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Boys soccer looks to reverse its fortunes

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune These past two seasons haven’t gone to plan for Coach Rory Gentry, but as he winds down his time as a coach at Alhambra, all the elements could be in place for him and his team. Last year the team lost its last link to …

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Alhambra High seniors awarded hundreds of local scholarships

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Alhambra High School held its annual Senior Awards Night Wednesday, June 1. The following awards and scholarships were earned by members of the AHS Class of 2016. Dante Abono: Antone Pellegrini Memorial Scholarship. Michael Aboussie: The Alhambra Way Scholarship, Alhambra Boys Basketball Scholarship, Alhambra Boys Tennis Scholarship. …

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Campo shuts out Alhambra in home league loss 1-0

By GABRIEL AGURCIA Special to the Tribune Alhambra’s boy’s varsity soccer team was defeated at home by Campolindo on Friday, Feb. 5, by a score of 1-0. The Bulldogs came out a bit sluggish and out of sync, which the Cougars tried to take advantage of. Unable to get into …

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Dogs look to youth as an advantage

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Coach Rory Gentry’s possession-based attacking style of soccer has what he calls “checks and balances” that players must make to perform smart passes. Much like a government, the structure of his team’s style of play is also reflected in the style of leadership his captains …

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Diaz preserves draw with man of the match effort

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune There is perhaps no better way to open the Diablo Foothill Athletic League’s last boys soccer campaign for Alhambra than by securing a draw and keeping a clean sheet against a tough opponent in Miramonte. With a superhuman effort from senior Jose Diaz in goal, …

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Alhambra draws on the road to Berean

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Tuesday afternoon’s varsity boys soccer opener was a tale of two halves. It included a dominant but wasteful first half, two second-half goals, four yellow cards and one red card. All that mayhem aside, Rory Gentry’s boys will have walked off the field kicking themselves …

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