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Five takeaways from Dublin’s open gym

West Coast Preps attended the Dublin boys basketball open gym on Tuesday. Here are some takeaways:  Another special campaign on tap Dublin’s basketball program is one of the best in the Bay Area, particularly over the last decade-plus with multiple North...

Through own adversity, Castro Valley guard aims to serve others

Castro Valley senior guard Lauren Green is dedicated to helping others. Green has dealt with hearing loss, and she said it worsened over COVID. She uses a hearing aid, but sometimes it’s hard to hear with that because of sweat...

Academics, family lead Menlo-Atherton star to Pac-12 commitment

One year ago, Menlo-Atherton senior receiver/defensive back Jeremiah Earby did not have a single offer. He was working on getting his name out there. Showcases. Training. Working hour after hour, but never worried or deterred from the ultimate dream. Then, the...

Riordan stars move to Prolific Prep

A couple of elite Riordan boys basketball players transferred schools for this upcoming season. Senior center Mor Seck and sophomore combo guard Zion Sensley both announced on Twitter that they are moving to Prolific Prep in Napa, which has been...

Takeaways from Simply Basketball’s Battle of NorCal

West Coast Preps attended the Simply Basketball Battle of NorCal on Saturday in Modesto. Here are some takeaways from the festivities. Zion Sensley shows stardom Zion Sensley came off an incredible freshman season where he helped lead Archbishop Riordan to the CCS...

Back from Florida, Duncan ready to bring Miramonte football back to the top

Miramonte junior quarterback Luke Duncan has been through the gauntlet and is well equipped for this stage. For years, Duncan was gearing up for this moment. Competitive. Playing multiple sports in baseball, basketball and football. Just becoming a better and...


Why St. Francis had the makings for history

St. Francis did what many other programs waited to do for 30 years. Since 1991, De La Salle had not lost to a Northern California...