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Lady Dog lacrosse pummels Clayton Valley Charter 13-3

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The girls lacrosse team at Alhambra has started demanding attention this season. After a hot start, they’re not quite cooling off. They destroyed Clayton Valley on March 14 by a 13-3 scoreline, an eye-opening mark for the other teams in the league who may not …

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Falcons out-duel Alhambra in 2-1 home win

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Between the two teams, there were only five hits. Both pitchers carved through the line ups, but once again Alhambra’s baseball team couldn’t punch in the runs they needed. And worst off all the 2-1 loss on April 18 came at the hands of the …

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Underclassmen step up to fill spots for senior tennis players

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Alhambra’s tennis team took on the Mt. Diablo Red Devils on Thursday, March 13. And they did it without some of their top players. The Bulldogs swept Mt. Diablo without number one single players Nick Atencio, number three player Jason Young, number four singles player …

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Foothill stuns Alhambra in opener

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune It was exactly 364 days prior to the last time the Bulldogs faced Foothill that they beat the Pleasanton side in the opener of the Livermore Stampede Tournament. Nearly a year later, the revamped Falcons took down the Lady Bulldog softball team in a way …

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Bulldogs finish Stampede in style

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The ability to hit the snooze button when waking up in the morning and get some extra sleep — and not be late – is something to be treasured. So when they woke up on day two of the Livermore Stampede, and found out their …

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Eaves scores five in Bulldogs win over Dublin

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Alhambra’s lacrosse team cashed in on an opportunity to grab their second win of the season against Dublin on Tuesday night. But it almost didn’t happen for the Bulldogs. For nearly all of the contest, the Bulldogs trailed before eventually turning the tides in their …

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Bulldogs beaten in replay against Clatyon

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune A long-standing joke amongst baseball people is that a game could literally go forever. Unlike in most sports, the lack of a clock can turn a game from finite, to infinite. And while that will never happen, Alhambra and Clayton Valley Charter’s baseball boys decided …

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Moore’s eight strong innings lead Giants to win in home opener

BY RYAN LEONG The Giants have now played at the corner of 3rd and King Streets for 18 seasons. Candlestick Park, once considered the worst ballpark in America matched the brand of baseball played inside the decrepit concrete bowl. But since 2000, the Orange and Black have showcased perhaps the …

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Durant returns as Warriors stretch winning streak to 14

BY RYAN LEONG Saturday marked the long anticipated return of Kevin Durant and he did not disappoint. Without any restrictions, Durant logged a team-high 31 minutes, scoring 16 points, 10 rebounds, and six assists, as the Warriors obliterated the New Orleans Pelicans, 123-101. “31 is a lot of minutes for …

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