Parker’s dramatics give Lincoln big overtime triumph 

It looked as if a hard-fought game would end in regulation after Deend Parker took two defenders off the dribble and scored on a 5-foot floater with 2 seconds left to give the Lincoln boys’ basketball team a 49-47 lead over Wallenberg on Wednesday.

Instead, the Mustangs (16-9, 9-1 Academic Athletic Association) had to work overtime to earn a 58-57 home win.

Bulldogs guard Victor Chew caught a full-court pass from Chibuzo Emeka (23 points) and converted a layup at the buzzer to tie the game 49-49 at the end of regulation. Wallenberg (18-3, 8-1) then took a one-point lead late into the overtime and appeared poised to keep its perfect league record in tact until Parker (23 points) struck again. The junior drew a foul with 3 seconds remaining and sank two free throws to give Lincoln a 58-57 lead. This time, the Mustangs were ready and stopped the Bulldogs from getting a good shot to seal the win.

"It was a tough game," Parker said. "I had to step up in crunch time and make plays."

Galileo 56, Jordan 43

Alex Presler scored 13 points to lead the Lions (7-14, 2-7) to a home win over the Jaguars (0-21, 0-10).

— Staff report

Marshall 76, O’Connell 21

Raydell Walker had 25 points as the host Phoenix (7-11, 5-5) beat the Boilermakers (2-18, 0-9).

— Staff report

Burton 57, Washington 52

Lonnell Britton poured in 21 points and Phillip Blueford added 12 — all on 3-pointers — to lead the Pumas (10-14, 5-5) over the Eagles (13-8, 5-5).

— Staff report

West Catholic Athletic League

Riordan 63, Serra 61

SAN MATEO — The cardiac Crusaders were at it again.

Anthony Lecue scored his only basket of the game on a layup at the buzzer as Riordan (14-6, 7-3) went on the road to defeat Serra (12-9,

4-6). The Crusaders have now won five games in a row, with three of those victories coming on made shots at the final horn.

Riordan led by two points late before Serra’s Tim Dunleavy drained a 3-pointer with 26 seconds remaining to tie the score 61-61. After a timeout, Crusaders point guard Daniel Cannon dribbled time off the clock before driving the lane and dishing off to Lecue.

Senior center Jorge Camacho scored 28 points and pulled down 18 rebounds to lead Riordan.

— Staff report

Sacred Heart Cathedral 53, St. Ignatius 48

Jerry Brown scored 15 points and Tyrone Bullard added 14 as the Irish (13-9, 5-5) knocked off the rival Wildcats (15-6, 6-4).

— Staff report

Small Schools Bridge League

Pleasant Hill Academy 45, Jewish Community 41

PLEASANT HILLJake Sklar scored 14 points, but a slow start cost the Wolves (4-13, 3-6) against the Cougars (1-9, 1-7).

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Girls

Academic Athletic Association

Lincoln 67, Wallenberg 51

Hallie Meneses had 14 points as the Mustangs (13-9, 5-1) beat the Bulldogs (7-10, 4-4) at Kezar Pavilion.

— Staff report

Washington 68, Burton 51

Tierney Jones sparked a balanced effort by scoring 14 points as the host Eagles (11-9, 5-1) bounced the Pumas (3-12, 0-5).

— Staff report

Int’l Studies Academy 55, Balboa 13

Angela Starks finished with 29 points and 13 rebounds as the Cobras (12-8, 4-2) beat the

Buccaneers (0-13, 0-4).

— Staff report

Bay Counties League Centeral

International 57, San Domenico 16

Rachel Beck had 16 points to lead the Jaguars (13-6, 8-0) to a win over the Panthers (0-14, 0-8).

— Staff report

Gateway 39, Pescadero 20

Sarah Colen scored 10 points as the Gators (12-5, 5-2) knocked off the Vikings (3-16, 1-7). — Staff report

Small Schools Bridge League

Jewish Community 29, Pleasant Hill Academy 16

PLEASANT HILL — Haley Goldlist scored 15 points as the Wolves (6-4, 5-2) used a tough defense to beat the Cougars (3-5, 3-2) for their fourth straight win. — Staff report

SUMMARIES

Boys

ACADEMIC ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Lincoln 58, Wallenberg 57 (OT)

LINCOLN (16-9, 9-1)

Deend Parker 23, Andrew Bologna 13, Devin Koch 13, Ronnie Marania 6, Elliot Mar 3, Randall Gacayan 2. Total 58.

Wallenberg (18-3, 8-1)

Chibuzo Emeka 23, Vincent Fadenipo 3, Kurtis Wong 9, Travis Barabin 14, Victor Chew 4. Total 57.

Wallenberg 10 13 8 18 8 — 57

Lincoln 12 15 12 10 9 — 58

3-pointers: L—Parker 2, Bologna 1, Koch 1. W—Fadenipo 1.Rebounding leader: W—Barabin 16. Assists leader: L—Gacayan 4.

WEST CATHOLIC ATHLETIC LEAGUE

Sacred Heart Cath. 53,

St. Ignatius 48

ST. IGNATIUS (15-6, 6-4)

Vince Legarza 17, Paul Toboni 12, Kiyoshi Smith 8, Alli Austria 5, Ben Herwitz 2, Drew Raher 2. Total 48.

