Quinn Concannon scored six instances for the Tam Excessive boys water polo crew battled St. Ignatius into time beyond regulation on Thursday evening.
The Wildcats scored the eventual sport winner within the second time beyond regulation to flee with a 13-12 victory.
Gabe Hirner and Charlie Peters scored two objectives apiece for the Purple-tailed Hawks.
Elena Fisher and Sadie Snipes had 11 kills apiece to information Branson to a 25-15, 25-14, 25-23 victory towards Acalanes on Thursday. Logan Tusher stuffed up the stat sheet with 31 assists, seven aces and 4 kills. Gia Fisher had a team-high 11 digs.
- Mary Healy had 11 kills and 7 aces and Tenley Brovelli had 18 assists to carry San Rafael to a 25-9, 25-12, 25-16 victory towards Healdsburg on Thursday. Anna Merk added six kills and three blocks for the Bulldogs (4-0). Bella Stanger had 12 digs and 6 aces.
- Tam additionally remained unbeaten within the preseason, getting 22 assists from Wesley Slavin in a 25-11, 25-14, 25-8 win towards Petaluma on Thursday. Zoe Lyko had three blocks for the Purple-tailed Hawks (6-0). Grace Widdifield had 5 kills and two aces whereas Cloe Chamberlin had 4 kills and three blocks.
- Novato junior Theo Hayse put collectively back-to-back monster video games because the Hornets misplaced to Maria Carrillo on Wednesday then defeated Rancho Cotate on Thursday. Hayse had 20 kills on Wednesday and 21 extra on Thursday. Alexis Weiss had 20 and 17 assists within the two video games, respectively. Emerson Burt tallied 11 aces over the 2 video games and added 9 kills towards Rancho Cotate. Lauren Cervantez had 15 assists towards Rancho.
- San Domenico bought good performances from Becca Spitz, Tanya Yeung, Noku Mukuluku and Leili Montakhab in its first win of the younger season, 25-23, 19-25, 25-20, 25-18 over Galileo on Thursday.
Gabriella Plonowski, Annabelle Halloran, Hannah Perlana and Larkin Petersen led the best way as Tam swept the Nos. 1-4 singles matches, respectively, en path to a 7-0 win in its MCAL opener towards San Marin on Thursday.
- Annesley Kravitt, Jennie Liu and Gwen Ricordel picked up victories at Nos. 2-4 singles, respectively as Redwood took down Terra Linda, 6-1, on Thursday. En-Ya Zhang picked up the lone win for TL at No. 1 singles, outlasting Georgia Harms in a 6-2, 2-6, 10-6 battle. Earlier within the week, Redwood picked up a 5-2 victory towards Archie Williams.
- Carly Amborn picked up a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 1 singles as Archie Williams edged Marin Catholic, 4-3, on Thursday. Ana Fatjo and Audrey Johnston picked up wins at Nos. 2 and three singles, respectively. Anna Werner gained a super-tiebreaker at No. 4 singles for MC.
Freshman midfielder Alexandre Bernier scored within the thirty fifth minute for Dominican however regardless of a hefty edge in possession and photographs, the Penguins needed to accept a 1-1 draw towards Cal State East Bay of their season opener on Thursday evening. Dominican tried 31 photographs and put 17 on them on body whereas restricted Cal State East Bay to seven whole photographs and solely 5 on course.