For a second straight week, Xclusive Speed came out on the winning end of the Winner Circle Athletics Champions League. Behind a shutout effort, Xclusive Speed (2-1) registered a 14-0 victory over Redzone Elite, which followed up a thrilling 27-21 win against TTP a week ago. Xclusive Speed’s defense came up strong throughout the course…

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Cal Strength came to play in every regard Saturday. In a do-it-all effort, Cal Strength kept its undefeated record intact behind dominant offensive, defensive and special teams efforts in a 29-0 shutout of Proj3ct Elite in the third week of the Winner Circle Athletics Champions League. Right from the beginning, it was all Cal Strength,…

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Another Mountain House football commitment A few months after lineman Dominic Childress announced his commitment to Cal Poly, where he is now enrolled, another Mountain House class of 2021 football player announced his college destination Wednesday. Senior center and defensive tackle Kyle Haynes is heading to the University of Saint Mary, an NAIA school in…

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Skyline junior offensive guard and defensive tackle Devynn Trahan’s father would look at him now, beaming with a huge smile and sense of pride regarding his son. Trahan’s father always wanted him to play football. He always wanted him to be taken care of. He always wanted him to make smart decisions. But his father…

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Right when South San Francisco head football coach Dion Evans saw sophomore Mariusz Tan, he knew he had the leader of the offense. “Mariusz is a kid I believe is going to be the starting quarterback when I never even saw him throw a ball,” Evans said. “He was just the only kid coming out…

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On May 20, Joseph Bey went through a moment most kids dream of. Still in eighth grade, the current Serra freshman athlete heard from Arizona State. One of his good friends and coaches reached out to ASU for him, starting the initial point of contact between the two schools. ASU loved what it heard, and…

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Thomas Di Vittorio remembers a picture of him and his older brother, citing how far back his days as a Bellarmine supporter go. Di Vittorio, now a junior receiver and defensive back at Bellarmine, looked back at a picture of he and his brother dressed up in helmets and wearing Bellarmine colors. Bellarmine was a…

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