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As College of San Mateo head football coach Tim Tulloch watched on TV Saturday the civil unrest in the wake of the killing of George Floyd unfold, he knew he needed to do something.

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Whenever one of her students tells Melissa Schmidt that the social media post they put out was not for public consumption, Schmidt needs only a few flicks of her finger and taps of her thumbs to pull it up.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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While leagues, schools, districts, sections and the state continue to work on contingency plans for the beginning of the 2020-21 high school sports season, coaches and administrators in the San Mateo Union High School District are starting to gear up for … well … I guess “activity” would be …

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Get the right coach, the right talent and have the stars align and just about any high school team is capable of accomplishing greatness.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Sometimes doing it yourself is the best way to success.

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I looked at the clock Sunday afternoon and it was nearly 5 p.m. That’s when I realized I had nearly watched the entire round of “The Match: Champions for Charity” — a televised golf match for charity.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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At 3 a.m. on a late June night, Juliette Love was on deadline at the New York Times.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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There may be no Little League World Series this year, but there is still a chance of playing Little League baseball this summer.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Melissa Schmidt, Sequoia High School athletic director and a member of the Central Coast Section’s Board of Managers, was at a board meeting last week when it dawned on her there has not been much discussion about the steps necessary to reopen high school sports.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Looks like there might be some light at the end of tunnel if you’re a sports fan. This past weekend saw the return of some pro sports — German soccer, NASCAR, golf. Last week, it was announced NBA and NFL players can start returning to team facilities in a limited fashion and Monday, Califor…

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As more and more Bay Area counties slowly open up their cities and towns from the grips of the coronavirus pandemic, more and more we’re learning it’s not so simple to do.

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Jesse Freitas, a former head football coach at Serra High School, died at his San Diego home in the early morning hours of Monday, May 18, at the age of 99. His son, James, said the cause was cancer.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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If you are a rabid sports fan, one who enjoys all levels of competition — professional, college, high school and youth levels — the last few weeks and days have been a bit of a roller-coaster ride.

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Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Tuesday that Major League Baseball should quit haggling over their salary and get back to playing because that’s what this country needs — baseball.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Editor's note: This story has been updated to indicate Aurora University is in Illinois.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories from over the years.

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With the sports world slowly and cautiously coming out of its pandemic hibernation, I think we’re finding out that certain standards and protocol are being implemented.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories from over the years.

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While professional sports leagues and organizations start to slowly come back on line and discuss the measures that will be taken to first keep the athletes and eventually fans in the stands healthy, there is still no answers for youth sports, in general, and high school sports, specifically.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories from over the years.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories from over the years.

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories from over the years.

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In a TV news story last week about the cancellation of the high school spring sports season, a senior athlete was quoted as saying, “I worked harder this year than ever before.” Or words to that effect. Which got me to thinking: either, one, you didn’t work hard in previous years, or two, it…

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories from over the years.