SACRED HEART CATHEDRAL (13-9, 5-5)

Jerry Brown 15, Tyrone Bullard 14, Richard Lai 9, Teandre Hubbard 6, Darryl Cooper 5, Kevin Greene 4. Total 53.

St. Ignatius 11 10 12 13 — 48

SHC 18 11 9 15 — 53

3-pointers: SI—Legarza 2. SHC—Bullard 4, Brown 1.

SMALL SCHOOLS BRIDGE LEAGUE

Pleasant Hill Acad. 45,

Jewish Community 41

JEWISH COMMUNITY (4-13, 3-6)

Pavel Krylov 10, Jake Sklar 14, Jason Lerman 6, Ariel Gottlieb 11. Total 41.

PLEASANT HILL ACADEMY (1-9, 1-7)

Names not available. Total 45.

Jewish Community 4 9 15 13 — 41

Pleasant Hill 9 10 11 15 — 45

3-pointers: JC—Sklar 3, Gottlieb 3.

Girls

ACADEMIC ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Lincoln 67, Wallenberg 51

LINCOLN (13-9, 5-1)

Vivian Ho 9, Kelly Huey 9, Hallie Meneses 14, Allison Yee 2, Joy SanBuenaventura 2, Kim Chin 3, Rebecca Choi 2, Kelly Sung 10, Monique Thomas 16. Total 67.

WALLENBERG (7-10, 4-4)

Cordero 8, Mocaida 13, Cheung 6, Thanh 2, Ho 7, Taylor 15. Total 51.

Lincoln 12 16 19 20 — 67

Wallenberg 5 15 20 11 — 51

3-pointers: L—Meneses 3, Ho 1, Sung 1. W—Ho 1, Mocaida 1. Rebounding leader: L—Thomas 5. Assists leader: L—Meneses 6.

Washington 68, Burton 51

BURTON (3-12, 0-5)

Robyn Gaetos 1, Alisha Chan 2, Yvonne Tran 24, Jayne Acain 2, Maggie Xie 18, Maricar Magic 4. Total 51.

WASHINGTON (11-9, 5-1)

Rachelle Hwee 10, Nina Mametsuka 5, Laura Wakefield 6, Tierney Jones 14, Olivia Wong 5, Dara Fong 2, Lauren Ishii 12, Brittney Woo 11, Sarah Seki 3. Total 68.

Burton 13 5 16 17 — 51

Washington 20 16 17 15 — 68

3-pointers: B—Tran 4, Xie 3. W—Hwee 2, Mametsuka 1, Wong 1, Ishii 4, Seki 1. Rebounding leader: W—Mametsuka, Hwee, Ishii 5. Assists leader: W—Mametsuka 8.

ISA 55,

Balboa 13

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES ACADEMY (12-8, 4-2)

Cora Robertson 1, Takeema Brown 4, Aisha Robinson 2, Brittney Allen 19, Angela Starks 29.

BALBOA (0-13, 0-4)

Gabby 3, Trish 1, Josie 2, Jessica 1, Kitami 6. Total 13.

ISA 10 12 14 19 — 55

Balboa 10 0 2 1 — 13

3-pointers: ISA—Allen 2. B—Kitami 2, Gabby 1. Rebounding leader: ISA—Starks 13.

SMALL SCHOOLS BRIDGE LEAGUE

Jewish Community 29, Pleasant Hill Acad. 16

JEWISH COMMUNITY (6-4, 5-2)

Haley Goldlist 15, Sarah Goldstein 6, Sharon Martinez 6, Sophia Woikoff 2. Total 29.

PLEASANT HILL ACADEMY (3-5, 3-2)

Names not available. Total 16.

Jewish Community 1 8 11 9 — 29 Pleasant Hill 4 5 1 6 — 16

3-pointers: JC—None. PHA—None.

BAY COUNTIES LEAGUE CENTRAL

International 57,

San Domenico 16

INTERNATIONAL (13-6, 8-0)

Rachel Beck 16, Megan Leary 13, Veronica Paulsen 4, Julia Hechanova 4, Lillian Jahan 8, Heidi Kyaw 10, Mira Brock 2. Total 57.

SAN DOMENICO

Y. Biney 2, L. Ryan 5, K. Page 3, Farnaccilite 6. Total 16.

International 25 16 8 8 — 57

San Domenico 2 6 2 6 — 16

3-pointers: I—None. SD—None. Rebounding leader: I—Hechanova 10. Assists leader: I—Hechanova 10.

Gateway 39, Pescadero 20

GATEWAY (12-5, 5-2)

Sarah Colen 10, Lauren Chinn 7, Gennifer Antonio 3, Aisha Esa 7, Kelly Crotti 2, Marina Antonio 4, Adela Salazar-Poss 6. Total 39.

PESCADERO

Curran 10, Sizohm 1, Talbot 8, Foureyes 1. Total 20.

Gateway 11 0 18 10 — 39

Pescadero 5 4 4 7 — 20

3-pointers: G—Antonio 1, Chinn 1, Colen 1. P—Curran 1.

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