Here’s the story I wrote for tomorrow’s paper.
Here are tonight’s scores.
Back by popular demand, Prep Corner Live! will air Friday night at 11. This week’s show will include interviews with players and coaches. The Prep Corner staff (Waterhouse, Bonagura, Durkin and Bower) will bring a lot of insight to this week’s show. Once again, we invite you to get involved. Have a question, give us a call (the number will be posted just prior to the live show) or leave a comment.
Don’t forget to join Ben Enos and Chace Bryson, a.k.a. the “Two Geeks,” for a live chat about prep sports today from 4 p.m.-5 p.m.
The Hayward High boys basketball team defeated Castro Valley 69-58 tonight at Hayward High. Davion Berry had 29 points for the Farmers, while Rashad Parker had a career-high 37 points, including eight 3-pointers, for the Trojans.
The Hayward Area Athletic League crown is a four-way race again between Hayward, San Leandro, Castro Valley and Bishop O’Dowd. All four control their own destiny.
The Trojans will host San Leandro Friday night at 7 in a first-place showdown.
For those who attended last year’s North Coast Section dual meet tournament at Liberty, you won’t be heading to Brentwood for this year’s event. This time around, Albany High will host the tournament on Feb. 14. It’s an all-day event, but it’s normally done around 6 or 7 p.m.
Also, there were a few classification changes that caught my eye. With the 3A East Bay enrollment cap at 2,076 and above, De La Salle (which combines with Carondelet for enrollment purposes) would move into the 3A field if they qualify. And Liberty, last year’s 3A champion, checks in at 2,033 students, which means the Lions would drop to the 2A East Bay bracket this year. So, both of last year’s champs could be in different brackets if they make it back this year.
Here’s the latest East Bay Basketball Super Polls. Enjoy.
Well, Chace Bryson got a call a few minutes ago from De La Salle athletic director Leo Lopoz, who had the 2009 football schedule ready for release. Here’s what Chace wrote.
What is it going to take for the Albany High School soccer team to get some respect?
Well, a win on Wednesday against Piedmont would really help.