No matter the system the Central Coast Section uses to determine playoff teams — whether based on school size or power points — it’s bound to upset a segment of fans.

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Undoubtedly, eyebrows were raised when the 7-12-1 Burlingame softball team qualified for the Division V bracket with the worst record of the 48 teams that qualified.

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sad memories coach brian dickson who started aaaamr each engine also started fire soccer that won in southern california brian passed away what a legacy heleft from AMR in each engine to Olympics he did it all. hhe was chiuef ebbetts pass and started AMR there also. what a legacy.


Coach john saucedo an awesome soccer softball player himself many softballFfiremens oOympics we all attended in those days. john was awesome when we won Olympics held in northern calif then southern california the next year john helped us win coundn't ask for a better athlete coach.


kudos to burlingame panthers coach john saucedo retired hillsborough fire and awesome soccer softball coach he shared the ccs news with us retirees ...great coach and team congratulations!

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