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3 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter
College of San Mateo will host the U.S. Paralympics track and field championships in June, the U.S. Olympic Committee announced Tuesday, bringing the competition to California for the first time.
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10 hrs ago | Easy Reader News
Mira Costa's baseball team will use pink bats during its Bay League game against Leuzinger.
11 hrs ago | Victorville Daily Press
Garcia replaces Tyrone Brown, who resigned in March. It's an interim position through the end of the school year when the position will be open again and Garcia can re-apply.
15 hrs ago | San Mateo Daily Journal
Last week, Aragon swept a two-game series from El Camino to extend its current winning streak to three games.
20 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald
American Canyon tennis coach Jeanne Guanzon makes a point to call her kids "Team Ohana" or team family, but they almost started the season down one member.
Long Beach Poly 4x100 teammates. From left to right, Ariana Washington, Maya Perkins, Jade Lewis and Autumn Wright.
There are thousands of lakes and rivers in the U.S. that produce catfish in extraordinary numbers and sizes.
Bryce Quigley took a risk by playing through an injury in one last bowl game to end his collegiate career at San Diego State.
Cal has their first commitment of the 2015 recruiting class! Napa wide receiver Austin Aaron will keep the family tradition going, officially verballing to the Golden Bears.
Cal's Michael Lowe, and teammates as the game nears the end, as the California Bears lose to the University of Nevada 31-24 at the newly renovated Memorial Stadium on Saturday September 1, 2012, in Berkeley, Calif.
What happens on a high school football field on a Friday night is there for all to see.
The point guard on a Wolverines team that went 18-11 last season, Graves was first-team All-Palomar League.
Corona del Mar High sophomore tailback Anthony Battista rushed 153 times for 1,052 yards and 10 touchdowns last season as a backup.
Quinton Bell, a multi-sport standout at Costa Mesa High, will play football and compete in track and field at Texas Southern University in Houston, the Mustangs announced on Friday.
Dos Palos High senior Alli O'Banion signs her national letter of intent on Wednesday to play volleyball on a partial scholarship with Southern Arkansas University, an NCAA Division 2 institution.