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It’s not often a loss can give a team confidence. But that is what Hillsdale head football coach Mike Parodi believed happened following last week’s 27-13 loss to Half Moon Bay.

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The College of San Mateo heads into the National-Bay 6 Conference opener at 5 p.m. Saturday in Santa Rosa with a perfect 5-0 record and the No. 1 ranking in the state.

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The Peninsula Athletic League has hashed out its girls’ golf postseason qualifiers, with Menlo-Atherton and Carlmont advancing to the Central Coast Section team playoffs Oct. 29 at the Laguna Seca Golf Ranch in Monterey.

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For all the talent Menlo-Atherton has fielded on the gridiron in recent years, there is one thing the team does better than anything else — compete.

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In 2018, the only loss in Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division play for either Menlo-Atherton or Sacred Heart Prep came when the two crosstown rivals went head to head.

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Woodside boys’ water polo head coach Bruno Antonino may have been more amped up than his team as the Wildcats took on Menlo-Atherton Thursday.

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Heavy is the presumptive crown the Aragon boys’ water polo team hopes to be wearing in a couple weeks as the Dons close in on the Peninsula Athletic League’s Ocean Division title.

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Wednesday, the Associated Press reported that professional golfer Lee Ann Walker self-reported an infraction pointed out to her by her playing her partner’s caddie that cost her a total of 58 penalty strokes over the course of two rounds at the Senior LPGA Championship.

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There is one certainty in the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division girls’ tennis standings: Menlo-Atherton will win the division title and grab the league’s No. 1 berth into the Central Coast Section playoffs.

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Hats off to the Woodside football team for shaking off a horrible start to the season and notching its first win of the season, 36-16 over El Camino Friday night. It had been a year since the last Wildcats’ victory, Oct. 5 2018, as they snapped a 10-game losing streak that started Week 5 of …

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Emmy Sharp, Burlingame volleyball. The Lady Panthers scored their biggest win of the season, taking down first-place Menlo-Atherton last Tuesday in a 25-23, 25-22, 25-13 sweep. Sharp was true to her name, showing up with a clutch double-double, her fourth of the year. The senior outside hitt…

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There has been one full cycle of Peninsula high school tennis players who have known nothing but the Menlo-Atherton girls’ tennis team sitting atop the Peninsula Athletic League’s Bay Division standings.

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Whether it’s raising money for cancer with a lemonade stand or Greta Thunberg advocating for climate change, there is no need for anyone — young or old — to be silent on things in which they believe. With the couple clicks of a computer mouse, anyone can join the fight for change.

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When program founder Randy Wright resigned as the College of San Mateo women’s water polo team following the 2017 season, it put the Bulldogs back to square one.

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It’s essentially a make-or-break week for the Sequoia girls’ water polo team as the second-place Ravens face first-place Burlingame and third-place Terra Nova in the space of two days.

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The 2019 season ended with a thud for the San Jose Earthquakes, which failed to make the Major League Soccer playoffs for the seventh time in the last nine years.

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Abby Miller, Notre Dame-Belmont volleyball. The Tigers scored a critical win against Sacred Heart Prep in a battle for outright possession of first place in the West Bay Athletic League Foothill Division. Both teams entered play unbeaten in league, but the Tigers — who haven’t dropped a set …

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Always a fan of giving shout-outs to his coaching staff, College of San Mateo head coach Tim Tulloch quickly lauded special teams coach Matt Dovenberg following Saturday’s 35-12 victory over Modesto Junior College.

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While Stanford football was hosting the Washington Huskies on the Farm, the Sequoia Ravens coincidentally were busy balancing the map by traveling to Washington state to take on North Central-Spokane.

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Can we just promote the Half Moon Bay Cougars to the Bay Division right now?

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Sacred Heart Prep head football coach Mark Grieb said he won’t let the Gators’ Week 2, 40-0 loss to Half Moon Bay define his team or its season.