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Published on May 8th, 2024
Lamorinda volleyball and lacrosse teams competing in NCS playoffs
This past week, seven of the nine Lamorinda volleyball and lacrosse teams qualified for the North Coast Sectional playoffs. The teams' combined record in the first two rounds was 13-1: the only loss being the Miramonte boys lacrosse team to Campolindo. The third rounds ...By Jon Kingdon

Published on May 8th, 2024
St. Mary's Aidan Mahaney heads to the University of Connecticut to finish his college career
After playing two seasons at St. Mary's, a team that was a fifth seed in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament, Aidan Mahaney decided to enter the NCAA portal. Having visited, Creighton, Kentucky, Virginia, and Connecticut, Mahaney made the ...By Jon Kingdon

Published on May 8th, 2024
Gaels Rugby victorious over Navy in National Championship
In what would prove to be a tale of two halves, St. Mary's upended the first seeded Midshipmen by a score of 26-22, with Head Coach Tim O'Brien's winning his fifth national championship in seven final matches, in a game on May 4 that was not decided until the final ...By Jon Kingdon

Published on April 24th, 2024
St Monica's third grade girls CYO West Diablo league champions
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Published on April 24th, 2024
Justin Pines found new ways to be himself
Justin Pines has been living a life most people would envy. Born in Lafayette, California, the Campolindo and Princeton graduate is professionally successful, a top cross-country runner, talented skier, in training for a future Olympic triathlon, and blessed with a ...By Jon Kingdon

Published on April 10th, 2024
Sydney Gray chosen female athlete of the week
After scoring six goals and having had two assists in an 18-16 victory over Berkeley, Miramonte freshman lacrosse player, Sydney Gray, was just named the Bay Area News Group female athlete of the week. "I was very excited when I heard that I was named, and that so many ...By Jon Kingdon

Published on April 10th, 2024
Individual and team success for Lamorinda softball
Miramonte has shown a major improvement over last season, when they started out 0-11 and were outscored 213-28. After 11 games this season, the 8-3 Matadors have outscored their ...
By Jon Kingdon

Published on April 10th, 2024
Lamorinda Volleyball a mixture of success, potential, and development
Heading into spring break, Campolindo has already won 20 games with only seven losses. Despite only eight returners and ten new players, Head Coach David Chen is very ...
By Jon Kingdon

Published on March 27th, 2024
St. Mary's comes up short in NCAA opener vs. Grand Canyon
With a below average shooting night (39%) and an out of characteristic number of turnovers (13), fifth seeded St. Mary's lost 75-66 to the twelfth seeded Grand Canyon University.
Though ...
By Jon Kingdon

Published on March 27th, 2024
Early success and potential shown by Lamorinda baseball teams
After finishing last season ranked 241st in the state, head coach Connor Hornsby has led Acalanes to a major turnaround this season, starting the year with nine straight wins, a ...
By Jon Kingdon

Published on March 13th, 2024
Seventh grade boys American League CYO champs
The seventh grade boys Catholic Youth Organization (American) St Perpetua basketball team from Lafayette won the league championship on Feb. 10. The team won over the team of Christ the King of Pleasant Hill in the final game. The team went 9-1 this season. ...Submitted by Miyon Cosso

Published on March 13th, 2024
2024 Oakland Diocese champs and west Diablo division CYO champs
The fourth grade CYO American team defeated St. Monica to win the CYO championship. By defeating Holy Rosary the team also won the Oakland Diocese championship. ...Submitted by Neil Singh

Published on March 13th, 2024
Success and growth for Lamorinda Wrestling
With a new beginning at Acalanes, continued growth at Miramonte, and a third straight season for a Campolindo wrestler to make it to the state tournament, it was a season to build on for the Lamorinda wrestling teams.
By Jon Kingdon

Published on March 13th, 2024
Nick Safir named Miramonte's Head Football Coach
After twelve years as an assistant high school football coach, the last two as the defensive coordinator at Moreau Catholic (Hayward), Nick Safir was named the head coach at Miramonte High School.
By Jon Kingdon

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