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Published on May 11th, 2022
Campolindo girls take DAL Championship
After a two-year break with no postseason tournaments, the Lamorinda girls lacrosse teams all competed in the Diablo Athletic League and North Coast Section tournaments. Campolindo, whose record now stands at 15-1 dominated Northgate in the DAL final winning by a score ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 27th, 2022
Karate & Fitness USA Tournament Results
At the 2022 Ozawa Cup International Karate Tournament in Las Vegas, Nev., 12 Karate & Fitness USA members competed against athletes from all over the world and returned home with 19 medals: six gold, seven silver and six bronze.
Submitted by Thomas Westernoff


Published on April 27th, 2022
Lamorinda Water Polo Club celebrates its recruited student athletes
Lamorinda Water Polo Club hosted its College Commitment Celebration on Wednesday, April 13 at Miramonte High School to celebrate its 2022 graduates who have committed to play collegiate water polo. At the celebration, the club recognized the following outstanding ...Submitted by Andra Berkman


Published on April 27th, 2022
Lamorinda RFC U14s win Rugby NorCal End of Year Tournament
The Lamo U14s ended their season in style at the Rugby NorCal End of Year tournament at Bartholomew Sports Park in Elk Grove last Saturday. The Rodents eased through the playoffs, beating Elk Grove, the hosts and Danville, before encountering a very strong local team, ...Submitted by Andrea Parrott


Published on April 27th, 2022
Special Olympics returns to Acalanes after two-year hiatus
It was 11 years ago that the Special Olympics began what was to be an annual event at Acalanes High School. It was something that was always looked forward to with great anticipation but for last two years, it was just another victim of the coronavirus. So, when the ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 27th, 2022
Softball teams learning as they go
There are young teams and there are young teams. In the case of Acalanes, it's a situation where youth is not served. With only two seniors, six juniors, six sophomores and freshmen, many of the players have not brought the commensurate playing time to make it an easy ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 27th, 2022
Lamorinda athletes and community gather in remembrance
Acalanes girls lacrosse players and coaches, as well as students and families from the three local high schools lined up on three sides of the field at Acalanes High School April 13 to honor lacrosse player Natalie Hiatt, who tragically passed away, with a moment of ...By Jennifer Wake


Published on April 27th, 2022
Baseball teams pointing to the playoffs
Acalanes head coach Connor Hornsby's plan was to begin the year with a challenging non-league schedule. After losing four of their first six games, the Dons won 10 of their next 12 games, moving up to 11th in the Bay Area rankings. "Our plan was to play those type of ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 27th, 2022
Saint Mary's rugby team heads to national championships
There were two things on the minds of the Saint Mary's rugby team when they went to Berkeley to play Cal in the national semifinal championship game - making it to the championship game and exacting revenge against Cal for their only loss this season.
By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 13th, 2022
Accolades continue to be bestowed upon Campolindo basketball
For the second consecutive year, Steven Dyer ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 13th, 2022
Diablo Athletic League 2021-2022 All League Fall and Winter Sports
Cross Country - Boys



Published on April 13th, 2022
8th-grade All Lamorinda Trojans win championship
The eighth grade "All Lamorinda" Trojans flag football team won the Next Level Passing League Championship at De La Salle High School over teams from Concord, Benicia, Walnut Creek and Orinda. The core of this team has played together since first grade and has ...Submitted by Charlie Vezzali


Published on April 13th, 2022
Lamorinda girls lacrosse teams rebuilding and competing for playoff seeds
If there is one thing that the Lamorinda coaches can all agree on, it's how satisfying it is to have their first normal season in three years following the pandemic. Acalanes coach Bill Frazier spoke for everyone when he declared that "the best part about this year is ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on April 13th, 2022
Boys lacrosse teams looking ahead to post-season
It's been a stellar year so far for Miramonte with a 12-1 record (7-0 in league). As is often the case with a successful team, the chemistry on the boys lacrosse team has been crucial to their success. "This is an incredibly tight knit team," coach Byron McGovern ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on March 30th, 2022
Vibe Volleyball competes at Northern California Volleyball Association
The Vibe Volleyball 17 Black team placed in the Gold Division at the Northern California Volleyball Association (NCVA) Power League Championships held in Reno, Nev., March 5-6. Vibe 17 Black was the only 17s team to have started playing this year in Bronze, moving ...Submitted by Jenifer Lamken Paul



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