Washington girls knock off Lincoln

Five players on the Washington girls’ basketball team scored in double figures as the host Eagles (8-8, 2-0 Academic Athletic Association) beat Lincoln 68-61 in league play.

Brittany Woo led Washington with 15 points, including four in the fourth quarter as the Eagles held off a late charge from the Mustangs to remain unbeaten in league play. Lauren Ishii (13), Tierney Jones (12), Olivia Wong (10) and Rachelle Hwee (10) also chipped in offensively for Washington, which knocked Lincoln out of the San Francisco Section playoffs the last time the two teams met.

Hallie Meneses led the Mustangs (8-9, 0-1) with 21 points.

— Staff report

Lowell 61, ISA 43

Kristina Lum led nine Lowell scorers with 11 points as the Cardinals (13-4, 2-0) survived 36 points from Brittney Allen to defeat the Cobras (9-7, 2-1).

— Staff report

BAY COUNTIES LEAGUE CENTRAL

Leadership 49, Bay 45

Brittney Kelley scored 14 of her game-high 26 points in the fourth quarter as the Griffins (6-13, 2-1) rallied from a seven points downin the final period to defeat the Breakers (5-10, 1-2).

Amelia Mostovoy had 19 points to lead Bay.

— Staff report

Boys

ACADEMIC ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

Mission 72, Marshall 68

Demaree Hampton hit two free throws down the stretch and finished with a game-high 22 points as the Bears (11-3, 4-0) held off the Phoenix (4-8, 2-2).

Ronell Foster added 20 points and 16 rebounds for Mission, which led by 11 entering the fourth quarter but saw Marshall rally behind the scoring of Lawrence Melton (21 points) to tie the game at 68-68 in the final minute. The Bears then dug in defensively and got three straight stops, sealing the game when Hampton’s foul shots made it 72-68.

— Staff report

Wallenberg 53, Galileo 35

Travis Barabin scored 17 of his 18 points in the second half to lead the Bulldogs (13-2, 3-0) over the Lions (6-10, 1-3). Chibuzo Emeka added 10 points and 11 rebounds for Wallenberg.

— Staff report

Lowell 67, ISA 27

Alex McNabb made five 3-pointers and finished with 21 points as the Cardinals (12-5, 3-1) dropped the Cobras (2-9, 1-3).

Yukhi Sakai and Matthew Wong added 11 points each as Lowell led 22-4 after the first quarter and cruised from there.

— Staff report

Girls

AAA

Washington 68, Lincoln 61

LINCOLN (8-9, 0-1)

Vivian Ho 11, Kelly Huey 15, Hallie Meneses 21, Eileen Reunahn 4, Monique Thomas 10. Total 61.

WASHINGTON (8-8, 2-0)

Rachelle Hwee 10, Nina Mametsuka 1, Laura Wakefield 6, Tierney Jones 12, Olivia Wong 10, Lauren Ishii 13, Brittany Woo 15. Total 68.

Lincoln 14 11 21 15 — 61

Washington 21 15 16 16 — 68

3-pointers: L—Meneses 3. W—Ishii 3, Wong 3, Hwee 1. Rebounding leader: W—Jones 11. Assists leader: W—Hwee 8.

Lowell 61,

ISA 43

LOWELL (13-4, 2-0)

Kristina Lum 11, Anna Bukareva 10, Heather Chow 8, Sabrina Lum 6, Jessi Miao 8, Ashley Ong 6, Rachel Baskin 7, Amanda Chow 2, Kerry Lee 3. Total 61.

ISA (9-7, 2-1)

Brittney Allen 36, Robinson 1, Desangles 2, Starks 4. Total 43.

Lowell 17 23 10 11 — 61

ISA 6 12 10 15 — 43

3-pointers: L—Ong 2, Lee 1. ISA—Allen 4.

BCL Central

Leadership 49,

Bay 45

BAY (5-10, 1-2)

Amelia Mostovoya 19, Kelsey MacLeod 2, Mary MacLeod 10, Kelly Wyatt 6, Gen Watts 2, Cara Vennari 2, Clara Cardicco 3. Total 45.

LEADERSHIP (6-13, 2-1)

Brittney Kelley 26, Sophia Sanchez 12, Adriana Martinez 4, Elena Puccetti 5, Rosanna Bastidas 2. Total 49.

Bay 6 14 16 9 — 45

Leadership 16 2 11 20 — 49

3-pointers: B—Mostovoya 1. L—None.

Boys

AAA

Mission 72,

Marshall 68

MISSION (11-3, 4-0)

Demaree Hampton 22, Harry Howard 19, Terrance Langston 3, Anthony Layton 4, Ronell Foster 20, Jordan Pusung 4. Total 72.

MARSHALL (4-8, 2-2)

Charles Gardner 15, Isiah Igafo 3, Tony Lam 10, Lawrence Melton 21, Rondell Walker 10, Tyrecious Smith 8. Total 68.

Mission 20 23 20 9 — 72

Marshall 16 16 20 15 — 68

3-pointers: MI—Howard 3, Hampton 2, Langston 1. MA—Lam 2, Walker 2. Rebounding leader: MI—Foster 16. Assists leader: MI—Hampton 7.

Wallenberg 53, Galileo 35

WALLENBERG (13-2, 3-0)

Chibuzo Emeka 10, Michael Chiu 8, Victor Chew 2, Sylvester Chiu 2, Kurtis Wong 6, Travis Barabin 18, Garrett Moon 7. Total 53.

GALILEO (6-10, 1-3)

Dorian Sun 4, Alex Presler 5, Mike Traikov 2, Raymond Chow 4, Kenneth Ugo 4, Ike Ekeh 12, Wilson Zhao 4. Total 35.

Wallenberg 12 8 14 19 — 53

Galileo 10 6 6 13 — 35

3-pointers: W—None. G—None. Rebounding leader: W—Emeka 11. G—Ekeh 8 Assists leader: W—Wong 5. G—Presler, Zhao 2.

Lowell 67,

ISA 27

ISA (2-9, 1-3)

N. Murphy 12, D. Smith 5, R. Ballard 4, W. Williams 4, J. McCall 2. Total 27.

LOWELL (12-5, 3-1)

Alex McNabb 21, Yukhi Sakai 11, Matthew Wong 11, Michael Yonemoto 5, Kalvin Chiu 4, Sean Ng 4, Gordan Pang 3, Iwunze Ugo 2, Andy Liu 2, Harlan Hamakawa 2. Total 67.

ISA 4 3 8 12 — 67

Lowell 22 8 24 13 — 27

3-pointers: ISA—Murphy 3. L—McNabb 5, Sakai 1, Wong. 1, Yonemoto 1.

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