St. Perpetua fifth grade boys national team winners
The St. Perpetua fifth grade boys national team won the 2018 MVP Flight Thanksgiving tournament.
...Submitted by Andrea Hilsabeck
5th & 6th Grade girls LMYA soccer champions
Team Japan compiled an 8-1 record, scoring 25 goals, with only 5 goals scored against.
...Submitted by Roger Chelemedos
LMYA 2018 girls soccer champions
The LMYA 7/8 grade girls soccer team ended their undefended season with scoring 22 goals in 7 games and only 2 goals scored against them.
...Submitted by Roger Chelemedos
Campo cross country squads reach state meet podium
For the first time in 15 years, both the boys' and girls' Campolindo cross country squads reached the podium at the California State Meet in Fresno, finishing second and third in the Division III races, respectively. It was a particularly challenging road to the State ...Submitted by Eric Yabu
Lamorinda girls soccer - 2018
As has been mentioned incessantly for all sports, the infamous air quality index was a factor for the girls soccer teams, limiting the opportunity to practice and prepare for the season.
By Jon Kingdon
Acalanes girls and Campolindo boys win NCS Championships
For the second year in a row, there was an undefeated water polo team that came out of Lamorinda. Last year it was the Miramonte Girls that went 30-0 on their way to the NCS championship. This year it was the Acalanes Girls that did not lose a game, going 27-0 ...By Jon Kingdon
Saint Mary's trounces Cal in rivalry game
After a 30-year hiatus, the California basketball team deigned to make the 14-mile drive to Moraga to take on Saint Mary's Dec. 1 at McKeon Pavilion. Playing in front of a loud and highly partisan crowd, Saint Mary's defeated California 84-71, ending a four-game ...By Jon Kingdon
Lamorinda girls basketball preview
There are two things that the Lamorinda girls basketball teams all have in common as we go to print. They all made the playoffs this year and each of the coaches is terribly frustrated at the inability to practice due to everyone's least favorite words - air quality ...By Jon Kingdon
First place for JMIS 8th grade girl's volleyball
The Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School eighth grade girl's volleyball team took first place in the Stanley Tournament. JM beat Foothill before losing to Orinda Intermediate School the next day. With victory over Head Royce and Piedmont they entered the semifinal to ...Submitted by Judy McNeil
5-6 grade MOL Eagles win championship
The Eagles won the MOL - NFC Conference Super Bowl. The NFC conference is for fifth and sixth graders. The Eagles won over the Saint by a score of 19-0.
...Submitted by Eric Van Olst
Lamorinda boys basketball preview
Last season, Acalanes, Campolindo and Miramonte could lay claim to having played in the toughest division - the Diablo-Football league. The combined record for all three schools in league play was 8-22, but their record in nonleague games was 38-19 with Acalanes and ...By Jon Kingdon
The success of coach Kelly Sopak and the Miramonte girls basketball team
Geno Auriemma, the head coach of the University of Connecticut women's basketball team, has an 88.3 winning percentage during his tenure at Connecticut. Kelly Sopak, the head coach of the Miramonte girls basketball team has an 87.5 winning percentage during his nine ...By Jon Kingdon
Stanley Middle School runners' success
Stanley Middle School cross country athlete Megan Yee came in first out of 120 female athletes in 7/8 grade varsity girls category. Bennett Dodge, on the 7/8 grade varsity boys team, came in first of 150 male athletes. The girl's team competed with 17 other East Bay ...Submitted by Leland Yee
Stanley girls volleyball team wins Piedmont Invitational
The Stanley Middle School 8B girls volleyball team won the Piedmont Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 29.
...Submitted by Gina McKenzie
Wildcats win the 2018 Pac-12 MOL Super Bowl
Congratulations to the 2018 Wildcats on winning the Pac-12 MOL Super Bowl on Nov. 4. The team was able to beat the undefeated Irish in a hard-fought game, winning 6-0.
...Submitted by Bill Boselli