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Three goals puts JV Dogs in win column

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The junior varsity girls soccer team put up a big result in their win over the Miramonte Matadors. The girls had lost three in a row before the 3-0 win on Wednesday, Jan. 27. It took the Bulldog girls only eight minutes to get on …

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Lady Dogs beat Miramonte 2-1

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The Lady Bulldogs varsity soccer team got a small bit of revenge for their playoff exits with a 2-1 win over the Miramonte Matadors on Wednesday, Jan. 27. Off the back of some less than thrilling results for the side, coach Ed Marinelli praised his …

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Martinez native earns Big Ten Honors

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Martinez native Natalie Romeo was named to the Big Ten Conference Player of the Week Honor Roll for the second time this season. Romeo, who attended St. Catherine of Siena School and graduated from Carondelet High School in Concord, made the team after dropping a …

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Dogs’ mascot story still a mystery

By LUKE JOHNSON Special to the Tribune In 1946, Alhambra and Antioch Unified High Schools had three things in common: mascots (Panthers), colors (navy and gold) and initials (AUHS). This stirred up a lot of controversy. They were essentially neighbors with far less high schools established in the East San …

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Dougherty Valley declaws Bulldogs, 55-40

By LUKE JOHNSON Special to Martinez Tribune Turnovers ended up being costly with a ratio of 37-14 in Dougherty Valley High School’s 55-40 win against host Alhambra last Friday night (Jan. 8) in a Diablo Foothill Athletic League girls’ basketball game. “For our guards, this is the first taste of …

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Alhambra girls soccer loses second match of season

By LUKE JOHNSON Special to the Tribune Freshman forward Sasha Sadoff cut from the right to the center of the field, broke two defenders in the box, and tapped the ball past the keeper for what would be the game-deciding goal with 10 minutes left in Acalanes High School’s 3-2 …

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Alhambra boys soccer team earns second win of seaon

Antioch falls short despite having twice as many shots on goal By LUKE JOHNSON Martinez Tribune An errant pass by host Antioch High School that allowed an easy goal for Tim Catalan ended up being a costly mistake in Alhambra’s 2-1 victory during Monday night’s (Jan. 11) non-league boys’ soccer …

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