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D.J. Sharabi capped his high school career at Burlingame by getting the start on the mound and earning the 7-4 win in the 2010 Central Coast Section Division II championship over a Palo Alto squad that came into the game riding a 24-game winning streak.

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DANVILLE — A loud and enthusiastic pro-Danville crowd, a strike zone that made no one happy and the pressure of being the top seed all worked against San Mateo American in the winner-take-all championship finale against Danville in the Section 3 tournament.

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Media folks are a fickle bunch. They can have one opinion one day and then completely flip the next. I’m just as guilty of it as anyone, but it doesn’t make much sense to cling to your opinion, especially when it’s just wrong, in light of new information.

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In the spirit of the Olympics, which atonight? Wednesday morning? The time change to countries in Asia always takes a few days for me to figure out), I thought I’d give you an update on a couple of athletes who are competing on the national and international level – just not at the Olympic l…

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Four former Stanford and Cal soccer players will help the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games get an early start on Wednesday. The USA Women’s Soccer team plays Sweden in a 5:30 p.m. (Japan Time) Group G match.

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The San Mateo American Majors All-Stars may get the last laugh after all as it waits to play either Danville of Castro Valley in the Section 3 tournament final Tuesday.

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Much like everything else in the Bay Area, the amount of money Bob Hammer has raised to fight cancer through his Have A Ball golf tournament has grown exponentially. In 2011, seven years after the initial event, the tournament reached the $1 million-mark in funds raised for cancer organizations.

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Two weeks seems like a long time, but my vacation seemed to zoom by and now I'm back at it. While I took a break from the day-to-day grind of the sports world, it was still spinning relentlessly around me, giving me plenty of fodder for my first column back (somewhat) refreshed.

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From the moment Alpine pitcher Brandon Sweeney rubbed up the baseball prior to the start of the District 52 Little League All-Stars 9-10s Tournament championship game, it was clear the right-hander was going to be a force to be reckoned with.

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They threw a no-hitter. They won a District 52 banner. Yet you wouldn’t know it from the everyday reaction to the final out of the San Carlos All-Stars championship run in the District 52 Juniors Tournament.

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There was a buzz of excitement at Palo Alto High School Friday as dozens of football players from 16 Central Coast Section schools converged on the stadium football field — and nearby baseball diamond — for the first 7-on-7 passing tournament of the summer.

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With the Central Coast Section track and field, and baseball championships concluded this past Saturday, the 2020-21 high school athletic season has officially come to an end.

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Those who follow boxing know that the sport is as much mental as it is physical. It takes a special type of person to simply work up the nerve to climb into the ring and accept the fact you will get punched in the face, but there is a more esoteric mental aspect of the game.