Head coach Mazi Moayed says his Wildcats will not get overconfident, but Marin Catholic’s championship-level exuberance is understandable after defeating powerhouse Campolindo to open the 2017 season.
The 2017 football season kicks off with enthralling storylines and challenging questions to be explored around the Marin County Athletic League.
Watching the bocce players on the courts during the third annual Dolly Nave Memorial Tournament at Albert Park on Saturday, it should be said success is all in the wrist.
Young players are still getting used to their new positions on the varsity football squad at San Marin High School and other schools across Marin County, but there is not much time to spare before the Mustangs’ 2017 season-opener.
Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff is getting used to the new faces around camp, including new head coach Sean McVay and recently-acquired wide receiver Sammy Watkins.
Despite enduring multiple season-ending injuries throughout his career, right-fielder Miles Williams is healthy and thriving in his new home with the Pacfiics. Starting in all but two games this season, the 25-year-old has overcome debilitating foot and wrist injuries and recorded 52 hits, s…
Since 2012, the San Rafael Pacifics Baseball Club has provided the Marin community with exciting baseball, a fun experience at their games and history-making special events.
The former Hamilton Air Force Base in Novato is long gone, but the beautiful airport site along the bay has become a tranquil multi-use trail. It’s a project of the Army Corps of Engineers and is known as the Hamilton Restoration Bay Trail, a small part of the planned 500-mile San Francisco Bay Trail network. Some sections of this network are more improved than others. More trails are needed to complete the entire loop of the Bay.
The trophy. The celebration. The cheers. By his reaction in the winner’s circle, it would be impossible to tell that all this is becoming old hat for Antron Brown… That’s because it never gets old.
For a guy who is not yet expected to join the ranks of professional cyclists, Zachary Gottesman is putting a lot of miles under his wheels.
After a month of baseball, a District 3 championship, and 12 wins in 14 games, the rollicking run of the Mill Valley Little League 11-year-old All Stars came to an end on July 18.
On Sunday, July 16, after a three-day tournament with other Northern California travel softball teams, Marin Tremors 8U won first place in the Rebel Classic Tournament in Rohnert Park.
Dominican women’s basketball coach Tim LaKose announced Tuesday the signing of Edina del Rosario, Julia Razo and Sydney Larocca for the 2017-18 season.
Mill Valley Little League’s 11-year-old All Stars continued their magical summer with a thrilling elimination bracket win on Sunday, July 17 in Rincon Valley, vaulting past Alameda, 6-3, when Owen Swenson clubbed a thrilling three-run home run to break a 3-3 tie in the bottom of the 5th inning.
As the old adage goes, when it rains it pours, and for the Pacifics offense, it rained like there was no tomorrow as they wrapped up the first half of the season over the weekend.
Personal rivalries and grudge matches take on a little extra edge this weekend as two drivers line up against each other at the starting line, each waiting for the green light and focused straight down the track at the finish.
In baseball lingo, a player who is tall and thin is commonly called “A Tall Drink of Water”. That describes Pacifics reliever Jake Pintar to a tee.
Part carnival, part madhouse, part Thunderdome, the Toyota San Rafael Sunset Criterium is putting on the finishing touches for the big event on Saturday, July 29, when amateur and pro cyclists will put on a show amidst the deafening sounds of spectators and cowbells.
The weekend in Wine Country was not as relaxing for the San Rafael Pacifics as they had hoped. San Rafael lost two of three games to the host Stompers, wrapped up by a disappointing 12-11 loss in 10 innings on Sunday, June 25.
Past NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick knows the talent coming through the ranks at various tracks across the country, and the challenges the drivers face as they try to climb the ladder of success.
Drake needed a big fourth inning to rally past top-seeded Miramonte for a 4-3 victory in Saturday’s North Coast Section Division III baseball championship.
The Novato North Little League AAA and Majors teams wrapped up their season with the playoffs last week. There were some great games and several teams battling for a spot in this weekend’s games.
Clear your calendars for ‘Super Saturday’ at Boyle Park, as Mill Valley Little League championships are decided in Majors, Minors and Minors AAA. Updated brackets are available at www.millvalleyll.org.
Professional independent baseball is back at Albert Park beginning this week as the San Rafael Pacifics begin their quest for a fourth championship in six years.
The Novato Little League North discovered the snack shacks at both fields at Rancho and Pleasant Valley were broken into twice in one week, four times this season along with two other fields. NLLN has installed security cameras at both of our fields. If you want more information on this, let…
The league has set Saturday, June 10 as “Super Saturday”, when the city championships for Minors AAA, Minors and Majors will all take place at Boyle Park, followed by the All-Star hat ceremony. To the action:
When the hits have been missing, the pitching has come through most of the season as Drake High School’s baseball team worked its way to the top of the Marin County Athletic League.
After an exhausting day of competition during the North Coast Section diving championships, Drake’s Rick Miles placed an astounding fifth place, highlighted by his Back Double Pike.
San Marin sophomore Thomas Gibson finished an impressive third place in the Division 2 Norcal/SoCal High School State Mountain Bike Championship race in Petaluma on Sunday, May 14. Setting a new record for the sport in Novato, the San Marin Mountain Biking team placed second out of 95 teams …
Nineteen of Marin’s top prep divers all jumped, somersaulted, twisted and dived into championship form last Thursday, May 4, at Redwood High School. Two hours and 209 dives later, there were six medalists and 15 divers who earned North Coast Section qualifying scores.
As Mill Valley Little League barrels into the month of May, thoughts of the playoffs and City Championships in early June dance in the heads of the kids in Majors, Minors and Minors AAA. In the Majors, a competitive fight awaits at the top of the division, and a key game played out on Saturday morning, April 29, at Boyle Park, between the Braves and White Sox.
The solo standouts on Redwood High School’s boys tennis team might be young but they are relatively experienced and steaming through the playoffs.
Ed Carpenter Racing driver JR Hildebrand suffered a broken bone in his left hand during an incident at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach on Sunday, April 9. The Sausalito native was entering the first turn on Lap 85 when his No. 21 Preferred Freezer Services Chevrolet made contact with the…
Rough weather and a tough opponent were too much for the Drake High baseball team, as Redwood handed the Pirates their first loss of the season, 1-0, in a rain-shortened game on Thursday,
Ashley Delgado grew up in the cradle of beach volleyball, a sport which is finding its place at the Olympic and professional levels. But beach volleyball was never really considered a high school-level sport … until now.
Two weeks into the Mill Valley Little League season, the thrills are already piling up at Boyle Park, highlighted by the Majors Red Sox beating the Majors Cubs, 5-4, Saturday morning on the strength of Jack Hanna’s grand slam.
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