Redwood City Sports News
Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Redwood City, CA
Saturday Feb 28 | via San Mateo Daily Journal
The Peninsula Athletic League started out strong with 10 out of 12 high school teams staying alive at the Central Coast Section boys' wrestling tournament Friday. Half Moon Bay stood out with eight wrestlers still competing for a spot at the state wrestling tournament. Comment?
Friday Feb 27 | via The Campbell Reporter
Sequoia High senior Chris Bene, poses for a portrait at Sequoia High gym on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015, in redwood City, Calif. Daily News photo by Tony Avelar After all, the senior at Sequoia High in Redwood City stands 6 feet, 6 inches tall and is blessed with a massive wingspan. Comment?
Thursday Feb 26 | via The Campbell Reporter
Gunn-Palo Alto and Menlo-Atherton, who scrimmaged each other Tuesday, have something in common when it comes to boys soccer: They each have won two Central Coast Section titles. The Titans won the Division II crown in 2001 and the Division I title in 2003. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 25 | via The Campbell Reporter
No. 6 Menlo School-Atherton struck early, then subbed liberally in its Central Coast Section Division III first-round girls soccer match with No. 11 Summit Prep-Redwood City at Woodside on Wednesday. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 24 | via Pacifica Tribune
Terra Nova varsity girl's soccer team finished the season as co-champions of the Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division. Member of the winning team are front row, Maria Watterson, Lauren Arnest, Sara Acquisti and Slonne Bleyle; middle row, Jessica Simonson,Mikaeyla Miller, Sierra Olsen and Genevieve Rogers; back row, Coach Dave Downing, Coach Pat Brockmeyer, Alessandra Stevens, Lexi Macario, Aria Lum, Tori Jaques, Malia Metkiff, Tatiana Docena, Coach Ernie Brockmeyer and Kylie Metkiff.Contributed photoPacifica Tribunecrop photoYesYes Going into the final week of the soccer season, the Terra Nova girl's team needed two wins to tie for the Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division championship. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 24 | via San Mateo Daily Journal
Precisely one week following NBA All-Star Saturday nearly to the minute of the start of the 3-point contest, Sequoia tipped off against Mills in the Peninsula Athletic League boys' basketball tournament championship game. The timing was fitting as Cherokees sophomore guard N'Jai LeBlanc put on a show of Stephen Curry-like proportions in the first half. Comment?
Monday Feb 23 | via Inside Bay Area
A trio of Palo Alto wrestlers now have targets on their backs. Then again, none are higher than a No. Comment?
Saturday Feb 21 | via Inside Bay Area
A young Menlo-Atherton girls basketball team continued its late-season run with a 54-42 win over Westmoor in the Peninsula Athletic League tournament championship game Saturday at Mills High. "It's awesome to win the PAL tournament," said Sarah Howell, a senior on a team mostly dominated by freshmen and sophomores. Comment?
Friday Feb 20 | via SFGate
Sophomore Maddie Holland had 23 points as host and fifth-ranked Mitty defeated No. 2 St. Ignatius 58-53 in the WCAL finale Friday night in San Jose. Comment?
Friday Feb 20 | via The Campbell Reporter
With the shot clock winding down, LeBlanc banked in a 3-pointer with less than a minute to play in Friday night's Peninsula Athletic League Tournament boys basketball semifinal at Mills-Millbrae. The Cherokees held on for a 48-40 victory over the Cougars, who came into the game with a lofty 24-1 record and an eye on the Central Coast Section Open Division playoffs. Comment?
Friday Feb 20 | via San Mateo Daily Journal
A Peninsula Athletic League basketball fan could not have asked for anything better than what they have in the semifinals of the PAL boys' tournament, which continues at Mills Friday. On one side of the bracket, you have three-time defending PAL North Division champion Half Moon Bay, against a Sequoia team that was in first place in the PAL South before stumbling down the stretch and finishing in second. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 18 | via The Campbell Reporter
Sequoia-Redwood City rolled to a 74-58 win over Jefferson-Daly City in Wednesday night's Peninsula Athletic League Tournament boys hoop first-round game at Sequoia. The Cherokees , the No. Comment?
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