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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


Published on April 14th, 2021
Short but sweet seasons for the Lamorinda golf teams
Golf, like all other sports, had to make their concessions and adjustments due to the coronavirus. This year, the girls and boys shared the spring season. It was more of an adjustment for the girls, according to Miramonte's girls head coach John Keady. "The weather ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on March 31st, 2021
What went into starting the football season
With a genuine concern that there would be ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on March 31st, 2021
Short-term success, long-term goals for Lamorinda girl's lacrosse
Despite an abbreviated season and no post-season tournaments, the Lamorinda Girl's Lacrosse teams have shown well on the field and in the eyes of MaxPreps Sports. Each of the teams is ranked in the top 25 in the state of California - Miramonte (3), Campolindo (10) and ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on March 31st, 2021
Campolindo wins 28-13 in emotion-filled rivalry game
There is nothing like a rivalry game between two local teams. It's bragging rights for the next year for the winner and something to point to for the next season for the loser. However, the 28-13 victory for Campolindo was emotional beyond words due to the passing of ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on March 17th, 2021
The reinstatement of outdoor sports in Lamorinda
Under new guidelines released by the ...By Jonathan Pham


Published on March 17th, 2021
Rain or Sunshine Run Club participates in virtual events
For five weeks, meeting three afternoons a week for an hour the Rain or Sunshine Run Club athletes (seventh- and eighth-graders) trained for a Virtual 5K and/or 10K. Their training took them up to the Lafayette Reservoir to run a loop or two and various sections of ...Submitted by Diane Batchelor


Published on March 17th, 2021
National Letter of Intent signing day for Campolindo football seniors
Campolindo High School recognized seniors Matai Bell and Maxwell Weaver for their commitment to play Division 1 football at Army West Point (Bell) and Davidson (Weaver) during National Letter of Intent signing day on Feb. 3. ...Submitted by Lauren Fritch


Published on March 17th, 2021
Excitement and relief as football season begins
Yes, Virginia. There is a football season in Lamorinda. Sixteen months after their last games, the football programs at Acalanes, Campolindo and Miramonte, which many were ready to write off, began their preseason practices as a precursor to a six-game season.
By Jon Kingdon


Published on March 3rd, 2021
After 451 days, Saint Mary's men's soccer makes a successful return to the pitch
Coming off the two best seasons in Saint Mary's history (16-2 and 18-0-2), there was a 451-day hiatus between games for the men's soccer team due to the coronavirus. If nothing else, it gave head coach Adam Cooper the opportunity to appreciate the true dominance of ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on February 17th, 2021
Cross country runners step up for new season
The ice has finally been broken for California high school sports. With the state in the purple tier, the Lamorinda high schools on Feb. 1 began their track and field, cross country, swimming, golf, and boy's tennis programs. Girl's tennis will begin on March 22. ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on February 3rd, 2021
Life's a beach for Nicole Branagh
Lamorinda has been blessed with many great student-athletes. There have been multi-sport athletes that have lettered in three sports. The number drops precipitously when you restrict the list to the people who have been recruited by various colleges to play any or all ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on January 20, 2021
Frustration with state and governor prompts rallies for high school sports
Parents from all around the state of California held "Let Them Play" rallies Jan. 15 at their respective high schools, which included Acalanes and Campolindo. A Facebook account started by parents at Torrey Pines High School in San Diego, designed to restart the ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on January 6th, 2021
Million-yard swim marathon fundraiser concludes successfully
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a ...By Jon Kingdon



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