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Alhambra alum notches a first

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Former Alhambra quarterback Josh Evans got his first collegiate snaps earlier than he probably would’ve expected, and in a situation he couldn’t have dreamed of. The University of La Verne Leopards had traveled to Minnesota to take on St. Thomas in the NCAA Division III ...

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D’Atri qualifies for CIF State meet in Fresno

By JOEL TIMBRELL Special to the Tribune More than 90 schools sent their best runners to the 2015 North Coast Section Championships at Hayward High School last Saturday, Nov. 21. Hayward has a long history of championship races, dating back to 1999. Throughout the years the distance has remained the ...

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D’Atri & Tria medal among DFAL’s best

By JOEL TIMBRELL Special to the Tribune The seven DFAL schools clashed at the Diablo Foothill Athletic League Championships last Saturday, Nov. 7, at Martinez’s Hidden Valley Park on Center Avenue. Alhambra, which had the least amount of athletes out of any school, faced off against Miramonte, Campolindo, Dougherty Valley, ...

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Jimmie Johnson wins at Texas Motor Speedway

By DONNA-BETH WEILENMAN Martinez Tribune Jimmy Johnson leads just six laps, letting others run at the front of the AAA Texas 500 in Fort Worth for 330 laps. But those six laps let him play spoiler in the Chase for the Championship when he won the race Sunday at Texas ...

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Dogs grab commanding win for seniors

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The final game of the season is always a chance for the team to honor the seniors, and allow them to enjoy their final game. In recent memory, the varsity Bulldog volleyball team’s final game of the regular season was a day to reflect. There ...

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Lady Dogs come up short in NCS

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The best season in Alhambra volleyball came to a close on Wednesday night in Albany, but despite the bitter sweet ending there were very few sad faces. The varsity girls volleyball team walked off the court quickly, but were gracious sports and accepted their 3-2 ...

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