Lamorinda women take part in national collegiate signing day
Earlier this month, seven young women, members of Lamorinda's US Soccer Development Academy, signed National Letters of Intent to play soccer at Universities around the nation.
The ...Submitted by Keven Guillory
Diablo Alliance water polo team wins gold
This past weekend Diablo Alliance water polo won Gold in the 12 and under platinum division of the Kap7 International tournament in Huntington Beach. The event featured 21 of the top teams in the country (12 in platinum and 9 in gold) and is the nation's premier ...Submitted by Jeff Holman
10U girls Diablo Alliance Water Polo Frozen Cup Tournament Champions
The 10U Diablo Alliance Water Polo club won the Co-Ed 2018 Frozen Cup Tournament in February. The team fought hard and defeated the competitive Royal 559 Water Polo Academy for first place.
Submitted by Rhodora Del Rosario
4th grade boys win CYO championship
The St. Perpetua fourth grade boys American League basketball team won the West Diablo CYO League Championship held at the Tice Community Center this month.
...Submitted by Tom Jones
Team Harmeyer wins CYO championship
The Third Grade Boys CYO basketball championship weekend took place at Tice Valley Gymnasium in Walnut Creek over the weekend of Feb. 10-11. The top four teams in the 18-team division were invited to the "Final Four" to compete for the top trophy. The championship game ...Submitted by P.J. Gould
St. Perpetua girls basketball team undefeated
The St. Perpetua third grade girls basketball team won the West Diablo CYO playoff championship at Tice Valley to cap an undefeated season. The team had two hard fought wins in the playoffs against Santa Maria and the other St. Perpetua team in the championship game. ...Submitted by Ben Tschann
St Monica's 5th Grade boys win championship
St Monica's fifth grade American league team defeated Christ The King parish Sunday, Feb. 11 in the finals for the West Diablo CYO Basketball league.
Head coach Eric Van Olst led the ...Submitted by Jessica Van Olst
Lamorinda female wrestling participation on the rise
Since 2004, what high school sport, percentage wise, can claim to have the fastest growing group of participants? In all likelihood, you've guessed incorrectly. It's wrestling. No, it's not the boys but in fact the participation of girls in high school wrestling ...By Jon Kingdon
Gonzaga handles Saint Mary's easily, 78-65
The 11th-ranked Saint Mary's basketball team seemed to have everything pointed in their favor Feb. 10 as they faced off against their biggest rival. They defeated Gonzaga on their home court earlier in the season, they had won 19 straight games, and they were playing ...By Jon Kingdon
Saint Mary's women's basketball's South Pacific influence
There have been numerous articles written about the influx of Australian players on the Saint Mary's College men's basketball team. Overlooked has been how Paul Thomas, the Saint Mary's women's head coach, has utilized the talents of the women from the South Pacific ...By Jon Kingdon
Challenging season for Lamorinda girls soccer
The 2017-18 season for Lamorinda girls soccer teams has proven to be a bit of a challenge for each of the schools. Interspersed with some very positive games and efforts by each of the teams, the combined record for Acalanes, Campolindo and Miramamonte as of this ...By Jon Kingdon
Lamorinda high school boys soccer doing well despite injuries, illness
Coming off a championship season, Acalanes coach Paul Curtis was certainly aware that it was going to be difficult to match last season's 20-2-4 record and accomplishments. In the heart of league play, with a record of 13-6-1 and 5-1 in league play, Curtis remains ...By Jon Kingdon
Keeping up with the Hendersons
An incomparable athletic dynasty at Acalanes High School is about to come to an end with the graduation of Nick Henderson this spring.
The Henderson family has dominated the football and ...By John T. Miller
Lamorinda girls basketball face hurdles heading into league play
Coming off a season where Campolindo made it to the state finals, head coach Art Thoms, having lost only one player to graduation, had to be optimistic about his team's prospects until confronted with a series of injuries and a number of girls who opted to compete in ...By Jon Kingdon