Marin Academy volleyball team remain unbeaten in the league

Gabby Grujic put together another stunning stat line to lead the Marin Academy High women’s volleyball team to a 25-14, 22-25, 25-18, 25-19 victory over Lick-Wilmerding on Friday. Grujic, a passer, racked up 36 assists, 13 digs, eight assists and a pair of blocks for MA (19-6, 4-0 BCL West). Grace Badlam had 19 kills, 12 digs and six aces for MA. Amanda Johnson has successfully completed 24 searches. Kate Lane and Tess Etem combined for 26 kills.

  • Kelsey Ramsey had 10 kills and Maddy Andrews had seven to beat Marin Catholic in a 25-10, 25-15, 25-15 victory over Tam on Friday night. The Red-tailed Hawks were led by Natalia Clifford, who had five kills and 10 digs. Amelia Sandgren added eight digs.
  • Emma McDermott had 12 kills and hit 0.692 as Redwood swept San Marino in straight sets on Friday. Kate Giang had nine kills, four digs and two aces for the Giants. Katelyn McKnew had six kills and two blocks. Brooke Leslie added nine kills, seven digs and four aces. Passer Jordan Vasquez had 35 assists, four digs and four aces.
  • Novato earned a narrow four-set victory at San Rafael on Friday, edging the Bulldogs, 25-23, 22-25, 25-22, 26-24. Emerson Burt had 15 kills to lead the Hornets while Theo Hayse added 12 kills and five aces. Katie Woolard had seven kills while assists Lauren Cervantez (19 assists) and Alexis Weiss (14 assists, five aces) both had good matches. Mary Healy and Jade Von Doepp had 19 kills for San Rafael. Tenley Brovelli added 36 assists, nine digs and five assists.
  • Elsa Snipes and Ella Heimbrodt made double doubles to lead Archie Williams to a straight set victory over Terra Linda on Friday. Snipes had 13 kills, 14 digs and four aces while Heimbrodt added 14 kills and 12 digs. Passer Olivia Dow had 39 assists and Jodie Griffiths had seven assists and three blocks.

Women’s volleyball

Former Marin Catholic star Kari Geissberger enjoyed a bit of homecoming this week, helping Loyola Marymount to a pair of road wins over Santa Clara on Thursday and USF on Saturday.

Geissberger had 19 kills and nine digs as the Lions beat Santa Clara in four games. Geissberger had 11 kills and six digs as the Lions (11-1, 2-0 on the West Coast) beat USF.

Over the season, Geissberger leads LMU in kills with 197.

  • The College of Marin went the distance to defeat Napa Valley on Friday night, claiming a 25-18, 25-12, 24-26, 24-26, 15-9 victory.
  • Teddy Batinkova recorded seven kills, the team’s top, as the Dominican lost 25-16, 25-7, 25-22 to Azusa Pacific on Friday night.

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Estelle Engelskirchen scored seven goals and goaltender Eliza Gould made 12 saves to help San Rafael defeat Lick-Wilmerding 15-8 on Friday night.

Men’s football

Alex Izaguirre Hernandez scored just before half-time to take College of Marin to a 1-0 win over Skyline on Friday. Brennan Blondin provided the assist.

  • Joe Blakely scored two goals to lead the Dominicans to a 3-2 home win over Menlo College on Saturday. Blakely scored twice in the first half to give the Penguins (4-0-1) a 2-0 lead. Midfielder Aboubacar Cissé added a second-half goal to extend the lead to 3-0.

Women’s football

Former Terra Linda star Yulianna Vasquez Signor assisted on the game’s first two goals for COM and then scored three of her own in a 6-2 win over Napa Valley. Former Ta High star Kelley Grant scored twice and had an assist. Juliana Oliveira Cortinhas of Novato had two assists for the Mariners (3-1).

Men’s golf

Christian Schrodt led Dominicain to fourth in the Saint Martin’s Men’s Invite at The Home Course in Dupont on Saturday.

Schrodt shot 5 under par in three laps to finish in fourth place individually. The Penguins shot 20 above par to tie for fourth with Hawaii Pacific in the 12-team tournament. Western Washington won by shooting 14 under.

University cross country

Julianna Mendez placed fourth individually – and first among NCAA Division II runners – to lead the Dominican Republic to the 5K Master Invitational in Santa Clarita on Saturday. Mendez completed the course in 17 minutes, 41.9 seconds. Dominican women placed 11th out of 19 teams.

Jared Wright led the men’s team, which placed 12th out of 16 teams. Wright finished in 25: 16.2 to finish in 15th place.

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