Adlee Van Winden, a junior, and Torrey Van Winden, a sophomore, were named American Volleyball Coaches Association Honorable Mention All-Americans for Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo, it was announced Wednesday.It’s the first career All-American awards for the Van Windens, who are both outside hitters for Cal Poly and Vintage High School graduates.Adlee Van Winden was previously named to the All-Big West Conference First Team and was selected Pacific North AVCA All-Region Honorable Mention.
Some of the best high school football in Northern California is being played in East Contra Costa County.Five of those schools are located off of Highway 4 and play in the same league – the Bay Valley Athletic League. It’s strong and tough, one of the best conferences in the North Coast Section.There is Pittsburg (9-2), the league champion, which will face Narbonne-Harbor City on Saturday at 4 p.m. in the 2017 CIF State Championship Division 1-A Bowl Game at Sacramento State.
Winter sports – a combination of boys and girls basketball, boys and girls soccer, and wrestling – are in full swing at Justin-Siena High School, a member of the CIF North Coast Section and Marin County Athletic League.A team-by-team look at each of the sports:Girls Basketball “While the record doesn’t reflect it, we have had a very promising start to our season,” said coach Andy Bettencourt.The Braves are 2-3 after losing to Healdsburg, 45-38, in the championship game of the Redwood Empire...
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