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Joe DeMers fires perfect game against Monte Vista

College Park High School baseball star Joe DeMers threw a perfect game against Monte Vista in a nonleague matchup today. The Washington commit struck out seven batters in his seven-inning masterpiece, and also was 2 for 3 at the plate, including a double, with two RBI, as College Park won 9-0. He improved to 2-0 with the victory.
Teammate Trevor Larnach hit a grand slam in the fourth inning, as College Park (2-0) broke the game open with five runs in the frame. Larnach, who had five RBI total, and Ian MacIver also had two hits in the home game.

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James Logan freshman has remarkable NCS wrestling debut

Not only did James Logan’s Aaron Perez win an NCS championship as a freshman, he pulled off the rare feat of winning all five of his matches by pin to take the 106-pound title. Perez comes from a wrestling family, as his father, Jacob, was the first Logan wrestler to place at the state meet. His brother, Eric, also wrestled at Logan. Making it extra special was this year’s NCS tournament, which took place Feb. 27-28, being back at James Logan for the first time in almost two decades.

Thanks to Emily Santos for this contributed photo of Perez at the podium, holding the placard of the 106-pound bracket, surrounded by other 106-pound NCS medalists

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East Bay Boys Basketball Poll – 2/18

BOYS BASKETBALL POLL
Rank, School Rec. Pts LW
1. Bishop O’Dowd (5)* 19-4 75 1
2. El Cerrito 23-3 70 6
3. Monte Vista 22-2 64 5
4. Moreau Catholic 19-5 61 4
5. De La Salle 21-3 53 3
6. Campolindo 21-3 52 2
7. San Ramon Valley 20-4 45 7
8. Salesian 18-9 38 8
9. San Leandro 17-7 36 10
10. College Park 20-5 28 11
11. Berkeley 16-8 25 9
12. Freedom 15-9 19 13
13. Albany 25-1 15 14
14. McClymonds 16-7 12 NR
15. San Lorenzo 19-7 4 NR
Also receiving votes: Saint Mary’s (15-10, 3 points). The East Bay Boys Basketball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group East Bay. Records are through Saturday.
* indicates number of first place votes

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Arroyo dedicates baseball field to former coach

The newly remodeled Arroyo High School baseball field is being dedicated to former coach Verl M. Thornock this Saturday at 10 a.m. Thornock was the head baseball coach at Arroyo from 1957 to 1975. His teams won multiple Hayward Area Athletic League championships. Following the 10 a.m. ceremony, the Stephen Petros Memorial Alumni Baseball Game will take place at 11 a.m.

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East Bay Boys Basketball Poll – 2/11

Not much movement from last week until the final six spots.

BOYS BASKETBALL POLL
Rank, School Rec. Pts LW
1. Bishop O’Dowd (5)* 17-4 75 1
2. Campolindo 20-2 70 2
3. De La Salle 20-2 65 3
4. Moreau Catholic 17-5 60 4
5. Monte Vista 20-2 53 5
6. El Cerrito 22-3 52 6
7. San Ramon Valley 18-4 45 7
8. Salesian 16-8 40 8
9. Berkeley 16-6 35 9
10. San Leandro 16-6 30 11
11. College Park 18-5 23 12
12. Saint Mary’s 14-9 17 10
13. Freedom 13-9 12 15
14. Albany 25-1 10 NR
15. Amador Valley 14-8 7 NR
Also receiving votes: McClymonds (14-7, 5 points), Las Lomas (15-7, 1). The East Bay Boys Basketball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group East Bay. Records are through Saturday.
* indicates number of first place votes

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Reynolds leaning toward Arizona State, coach said

Contra Costa College football star Deonte Reynolds is leaning toward signing with Arizona State on Wednesday, Comets coach Alonzo Carter said tonight.
The 6-foot-5, 320-pound Pinole Valley High graduate is rated as a three-star defensive tackle by Scout.com. and rivals.com. Iowa State and Fresno State are also in Reynolds’ final three schools, Carter said.
Carter said that other Comets who will be signing include offensive tackle Daris Workman (North Carolina State), defensive back Marquez Mackey (New Mexico), nose tackle Brandon Wright (Jackson State) and defensive tackle James Reid (Jackson State).

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East Bay Boys Basketball Poll – 1/28

Except for the Dragons, there has been movement in the top five, and also other places in our poll:

East Bay High School BOYS BASKETBALL POLL
Rank, School Rec. Pts LW
1. Bish. O’Dowd (5)* 12-3 75 1
2. Campolindo 15-2 70 3
3. De La Salle 15-2 64 2
4. Moreau Cath. 13-5 57 5
5. Monte Vista 16-2 55 6
6. El Cerrito 17-3 54 4
7. San Ramon Vly. 15-3 45 7
8. Saint Mary’s 14-6 40 8
9. Salesian 13-7 34 10
10. Berkeley 12-6 24 13
11. College Park 15-4 23 9
12. Foothill 13-5 19 11
13. San Leandro 13-5 18 12
14. Liberty 15-3 9 NR
15. Las Lomas 12-6 8 15
Also receiving votes: Albany (20-1, 2), Castro Valley (11-6, 1). The East Bay Boys Basketball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group East Bay. Records are through Saturday.
* indicates number of first place votes