Pleasanton Weekly

Sports - August 26, 2011

Sports digest

BUSC's U-11 wins Summer Classic

The Pleasanton U11 Premier came out on top at the recent BUSC Summer Classic in Pleasanton.

Ian Ritchie scored two goals and Mario Anaya scored one in the final game against Castro Valley.

Football preview next week

The cover story in next week's Pleasanton Weekly will visit the new season's prospects on the high school football fields. Coaches Rick Sira at Amador Valley High and Matt Sweeney at Foothill High make sure that this crosstown rivalry is built on mutual respect, says writer Dennis Miller.

Prep sports in high gear

Fall means football but for other athletes at the high schools, it means other sports as well: cross country, girls golf, girls tennis, girls and boys water polo, girls volleyball and cheerleading.

Winter sports are boys and girls basketball, boys and girls soccer, wrestling and cheerleading. In the spring, the high schools compete in baseball, boys golf, boys and girls lacrosse, softball, swimming and diving, boys tennis, track and field, and boys volleyball.

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