Football-Prep

Friday Nonleague

  • Mt. Eden vs. Albany at Albany MS, 6:30 p.m.

  • Hercules at Acalanes, 7 p.m.

  • Dublin vs. Alameda at Thompson Field, 7 p.m.

  • College Park at Alhambra, 7 p.m.

  • Washington at California, 7 p.m.

  • Heritage at Campolindo, 7 p.m.

    A closer look: The Division III Cougars challenge themselves against the Division I Patriots in their opener. Jack Stephens will play quarterback for Campolindo while returning starter Andrew Zolintakis recovers from a stress fracture in his throwing arm. Heritage will play its first game under new coach Don Sanders.

  • Emery at De Anza, 7 p.m.

  • Antioch at Franklin-Stockton, 7 p.m.

  • Amador Valley at Freedom, 7 p.m.

    A closer look: The Dons held on for a wild 29-27 win over the Falcons in Pleasanton last season. Amador is rebuilding after advancing to the North Coast Section Division I semifinals. Quarterbacks Zeke Burgermeister and Ronnie Jones have been vying for the starting spot. Parker Newman and Collin Miller are primary targets. The Falcons, who fell to California in the NCS quarterfinals, will feature running back Joe Mixon, one of the country's top recruits, and four or five other playmakers. They expect to contend for a second straight Bay Valley Athletic League title.

  • Windsor at Granada, 7 p.m.

  • Northgate vs. Hayward at Sunset Field, 7 p.m.

  • Piedmont at Justin-Siena-Napa, 7 p.m.

  • Bishop O'Dowd at Las Lomas, 7 p.m.

    A closer look: Both the Dragons and the Knights will be aiming for a good start to their seasons after experiencing some changes. Bishop O'Dowd has only five starters returning from last year's team, but one of those players is Chris Hagmaier, who started two games last year as a sophomore. The Knights have a new head coach in Mike Downing, a 1999 Las Lomas graduate. Two-way starters Greyson Bromstad and Cole Gravitt are back, but the Knights graduated a massive senior class.

  • Concord at Liberty, 7 p.m.

  • Castro Valley at Monte Vista, 7 p.m.

    A closer look: In last year's opener for both teams, both offenses were having success in a 35-22 Mustangs victory. That could be the case again in this year's game. The Trojan offensive players have another season of experience using the wing-T, and running back Demareyeh Lane is a major weapon. Monte Vista quarterback Nikita Zamora and a talented offensive line could be tough to stop.

  • Moreau Catholic at Mt. Diablo, 7 p.m.

  • Dougherty Valley at Newark Memorial, 7 p.m.

  • Bethel-Vallejo at Oakland Tech, 7 p.m.

  • Salesian at Richmond, 7 p.m.

  • Valley Christian-Dublin vs. San Leandro at Burrell Field, 7 p.m.

  • Pittsburg at Analy-Sebastopol, 7:30 p.m.

  • Livermore at Benicia, 7:30 p.m.

  • San Ramon Valley at Buhach Colony-Atwater, 7:30 p.m.

  • Ygnacio Valley vs. Clovis East at Lamonica Stadium, Clovis, 7:30 p.m.

  • Clayton Valley Charter at De La Salle, 7:30 p.m.

    A closer look: The Justin Alumbaugh era kicks off at De La Salle with the Spartans taking on a fellow 2012 Northern California regional championship game participant in the Eagles. Both squads feature experienced offensive lines, though De La Salle also has many of its top skill players returning, while Clayton Valley needs to break in new starters at those positions. Both defenses are looking to grow up. Clayton Valley has some positive history against the Spartans. In 2004, the Eagles emerged with a 17-17 tie.

  • McClymonds at Highlands-North Highlands, 7:30 p.m.

  • South Fork at John Swett, 7:30 p.m.

  • James Logan at Del Oro-Loomis, 7:30 p.m.

    A closer look: The Colts, who fell 20-13 to the Sac-Joaquin Section power Golden Eagles last season, have a new look after graduating the likes of East Bay Player of the Year Warren Miles Long, Jeffrey Prothro Jr. and Damond Beasley, but new quarterback Christian Leota has a strong arm and running back Ahki Muhammad, bound for Nevada, is a go-to threat. The Colts defense is quick and strong in the secondary. The Golden Eagles, coming off a 7-6 season, have a strong offensive line and feature tight end Tyler Meteer and defensive lineman Tanner Woods.

