Cardenas among winners in Alameda Tennis Tournament

  • Bryan Cardenas won the Men's Singles 40-4.5 title in the 100th Annual City of Alameda Tennis Tournament on Sept. 7-8 at the Fairfield Tennis Courts at Washington Park. Cardenas defeated Luis Hernandez 6-3, 6-1 in the final. Omar Ted Panugaling defeated Edgar Setton 6-0, 6-1 in the Men's Singles 3.5 or below final. Cardenas and Alfred Feria won the Men's Doubles 4.0-4.5 title. Paul Nguyen and John Nguyen won the Men's Doubles 3.5 or below title.

    -- Staff

    Rabb to attend USA Basketball camp

  • Bishop O'Dowd High boys basketball star Ivan Rabb will be among 35 players who will attend an October mini-camp of the 2013-14 USA Basketball Men's Developmental National Team. The camp will take place on Oct. 5-6 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. Rabb, a 6-foot-9 junior power forward, is one of only four Californians among the 35 players and the only Northern California player.

    -- Staff

    On deck

  • Albany at Piedmont, football, Sept. 13, 7 p.m. -- One of these teams will earn their first win of the season in the Highlanders' home opener.

  • Rodriguez-Fairfield at Encinal, football, Sept. 13, 7 p.m. -- Encinal will attempt to carry the momentum from its victory in its opener against the 0-1 Mustangs.

  • Ed Sias Invitational, cross country, Sept. 14, 10:40 a.m. -- The annual race will be held at Hidden Lakes Park in Martinez this year due to ongoing renovation of Hidden Valley Park. The varsity boys races begin at 10:40 a.m. and varsity girls races start at 11:30 a.m.

    Stars of the week

  • Kenness Cheung, Alameda girls golf -- Cheung shot an even-par 30 at Monarch Bay Golf Club in San Leandro on Sept. 3 for medalist honors in the Hornets' 175-191 West Alameda County Conference victory over San Leandro. She had two birdies and five pars in the round.

  • Emily Rentschler, Encinal football -- The senior connected on a 20-yard field goal with four seconds remaining to lift the Jets to a 13-10 victory over Aptos. Rentschler also had a 30-yard field goal in the win.

  • Keilan Benjamin, El Cerrito football -- The senior quarterback passed for 289 yards, connecting on 19 of his 36 passes, and rushed for a team-high 85 yards in the Gauchos' 28-25 loss to Bellarmine College Prep-San Jose on Sept. 7. Benjamin also rushed for two touchdowns and passed for one.

  • James Lewis, Oakland Tech football -- The Bulldogs quarterback rushed for a game-high 137 yards on nine carries, including TD runs of 56- and 41-yards, and passed for 137 yards and another TD in a 37-14 victory over Pinole Valley on Sept. 6.

  • Lorenzo Logwood, St. Mary's football -- Logwood rushed for a game-high 124 yards, including a 5-yard touchdown, in a 36-13 loss to Miramonte on Sept. 6.

  • Lucy Moradian, College Prep girls volleyball -- The junior outside hitter slammed 14 kills and also had four digs and two blocks in a 25-20, 25-21, 25-15 victory over Berean Christian on Sept. 5.

  • Noah Suszckiwicz, Berkeley football -- The junior quarterback, a transfer from Oakland Tech, completed 16 of his 27 passes for 192 yards and no interceptions in a 20-6 loss to Monte Vista on Sept. 6.

  • Gabriel Watson, Piedmont football -- Watson, a sophomore, rushed for 139 yards and two touchdowns in the Highlanders' 28-21 loss to Piedmont on Sept. 6.