California Magic 08 Girls sweep Bay Area Spring Cup
The California Magic Soccer Club's 08 girls went undefeated in the Bay Area Spring Cup claiming their division's Spring Cup title. Coach Beto Zambrano applauded the cohesiveness and passion the team displayed throughout the tournament. "The championship match tested ...Submitted by Megan Shields
California Magic 07 Boys win Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
The California Magic Soccer Club's 07 boys captured the AFC Cinco de Mayo Fiesta division title early May in Hayward. "The boys played amazing futbol, always building out from the back, making combination plays through the middle and scoring smart goals," said Coach ...Submitted by Megan Shields
Lamorinda Divers qualify for NCS
Divers from the combined CLAM high school team for Miramonte, Campolindo, Acalanes and Las Lomas participated in the DAL League Championship meet Saturday, May 5 at Acalanes High School. Eight team members automatically qualified for NCS and three achieved co ...Submitted by Trish Cetrone
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Oakland Strokes sweep to nationals
The many hours of training, early mornings and grueling land and water workouts paid off this weekend for the Oakland Strokes Rowing Program as they put on a powerful performance to take a record breaking 18 medals, and advance a total of seven boats to the USRowing ...Submitted by Rachel Yates
Acalanes and Miramonte Competitive Sport Cheer teams come to fore
What do George W. Bush, Samuel L. Jackson, Kirk and Michael Douglas all have in common? They were all cheerleaders in high school. Cheerleading dates to 1877 at Princeton University though females did not begin to participate in cheerleading until 1923. Yet it was ...By Jon Kingdon
Split decision for Lamorinda Lacrosse at DAL Championships
The boys and girls DAL championship games played on May 4 had a distinct Lamorinda flavor to it.
The Miramonte boys were playing at Acalanes and the Acalanes girls were playing at ...By Jon Kingdon
Cal Rugby returns to SMC to face Linwood
Playing in front of a loud and raucous crowd at Saint Mary's College last Saturday, the University of California clearly outplayed Linwood University in a D1A semi-final game winning by a final score of 43-22.
By Jon Kingdon
Diablo Alliance 10U All-Girls Team takes bronze in USA Water Polo Spring Sunday Tournament
Diablo Alliance Water Polo Club's 10u team took third place at the USA Water Polo's Spring Sunday tournament April 15. The all-girl team started the tournament with an easy win over Stanford and then faced CC United all-boys top team for a bid at the gold medal game. ...Submitted by Rhodora Del Rosario
Lamorinda tennis teams sport winning records in playup to NCS
Historically, the tennis teams in Lamorinda have generally been successful. This year has been no exception with all three teams sporting winning records. With so much rain this spring, the teams have been forced to play as many as four matches in a week to make up ...By Jon Kingdon
Lamorinda golf teams prep for NCS
Mark Twain described golf as a good walk spoiled. However, for Acalanes, Campolindo and Miramonte, it's far more satisfying than that as all three schools are finishing the regular season on high notes and are preparing for the NCS tournament. In the competitive ...By Jon Kingdon
Orinda resident completes 32nd consecutive Boston Marathon
One of the great traditions in sports is the annual running of the Boston Marathon, which is run on Patriot's Day, the third Monday of April. The race began in 1897 with a total of 18 runners and has grown to the point where there are over 30,000 runners and 500,000 ...By Jon Kingdon
Lamorinda Rugby Team goes 3-0 in Ireland
The Lamorinda boys high school rugby team spent their spring break touring Ireland.
The 26 players, three coaches and about 20 parents traveled to Dublin, Cork, Galway and New Ross. ...Submitted by Doug Pearson
7-year-old signs Letter of Intent with Saint Mary's Soccer
There are numerous rules regarding signing a letter of intent to be on a college's athletic team. However, the one constant for every school is that the signee be at least a senior in high school.
By Jon Kingdon