Granada baseball’s head coach, Corrigan Willis, attributed much of the program’s success to the great support of the Livermore community. He stated that Livermore has always had a strong baseball culture and lots of talented players. Willis also gives a lot of credit to his assistant coaches – Tom Graham, Tim Rankin and Jason Sekany…

Read More

Through the pandemic, many high school players were not able to play in real game action. That was not the case for the girls that play for the Cal Stars AAU team.  Head coach Kelly Sopak is very confident in the players he selected this season. He says that the pandemic allowed the coaching staff…

Read More

Foothill baseball’s head coach Angelo Scavone seems like he could go on and on about the players in his program receiving collegiate baseball offers. According to Scavone, there are five different players on the team who have received offers. Headlining this list is 6’ 5” right-handed pitcher Matt Ager. Ager has committed to play at…

Read More

Getting a season in this year was very important to the Campolindo football program because of the immense amount of seniors on its roster. According to head coach Kevin Macy, ots whole offensive line is made up of returning seniors.  Macy also said that this is the biggest offensive line that the team has had…

Read More

Many of the Valley Christian girls basketball players have been playing on different AAU and club teams to stay on top of their games throughout the pandemic. This kind of in-game action will be very valuable when the high school season starts, as many teams have not been able to be this active. Last season,…

Read More

Last season, the Acalanes High School boys basketball team went 16-11. That team also only consisted of four seniors, so they are getting some good guys back this season. Headlining that list is senior shooting guard Scott Ruegg. Last season, Ruegg led the team in scoring with 16.3 points per game. He also added three…

Read More

The Tamalpais High School varsity football team went 5-2 in its league last season. Head coach Matthew LemMon attributes a lot of its success to how well the defense played. “We had a fantastic defense last year that was made up of mostly sophomores and juniors,” LemMon said. “So, I get all of those guys…

Read More

Last season, Marin Catholic’s boys basketball team went 23-9 overall and 15-1 in league play. That team only had three seniors on it, so this year the Wildcats are getting a lot of their firepower back. Head coach Mike Saia believes everyone on his team will perform above expectations, but a couple players in particular…

Read More

Ed Washington, the head coach of Castlemont’s football team, has always made his community in Oakland a priority. He wants the youth of Oakland to have mentors and resources that will help them make good life choices and realize their potential. He believes that football is the way to do this. There has been a…

Read More