Clay helps Lowell turn back Lincoln 

Angelina Clay scored 19 points, fought for eight rebounds and had five assists as the Lowell girls’ basketball team beat Lincoln 53-43 in an Academic Athletic Association game Wednesday.

Though Clay’s stats are impressive, it was the Cardinals’ ability to attack from multiple angles that gave them the edge. Two Lowell players joined Clay in double-digit scoring — Anna Bukareva contributed 11 points and Kristina Lum added 10.

"To be perfectly honest, I thought we had a little more depth," coach Aki Kuwada said after Lowell improved to 20-1 overall, 6-0 in the AAA. "Our post can score better than their post. That will continue to be the difference."

Lincoln (11-8, 2-2) stayed within reach the entire game, trailing 30-22 at halftime. The Mustangs opened the second half with an effective full-court press led by Hallie Meneses, who snagged four steals in the third quarter. Lincoln outscored Lowell 14-11 in the third and only trailed by five entering the final period.

Galileo 50, Marshall 24

Junior Monica Compton had 12 points and nine rebounds to lead the Lions (10-10, 3-3) over the Phoenix (0-8, 0-5). The Lions started the game on a 14-2 run and never lost control of the lead, using their full-court press to rattle the Phoenix.

"We were a little sloppy at times, we need to work on staying consistent, especially before our big game on Friday," Galileo coach Don Papa said of the impending matchup with AAA co-leader Washington.

— Colleen Farrell

Washington 43, ISA 36

Stephanie Truong had 17 points and Tierney Jones 12 as the Eagles (6-11, 4-0) used a strong fourth quarter to beat the Cobras (8-7, 2-3) to remain perfect in AAA play.

— Staff report


Sacred Heart Cathedral 59, Notre Dame (Belmont) 22

BELMONT — Six-foot freshman Kamilah Jackson scored 11 points to lead the Irish (14-2, 6-0) over the Tigers (7-10, 1-5).

— Lee Hubbard

St. Ignatius 60, Sacred Heart Prep 42

Maggie McCarthy scored nine of her 16 points in the fourth quarter as the host Wildcats (12-4, 4-2) pulled away from the Gators (9-9, 1-5).

— Staff report


Urban 53, Crystal Springs Uplands 26

HILLSBOROUGH — Jakkie Boka-Timmerberg had 25 points and 12 rebounds as the Blues (16-1, 4-0) downed the host Gryphons (6-10, 2-4).

— Staff report

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