downed the Bulldogs (2-8,

0-2). Shawnte Taylor had 10 points to lead Wallenberg.

— Staff report

SMALL SCHOOLS BRIDGE LEAGUE Sarah Goldstein was fouled on a putback and her 3-point play made it 17-10 midway through the third quarter to give Jewish Community the momentum it needed for the

Jewish Community 25, Summerfield Waldorf 15

victory.

Sharon Martinez led the Wolves with eight points while freshman Haley Goldist, who controlled the game at point guard for the Wolves, had six points.

— Staff report

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