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Errors cost Dogs in first-round loss

In the two previous meetings between Alhambra and Campolindo’s baseball programs, the Cougars have been able to beat down the Dogs with solid hitting. In the Dogs’ May 25 loss to Campolindo, however, the Bulldogs beat themselves. The Bulldogs made four errors in the 7-2 loss in Wednesday afternoon’s North …

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Alhambra continues to write history

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune When athletes win title games, they celebrate. The scene is usually set in Las Vegas, New York City, maybe New Orleans. But when you’re 18, there’s really only one choice: Disneyland. The seniors on the boys volleyball team – nine out of the 15 players …

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D’Atri & Rios qualify for Meet of Champions after stellar NCS

By JOEL TIMBRELL Special to the Tribune After surviving the cutthroat DFAL Varsity Trials and Finals at Campolindo High School on May 10 and 13, the six remaining Bulldog qualifiers took part in last Saturday’s North Coast Section Tri-Valley Championships at Foothill High School. Four athletic leagues from the valley …

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TOP DOGS! Alhambra takes NCS Division II title

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Two years time was all it took. The perfect storm of a talented transfer student, a top-tier coach and a team that rallied around them all added up to Friday’s win over Las Lomas and the North Coast Section title. Alhambra was 2-15 in 2014, …

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Swimmers Duarte & Moore rep Bulldogs at State

By CLAIRE PULKOWNIK Martinez Tribune Alhambra junior Mackenzie Duarte and sophomore Tony Moore spent their weekend the way every high school swimmer dreams of, at the California State Finals in Clovis, California. The two qualified for state as they swam with their fellow Bulldogs at the North Coast Section on …

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Bulldogs stop Campo’s reign, advance to NCS final

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The door has only been open for a year, but Alhambra’s performance on Tuesday night showed that they weren’t just ready to step through – they kicked it down. After taking the last five North Coast Section Division II titles, Campolindo will make way for …

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Alhambra handcuffed again by Dons’ Candau

By GABE AGURCIA Special to the Tribune Alhambra baseball was narrowly defeated by Acalanes in Lafayette on Friday, May 17, by a score of 3-1. The game was offensively uneventful for the first three innings. The Bulldogs looked like they’d strike quickly when Matt Beck and Tyler Peters started the …

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Bromley leads field of five Bulldogs going to NCS Tri-Valley Meet

By JOEL TIMBRELL Special to the Tribune The Alhambra Track team competed at the DFAL Varsity Trials and Finals League Championships at Campolindo High School last Tuesday, May 10, and Friday, May 13. Competition included rival DFAL schools Dublin, Dougherty Valley, Las Lomas, Miramonte, Acalanes, and the Campo Cougars. Most …

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Lady Dogs beat Acalanes in final road game

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune For the sixth time in the seven years Paul Buccellato has been at the helm of the Alhambra softball program, the team has eclipsed the 20 win mark. The Lady Bulldogs beat Acalanes 10-2 on a hot Tuesday afternoon, with sophomore Briana Edwards taking the …

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Bulldogs can’t overcome late surge by Campo in 5-1 loss

By CLAIRE PULKOWNIK Martinez Tribune Despite coming out hot, Alhambra could not overcome a late surge by Campolindo on May 12 as the Bulldogs once again fell to the Cougars 5-1. The Cougars piled on four runs in the fifth and sixth innings thanks to the bats of University of …

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