Thursday, January 23, 2020

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Secret’s out on Richmond’s new ninja gym

By Kathy Chouteau Traverse Fitness may have had a stealthy soft opening last month, but the secret is officially out about Richmond’s newest gym, thanks to its wildly successful Ninja Warrior Open House this past...

Salesian making history at state title game this Saturday

A team with just 23 players on its varsity roster, Salesian College Preparatory was reportedly predicted to go 5-5 this year. That prediction didn't pan out -- at all.   The Pride are now 12-2 and...

San Pablo Cowboys cheer squads qualify for national tournament

This group of local girls have given their hometown a reason to cheer. The San Pablo Cowboys Division 8 & 10 Cheer Squad qualified  for the American Youth Football and Cheer National Championship competition in...

Help Richmond High’s stellar soccer program attend Nike showcase

One of Richmond's top athletics programs is seeking the community's help to fund a trip to a Nike showcase that will provide its players exposure to college programs. The Richmond High boys soccer team has...

Salesian’s Daylee Dunn to be 2-sport athlete at Fresno State

Daylee Dunn, a senior at Salesian College Preparatory, signed a National Letter of Intent on Thursday to play basketball and also to run track at Fresno State University. Dunn, who verbally committed to Fresno State...

Richmond Little League registration period begins

It's not time yet to "Play Ball!," but it is time to register for the upcoming season. The Richmond Little League is now accepting signups for baseball and girls softball. Registration happens daily at the Richmond...

Richmond tennis standout commits to Fresno State

Two-time CIF-NCS tennis champion Karl Collins signed a letter of intent to attend Fresno State University on Wednesday. Collins, who was the first El Cerrito High athlete to win an NCS tennis title, with his...

New mini-soccer pitches to enliven ‘underused’ Richmond park

By Mike Kinney Was the next Lionel Messi at Wendell Park in Richmond today? Perhaps. Without a place to play, it's difficult to give rise to the next great soccer star. But the underutilized local...

2 San Pablo Cowboys teams head to regional championships undefeated

Two San Pablo Cowboys teams are headed to the American Youth Football Big West regional championships this weekend, as each have enjoyed undefeated seasons. The Cowboys' 8-under team, which defeated the Vallejo Jags 33-7 in...

Kennedy High standout named US Bank Inspirational Athlete

Everyone's talking about Jermaine Terry, Jr. As for Jermaine? He just keeps on working. The Kennedy High football star, who is considered among the top 5 tight ends in the nation for the Class of 2021,...

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Chevron Black History Awareness scholarship application period extended

Deadline extended for Chevron’s black history awareness scholarship

The deadline to apply for the Chevron Richmond Black History Awareness Scholarship program has been extended to Jan. 31. High school seniors in the West...

Richmond park aims to preserve past and right past wrongs

On Saturday, Jan. 11, in the Park Plaza neighborhood, nearly 60 volunteers from the nonprofit Groundwork Richmond, the Richmond Rotary Club and the community...