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Tim Berthier has had quite the tennis career at Menlo-Atherton. A four-year varsity player, Berthier steadily made his way up the Bears’ ladder, having spent the last two seasons as the team’s No. 1 singles player.

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They say it’s not how you start but how you finish. So when Burlingame’s No. 1 golfer Wyatt McGovern suddenly started struggling toward the end of the regular season, he didn’t panic. When he shot a 10-over 82 on the first day of the Peninsula Athletic League tournament, he stayed calm.

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Outscoring teams 45-8 through six wins to claim the championship at the TCS Brashear Summer Invitational in Southern California over the weekend, the West Bay Warriors 16U Gold continued to prove they can swing it.

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When Sophie Jones was congratulated by Izzy D’Aquilla at practice late Thursday morning, she learned then that she was selected as Gatorade California Girls Soccer Player of the Year.

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Before his hometown San Francisco Giants made him their 33rd round pick in last week’s MLB draft, Nolan Dempsey had etched quite a baseball resume.

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The rigors of the catching position had Ramon Enriquez somewhat skeptical heading into his first season at Oklahoma Baptist University.

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While Game 6 of the NBA Finals looms tonight in what will be the final Golden State Warriors game in Oracle Arena, the focus of the basketball world continues to be squarely on Kevin Durant’s Achilles that ruptured early in the second quarter of Game 5 and who bears the responsibility for th…

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This year marks the 20th anniversary of the United States Women’s National Soccer Team all but putting the sport of women’s soccer on the map.

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As soccer fans turn their attention to France and the Women’s World Cup for the next month, there are thousands of other players toiling away in anonymity. Players who are still chasing the dream of playing the sport at the highest levels — or at the very least, the next level.

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From exhaustion to elation to realizing a lifetime dream, it has been quite a rollercoaster week for Stanford junior Andrew Daschbach.

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The hometown ties for the San Francisco Giants in the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft run much deeper than the first-round selection of Serra graduate Hunter Bishop out of Arizona State.

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If you’re looking for the dragon boat races Sunday in Foster City, just follow the drum beat.

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It was in Iowa — which served as the setting for the classic baseball film “Field of Dreams” — where Nick Garcia’s and Brad Shimabuku’s baseball dreams came true.

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Hunter Bishop wasn’t the only Serra graduate to flash 20-home run power in he NCAA Division I baseball ranks this season.

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The depth of PenCities Baseball may have prevented Tommy Ozawa from having a truly special night.

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STANFORD — Christian Robinson didn’t mind that his teammate was walked intentionally ahead of him to load the bases. He saw it as an opportunity.

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The volleyballers are Rage-ing at Notre Dame-Belmont High School. That’s just the way NDB head coach Jennifer Agresti likes it.

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Aragon High School hosted its Central Coast Section championship teams for a pizza party in the gym Wednesday afternoon.

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Aragon girls’ athletics may be the queens of the Central Coast Section, winning three section titles this season, but Menlo-Atherton continues to be the cream of the Peninsula Athletic League.

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PenCities White Sox manager Lenny Souza figured his team accomplished most everything it could playing at the under-19 level as a member of the Palomino Division under the PONY baseball umbrella.

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Marek Palladino and Juliano Rodriguez, Serra baseball. The Padres advanced to the CCS Open Division semifinals, with Palladino pacing the team at the plate. The senior was 4 for 6 through the two CCS playoff games. Rodriguez was a big reason why Serra advanced in the tournament as he earned …

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SAN JOSE — No school in Peninsula Athletic League history had ever captured Central Coast Section championships in each girls’ basketball, volleyball and softball in the same season.

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San Joaquin Delta sophomore Vinny Bologna nearly pumped one out in the 11th inning but the Mustangs were ultimately eliminated at the California Community College state baseball tournament with a 7-6 loss in 16 innings to Sacramento City in a game that lasted 5 hours and 22 minutes.

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The Central Coast Section Division I softball semifinal between No. 2 San Mateo and No. 3 Aragon was about what you would expect from two good teams that know each other very well.

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SAN JOSE — A long, tough road came to an end with a hard, tough loss for the Serra baseball team.

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LOS GATOS — Mitty has been the bane of Peninsula Athletic League softball over the years, as the Monarchs have consistently handled the best the Bay Division has to offer in the Central Coast Section playoffs.

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With one of the toughest divisions in all of the Central Coast Section, it comes as no surprise there are four PAL Bay Division teams in the final four of the three CCS brackets.

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Two PAL Bay Division baseball teams, along with WCAL stalwart Serra, remain alive in the Central Coast Section playoffs and all will be playing for spots in the division finals this weekend, weather permitting.

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Mike Garcia, a standout baseball and basketball player at Woodside High School and Cañada College before becoming the Colts manager and later athletic director, announced Tuesday he will be retiring from the school Friday.

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The 2018-19 high school sports season will likely be remembered as the “Year of Mother Nature.” We opened the high school playoffs last November under plumes of choking smoke and we’re concluding the sports year with abnormal rain storms.

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Through two games in the Central Coast Section Division II bracket, Hillsdale pitcher Kealani Cardona has allowed just three hits.

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After losing only two games during the regular season and putting together a 36-game winning streak, the College of San Mateo softball team saw its season come to an end with back-to-back losses in the state tournament.

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Krissy Smoot, Notre Dame-Belmont girls’ track and field. The senior topped the CCS podium for the first time in her varsity career, winning gold in the girls’ discus with a throw of 142 feet, 4 inches.

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Not even Mother Nature could do anything to stop College of San Mateo’s “Sophie” spectacular.

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Ashley Trierweiler added to Carlmont’s all-time career hits record with a 3-for-4 day and extended her historic high school career in the process.

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After advancing through the winners’ bracket in the first two rounds of the California Community College softball championship tournament, College of San Mateo suffered its first loss in the double-elimination tourney Sunday 3-1 to Mt. San Antonio at Bakersfield College.

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No. 5-seed Carlmont (17-11) held two leads but couldn’t hold off No. 4 Leland (19-7-2) as the Scots were eliminated in a 5-4 loss at West Valley College. After plating three runs in the top of the first, Carlmont again jumped on top 4-3 in the fifth on Jack Vanoncini’s RBI single. In the bot…