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Onward and upward for Lamorinda wrestling
After a month of practicing, the Lamorinda wrestling teams are now ready to compete against anyone besides their teammates. The growth of the sport in Lamorinda continues with each of the teams' male and female wrestlers.
By Jon Kingdon



Saint Mary's basketball continues its dominance over California under Randy Bennett
The Saint Mary's men's basketball team made the 10-mile trek to Berkeley and Haas Pavilion Dec. 14, defeating the University of California, in a game the Gaels' sports information department dubbed the Caldecott Classic, by a score of 89-77. This was the fourth time ...By Jon Kingdon



The Saint Mary's men's soccer team finishes another great season
The Saint Mary's men's soccer team finished another impressive season this year with their second West Coast Conference win and a 7-0 winning streak. This marks another historic season for the team, for they haven't won every game within their conference in fifteen ...Submitted by Melanie Moyer



Lamorinda girls basketball teams continue to raise the bar
The Lamorinda girls basketball teams have all gotten off to excellent starts to their seasons. With a combined record of 13-2, Miramonte (4-0), Acalanes (5-1), and Campolindo (4-1) have already established themselves as teams not to be overlooked.
By Jon Kingdon



Lamorinda boys basketball teams abound (and rebound) with optimism
With the onset of the basketball season, the boys teams in Lamorinda are all heading into the 2019-20 season with their heads held high. Campolindo's is certainly the highest, coming off their state championship, Miramonte defeated Campolindo prior to their playoff ...By Jon Kingdon



Campolindo girls and boys win state Division III Cross Country Championships
For the fifth time, the Campolindo girls have won the state cross country championship while the boys team made it a clean sweep with their first state title. In the Division III state meet, the girls came in as one of the favorites to take the title while the boy's ...By Jon Kingdon



Lamorinda Freshmen and JV Teams - Foundations for Success
If you were to peruse the rosters of the Acalanes, Campolindo and Miramonte football teams, every player would have at least one thing in common - at one point, they all played for a freshman and/or JV team. These are teams that practice and play as hard as the ...By Jon Kingdon



Campolindo comes up short in state finals
Campolindo girls volleyball head coach John Vuong was concerned when the Cougars were up to Division I for the NCS playoffs, having to compete against teams that had far larger student bodies. Ironically, the schools with the smallest student bodies, Campolindo and ...By Jon Kingdon



Cal Magic '04 Girls Clinch Fall League Title
The Cal Magic `04 girls soccer team won the NorCal state premier north U16 division fall league on Nov. 17. They went undefeated in nine games.
The team, playing possession style soccer, ...
Submitted by Paradi Mirmirani



Undefeated Acalanes JV football team thanks coach
The Acalanes JV Football team, under the guidance of head coach Greg Young, finished off their season with a perfect 9-0 record this season. The boy's wanted to show their gratitude for their coach, and the pride in their accomplishment, so they arranged to have the ...Submitted by Jim Malmquist



Basketball tournament champions
Lafayette-based Bay Area Blitz 2028 Boys Team (fourth grade) have wrapped up their 2019 AAU campaign by winning the Nov. 9-10 Bulldawgs Tournament held in San Francisco. In living up to their name, the Blitz outscored their three opponents by a combined score of 184 - ...Submitted by Jon Nickens



Miramonte makes it to NCS Finals and into State Tournament
It was a successful season for the Lamorinda Girls Tennis teams though they were not shown the respect they deserved by the seeds they received for the NCS championship. Campolindo was seeded 10th, Miramonte 7th and Acalanes 6th.
By Jon Kingdon




Miramonte and Campo girls water polo heartbreak
With a 20-6 record, Miramonte was only an ...By Jon Kingdon



After NCS Championship win, Cougars go on to win NorCal Championship
Campolindo head coach Miles Price put together a schedule for his team that would have tested the heartiest of souls, competing against the top teams in Southern California, compiling an 8-8 record but losing only four more games (three to Miramonte) the rest of the ...By Jon Kingdon



Acalanes Girls, Campo Boys win NorCal Championship
How do you improve on an undefeated season where you win the North Coast Section championship? If you're the Acalanes girls water polo team, you extend your unbeaten streak to 57 games, you win the NCS championship and you then win the NorCal Championship, a ...By Jon Kingdon



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