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Siwinski’s Gem Eliminates Padres
St. Ignatius’ senior southpaw pitched a gem to eliminate his rivals. This one was personal. Not only did the St. Ignatius Wildcats secure a trip to the CIF Northern California Playoffs for a second consecutive year, they also ended rival Serra’s season with a 2-0 win in Saturday’s CCS... Read more
Sequoia and Carlmont to Meet for Third Time in Playoffs

With Capuchino’s loss to Burlingame later that night on May 10, the Ravens secured one of the PAL Bay’s five automatic CCS playoff berths. Carlmont (14-13, 5-9 PAL Bay) was later selected as an at-large.

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Hungry For More | Whitney Softball Opens 2024 With High Hopes
After Graduating Just Four Seniors From A Section Championship Team And CIF NorCal Semifinalist, Whitney Softball Is Cooking Up Some Lofty Goals PICTURED ABOVE: Whitney senior pitcher Hannah Duncan smiles during a Feb. 19 workout. (David Gershon photo) It’s a late President’s Day afternoon and Fresno State-bound senior pitcher... Read more
Familiar Foes, Unfamiliar Territory | Granada Girls Basketball Rises Up
By Avenging Previous Losses In Back-To-Back Playoff Wins, Granada Girls Basketball Is One Win Away From Its First NCS Title In 37 Years • PICTURED ABOVE: Senior Alexa Pletschette, Right, Shares A Moment With Teammate Cassidy Bartolotto During Their Quarterfinal Win At California-San Ramon. (Chace Bryson photos) On the... Read more
Roseville Softball | Talented Tigers Wondering If It’s 5-And-Over
After An Impressive Start To 2020, The Roseville Softball Team Copes With A Season Stuck In Limbo • One day after beating cross-town Woodcreek High, 9-2, to improve to 5-0 in the early stages of the 2020 season, the Roseville softball team got word that it likely just played... Read more
CHRIS SANTIAGO DLS Baseball’s Sr Earns SportStar of the Week
CHRIS SANTIAGO, De La Salle-Concord – Baseball – Senior Takes Top Honor at SportStars Chris Santiago, Saint Mary’s College-bound infielder closed out a stellar Spartans career in style. In his final high school at bat, Santiago belted a two-run homer in the sixth inning of the Spartans’ 10-1 defeat of... Read more
State of Baseball Playoffs
CIF Could Be On the Cusp of State Championship Event For Baseball • The last official CIF state baseball championship was in 1922 in Los Angeles as Sacramento High blanked Franklin-Los Angeles 3-0. San Diego High won the year before over host Chico and also won titles in 1918... Read more
Cooper Hjerpe, Woodland Baseball SportStar of the Week
The Oregon State-bound lefty could do no wrong. Our 2018 FIRST TEAM ALL-NORCAL BASEBALL pick, Cooper Hjerpe, the Sr. Woodland High School Baseball player earns our SportStar of the Week title. During Woodland’s 14-0 win over Mira Loma on March 26, he went 3-for-4 at the plate with a... Read more
De La Salle High School Baseball: League Of Their Own
Sorting Out NorCal Best Baseball League De La Salle high school baseball team charges the mound to celebrate its 2016 North Coast Section Div. I title. The East Bay Athletic League has won five of the seven Div. I title since 2010. The EBAL also claimed the 2016 Div... Read more
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The Worst Baseball Idea Ever: The Pacifics and Vallejo Admirals to Play a Timed Game for the First Time in Baseball History The San Rafael Pacifics and Vallejo Admirals have agreed to make history by playing an official game on the clock. For the first time ever in professional baseball, a... Read more
De Anza Welcomes A New Don
Baseball is one of the great equalizing sports. Especially at the high school level. A team may be better than its opponent over the course of a season, but one strong outing from a good pitcher “” or an abnormally bad outing by one “” can tilt the scale on... Read more