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Published on June 24th, 2020
Creative workouts continue as studios prepare to reopen July 1
The gym and workout studios have not been immune to the effects of the coronavirus. Gold's Gym, a national chain filed for bankruptcy in May, temporarily closing its 700 global gyms while permanently closing 30 of those locations, while 24 Hour Fitness filed for ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on June 10th, 2020
Madi Risch spikes her way to the University of Pennsylvania
With so many different sports available in Lamorinda, it was volleyball that captured Madi Risch's interest, first as a 10-year-old beginning at LMYA and then playing for four different clubs, beginning with Vibe at the age of 12, NorCal Volleyball Club, Absolute and ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on June 10th, 2020
Filling the sports void for Lamorinda athletes
It's been a particularly topsy-turvy spring, particularly for high school students who were quarantined and forced to take their classes online, and with the cessation of all spring sports.
By Jon Kingdon


Published on May 27th, 2020
Campolindo athletics named state champion by MaxPreps
MaxPreps on May 1 awarded the "MaxPreps Cup" to Campolindo High School, signifying it as the top high school athletic program for the state of California. MaxPreps is a CBS Sports Division focused on high school sports that has been presenting this award to the top ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on May 27th, 2020
Grant Harper - Leadership on and off the field
For every college bound student, it's very much up in the air as to what to expect next fall. For Grant Harper, a soon-to-be Campolindo graduate who will be attending UC Davis in the fall, the football program is another aspect of college that remains somewhat ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on May 13th, 2020
Cal Magic takes time out for community support
This spring, California Magic Soccer Club teams participated in community service projects as part of creating Magical Moments on and off the field. Magic maintains that community outreach is an important cornerstone of teaching leadership and responsibility. Haris ...Submitted by Katie Rogers


Published on May 13th, 2020
Lamorinda Water Polo Club celebrates its recruited student athletes
Lamorinda Water Polo Club celebrates 11 graduating seniors that have committed to play water polo in college. The club recognizes these outstanding student athletes for their excellence and dedication to water polo and academics as they join over 200 Lamorinda Water ...Submitted by Tyler Painter


Published on May 13th, 2020
Margaux McDonald - Success in and out of the water
When you see the term student-athlete, usually there is an emphasis on either the former or the latter. In the case of Margaux McDonald, who will be graduating this year from Miramonte High School, in racing terms, it would have to be called a dead heat. Besides ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 29th, 2020
Four years of basketball excellence for Jordan Ford at SMC
After a 26-8 regular season record, the Saint Mary's basketball team was preparing to learn who they were going to play in the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament. At the same time, senior guard Jordan Ford, who was averaging 21.9 points per game this ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 1st, 2020
2019-2020 Diablo Athletic League - Winter Sports
DAL All-League - Foothill Division
Boys Basketball - 2019-20




Published on April 1st, 2020
St. Monica fourth grade boys National team goes to Diocese Championship
The St. Monica fourth grade boys National team (Red Division) was runner up in both the CYO Divisional and League Championship games, falling to the undefeated St. Perpetua boys (Blue Division) in two hard-fought games. ...Submitted by Andi O'Toole


Published on April 1st, 2020
Campolindo students sign National Letters of Intent
Two Campolindo High School football players signed National Letters of Intent to continue their football careers at the collegiate level. Quarterback Grant Harper signed with UC Davis and Linebacker Mason Mastrov signed with Southern Methodist University (SMU).
Submitted by Chris Schofield


Published on March 18th, 2020
St. Perpetua third grade boys American Team Champions
The St. Perpetua third grade boys American Team won the CYO Championship in a close game against St. Monica's of Moraga. The final school was 39-35. ...Submitted by Mike La Rotonda


Published on March 18th, 2020
St. Monica's seventh grade boys won West Diablo
St. Monica's seventh grade boys (National) won the West Diablo CYO 2020 league championship, besting St. Perpetua in a close-fought final game. The team also finished runner-up in the Oakland diocese regional championships, defeating St. Jospeh of Fremont and St. Bede ...Submitted by Mark Pastore


Published on March 18th, 2020
Victory at the Brazen Victory Race for the Rain or Sunshine Run Club athletes
Stanley Middle School students from the Rain or Sunshine Run Club trained for eight weeks to work towards either the 5K or 10K in Point Richmond March 7. Many went home with Age Group medals. Notable places overall in the 5K were Cate McCormick 2nd female followed by ...Submitted by Diane Batchelor



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