High school roundup: Doughtery Valley edges De La Salle, Dublin tops Granada on buzzer-beater

Boys basketball
Game of the Night, Part I

No. 2 Dougherty Valley 66, No. 5 De La Salle 61

In their toughest test so far, the Dougherty Valley Wildcats ran their season-opening win streak to 14 games behind another terrific performance from Ryan Beasley and clutch shooting down the stretch by Connor Sevilla.

They led Doughtery Valley – second in the latest Bay Area News Group rankings – to a victory at fifth-ranked De La Salle on Wednesday night in East Bay Athletic League play.

The Wildcats are 14-0 overall and 2-0 in the league. De La Salle fell to 10-4, 0-2.

Beasley finished with 26 points, nailing a 3-pointer from the top of the arc with about a minute to go to break a 57-57 tie and give Dougherty the lead for good.

Sevilla scored 10 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter, including four consecutive free throws in the final minute to help ice the victory.

Rahul Srinivasaragavan added 11 points for Dougherty.

Jordan Webster (16 points), John Flannigan (15) and Alec Blair (13) led De La Salle, which has lost three in a row.

Game of the Night, Part II

No. 13 Dublin 59, No. 18 Granada 56

Dublin’s sixth consecutive victory won’t soon be forgotten as Donovan Cooks buried a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Gaels to a victory on the road over Granada.

After a 2-3 start, Dublin is 8-3 overall and 2-0 in the East Bay Athletic League. Granada slipped to 9-3, 1-1.

Courtney Anderson Jr. led Dublin with 19 points. Andrew McKeever scored 18 for Granada.

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Sizzling Padres

No. 6 Serra 62, No. 11 Bellarmine 43

The Serra Padres, one of the pleasant surprises of the season, continued their hot run with a 62-43 trouncing at home over Bellarmine in West Catholic Athletic League action.

Miles Klapper and Garret Keyhani each scored 23 points to lead the Padres, who have won five in a row. They are 10-2 overall and 3-0 in the league.

Gino Cresci scored 11 points for Bellarmine, which dropped to 7-5, 0-3.

Elsewhere

Aidan Burke scored 20 points as No. 3 Archbishop Mitty won at home over Sacred Heart Cathedral 62-57. Mitty is 8-3, 1-0. SHC fell to 2-6, 0-2. … No. 14 Moreau Catholic (10-3, 3-0) breezed past Mission San Jose 93-50 in Mission Valley Athletic League play. Trey Knight led the Mariners with 20 points and eight assists. Matthew Villanueva chipped in with 17 points. …. Colin Mantle (24 points), Zach Norcia (19) and Luca Joe Ewelt (12) led Leigh to a 70-63 victory over Independence in a Blossom Valley Athletic League Mt. Hamilton Division game. Leigh improved to 11-4, 1-0. Independence is 9-6, 0-1.

Girls basketball
Top teams soar

No. 2 Archbishop Mitty ran its winning streak to three games with a 65-22 rout of Sacred Heart Cathedral in WCAL play. Morgan Cheli (16 points, 12 rebounds) and Siena Guttadauro (seven assists) led the Monarchs, who had no one play more than 16 minutes. Mitty is 12-1, 2-0. SHC slipped to 8-5, 0-2. … Elle Ladine (19 points, 14 rebounds) and Emily Lee (13 points) led short-handed …read more

Source:: The Mercury News – Sports

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