This Sunday at Earl Anthony’s Dublin Bowl, there will be a bowling tournament with the money raised going to Children’s Hospital in Oakland to support research for sickle cell anemia. The tournament is a partnership between the bowling alley and Tennyson High baseball coach Jack Jordan, who a year ago lost a daughter to the disease. It’s $30 to participate in the tournament, with a noon check-in time. Bowling begins at 1 p.m. There will be prizes given away throughout the tournament. I’m not sure if this adds to or hinders the event, but it will be an opportunity to meet two of your East Bay Prep Corner bloggers as myself and Michael Bower will be participating. For more information or to donate to the cause, contact the bowling alley at (925) 828-7550.
p.s. Take it easy on me if I stink it up in the lanes, it’s been a couple years since I bowled. However, I do guarantee that I’ll top that score of 37 that President Obama recorded.
It was a bizarre time for a race, but it hammers home the fact that runners have to be extra careful and aware while running at night.
I’ll be headed out to Los Medanos this weekend to take in the Contra Costa-Alameda County All-Star football game, so I wanted to whet your collective appetite by giving you the link to the rosters.
Game time is set for 6 p.m. at LMC on Saturday. So, here’s my big question… Who ya got?
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Nick Montana, the son of Joe Montana and a former quarterback in the De La Salle football program, has garnered an invite the highly-prestigous ESPN RISE Elite 11 quarterback camp. Montana transferred to Oaks Christian-Westlake Village after his sophomore year and had a standout junior season with the Lions. He recently gave an oral commitment to Washington for the Fall of 2010. Montana was one of three California QBs to earn an invite.
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Jason Castro hit a 3-run homer today for the USA squad in the MLB futures game in St. Louis. It’s the second year in a row that an East Bay alum has played in the game following San Ramon Valley alum Nate Shierholtz who played in the game last year before being called up to San Francisco.
Calhisports.com released it’s list of State Female Athletes of the Year on Friday morning, naming recent Deer Valley graduate Emily Allard as it’s Division I Female AOY. Allard — who will attend Northwestern in the Fall — was a prominent two-sport athlete for the Wolverines, making huge contributions in both softball and baseball. The only other East Bay athlete to be recognized was Moreau Catholic’s Alitta Boyd. Boyd was given Division III AOY distinction.
You can view the entire list by clicking here.
The San Leandro Interact club has teamed up with the San Leandro Sports Foundation in hopes to raise at least $1,000 to help pay for a new athletic facility in San Leandro. Currently, the community uses Burrell Field as its main sports complex, but the facility is 45 years old and worn down. The San Leandro High football team plays all of its home games at Burrell Field and the community does numerous other youth sports at the facility. For more information or to donate money click here.
Las Lomas High senior-to-be Kasey Carlson finished second in the 100-meter breaststroke at the USA National Championships today in Indianapolis and qualified for the FINA World Championships in Rome later this summer.
Carlson broke Jessica Hardy’s Championships record in the prelimins with a time of 1:06.66, but Olympian Rebecca Soni came back and broke Carlson’s short-standing record with a 1:05.34 in the finals.
Complete story courtesy of our Jennifer Starks