Here are the latest East Bay High School girls soccer rankings.
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Here’s our second East Bay Girls Basketball Poll of the season. There are some changes, both at the top and in the final five spots.
|1. St. Mary’s (5)||8-2||75||4|
|3. Bishop O’Dowd||8-3||64||2|
|6. Monte Vista||11-0||50||6|
|8. Moreau Catholic||10-2||40||8|
|9. Deer Valley||9-4||35||9|
|11. Castro Valley||10-2||25||t12|
|13. Clayton Valley Charter||7-4||17||11|
Also receiving votes: Campolindo (6-5, 1 point), Dublin (7-6, 1). Records are through Jan. 4. The East Bay Girls Basketball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group East Bay.
Here’s our second East Bay Boys Basketball Poll of the season. There has been some movement in the last half of the poll.
|1. Bishop O’Dowd (5)||5-4||75||1|
|2. El Cerrito||14-0||70||2|
|3. Monte Vista||12-0||65||3|
|4. San Ramon Valley||11-1||60||4|
|7. De La Salle||7-3||46||t7|
|9. Castro Valley||8-4||35||t7|
|10. St. Joseph Notre Dame||9-3||34||9|
|12. Dougherty Valley||10-3||19||11|
|13. Amador Valley||10-2||14||t13|
|14. Moreau Catholic||9-3||10||15|
|15. College Park||7-3||7||12|
Also receiving votes: St. Mary’s (12-2, 5 points). Records are through Jan. 4. The East Bay Boys Basketball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group East Bay.
It is looking more and more like a Danville school will win the North Coast Section Division I girls soccer championship again this season.
But which one? Not an easy call.
Former Laney College star punter Jed Barnett will compete for Oklahoma against Alabama in Thursday’s Allstate Sugar Bowl.
Ex-Chabot College DL Jaryl Mamea is poised to start for Central Florida against high-powered Baylor in Wednesday’s Tostidos Fiesta Bowl.
Freedom High star running back Joe Mixon announced his top three teams Saturday afternoon via Twitter.
“Top 3:Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Ucla! 3 Hats on Table at Army Game!” he tweeted. Mixon has said that he plans to announce his decision at the Army All-American Game on Jan. 4 in San Antonio.
On Dec. 3, he announced that Cal was one of his top four teams, but it didn’t make the cutdown to three schools Saturday.
Mixon rushed for 1,704 yards and 28 touchdowns in 11 games his senior year, including 470 yards and nine touchdowns in two North Coast Section playoff games. He produced 4,281 rushing yards and 76 touchdowns during his three-year varsity career.
Five players on the Contra Costa College football team this year are headed to Division I schools, said coach Alonzo Carter.
Defensive back Dominique Harrison is headed to Oregon, Carter said. Harrison, a 5-foot-11, 185-pound defensive back, was the California Region III Defensive Player of the Year this season.
Two Comets signed with Florida A & M. — Antoine Pickett, the De La Salle High graduate who was an all-California Region III defensive back this season, and fullback Keir Abrams, a Berkeley High graduate.
The other two Comets headed to Division I schools are linebackers Travon Brooks (a McClymonds High graduate) to UC Davis and Darnell Dailey, an all-California Region III selection, to Texas State.