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With a dominant 52-7 win against San Rafael on Friday, the San Marin football team is sittin' pretty...Even better, Friday's win was a chance for several players, who don't normally see a lot of action, to get some time with the football. With league
The Bulldogs are all too aware that they'll have their hands full against the Mustangs on Friday but their season isn't about a win-loss record, it's about growing individually and as a team. "We're just really young and we're banged up in a couple
Marcus Anderson led a stunning comeback with nine goals in a 15-12 win on Saturday in a non-league contest with San Francisco's St...San Marin: Ryan Campbell led the Mustangs with seven goals and four steals in an 18-8 win against Bishop O'Dowd on
San Marin 10, Bishop O'Dowd 6 High school results are compiled from messages posted on Twitter.
The Red-tailed Hawks have one of the toughest early league schedules of any team. A big loss to Marin Catholic opened league play and Tam had its hands full last weekend against San Marin. The team doesn't have it any easier this weekend with an away
Daria Hoang is an incredible young player," Redwood coach Marlies Zeisler recently noted even after the Giants managed to defeat the talented freshman. Novato coach Birdie Petrini was also expansive in her praise. "She is an amazing player and I can'
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The advantage in Friday's contest changes, depending who you ask. Justin-Siena has the home-field advantage. "We know that Napa's a tough place to play," said Drake coach Ethan Hough. "It presents a real opportunity ... our time to kind of see where
The Pirates cruised past the Mustangs 25-11, 25-11, 25-15 at home on Wednesday night. Drake sprinted out to a big lead in the first game forcing San Marin coach Jesse Denham to call a timeout with his team trailing 11-5. Pirates went on to score the
In the Mustangs' 19-5 win against a young San Rafael squad in Novato on Thursday, all he needed was senior Louis Campbell. "Louis was definitely a fireplug out there for us," Lundgren said. Campbell (six goals, eight steals and five assists) put San