Basketball roundup: Archbishop Mitty girls, De La Salle boys among Saturday’s winners

Bay area basketball roundup: Mitty girls, De La Salle and Sacred Heart Prep boys among winners

Girls basketball

St. Joseph’s-Santa Maria 63, Archbishop Mitty 95

The reigning NorCal Open Division champions and undisputed top team in the Bay Area kicked off their season with a commanding win over St. Joseph’s-Santa Maria.

The two superstars of Mitty were unstoppable. In her first game since announcing her college commitment to perennial power UConn, super-sophomore McKenna Woliczko had 33 points and 15 rebounds, and point guard Morgan Cheli had 22 points, 11 assists, and five rebounds.

Elana Weisman scored 16 points, and Belle Bramer scored 12 after missing the entire season last year.

Priory is number 62, and Windsor is number 27.

Priory has 71 points, while Pinole Valley has 31.

Priory bounced back after losing the first game of the Cardinal Newman Classic with a pair of easy victories over other NorCal opponents.

Adelaide Chan finished the first game with 21 points and 10 steals, while Ugreat Daniels had 23 points and 10 rebounds. Sasha Johnson, a freshman, scored 10 points and had three steals.

Daniels had 24 points, 19 rebounds, and six 3-pointers in the following game against Pinole Valley. Jordyn Moss had 10 points and 12 rebounds, and Johnson and Chan combined for 31 points.

Boys basketball

Central Catholic-Oregon 56, De La Salle 57.

De La Salle continued to win against elite out-of-region opponents. After defeating SoCal powerhouse Centennial-Corona in the season opener, the Spartans defeated Central Catholic-Oregon in the Chris Vontoure Spartan Classic, which was hosted by the Concord school.

Tournament MVP Alec Blair and senior point guard Leo Ricketts both scored 13 points. Braddock Kjellsvig, a 6-foot-7 post player, led the way with 12 points. Off the DLS bench, Darrell Cenido provided a spark.

Terra Nova 48, Sacred Heart Prep 84

At the Crusader Classic at Archbishop Riordan, SHP easily defeated Terra Nova. JP Kerrigan led the way with 20 points, while TJ O’Brien added 16. Drew Wagner’s 13 points for the Gators added to the team’s scoring balance.

Cupertino is number 50, and Sequoia is number 27.

Cupertino jumped out to a 17-5 lead in the first quarter and never looked back as the Pioneers cruised past Sequoia. For the winning team, Soham Nighojkar made 8 of 13 shots, scoring 22 points and grabbing seven rebounds. Max Lin had 11 points and Max Feidan had nine.


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