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Martinez Weekend of Art

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Two different art events took place this past weekend in Martinez, the Art Beat and Art in the Park. Saturday evening was the monthly Art Beat taking place across downtown and organized by Artcelerator, a non-profit with a goal of bringing new art to Martinez. Sunday, the newly renovated Susana ...

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Tennis setting solid foundation for new league

Alhambra’s Caserra Alva (pictured above) started her season off with a win against Salesian on Aug. 31, and then followed it up with a gutsy three-set loss to a College Park Falcon player on Sept. 1, 2016. (MARK FIERNER / Martinez Tribune)

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The Alhambra tennis team started their season with back-to-back games to get themselves going this season. On Wednesday, Aug. 31, Alhambra went up against Salesian-Richmond. The Bulldogs went down 4-5 in a tightly contested pro-set style match up. So the Varsity played 10 game pro ...

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Volleyball comes up short against Wolves

Alhambra’s Erin Silva goes for the kill in the Bulldogs’ 3-2 loss to the San Ramon Valley Wolves on Sept. 1, 2016. (MARK FIERNER / Martinez Tribune)

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The Bulldogs dropped a heart breaker on Thursday evening in Danville, but their loss to San Ramon Valley was still a very telling benchmark of where the program has risen to. Losing in five sets on Sept. 1 would’ve been nothing to be disappointed about, ...

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Bulldogs fall short in improved performance

Alhambra senior Jackson Norried puts a move on the San Marin defender in the Bulldogs’ 17-14 loss on Sept. 2, 2016. Norried had a touchdown catch in the loss. (MARK FIERNER / Martinez Tribune)

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Basically anything the Bulldogs did on Friday night could have been classified as a step in the right direction, but it’s clear they’re going to need to figure things out ASAP. Their 17-14 loss to San Marin on Sept. 2 did, however, show some progress ...

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