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Fish hits clutch kick to bring Redwood to rare win over Branson

By on May 31, 2021 0

The Redwood High boys’ basketball team have played against Eternal Power Branson on several occasions over the past four seasons – including a pair of one-point losses in the MCAL playoffs – but didn’t had not yet won a victory. That changed this week in part because of a clutch performance from the second Ains Fish.

Elsewhere, the San Marino sniper was on target downtown to help the Mustangs to a 3-0 week long. San Domenico footballers and Archie Williams scored in clusters to help guide their teams to victory.

The record-setting triple jumper from Terra Linda broke the county mark just a week after posting the best distance in school history.

Ains Fish, Redwood basketball

Fish scored a team-high 13 points on Tuesday, including a crucial late bucket to help Redwood hold Branson, 53-50, and claim their most impressive win of the season.

Emily Sullivan, San Marino basketball

Sullivan was scorching three points, making five of them in a 49-39 win over Terra Linda and four more in a 51-42 win over Tam. In three games, Sullivan scored 41 points to lead the Mustangs to a week-long 3-0.

Marie Jones, Terra Linda track

A week after setting a school record in the triple jump, Jones broke the county record at the Redwood Empire Invitational on Saturday. Jones set a new 38-foot-3 mark, eclipsing the 37-9.5 record set by Tam’s Jessica Rasmusson in 2013.

Owen Benson, Archie Williams football

Benson had a hat trick, helping Archie Williams survive Novato 3-2 on Wednesday.

Sally Cesko, San Marino track

Cesko had a busy weekend at the Redwood Empire Invitational, placing second in the high jump – with a height of 5 feet and 1 inch – third in the triple jump and sixth in the pole vault.

Audrey Nelson and Olivia Quinby, Terra Linda volleyball

Nelson and Quinby racked up wins last week to lead the Trojans to a four-set win over San Rafael and a five-set win over Archie Williams. Nelson had 36 kills in both competitions while Quinby racked up 38 kills.

Luka Vujicic, San Domenico footballer

The Panthers had never won a Bay Counties League West game in their few seasons in the league until Monday, when Vujicic scored four times to bring San Domenico to a 5-2 victory over Stuart Hall.

Bennett Steiger, Archie Williams’ water polo

Steiger scored four goals, including the game winner 90 seconds to go, to lead Archie Williams to a 13-12 victory over Redwood.

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