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Published on June 9th, 2021
MBA's 14U Mavericks finish as 680 League Champs
The 14U Mavericks of the Moraga Baseball Association won the 680 Diablo League Championship over Memorial Day Weekend.
This was the culmination of a plan laid out by head coach Hal ...
Submitted by Ted Ting


Published on June 9th, 2021
Campo varsity girls soccer team goes undefeated
After a very unique season - one that almost didn't happen - the Campolindo Girls Soccer 2021 Varsity team went undefeated 10-0 this season. The players and coach decided to give their seniors a season to remember in their last year. The team started on April 16 ...Submitted by Luis Pinto


Published on June 9th, 2021
Matai Bell - from Cougar to Cadet
Campolindo head football coach Kevin Macy claims that the success of his program down through the years was "to have kids that did not look like football players but played tough." However, when Antioch native, Matai Bell, (6'4" 320) who has been attending school in ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on June 9th, 2021
Jordan Allred - from Miramonte to Moscow . Idaho
With the onset of the coronavirus, this was a particularly difficult year for the seniors of Lamorinda - limited to Zoom classes, anticipating graduation, the lack of social interaction, the potential elimination of all sports teams and anxiously awaiting to learn ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on May 26th, 2021
Athletic directors look back ... and forward
It's been a year like no other for the high ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on May 26th, 2021
Lamorinda girls' volleyball builds foundation for future success
Though some sports were able to transition, to a point, outside, it was not as simple for the volleyball teams. "We did everything outdoors," Acalanes head coach Haley Walsh said. "There was a lot more retrieving balls and dealing with the elements."
By Jon Kingdon


Published on May 12th 2021
Kevin Macy - 25 years at Campolindo
This was to be a celebratory 25th season for Campolindo Head Football Coach Kevin Macy but the coronavirus split it in thirds. "In December, I finished season 25A. The season in the spring was 25B. You're doing this story in now 25C."
By Jon Kingdon



Published on May 12th 2021
Miramonte Girls Water Polo end Acalanes' 59-game winning streak
On April 10, in a game looked forward to all season by both Miramonte and Acalanes, Miramonte came out on top 8-6, stopping the Acalanes winning streak at 59 games.
Miramonte coach ...
By Jon Kingdon


Published on May 12th 2021
Lamorinda boys' basketball leads the way in talented DAL
If you want to find any type of positive from the coronavirus, it would be the newfound appreciation in participatory sports. This was true even when the teams were prevented from practicing indoors.
By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 28th, 2021
Volleyballers win Western National Qualifier, headed to Nationals
The NorCal Volleyball Club 18s are headed to USA Volleyball Nationals in style, earning a bid by finishing first at the Sierra National Qualifying Tournament in Reno from April 9-11 in their division. Laser-focused NorCal did not lose a single set in the last two ...Submitted by Baldwin Lee


Published on April 28th, 2021
Boys water polo teams happy to be back in the pool and competing
With so little time to prepare for the season, it's been a difficult adjustment for all the coaches. They've been forced to try and balance game preparation and technical preparation while also focusing on fundamentals. Covering all the details as to what the teams ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 28th, 2021
Campo diver teaches English on the side
With the lack of competition due to COVID restrictions, Moraga's Campolindo High School senior, Daniel Zabronsky, has been channeling his energy into teaching English to students in Colombia, South America.
By Vera Kochan


Published on April 28th, 2021
Continuing domination for Lamorinda girls water polo
It was Mark Twain that said, "There are lies, damned lies and statistics" to describe the persuasive power of numbers. From 2016 to 2019 the numbers for the Lamorinda girls water polo teams are not only persuasive but overwhelming. The won-loss records for Acalanes, ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 14th, 2021
The Campo connection at UCLA
Two Campolindo High School graduates, Audrey Pak and Sabrina Smith, closed out the winning match point for the UCLA women's volleyball team March 29. It was the last home match of the season and senior night for Smith, a middle blocker, who has played for UCLA the past ...Submitted by Moon Pak and Nadine Smith



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