By Derek Wilson
At 6-foot-5, Marin Catholic’s Kari Geissberger often stands above the field on volleyball court. With her powerful attacks at the net, she always stands out.
Equipped with a GI Bill and a goal of finally earning a college degree, Tom Albert (Class of 2015) entered the Adult Degree Completion program. He achieved his dream and now his oldest son, Matt Albert (Class of 2020), is following his footsteps toward a Dominican degree.
The adrenalin circus returned to San Rafael with hundreds of cyclists speeding on downtown streets while spectators cheered loudly and rang cowbells.
Into Spring Break goes Mill Valley Little League, with early-season jockeying in the standings making for prime entertainment. After play resumes on April 16, the Majors, Minors and Minors AAA pennant races will play constantly to Memorial Day weekend, making Boyle Park the place to be.
L-R: (Back row) Pete Searson, Erika Shern, Scott Dalton; (Middle row) Luella Searson, Ella West, Macyn Geist, Camille Workman, Makena Anderson, Hanalei Anderson, Ellie Taylor; (Front row) Pyper Dalton, Sophie Shern, Georgia Ballard, Zoey Murdock.
Adolescent girls, a one-act play at the Marin Theatre Company in Mill Valley, suggests girls cling to each other in packs like unruly but maturing animals. For community. For learning. For support.
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.
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