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Star swimmer Missy Franklin hung out with the students of Bayview Elementary School in San Pablo during recess Tuesday.

Olympic champion Missy Franklin stops by San Pablo elementary school during recess

Star swimmer Missy Franklin hung out with the students of Bayview Elementary School in San Pablo during recess Tuesday. Franklin came with Playworks, a national nonprofit that provide healthy, fun and productive recesses at schools...
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has awarded Richmond six scholarships to send three local youths to a camp in July at Sonoma State University.

United States Tennis Association awards Richmond Rec six scholarships

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has awarded the City of Richmond's Recreation tennis program six scholarships sending local youths to a camp in July at Sonoma State University. Those receiving the scholarships include Cienna...
The Salesian Pride varsity softball team, which repeated as NCS Division IV champions on Saturday with a 2-0 win over St. Patrick-St. Vincent.

Salesian softball team wins NCS Division IV title; finishes 18-1 on season

Congrats are in order for the Salesian Pride varsity softball team, which repeated as North Coast Section Division IV champions on Saturday with a 2-0 win over St. Patrick-St. Vincent. The Pride ended the season...
The City of Richmond Adult Volleyball championship game on Wednesday was everything it was supposed to be.

ACE defeats defending champs to claim Adult Volleyball League title

The City of Richmond Adult Volleyball championship game on Wednesday was everything it was supposed to be. The two Spring 2014 favorites - defending champions Set 'N' Kill and the crafty, high-flying act ACE -...

49ers receiver Chuck Jacobs to hold training camp at Kennedy High

While Chuck Jacobs plays for the San Francisco 49ers, he hasn't forgotten that he used to play for the Kennedy Eagles. The undrafted free agent who has been turning heads in the NFL is slated...
West Contra Costa Unified sports schedule this week includes NCS track and field meet.

North Coast Section track and field meet starts Friday at UC Berkeley

The West Contra Costa Unified School District sports schedule for this week has been released. One of the big events is the North Coast Section Meet of Champions for track and field, with trials...
USA Basketball lauds Salesian alum Mariya Moore's no-quit attitude

Salesian star Mariya Moore named to prestigious U-18 U.S. National Team

Salesian star guard Mariya Moore, who is headed to the University of Louisville next year, secured one of 12 roster spots on the prestigious USA Basketball Women's U-18 National Team, it was announced late...
WCCUSD sports schedule for this week includes postseason volleyball, football

Pink Panthers, ACE and Camaleones prevail in Adult League volleyball

Playoffs take place next week in the City of Richmond's Adult Volleyball League, but first check out the results of this past week's games. Fresh off a victory over Camaleones last week, Richmond Recreation had...
Senior running back Ernie Timoteo ran for 127 yards on 27 carries to help Kennedy High defeat Drake 17-7 in the Eagles' first game of the season.

Kennedy High partners with Nike on athletic gear

Kennedy High School in Richmond has partnered with Nike to offer students, families and alumni some pretty sweet Eagles athletic gear. "Show your Kennedy Eagle pride in style," said David Perry, the school's athletic director....
The University of Hawai'i women's basketball program announced Monday that Salesian graduate Justice Toailoa has joined the team as a walk on.

Salesian’s Justice Toailoa to play for University of Hawaii

The University of Hawai'i women's basketball program announced Monday that Salesian graduate Justice Toailoa has joined the team as a walk on. Toailoa is one of several new players joining the Rainbow Wahine, head basketball...

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Richmond YouthBUILD program seeks applicants for Aug. 3 cohort

Richmond YouthBUILD program seeks applicants for Aug. 3 cohort

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