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Tam Field Hockey strengthens its position in the playoff race

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Tamalpais High competes to compete for the playoffs during the field hockey season. The Red-tailed Hawks tied with University, 1-1, on Tuesday in San Francisco in a key MCAL matchup, after losses to rivals Redwood and Marin Catholic.

Roy Scobie scored Tam’s equalizer against a tough college team, but the game remained hanging in the balance, even after the final seconds of the game clock had run out. When the horn announced the end of the game, officials awarded a penalty kick to University, but Hawks goalie Harper Fox blocked the shot to end the game in a tie.

• Samantha Hahn scored three goals to lead Redwood to an 8-0 win over Convent on Wednesday. Kaitlyn Titcombe and Amanda Muller each scored twice, while Lucy Jeffers scored a goal and assisted on a goal for Titcombe. Jane Broderick had two assists, while Isabella Wagner had another goal. The Giants are scheduled to host Lake Wilmerding on Friday.

Girls golf

Novato High’s Eva Moynihan and Terra Linda’s Zoe Bates shared low-key 42nd medal honors as the Hornets beat the Trojans 190-199 on Thursday. Mia Schlottman shot a 46 for Terra Linda, while Novato’s Haley Picketty had a 47.

Girls tennis

Redwood swept Marin Catholic, 7-0, on Wednesday despite the Wildcats pushing the Giants. The Giants’ Jordan Marotto defeated the Wildcats’ Maya Mosher, 6-4, 6-4, in a back-and-forth match for No. 1 singles. In a close fight for third place in doubles, Redwood’s Harriet Condos and Audrey Markovich defeated Marin Catholic’s Natalie Martin and Ruby Pesaturo 6-4, 7-5.


The Tiburon Challenger is sponsoring a free daily kids clinic for players ages 5-14 at the Tiburon Peninsula Club, Sunday, October 1, from 9-10:30 a.m. Players will improve their game in training and matches, with help from professional players. Participants must have their own rackets. For more information about the Tiburon Challenger, visit

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Girls volleyball

Emmeline Sandgren dished out 29 assists and added nine kills, six digs and two blocks as Tam rallied to a 22-25, 25-17, 25-17, 25-12 victory over San Rafael on Wednesday night. Natalia Standord paced the Red-tailed Hawks (16-3, 2-0 MCAL) with 10 kills. Malia Parsons was one of three Tam players with double-digit digs, leading with 18. Jade Curtin-Savala had 11 digs, eight kills and three aces while Annie Payne added 10 digs, 15 assists and two aces.

Elsa Kehoe paced the Bulldogs (13-8, 0-2) in both kills (13) and digs (20). Olivia Duggan also had 20 digs. Jane Stanley had a double-double with 14 assists and 11 digs. Faith Pu’u had nine blocks.

• Jaden Hendrickson and Katelyn Sicklick were the kill leaders as Redwood began its MCAL campaign by defeating San Marin 25-4, 25-11, 25-11. Hendrickson had 10 kills and Sikelic added nine. Redwood (13-2, 1-0) had 13 aces, led by Ella Moran who had three aces. Abigail Lee had a team-high 10 digs. San Marin (16-5, 1-1) had three kills each from Sylvia Torque, Brianna Nottingham and Savannah Reynolds.

Women’s volleyball

College of Marin defeated Las Positas College, 3-0, in a doubleheader at Kentfield on Wednesday. The Mariners (5-8) rolled the first game 25-9, then won the next two games 25-17, 25-12 to close out the match. Marine’s Aaliyah Langford tallied a career high with nine kills, while Lizabeth Mayorga and Viviana McKinney each recorded seven kills. Jayva Anderson had a strong night with five kills and six digs. The Mariners fell to College of the Redwoods 3-1 in the morning game.

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