NorCal Tip-Off with elite showdowns Saturday

NEWARK, Ca. – The 11th NorCal Tip-Off Classic has seven games Saturday at Newark Memorial High featuring several squads that could be competing for California state championships in March.

The most notable of those come in the final two games, with Sacramento Capital Christian takes on Temecula Rancho Christian at 7 and then Oakland Bishop O’Dowd and L.A. Fairfax wrapping up things at 8:30.

Action begins at 11 a.m. Admission is $13 for adults, $10 for students and seniors and $5 or those 5 or younger.

 

Schedule

11 a.m., San Francisco St. Ignatius vs. Walnut Creek Las Lomas

12:30 p.m., Dublin vs. Berkeley

2:15, Newark Memorial vs. Stockton Lincoln

3:45, Hayward Moreau Catholic vs. Fresno San Joaquin Memorial

5:30, Alameda St. Joseph-Notre Dame vs. Folsom

7, Sacramento Capital Christian vs. Temecula Rancho Christian

8:30, Oakland Bishop O’Dowd vs. L.A. Fairfax

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