  • Stellar Prep-Hayward at Mendota, 7:30 p.m.

  • El Cerrito at Sutter, 7:30 p.m.

  • Pinole Valley at Montgomery-Santa Rosa, 7:30 p.m.

    Golf-G

    EBAL Monte Vista 216, California 223

    At Round Hill CC, Alamo, par 36

    37 -- Zhang (MV); 43 -- Throung (C), Guimaraes (C), Chiang (MV); 44 -- Tian (C); 45 -- Terciano (C), Phillips (MV), Suh (MV); 46 -- Nanda (MV); 48 -- Zeng (C). Records: Monte Vista 2-0 EBAL, California 1-1 EBAL.

    Amador Valley 203, Livermore inc.

    At Ruby Hill GC, Pleasanton, par 36

    35 -- Liu (AV); 42 -- Lujan (AV), Kim (AV), Sinha (AV), Lin (AV); 48 -- Graliato (L); 59 -- Singh (L); 65 -- Range (L); 70 -- Orr (L). Records: Amador Valley 2-1, 2-0 EBAL; Livermore 0-2 EBAL.

    San Ramon V. 235, Granada 235

    At Poppy Ridge, Merlot course, Livermore, par 36. Note: San Ramon Valley won on sixth-score tiebreaker

    38 -- Robles (G); 40 -- Podgorski (SRV); 42 -- Haider (G); 43 -- Riele (SRV); 45 -- Bautista (G); 49 -- Espinoza (SRV); 50 -- Despotakis (G); 51 -- Buenavista (SRV); 52 -- Guevara (SRV), Korinke (SRV); 60 -- Vales (G); 61 -- Woods (G). Records: San Ramon Valley 1-1, Granada 0-3.

    Carondelet 192, Foothill 211

    At Callippe Preserve, Pleasanton, par 36

    36 -- Virtusio (C); 37 -- Ipsen (C); 38 -- Haverty (C), Jasuja (F); 39 -- Adams (C), Hsu (F); 40 -- Huang (F); 42 -- Ransom (C); 46 -- Ren (F); 48 -- Nguyen (F).

    WACC Piedmont 303, San Leandro 356

    At Claremont CC, Oakland, par 36

    50 -- Loduca (P); 52 -- Karasik (P); 60 -- Kong (P); 69 -- Montoya (SL); 70 -- Rogers (P); 71 -- Tuan (P), Galindo (SL); 72 -- Ikeda (SL), Antonio (SL), Herrera (SL).

    Nonleague Heritage 214, Northgate 317

    At Deer Ridge, Brentwood, par 36

    38 -- Conder (H); 40 -- Bondoc (H); 43 -- Calinisan (H), Hunt (H); 50 -- Dickerson (H); 58 -- Tamura (N); 61 -- Baker (N); 64 -- Hecht (N); 67 ---Lee (N), Van Uden (N). Records: Heritage 1-0, Northgate 0-1.

    Wednesday Nonleague Dougherty V. 210, Amador V. 219

    At Blackhawk CC, Danville, Falls Course, par 36

    36 -- Yoonhee Kim (DV), Hu (DV); 37 -- Liu (AV); 42 -- E. Lin (AV); 45 -- R. Lin (DV); 46 -- Cha (DV), Yehna Kim (AV); 47 -- Khemani (DV), Jadhav (AV), Sinha (AV).

    Tuesday EBAL Monte Vista 212, Granada 246

    At Round Hill CC, Alamo, par 36

    40 -- Zhang (MV), Phillips (MV); 41 -- Giampaoli (MV); 42 -- Robles (G); 45 -- Nanda (MV); 46 -- Haider (G), Suh (MV); 49 -- Despotakis (G); 52 -- Bautista (G); 57 -- Vales (G). Records: Monte Vista 1-0 overall and EBAL, Granada 0-2, 0-1.

