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Ms. Softball State finalist …

Martinez’s own Karlee Sparacino has been named a finalist for the annual Cal-Hi Sports Ms. Softball State Player of the Year. She joins eight other candidates in the most hotly-contested race in the competition’s history. Sparacino, an Oregon commit from Alhambra High School, hit .620 with seven homers and 40 …

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Martinez Community Swim Team returns to water for first meet of 2016 season

By LAUREL PUREWAL Special to the Tribune The Martinez Community Swim Team (MCST) Otters kicked off the swim season Saturday, June 4, with the team’s New Swimmers Meet. This event allows all new members of the swim team to experience their first competitive swim meet in a relaxed and friendly …

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Universal Fastpitch wins championship

By TONI KELLY Special to the Tribune Universal Fastpitch 03 Nilson, sponsored by Universal Sports Academy in Martinez, took the championship win at the ASA Memorial Day Classic in Roseville on May 30. What a weekend these girls had. They played nine games total with great defensive playing, nine home …

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Lady Dogs take NCS Division II title

By CLAIRE PULKOWNIK Martinez Tribune The Lady Dogs are champions once again. Alhambra sealed the three-peat on Saturday, June 4, with the perfect blend of great pitching, three home runs and that bulldog mentality. Top seeded Alhambra beat the number two seeded Newark Memorial in a seven inning battle of …

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Martinez Bocce standings as of May 28, 2016

The Martinez Bocce Federation consists of 235 teams within excess of 500 players participating across 32 different divisions. The courts are located at the Martinez Marina. MBF Standings current as of Saturday, May 28, 2016.

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Alhambra gets back to big game

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune For the third year in a row, the Alhambra Lady Bulldogs will be playing for the North Coast Section crown. It’s only fitting that the twice defending champions should get a chance to defend their title as their swan song in Division II. The Bulldogs …

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Volleyball ousted in semi-finals

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune It happened 55 miles away from it’s epicenter, but the dream season finally ended for the Bulldog boys. Their 3-0 loss to Leigh-San Jose marked the first time this season they lost a contest without getting at least a set win in three sets (they …

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Sophomores Rios & D’Atri battle to make a mark at NCS Meet of Champions

By JOEL TIMBRELL Special to the Tribune The North Coast Section Meet of Champions was again held at the University of California at Berkeley’s famous yellow track this past Friday, May 27 and Saturday, May 28. Schools from the Bayshore, Coastal Mountain, Humboldt Del Norte and Valley conferences all attended …

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