Dublin Sports News
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18 hrs ago | via Contra Costa Times
The Acalanes High girls soccer team with Katharine Torchio, right, entered this week in first place in the Diablo Foothill Athletic League. The Dons had a 12-1 overall record and a 6-1 mark in the DFAL, which included a 5-3 victory over second place Miramonte on Jan. 7. Acalanes played Encinal and Dougherty Valley earlier this week, after this newspaper went to press, and should get another stiff test when its hosts Dublin on Jan. 30. We asked readers to tell us about the craziest thing they have stashed in the handbag. Comment?
Wednesday | via Inside Bay Area
THE STAT LINE: The 5-foot-3 point guard has played a huge role in the Gaels' 16-2 start to the season and is averaging 25.4 points in DFAL play. In one of her best games to date, she scored a season-high 37 points in a 81-65 loss to top-ranked Miramonte. Comment?
Sunday Jan 25 | via The Daily Republic
The Vanden High boys basketball team stayed undefeated in Solano County Athletic Conference play with a 81-60 win over Vallejo High, Thursday. DeMarre Walker nearly had a triple-double, pacing the Vikings with 28 points, nine rebounds and nine assists. Comment?
Friday Jan 23 | via The Campbell Reporter
A proposal to expand the state football playoffs to include all section champions does not have the North Coast Section's support. During its Friday meeting in El Cerrito, the NCS Board of Managers passed a motion instructing the section's 13 delegates to vote no on the proposal at next Friday's State Federated Council meeting. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 20 | via Inside Bay Area
As fate would have it, Dublin High athletic director Jim Bosker just missed seeing the Gaels' epic comeback in a 79-78 win over visiting Las Lomas on Jan. 16. Bosker left the gymnasium when the boys basketball team was trailing by over 10 points. He had to head out to the football stadium to supervise a soccer game. Comment?
Friday Jan 16 | via Inside Bay Area
The Dublin High boys soccer team had a chance to essentially put a bow on a league championship, but instead Campolindo made it a two-horse race after a 3-0 win over the Gaels on Friday night. "We were trying to make a statement that we are still relevant in this league," Campolindo midfielder Seth Kofman said. Comment?
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