Ailing Powell powers Stuart Hall 

Stephen Powell scored 19 points, Winslow Hicks added 13 and the host Stuart Hall boys’ basketball team ended the game on a 6-0 run to hand Lick-Wilmerding its first Bay Counties West League loss, a 49-45 decision on Tuesday.

Powell scored eight of his team’s 17 second-half points, including two foul shots that tied the score 45-45 with 2:11 left, and another free throw with 17 seconds left that put the Knights up 49-45. He also came up with a key steal and assist to Christian Nyembo that gave Stuart Hall a 48-45 lead with 41 seconds left.

Stuart Hall (19-5, 7-3 BCL West) led 41-33 midway through the third quarter, but the Tigers went on a 12-2 run, finally going ahead on Franco Panasci’s jumper with 2:23 remaining. In the second half, Lick-Wilmerding (18-6, 9-1) held the Knights to just three field goals and enjoyed a 23-13 rebounding advantage.

Powell, suffering from a stomach flu that left him eating just Saltines and Cheerios before the game, started on the bench and Stuart Hall fell behind 17-7. He made his impact immediately after entering midway through the first quarter, scoring 11 pointsto help the Knights race out to a 32-25 halftime lead.

"This was a big, big win for us," said Powell, who also grabbed five rebounds. "They came into the game undefeated, so we knew this was a huge game for us. We came out and played hard and we were able to knock them off."

University 52, Marin Academy 41

SAN RAFAEL — Thomas Bosc scored 15 points and Chuk Nwadibia added 12 as the Red Devils (19-5, 8-2) turned up the pressure in the second half to beat the Wildcats (9-16, 2-9). Shimon Lin had a career-high 10 points to go along with four assists for University, which led 25-22 at halftime, but outscored Marin Academy 15-7 in the third quarter to take control. Lin had six points in the third quarter.

— Staff report


ISA 71, Burton 52

Brothers Dominic and Marseilles Stewart inflicted their usual damage, combining for 41 points and 27 rebounds as the Cobras (14-7, 10-2) rolled past the Pumas (10-14, 5-7). ISA remained hot on the heels of Wallenberg, which leads the Neff Division at 11-1.

The Stewarts dominated inside and outside against Burton. Dominic Stewart, who hit three 3-pointers in the first quarter, finished with 25 points, while Marseilles Stewart grabbed a game-high 18 boards. Completing the Cobras’ three-headed monster was senior Raymond Whitley, who had 13 points and 15 rebounds.

Burton was led by junior Lonnell Britton, who had 16 points and eight rebounds, and guard Phillip Blueford, who hit two 3-pointers in the second half to keep his team in the game.

— Larry Rosen

Lincoln 81, Balboa 40

Drew Bologna paced a balanced attack with 15 points as the Mustangs (16-10, 9-3) used a big second half to drop the Buccaneers

(5-19, 2-6). Bobby Harrison added 13 points and Kevin Robinson had 11 for Lincoln, which led 36-21 at halftime before blowing it open in the second half.

"The last time we played Balboa, they did not handle pressure well," said Lincoln head coach Mike Gragnani. "So this time, we wanted to make sure to limit their possessions, which we did."

— Lee Hubbard

Mission 77, Marshall 50

Demaree Hampton had 18 points and seven assists as the Bears (10-10, 6-6) earned a road win over the Phoenix (7-18, 3-9). Harry Howard added 14 points and Raffy Arradaza chipped in 13 for Mission, which led 29-9 after the first quarter.

— Staff report

Washington 56, Jordan 35

Isiah Pfitzer scored 25 points as the Eagles (16-10, 8-4) knocked off the host Jaguars (0-12). Cary Kato added nine points for Washington, while Wendell Gregory led Jordan with 12.

— Staff report

Galileo 58, O’Connell 48

Bobby Clark scored 13 points and the Lions (11-12, 7-5) used a 16-6 game-ending run to down the pesky Boilermakers (1-21, 1-11).

The game was tied 42-42 with just over four minutes remaining when O’Connell’s Rafael Lacap fouled out. Galileo then forced six straight Boilermakers turnovers to take control of the game.

— Staff report


Jewish Community 81, Orinda Academy 42

Mike Yagudayev netted 18 points and Jojo Grossbard added 15 as the Wolves (14-3, 11-0) feasted on the Eagles (4-9, 2-9).

— Staff report

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