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Jump and Johnson put up points for their respective basketball teams

Logan Johnson
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Logan Johnson, shown during his playing days at St. Francis, scored a career-high 26 points for St. Mary’s College this month.

Pinewood School graduate Hannah Jump poured in 15 points off the bench for the fifth-ranked Stanford University women’s basketball team in an 82-54 rout of Utah Jan. 15. The sophomore guard also grabbed five rebounds and dished out two assists for the Cardinal (12-2). Jump is shooting 40.7 percent from 3-point range, the second-best percentage on the squad.


• St. Francis High graduate Logan Johnson, a junior on the St. Mary’s men’s basketball team, set a career-high for points in the Gaels’ 66-64 loss to Santa Clara University Jan. 9. The guard scored 26 points in the West Coast Conference game. Johnson came close to matching that mark Saturday, producing 20 points in St. Mary’s 67-63 conference win over the University of San Francisco. The Gaels improved to 11-5 overall.

• St. Francis High was well represented when the Mountain West Conference handed out football honors last month, with three former Lancers earning all-conference distinction. San Jose State’s Brent Brennan was named Coach of the Year, and one of his players, fellow St. Francis graduate Junior Fehoko, was selected First Team Defense. In addition, St. Francis product Evan Williams of Fresno State received Honorable Mention recognition. Brennan guided the Spartans to a 7-1 record and a first-place finish in the Mountain West. Redshirt sophomore defensive end Fehoko registered six sacks, recovered a fumble and made 36 tackles for the Spartans. Sophomore defensive back Williams defended two passes, forced a fumble and totaled 27 tackles for the Bulldogs.

• Pinewood grad Brianna Claros, a guard on the UC San Diego women’s basketball team, put up a season-best 11 points in the King Tritons’ 90-68 loss to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Jan. 1. The junior shot 3-for-5 from 3-point range, made both of her free throws and also dished out two assists.

• St. Francis grad Jack Perry served as a backup quarterback on the University of Cincinnati football team that finished 9-1 after falling 24-21 to Georgia in the Peach Bowl Jan. 1. The Bearcats ended the season ranked eighth in the nation. Perry, a junior from Mountain View, transferred to Cincinnati from the College of San Mateo last year.

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