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Livermore Stampede Tournament cut short

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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Rain wipes out tournament finale, postponed to Friday

It’ll be really weird on Friday when the first pitch of the ball game will actually be the fourth of the at bat. But whether it’ll still be junior Jordyn Eglite delivering the pitch remains to be seen. But don’t bet on the right-hander continuing his outing after Friday’s Alhambra …

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Gifford excellent in DFAL home opener win over Dublin

By GABE AGURCIA Special to the Tribune Alhambra baseball defeated Dublin on Tuesday, April 12 at home by a score of 4-1. The Bulldogs jumped on the Gaels in the first inning. After a 1-2-3 top half, second baseman Trent Greene led off with an infield single. Greene proceeded to …

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Bulldog tennis making big improvements as DFAL play heats up

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Alhambra tennis is putting together some nice game wins together as their season progresses. And their results at Dublin show that. Number one singles player Nick Atencio played one his best matches all season. Atencio, as the number one for Alhambra, usually has the unfortunate …

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Lady Bulldogs blast past Dublin at home

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune After playing less games than they intended to at the Livermore Stampede tournament this past weekend, the Bulldogs welcomed Dublin for their first home game of the year. A steep drop off in competition looked to give the Lady Bulldogs a bit of rust, and …

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Boys volleyball takes sole-possession of first place in DFAL

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The Bulldog boys’ volleyball continue adding to the legend of their best season in program history after taking sole-possession of first place in the Diablo Foothill Athletic League with a 3-2 win over Dougherty Valley on April 12. In the first set, Dougherty Valley’s Thomas …

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Join the 47th annual Martinez Brickyard Race

Kevin Searles is preparing for his 5th time as Official Meet Director for the 47th annual Martinez to Port Costa “Brickyard Race” on Sunday, April 10. Searles, a former Humboldt State distance runner and the current College Park 3200 meter record holder, first ran the Brickyard 8-mile in 1972 as …

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Dogs win 6-1 in tournament opener

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Alhambra’s baseball team was able to exercise some demons on Saturday night in the opener of the Bulldog Classic. They pounded out 11 hits in the 6-1 win over John Swett-Crockett while getting five innings of solid work on the mound from junior Brett Sterrer. …

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Bulldogs advance to tourney final

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune If you’ve ever shown up to a game late, you know the frustration of hearing the star shortstop has gone 3-for-3 with two home runs and a double, all after a benches clearing brawl. But if you show up to an Alhambra baseball game late, …

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Bulldogs go big over Gaels and Knights

By JOEL TIMBRELL Special to the Tribune After the Bulldog frosh/soph girls narrowly defeated powerhouse Campolindo High School at the last track dual meet with a score of 71-63, the Dogs were hungry for another win. Last Wednesday, March 30, Alhambra visited the Dublin Gaels and Las Lomas Knights at …

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