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    Wednesday Nonleague Bishop O'Dowd 5, Moreau Cath. 2

    Singles: McCroden (BOD) d. Dawang 6-1, 6-0; DeTurk (BOD) d. Ma 6-0, 6-0; Shetty (MC) d. Senegal 6-0, 6-3; DeLeon (MC) d. Berry 6-1, 6-3. Doubles: Hawkins/Cypher (BOD) d. Molina/Young 7-5, 0-6, 7-5; Wilson/Parker (BOD) d. Cullen/Vierga 6-3, 6-3; Craney/Feinstein/Hillsman d. Ho/Gibson 6-3, 6-0.

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    Nonleague Redwood Christian d. Contra Costa Christian

    Scores: 25-3, 25-8, 25-7. Record: Redwood Christian 1-0.

    Bentley d. Chinese Christian

    Scores: 25-19, 25-17, 25-22.

    Highlights: B -- Chapman 6 kills, McKee 6 kills, Barber 5 aces. Record: Bentley 1-0.

    Wednesday Cougar Classic

    College of Alameda Scores: COA d. Lassen 18-25, 25-23, 25-10, 25-21; COA d. Chabot 18-25, 25-23, 25-10, 25-21. Tournament highlights: COA -- Elliott 27 kills, 9 blocks; Carver 24 kills, 9 blocks, 21 digs; Green 23 kills, 32 digs.

    Water Polo-B

    Nonleague Clayton Valley C. 24, Liberty 3

    Halftime: 16-1. Scoring: CVC -- Brown 6, Cuneo 4, G. Blatter 3, S. Meylan 3, Calkins 2, Tate 2, C Blatter, Jennings, G. Meylan, White. L -- Schultz 2, Reinders. Saves: Renner (CVC) 3, Glenn (CVC) 1, Fancey (L) 3, Newman (L) 2.

    Amador Valley 7, Northgate 6

    Halftime: 3-3. Scoring: N -- Cropper 2, Kirkpatrick, Wardle, Lloyd, Tittle. AV -- S. Sornsen 4, T. Sornsen 2, Kim. Assists: N -- Kirkpatrick, Tittle, Levy, Cropper. AV -- T. Sornsen, Kim, Ackman, S. Sornsen. Saves: Williams (N) 11, Lamon (AV) 13. Records: Amador Valley 1-0, Northgate 0-1.

    Wednesday BVAL Heritage 18, Deer Valley 3

    Halftime: Heritage 10, Deer Valley 2. Scoring: DV -- Herington 2, Risden. H -- Goyette 5, Bryant 3, Strauss 3, Hunsinger 2, Comforti, Ellis, Zieman, Schafer, Peterson. Saves: Ortlieb (DV) 12, Matthiessen (H) 13.

    Nonleague Alhambra 11, Tamalpais 10

    Halftime: Alhambra 5, Tamalpais 2. Scoring: T -- Heuter 5, Reid, Osburn, DeCotta, Haechler, Tromleader. A -- Bull 5, Cisterman 4, Abbott, Chouinard. Saves: Tamalpais n/a, Brown (A) 7. Records: Alhambra 1-0, Tamalpais 0-1.

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    Nonleague Granada 24, Freedom 4

    Halftime: 14-4. Scoring: G -- Kohlmoos 10, Divita 4, Pena 4, Bukus 2, Mitchell 2, Borjon, Rocha. F -- Roeder 3, Yeazel. Saves: Bernstein (G) 11, Matous (F) 6.

    Wednesday BVAL Deer Valley 19, Heritage 7

    Halftime: Deer Valley 14, Heritage 0. Scoring: DV -- Ayers 6, Jenkins 6, V. Talens 3, T. Talens 2, Gonzales, Christensen. H -- Ivanova 3, Carlisle 2, Murray, Rose. Saves: Donohue (DV) 8, Carlisle (4).

    Liberty 17, Antioch 13

    Halftime: Liberty 9, Antioch 6. Scoring: L -- Heaney 7, J. Griffin 4, Doria 3, Dobbertin, H. Griffin, Olvera. A -- Graifman 7, Loomis 3, Anna Wareckiy 2, Ashlyn Wareckiy. Records: Liberty 1-0, Antioch 0-1.