The outfielder/pitcher, Dylan Carlson, has been big for the Thundering Herd in taking sole possession of first place in the highly-competitive Delta League. In a 14-1 victory over rival Davis, Carlson went 2-for-3 with a double, a run scored and 4 RBI. He also pitched a five-inning complete game in which he allowed just one hit and an unearned run.
Danielle Williams was the best pitcher in the East Bay as a freshman in 2015. So far in 2016, she’s making the case to be the best pitcher in the entire Bay Area. In a one week stretch from March 28-April 1, Williams pitched 18 no-hit, shutout innings with 42 strikeouts. She tossed four innings of a combined no-hitter in a 12-0 win over Monte Vista-Danville on March 29 before throwing back-to-back no-hitters against California-San Ramon on March 31 and Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland on April 1.
Despite a 31-27 loss to Marin Catholic-Kentfield in the North Coast Section Division IV semifinals, it was a historic season for both Ison and the Moreau Catholic football team.
The Troubadors’ goalkeeper held six-time defending champion Davis in check to help St. Francis win the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship. Minor shut the Blue Devils out in the fourth quarter as junior Sally Ferguson scored twice in the final period to give the Troubadors a come-from-behind 6-5 victory.
The Lancers’ senior captured her second consecutive Sac-Joaquin Section Masters individual title by shooting a 1-under par 71 at The Reserve at Spanos Park on Monday. She edged Christian Brothers’ Beah Cruz (73) for the title one year after sharing the section championship with two other golfers. Riley qualifies for the CIF Northern California Regional Championships, which will be held at The Club at Crazy Horse Ranch in Salinas on Nov. 9. As a junior, she followed up her SJS Masters title with third-place finishes at the NorCal (71) and CIF State Golf Championships (73). If she finishes among the top individual golfers at the NorCal event, she will qualify to play at...
When it comes to Najee Harris, we feel like we could make him our SportStars of the Week every issue — at least during football season
The running back position was one of the biggest question marks for the defending CIF Division III State Bowl champions in 2015, but Moore has slowly emerged over the course of the season and then broke out in a big way on Oct. 9. The 5-foot-11, 160-pound junior needed just 10 carries to rumble for 212 yards and two touchdowns in a 47-20 win against visiting Alhambra-Martinez.
The senior quarterback is putting up huge numbers in leading the Scots to a 3-1 start. Tenette has passed for 583 yards and six touchdowns in four games, but his running game has been nearly unstoppable — and record-breaking in one instance.
The Harvard-bound Usinger closed out her standout career at Acalanes as a record-setting double-winner at the North Coast Section Championships. She set an NCS-record in the 100-yard butterfly when she won her qualifying heat with a time of 52.43 seconds.
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