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The Amador Valley Dons girls' volleyball team defeated the Dublin Gaels three sets to one on Thursday night improving to 6-2 overall. The Gaels drop to 2-3 on the season.

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To honor the 20-year anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, Livermore Fusion Soccer Club’s team Fury (U12 girls) observed a moment of silence before a game held at Robert Livermore Park on Saturday, Sept. 11. Tony Watt coaches the team.  (Photo – Stephanie Lemoine)

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The Amador Valley Dons defeated the Dublin Gaels 7-0 in a defensive slugfest. The Dons held the high-scoring Dublin offense that has averaged 28 points over its last two games.

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Ashley Arno scored the winning goal in the final minute, and the unbeaten Las Positas College women’s soccer team rallied to beat host Diablo Valley College, 2-1, on Friday, Sept. 10. Arno, a sophomore midfielder out of California High, has four goals this season, including two game-winners.…

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The Granada High School football team lost on Saturday to Heritage High School 34-36 in overtime at home. This is the Matadors’ second loss of the season as they now fall to 0-2. 

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The Foothill Falcons' Kenny Olson catches a pass in the end zone for a touchdown during Monday night's game at Foothill High this week. The game originally set for Friday night was rescheduled to Monday due to poor air quality.  (Photos – Doug Jorgensen)

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The Foothill High School girls' volleyball team hosted the Livermore High School Cowboys for a Thursday, Aug. 26, game. Foothill won three matches, scoring 25-9, 25-6 and 25-14.  (Photos – Doug Jorgensen)

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A smoke-delayed game originally scheduled for Friday, Aug. 27, between the Livermore Cowboys and the Livingston Wolf Pack was played Saturday morning, kicking off at 10 a.m. Livermore won 20 to 13. (Photos by Doug Jorgensen)

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The Livermore Junior Football League, which organizes teams for youths from 9 to 15-years-old, will hold its opening day jamboree at Robertson Park, 3200 Robertson Park Road, on Saturday, Aug. 28.

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LIVERMORE — A Livermore resident took some time off this week to vacation in Hawaii following a successful trip to Tokyo, where he set an American record for weightlifting at the Olympics

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The Livermore Aquacowboys placed fourth in the 30-team small teams division at the California/Nevada Sectionals, July 15-18 in Roseville. Each member of the Aquacowboys swam at least one best time over the course of the three-day event that featured over 60 teams.

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Allison DeGuzman took first place in the Junior Poomsae Freestyle competition at the U.S. Grand Prix Western Regionals in Las Vegas last month and was also a member of the winning team for 12 to 17-year-olds.

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As the world shifts its gaze to the Tokyo Olympic Games this month, Livermore’s Tyler Laymon will be watching the men’s water polo competition with a keen eye.

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Kekoa Ogawa of Livermore went undefeated this month at the Rocky Mountain Nationals youth wrestling tournament in Las Vegas, finishing first in the 116-pound weight class for both the Boys 15U and Boys 13U folkstyle divisions, and the Boys 12-16 no-gi Jiu-Jitsu division.

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Grant Peterson, a member of the California Polytechnic State University’s rodeo team, finished second in steer wrestling last month at the 72nd annual College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming.

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Team California, with Livermore Elite’s Jalen Bets wrestling at 100 pounds, won the Junior Women’s Duals championship in Tulsa, Oklahoma, last month, going undefeated in the six-team round-robin finals and taking down top-ranked Team Illinois in the process.

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Julian Victoria, wrestling at 147 pounds for the Livermore Elite Wrestling Club, went 4-2 last week to finish fifth at the unofficial California State Finals Invitational in Fresno, while Timothy Cowan went 3-3 to finish sixth at 154 pounds.

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Abigal Herscu, with the Livermore Aquacowboys, placed second in the women’s 200-meter breaststroke in Wave I of the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska, this week with personal-best time of 2:31.53.

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Anthony Molleson, a senior at Granada High School, and Kaleb Branscomb, a Pleasanton resident who attends Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland, have received $1,000 scholarships from the Northern California County Chapter of the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame.

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Granada High Matadors hosted a dual track meet with The Livermore Cowboys, Thursday, May 20. The girls are seen here, dashing over the 110-meter hurdles.   (Photos - Doug Jorgensen) 

The Granada Matadors, 9-1, and the Dublin Gaels, 6-1, will face off in a key home-and-away East Bay Athletic League matchup this weekend, after both varsity basketball squads suffered their first losses of the season last week.

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The Amador Dons’ water polo teams traveled to Granada High for a match against the Matadors, Thursday May 20. The girls’ varsity team won 13 to 0.  (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)

Dublin, which played five games in a six-day stretch, started out the week with wins over Bellarmine College Prep, 76-39, and Dougherty Valley, 70-68. 

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Pleasanton's Prodigy Fitness and Fleet Feet are sponsoring a training program and 5K run to raise money for nonprofit organization Girls Soccer Worldwide. The 5K for a Cause event begins May 31 and includes six weeks of personal training, conditioning and entry in the 5K.  (Photo - Robyn Ladle)

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Granada High School hosted a varsity boys' soccer game against Amador Valley May 12. The score was unavailable at press time. (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)

On April 27, Gable Heart Beats teamed up with City of Pleasanton and Pleasanton RAGE Girls Soccer Club to place an automated external defibrillator (AED) at Val Vista soccer fields and another for Pleasanton Rage to have at Ken Mercer Sports Park. The Gable Heart Beats Foundation is a non-pr…

Granada High School sophomore Joshua Morano pitched a no-hitter on the road in Danville last Friday as the Matadors defeated Monte Vista Mustangs 4-1.

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When Ken Grace officially retired from Chabot College more than a year ago, by no means was anyone expecting the energetic, legendary coach and teacher to slow things down.

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The West Coast Distance Carnival Track and Field meet at Las Positas College featured some fast times on May 8.