Dublin Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Dublin, CA

  • Friday | via Inside Bay Area 

    Las Lomas 21, Dublin 17

    While the Las Lomas Knights were celebrating a dramatic homecoming victory, Dublin coach John Wade was figuring how to keep his players' collective chin up after their third straight heartbreaking loss. The Knights turned back the upset-minded Gaels on Zack Fulks' 1-yard touchdown with 9 seconds left, lifting Las Lomas to a 21-17 victory.


  • Thursday | via Vallejo Times-Herald 

    Prep Football: Oct. 24, 2014

    The matchup: American Canyon comes into this game having won its last three games, including an impressive 44-12 victory over Vanden last week. It gets a little easier for the Wolves this week as they take on a Fairfield team that they've had a lot of success against as American Canyon has won its only two meetings by a combined score of 101-32.


  • Tuesday Oct 21 | via Contra Costa Times 

    Pleasant Hill/MTZ football roundup: College Park ear...

    The College Park High football team goes into its upcoming game with Northgate with momentum after scoring nine touchdowns against Ygnacio Valley last week to earn its first win of the season. David Jones rushed for 282 yards and eight touchdowns in the 66-42 win over Ygnacio Valley on Oct. 17. He scored on all five of College Park's first-half possessions.


  • Friday Oct 17 | via Contra Costa Times 

    Alhambra 29, Dublin 26

    James Gonsalves, who rushed for 185 yards and two touchdowns, clinched the Bulldogs' dramatic victory over the host Gaels on a 75-yard run with 2 minutes and 26 seconds remaining. In the back-and-forth game, Dublin quarterback Josh Nobida completed a 40-yard pass to Jabari Jefferson to put the Gaels in front 26-22 about a minute before Gonsalves' game-winning run.


  • Friday Oct 17 | via RecordNET 

    High School Football: Edison, Chavez meet in pivotal...

    The Chavez High football senior leads the Sac-Joaquin Section with 1,128 rushing yards, is averaging more than 10 yards per carry and has a proclivity for the big play. Yet his humble demeanor has had him thriving, quietly, out of the limelight for the Titans.


  • Friday Oct 17 | via Marin Independent Journal 

    High school football regional roundup

    Liberty 24, Antioch 18: Lions wide receiver Willie Williams' two 30-yard touchdown catches were just enough hold off the host Panthers at Los Medanos College for a Bay Valley Athletic League victory. Antioch struggled offensively in the first half, and managed just one first down.


  • Thursday Oct 16 | via Vallejo Times-Herald 

    Prep football: October 17, 2014

    The matchup: This could be one of the games that helps decide the SCAC title. Last season, American Canyon won a 44-36 thriller with the Vikings scoring 16 in the fourth quarter in a bid for a comeback.


  • Wednesday Oct 15 | via Contra Costa Times 

    Around The Horn: Bishop O'Dowd beats San Lorenzo

    The Bishop O'Dowd girls volleyball team allowed only 36 points total in defeating San Lorenzo 25-17, 25-5, 25-14 on Oct. 9. With the victory, the Dragons remained undefeated in the West Alameda County Conference with a 6-0 record . Navah Evans produced 10 kills, three aces and four digs for the Dragons, and teammates Brianna Karsseboom and Emily Mattoon added seven and six kills respectively.


  • Tuesday Oct 14 | via Contra Costa Times 

    Pleasant Hill/Martinez football roundup: Alhambra, C...

    Alhambra High's football team heads to Dublin this week, aiming to pick up its second Diablo Foothill Athletic League win and snap a two-game losing streak. Running back Nick Fadelli scored five touchdowns in the first half, including three in a dominant second quarter, as the Cougars spoiled homecoming for the host Bulldogs.


  • Saturday Oct 11 | via Inside Bay Area 

    St. Mary's 48, Valley Christian-Dublin 9

    The host Panthers celebrated one of their best seniors classes Saturday, posting a 48-9 victory over the visiting Vikings in the Panthers' final regular-season home game of the season. Thanks to two touchdowns apiece from running backs Tamarack Pierce and Stevie Harvey and two passing touchdowns from Ryan Jenkins, St. Mary's prevailed on senior day.


Dublin High Schools

Dublin High (8151 Village Parkway)
Valley High (Continuation) (6901 York Drive)