The Silicon Valley Youth Classic, which will occur Saturday at 6 p.m. at Levi’s Stadium, allows fans to see a level of talent that is nonexistent for a regular high school squad. Naturally, its practices are also special. “We run our practices, at this point with this all-star team, more like a college,” South head coach Kyle Padia said. “At the high school level, our offensive players are our defensive players.
CONCORD – The De La Salle High baseball team scored five runs in the third inning and three Spartans pitchers combined for a five-hitter in a 9-1 victory over College Park in a North Coast Section Division 1 semifinal game Wednesday. De La Salle’s victory sets up an all-East Bay Athletic League Division 1 championship game on Saturday. The fifth-seeded Spartans (20-8) will face No. 3 Monte Vista (21-8) at Saint Mary’s College at 4 p.m.
BERKELEY – Due to a hamstring injury suffered last week, St. Mary’s High boys track and field star Sanjay Kettels was limited to one event in the North Coast Section Meet of Champions. He made the most of it, winning the long jump on his first attempt with a big personal-record mark of 24 feet, 4¼ inches (wind-legal) on Saturday. Entering this weekend, only one other California high school athlete had jumped farther, according to Athletic.net.
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