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Weather creates soggy start to boys golfAccolades keep coming for the Campolindo boys basketball team
To the victors belong the spoils.
The town of Moraga and Mayor Roger Wykle declared April 10 as "2018-2019 Campolindo Boys Varsity Basketball Team Day" (see story on Page A11). Head ...
By Jon Kingdon



Weather creates soggy start to boys golf
Once again the weather has proven to be a distraction to a set of teams in Lamorinda. In this case, it's the golfers who have had to adjust to the wet playing conditions, with rain forcing the schools to reschedule some matches and the players having to accept that ...By Jon Kingdon



Lamorinda boys volleyball roundup
Since Mason Mulvaney took over as the head coach at Acalanes in 2016 and took a 2-16 team in 2015 to a 13-13 record, the Dons have improved on their won-lost record each season and currently are 18-4 this season. How did he turn the program around so quickly? It's ...By Jon Kingdon



The secrets to success of Lamorinda water polo
On Saturday, April 6, the No. 1 ranked USC women's water polo team came to Berkeley and defeated the No. 5 ranked California Golden Bears by a score of 8-3. Each team had three Lamorinda players on their roster: USC - Grace Tehaney (Miramonte), Kari Jensen (C ...By Jon Kingdon



MOJAM 2019 skateboarding competition brings skating community together
The second annual MOJAM skateboarding competition, held at Moraga Skate Park on March 16, featured approximately 45 contestants across three age groups: 12U, 13-16, and 17 and over. MOJAM 2019 was organized by Jon Soto, Zach Francis and Karl Watson, who is the owner of ...Submitted by Gina McKenzie



5th grade 'All Lafayette' team wins third consecutive NL Championship
The Fifth Grade "All Lafayette" team won it's third consecutive championship for the competitive Next Level program at De La Salle. The team has played together since the first grade and gone undefeated over the last three seasons prompting the league to ask them to ...Submitted by Charlie Vezzali



Lamorinda Lions 2nd grade girls win indoor championship
Lamorinda Lions beat Richmond Academy 4-1 in the championship game on Sunday, March 17 in Lafayette to claim the Lamorinda Youth Association Indoor Soccer championship for second-grade girls. This team went undefeated this season and has now won four straight league ...Submitted by Taylor Mirner



Karate Kid selected to represent USA Karate Team
Karate & Fitness USA student Haze Mach won a coveted spot on the 2019 AAU/USA National. Haze, one athlete among 49 others, will compete in June at the WUKO World Karate Championship in Bratislava, Slovakia. Karate is now an Olympic Sport and will be in the 2020 ...Submitted by Thomas Westernoff



Jenna Chan of Moraga advances to Elks Hoop Shoot National Finals
Jenna Chan of Moraga is one of 72 of the nation's best free throw shooters ages 8 to 13. Jenna's hard work and dedication have taken her from Moraga to the Elks Hoop Shoot National Finals in Chicago. Last fall, Jenna entered in the 2019 Elks National Hoop Shoot ...Submitted by Robert Chan



CYO basketball champions
Follow their win of the Diablo West CYO basketball tournament National League Championship on Feb. 24, the St. Monica's sixth grade boys National Team forged onward to capture the title in the Tournament of Champions, defeating St. John's 37-25. ...Submitted by Ann Murphy



5th Grade CYO St. Perpetua's American Diocese champions
...Submitted by Debbie O'Brien Krackeler



NextLevel 5-6th grade champions
The Lamorinda Maroons won the Next Level Flag Football Championship at Campolindo High School. Coached by parent Rich Narido and student John Cirelli under the guise of Campolindo coach Kevin Macy.
Submitted by Tim Jones



2018-2019 Girls DAL All League, Winter Sports
DAL All-League - Foothill Division
Girls Basketball - 2018-19





Lamorinda girls lacrosse teams show strength this season
With a combined 12-2 record in the Diablo Athletic League, Miramonte (4-0), Acalanes (5-0) and Campolindo (3-3) are all in position to qualify for the post season tournament, if they don't knock each other off. Two of Campolindo's losses have come at the hands of ...By Jon Kingdon



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