What didn’t Fadelli do in his team’s Nov. 28 North Coast Section Div. III semifinal against Analy-Sebastopol? In a back-and-forth, good old fashioned shootout, the Cougars running back was a scoring machine. He rushed for 124 yards and four touchdowns and mixed in an 88-yard kick return for a touchdown.
With a round of 6-over 78 at the CIF Northern California regional tournament on Nov. 10, Perry made the individual qualifying cut for the CIF State Championships. The achievement came on the heels of Perry’s and the Trojans winning the Sierra Foothill League, Sac-Joaquin Section Division I North and SJS Masters team titles. She shot a team-best 81 at the...
With a team-high four goals, Klass closed out her extremely-decorated high school career by leading the Wolves to a 12-6 win over rival Monte Vista-Danville in the North Coast Section Division I championship on Nov. 15.
The junior has sparked a potent Pacers running attack despite starting the season expecting to contribute primarily as a wide receiver. After injury slowed senior Deondré Whittington-Grays, Collins stepped in as a nice complement to...
Silva is the 6-foot, 168-pound do-it-all quarterback for a Lancers team which is not shy on putting up points. And it was never more obvious than Oct. 17 when Tennyson outlasted Castro Valley 85-77 in a record-breaking overtime shootout. In that game, Silva completed 15 of 19 passes for 304 yards and four touchdowns, and ran the ball 18 times for 260 yards and three more scores.
The junior setter has helped the Trojans to a 14-0 start as they set sights on battling for a title in the newly-aligned Sierra Foothill League. Cameron, who split the setting duties with Moira McVicar last year, was charged with being Oak Ridge’s primary setter as a junior and has responded with an excellent start.
She has 386 assists through 14 matches and is averaging 9.4 assists per set. Cameron has plenty of offensive weapons to choose from, including seniors Kimmy Tuttle and Marissa Quilici, and junior Olivia Reid on the Trojans’ powerful front line.
For the past two seasons, McClymonds has been right on the cusp of breaking through to the Division IV CIF State Championship bowl games. Last year, they missed out on the trip to Carson by a mere three points in a 17-14 loss to Central Catholic-Modesto. This year could be different thanks to Davidson, a junior transfer from San Ramon Valley who has been scorching opposing defenses over the Warriors’ 4-0 start.
After a disappointing trip to the CIF State Track and Field Championships at the beginning of June, the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters 800 meters champion was determined to get back to his winning ways.
The senior finished second in the 300 hurdles at the CIF State Track and Field Championships to cap a successful senior season. He set a personal record of 37.09 seconds in the event during the prelims and crossed the finish line in the finals at 37.12. Carter also raced in the 110 hurdles at state and finished 8th.
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