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Campo hands Bulldogs first DFAL loss, 8-2

By GABE AGURCIA Special to the Tribune Alhambra baseball was defeated at home by Campolindo on Tuesday, April 19 by a score of 8-2. The final deficit was sizable, but it was close for most of the game. Campolindo put pressure on starter Cole Gifford right away, with second baseman ...

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Alhambra tennis gets first set wins

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The Bulldog tennis team is not going down without a fight. Not so long ago, all Diablo Foothill Athletic League contests were no-doubt 0-9 losses. But that’s changing. Yes they lost to Campolindo 2-7 on April 19, but it is still a definite improvement. In ...

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Bulldogs set out to plunder at Pitt Relays

By JOEL TIMBRELL Special to the Tribune The Bulldogs traveled to Pittsburg High School for the 17th Annual Pittsburg Pirate Relays this past Saturday, April 16. For only the third invitational Track and Field meet this year, the Bulldogs put up some impressive times and marks, several of which were ...

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Whitworth no-hits St. Mary’s in Stampede

In what has been perhaps Sam Whitworth’s finest moment as a Bulldog, the senior right-hander capped off her performance in pool play against St. Mary’s-Stockton with a no-hitter and a first place finish in Pool D, or the “group of death.” Whitworth got the win as a result of gritty ...

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Lady Bulldogs bounce top-rated Mitty 4-2

Alhambra’s Coach Paul Buccellato (right) high fives his players after the Bulldogs’ 4-2 win over Archbishop Mitty-San Jose in the second game of the Livermore Stampede Tournament. (MARK FIERNER / Martinez Tribune)

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune After a win over Foothill, things not only didn’t get easier, they got tougher. Looming in an afternoon clash was the Archbishop Mitty-San Jose Monarchs, a Central Coast Section power akin to the Bulldogs. It was always going to be a tight affair going against ...

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Livermore Stampede Tournament cut short

Alhambra’s Kimiko Zapanta wins up to slap the ball into the field of play in the Bulldogs’ 3-2 win over Foothill-Pleasanton in the opener of the Livermore Stampede Tournament. (MARK FIERNER / Martinez Tribune)

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Thursday’s opening game of the Livermore Stampede showed two different ways teams can win a ball game. Neither way is “right or wrong.” That is of course unless you win, then it is always the right way. Alhambra relied on the long ball while their ...

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