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After experiencing a lot of frustration throughout the season, running back Lucas Meredith finally had the break-out game he was seeking — a 4-carry, 151-yard, one-touchdown performance in a blowout win.

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Tony Lucca, the Cañada College baseball manager who was under investigation for claims of racism, homophobia, bullying and intimidation, was told by the college he can return to the Colts’ dugout as the team’s manager.

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Like Michael Jordan once said — I’m back. No, the virus did not wipe me out as sports editor like it has high school sports. I was simply on the production desk for a week, covering for our copy editor.

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Wednesday marked the first day that high school student-athletes could, officially, declare which college or university they are planning on attending and playing by signing their national letter of intent, which formally binds the athlete to the school.

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As the season’s first snows begin to blanket the mountains and the snowy parts of the country begin to settle in for their annual winter naps, a slight nip in the air and blue skies greeted several dozen U.S. military veterans, who in addition to their service to their country, also have the…

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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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After months of temperatures in the 80s, autumn, with a hint of winter, is expected to make its season debut this weekend, with forecasts in the 50s and 60s around the Bay Area and expected snow in the Sierras.

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Editor's note: The San Jose Earthquakes qualified for the MLS playoffs with its 3-2 win over LAFC, making the season finale against Seattle not having an impact on San Jose's playoff chances.

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Just how confusing are the messages from different part of the state regarding the return of high school sports? On Friday, the Los Angeles Times reported that, Austin Beutner, Los Angeles Unified School District superintendent, said the return of sports won’t happen in his district on Dec. …

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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 San Mateo County entered the orange tier of the state’s coronavirus color-coded system earlier this week, there is still a wide discrepancy between the different high school districts within the county and how they plan to ramp up athletic activity at county schools.

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Game 6 of World Series Tuesday night was a quick study on how data analytics has impacted the game of baseball. The results suggest there needs to be balance between the old- and new-school approaches to the game.

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Eight weeks from yesterday, the beginning of the 2020-21 high school sports season is, tentatively, allowed to begin with cross county, water polo and girls’ volleyball (in addition to gymnastics and field hockey) playing their first official games.

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There will be one significant change coming for what many hope is the upcoming Central Coast Section football playoffs for the 2021 season — no at-large bids.

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Remember when people said they would just be happy if sports returns? That just seeing their favorite player or team back on the field or court would be satisfying enough in this pandemic-plagued year?

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When Justin Ferdinand took over as the athletic director at Serra High School prior to the start of the 2018-19 academic year, he said the school’s goal was to find someone to run the aquatics department — which encompasses water polo, swimming and the summer program.