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Alhambra girls knocked out of NCS by Sonoma sharp-shooting display

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Alhambra’s Lady Bulldog basketball team only lost five games this season, and that run allowed them to qualify for North Coast Section after missing the playoffs last season. However of those five losses, three came in the last five games, as the dream season limped …

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Loss to Eagles puts dent into Bulldogs’ DAL finish

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Because of the way the schedule was laid out, the Lady Bulldogs will go into the playoffs with a pair of wins, if the results match up with the team’s first two meetings with their final opponents. But their 59-50 loss to Clayton Valley on …

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Lady Bulldogs score season high in YV win

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Alhambra’s girls basketball team took care of business in a fairly easy win over Ygnacio Valley on Tuesday night by a score of 84-54. The Valentine’s Day win was Alhambra’s biggest scoring output of the season, and put them in position to have a happy …

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Alhambra girls rebound after losing streak with road win

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune For teams that come off of long winning streaks, there is one surefire cure to getting back on track: winning the next game. It can be a shock to the system to lose after a winning streak, especially one that lasted 51 days. But with …

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Lady Dogs beat Division III opponent Kennedy 70-31

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune After Alhambra’s 70-31 win over Kennedy-Richmond, Jason Bautista inquired as to how the team did from the free throw line. The answer: 0/10 from the line in the first quarter alone. “Make sure you put that in print,” Bautista said. “I want them to see …

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Team chemistry key in renewed push to playoffs

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune If there’s one word that Jason Bautista uses more than any other in reference to his team, its chemistry. The varsity girls’ coach made it clear that the time the girls spent on the court in the summer is the most important element to the …

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