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Foothill women fall in quarterfinals of state tourney

The Foothill College women’s basketball team got off to a fast start but couldn’t sustain it against Mt. San Antonio, the top seed from the south, which rallied for a 58-46 win in the quarterfinals of the state tournament March 10 in Livermore.

The Owls’ early six-point lead quickly evaporated, with the Mounties taking a 34-18 lead into halftime. Foothill, the fourth seed from the north, fell behind by 20 before cutting that deficit in half late in the game but got no closer.

St. Francis boys reach NorCal final

After a close first half, the St. Francis High boys basketball team cruised past visiting Del Oro 75-57 Tuesday night (March 14) in the Northern California Division II semifinals.

Grizelj's buzzer-beating jumper in OT lifts St. Francis girls over Sacramento


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St. Francis High’s Mia Grizelj puts up the game-winning shot at the buzzer in Saturday’s 59-57 overtime win over Sacramento.

Mia Grizelj’s buzzer-beating jumper in overtime not only saved the day for the St. Francis High girls basketball team – it also spared coach Brian Harrigan from reaching deep into his playbook.

“I was really glad, because I was running out of plays,” he said after the Lancers’ 59-57 home win over Sacramento Saturday in the Northern California Division II quarterfinals. “I don’t know if I had any more for the second overtime. I used them all up.”

Pinewood girls battle back to beat Bishop O'Dowd


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Hannah Jump paced Pinewood with 14 points Friday night.

Like the first time these teams met this season, the Pinewood School girls struggled to make shots Friday against Bishop O’Dowd in the Northern California Open Division girls basketball quarterfinals. But unlike that December game in Oakland, the Panthers overcame their shooting slump to beat the Dragons 51-43.

Third-seeded Pinewood, trailing 27-22 at halftime, rallied in the third quarter against No. 6 O’Dowd. The host Panthers opened the quarter with a 7-0 run and went into the fourth up 37-33.


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