2017 OMPA Championship Final Results
Place Team Points
1 Orinda Country Club 4739.0
Diablo Valley Track and Field Club brings home gold from national Junior Olympics
The 2017 National Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships in Lawrence, Kansas was one of the most successful in the Club's 49-year history, producing five National Champions and nine medals in total. Eighteen Diablo Valley athletes attended the event, in which ...Submitted by Erika Pringsheim-Moore
Lafayette Little League 11-year-old stars win the Buckeye Classic
Lafayette Little League hosts an annual baseball tournament at Buckeye Fields. This year was the 5th annual Buckeye Classic, July 15-20.
Teams from Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette, Clayton, ...Submitted by Linda Choi
Lafayette Generals Baseball Team takes second place
The 9-10 Lafayette Generals capture second place in the Summer Baseball Classic in Albany.
The boys played hard throughout the tournament, including an exciting, late-inning co ...Submitted by Kevin M. McCarthy
Lafayette Little League's 10-year-old All Star team Champions
Lafayette Little League's 10-year-old All Star team had quite a run of baseball this summer. In June and July the 10's won six straight games to capture the District 4 Championship and then followed that up with four consecutive wins to become Section 1 Champions. This ...Submitted by Luisa Miles
Lafayette Buckeyes are the 2017 Turf and Dirt Champs
The Lafayette Buckeyes 11U took home the Championship at the "Turf and Dirt" baseball tournament in Danville. The Buckeyes won six games in five days and came from behind to win the title with a dramatic 6-5 victory over Granada.
Submitted by Anthony Giorgianni
Prestigious MCC tourney touts top tennis talent Runs through Aug. 13
The 31st annual Heritage Bank of Commerce Open Tennis Championships is now underway at the Moraga Country Club and will run through Sunday, Aug. 13.
Prize money totaling $25,000 will be ...By John T. Miller
Tyler Petite - from Campolindo to the University of Southern California
According to the National Collegiate Athletic Association, in 2015-16 there were 1,083,308 high school football players. Of this number, 73,660 went on to play at an NCAA school, either Division I, II or III.
By Jon Kingdon
LSC High Point goes to Springbrook
Over 940 swimmers from 60 teams met over the weekend of July 29-30 at the sixth annual Lafayette Swim Conference Championship Meet, held at Acalanes High School where families erected tents, set out lawn chairs and blasted music in the packed breezeways of the school. ...By Jon Kingdon
Moraga Mavericks 12U defeat AllStars, win Buckeye Classic
The Moraga Mavericks 12U took home the championship at the fifth annual Buckeye Classic, hosted by Lafayette Little League, defeating the Lafayette AllStars 3-2 in a great battle. The Mavericks next head to San Diego to compete with 200 teams in the Xtreme Diamond ...Submitted by Brent Meyers
Campolindo Water Polo Team places second at State
Cougar Waterpolo, earned the silver medal at the 2017 California State High School Championships, which annually brings together the top 48 teams in the state for a three day competition in Orange County. The Cougars lost a hard-fought championship game to perennial ...Submitted by Barbara Williams
2017 Campolindo Girls Varsity Lacrosse Team honored
In honor of the 2017 Campolindo Girls Varsity Lacrosse Team's outstanding accomplishments, the Town of Moraga proclaimed July 12 as "2017 Campolindo Girls Varsity Lacrosse Team Day." Go Cougars! Congratulations on a historic season!
Submitted by Lisa Milburn
Moraga Baseball Association are 2017 Pinto Champions
Moraga Baseball Association Astros coached by Chad Hamilton, Brian Sullivan and Brian Shaffer are 2017 Pinto Champions.
Submitted by Michael Baldelli
Sleepy Hollow Swim & Tennis Club "B" Meet
Sleepy Hollow Swim and Tennis Club held its 31st Annual "B" Invitational on Sunday, July 23. This meet celebrates the "B" swimmers from the nine teams within the Orinda Moraga Pool Association (OMPA). It is eagerly anticipated by many swimmers, and is considered the ...Submitted by Dana Wentworth