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East Bay girls basketball poll — 2/6

Hardly any movement this week.

Team Record Points Last week
1. Bishop O’Dowd (6) 19-2 90 1
2. Carondelet 18-3 84 2
3. Berkeley 20-2 78 3
4. Miramonte 22-0 72 4
5. St. Mary’s 17-6 66 5
6. Dougherty Valley 15-7 60 6
7. Salesian 20-3 54 7
8. Deer Valley 15-6 48 8
9. Monte Vista 18-4 39 9
t10. Heritage 18-4 34 t10
t10. Mission San Jose 20-2 34 t10
12. Alameda 17-6 24 12
13. James Logan 16-7 19 13
14. Dublin 13-8 8 14
15. Foothill 11-11 5 NR

Also receiving votes: Granada (15-7, 3 points), Moreau Catholic (13-8, 2). The East Bay Prep Girls Basketball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group-East Bay. Records are as of Monday.

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New coach for Kennedy

Damian Mackey, the first-year football coach of John F. Kennedy-Fremont, is leaving the high school to take an administrative position and will not be the head coach of the Titans next season, he said Thursday.
“I had a lot of conversations with Mr. (Thomas) Hanson (Kennedy’s principal) at Kennedy. We both came to the conclusion that if I was going in this direction, this would be the best way to go,” Mackey said.
Mackey, who taught geometry at Kennedy, is now an administrator at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School in Hayward. He said he will be a volunteer coach for the Titans next season.
Kennedy athletic director John Webb said longtime assistant Dave Damewood is the interim head coach.
The Titans had a 2011 record of 2-8 overall and 2-4 in MVAL play. Mackey was the second head varsity football coach in Kennedy’s history. Pete Michaletos coached for 46 seasons before retiring after the 2010 season.

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SRV honors football, soccer, water polo commits

Excitement filled the air at the San Ramon Valley High cafeteria on Wednesday, when the school honored 11 senior athletes who have committed to colleges.

Three linemen off the Wolves’ North Coast Section Division I runner-up football team, tight end Sean Miller (Cornell), guard Matt Fisher (Cal Poly) and tackle Jake Simonich (Utah State), were the first ones introduced by athletic director John Raynor.

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