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Published on October 11th, 2023
Acalanes breaks Miramonte girls' water polo winning streak at 75
It was on April 10, 2021, when the Miramonte girlsí water polo team broke Acalanesí winning streak of 59 games. Turnabout was fair play for Acalanes head coach Misha Buchel, the losing coach in that game was the coach who broke Miramonteís 75 game winning streak by a ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on October 11th, 2023
Saint Mary's women's soccer brings new attitude to the game
In the four years prior to head coach Theresa Romagnolo's arrival, the Saint Mary's women's soccer team had a combined record of 25-45-6. Since being hired in January 2021, Romagnolo's composite record (including the COVID shortened 2020 season) is 25-18-15.
By Jon Kingdon


Published on October 11th, 2023
Continued success for Saint Mary's men's soccer
As Adam Cooper approached his 18th season as the Saint Maryís head soccer coach, it was only natural for him look back with great satisfaction at the teamís accomplishments. Prior to his arrival, from 1978 until 2005, the soccer team had a winning percentage of 36.1% ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on September 27th, 2023
Lamorinda boys' water polo - showing talent and potential
The Lamorinda boys' water polo teams have shown both success and potential. Miramonte and Campolindo have had a number of victories and Acalanes is taking the long-term perspective, anticipating similar success by the end of the season.
By Jon Kingdon



Published on September 27th, 2023
Lamorinda girls water polo teams showing early success
Lamorinda girls water polo has established itself as an area of top talent with winning records so far.
Miramonte
By Jon Kingdon


Published on September 13th, 2023
Miramonte football game canceled after drive-by shooting at Skyline HS
After a 2-0 start, Miramonte was looking ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on September 13th, 2023
Optimism abounds for the Lamorinda girls tennis teams
If there is one thing that all of the tennis teams can agree on, it's that it's nice not to have to find a time to practice early or late when it's not 114 degrees. Talent and character abound with all of the teams, and each are pointing to making it to the North Coast ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on September 13th, 2023
Lots of fresh faces on Lamorinda girls' volleyball teams
As a rule, there is always a certain amount of turnover with every high school team, mostly through graduation. This is a year that has seen the Lamorinda girls' volleyball teams having lost more than their share of players from last year and having to rely on a large ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on August 30th, 2023
East Bay Sea Serpent relays conquer the pool at OMPA
This July, the Lamorinda community had the opportunity to watch a long-standing tradition once again: the East Bay Sea Serpents relay at the OMPA swim meet.
Every summer the local swim ...
Submitted by Asha Spitzer


Published on August 30th, 2023
Great anticipation for Lamorinda Football this season
The bar as usual has been set high for the Lamorinda football teams, with all three having made NCS playoffs last season. With a constant turnover through graduation, maintaining excellence requires constant adjustment at every position.
By Jon Kingdon



Published on August 30th, 2023
Flag football for girls begins its first season in Lamorinda
As most football fans know, the National Football League plays on Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays, the colleges play the majority of their games on Saturdays, and Fridays remain the purview of the high schools. This year, a whole new sport is being introduced into ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on August 16th, 2023
Sea Serpents sweep the summer games
A green wave of East Bay Sea Serpents dove into the Summer Games and swam away as champions. East Bay Sea Serpents, the local Special Olympics swim team for swimmers with disabilities, is a 22-year-old program supported by head coach Brian Wentzel and a collection of ...Submitted by Asha Spitzer


Published on August 16th, 2023
Campolindo Athletic Department named Division 3 State School of Year
For the eighth time, Campolindo has been ...By Jon Kingdon


Published on August 16th, 2023
Cheerleader camp at Campolindo sets foundation for the future
With so many young women competing in sports, it was only natural for there to be summer sports camps for them to attend.
Still, there are also camps for the "non-traditional" sport of ...
By Jon Kingdon


Published on August 16th, 2023
San Jose Earthquakes II team makes premier appearance at Saint Mary's
Last Saturday, with a wine and beer fest that went from 2 to 5 p.m. and a soccer game between the San Jose Earthquakes II and the Austin Football Club II, Saint Mary's College was the place to be.
By Jon Kingdon



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