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Alhambra successfully hosts first DAL dual

By JOEL TIMBRELL Martinez Tribune Just four days after the Martinez Relays, the Bulldog track team hosted another meet on their home turf this past Wednesday, March 15, against Berean Christian and Ygnacio Valley High Schools. The meet got started at 3:30 p.m. with the 4×100 relays, where Alhambra won ...

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Wondrusch medals twice at Eddie Hart

By JOEL TIMBRELL Martinez Tribune A small group of Alhambra track and field athletes made the 20 minute drive to Pittsburg High School last Saturday, March 18, for the 4th annual Eddie Hart Invitational. Hart, who is the 1972 4×100 meter relay Olympic gold medalist (and Pittsburg graduate), was in ...

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Alhambra runners finish out season in fine form

Alhambra junior Marissa D’Atri (center) leads a pack of runners at Hidden Valley Park in Martinez in the DAL championships on Nov. 5, 2016. (DARREN CHAVEZ / Courtesy)

By JOEL TIMBRELL Martinez Tribune All 12 of the Diablo Athletic League high schools met for the 2016 DAL Cross Country Championships this past Saturday, Nov. 5, at Martinez’s own Hidden Valley Park. In 2015 and several previous years, the league lineup schools included Acalanes, Alhambra, Campolindo, Dougherty Valley, Dublin, ...

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First DAL dual meet goes off at Hidden Valley

By JOEL TIMBRELL Martinez Tribune On Wednesday, Sept. 28, the Bulldog Cross Country team competed at the first dual meet of the season at Martinez’s Hidden Valley Park on Center Avenue. For over 10 years, Alhambra High School was included as part of the Diablo Foothill Athletic League (Miramonte, Campolindo, ...

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Seven Bulldogs earn medals at Half Moon Bay

By JOEL TIMBRELL Martinez Tribune The Bulldogs stopped by Half Moon Bay High School for the 45th annual Artichoke Invitational this past Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. While the Artichoke is mainly a Central Coast Section meet, it is a longtime Alhambra tradition going back to the 1990s. Unlike most other ...

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