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Daily Madden: High School Football Practice Limits Need More Study

A bill awaiting Governor Brown’s signature would place strict limits on high school football practice.


An exterior view of Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara as it nears completion, May 13, 2014. (CBS)

De La Salle, Wilcox To Take Part In First High School Football Games At Levi’s Stadium

Two Bay Area high schools, including one of the nation’s most successful programs, will participate in first high school football games at the new home of the San Francisco 49ers.


Vallejo welcome sign at city limits. (CBS)

School Officials Consider Name Change For Vallejo High’s Apache Mascot

School officials are considering changing the name of Vallejo High School’s American Indian mascot.


According to police, a group of casual carpoolers were robbed on this sidewalk near Claremont and Hudson in Oakland on September 23, 2013. (CBS)

Oakland Teen Accused Of Robbing Carpoolers Was Promising Athlete

A teen accused of robbing a group of casual carpoolers in Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood Monday morning was a talented football player with a college scholarship.


Football. (CBS)

Martinez’ Alhambra High Struggles To Finance Athletic Programs

Many Bay Area high-school athletic programs are feeling the pinch of declining revenue, including one in Contra Costa County that is trying to spread the wealth with dwindling dollars.


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De La Salle High Football Team Looks To Continue Winning Tradition

To begin the 2013 football season, De La Salle finds itself in a familiar position: On top of the high school football world.



Sexual Hazing Incident Leads To 5 Expulsions, Firing Of Vallejo Coach

The head football coach at St. Patrick-St. Vincent High School in Vallejo was fired Friday and five varsity football players were expelled because of alleged hazing incidents of a sexual nature that occurred last fall.


An injured 49er is attended to on the field. (Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Daily Madden: It’s Time To Consolidate Sports Injury Research

With more attention focused on the long term effects of sports injuries, John Madden said studies and research need to be better organized.


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Concord’s De La Salle Defeats Westlake 35-0 For State Championship

Tiapepe Vitale and Bart Houston ran for two touchdowns each to lead Concord De La Salle to a 35-0 victory over Westlake in the California State Open Division Championship on Saturday night.



Moraga Campolindo High Loses Division III Crown To Fresno Washington Union, 21-16

Moraga Campolindo High committed five turnovers, two inside Fresno Washington Union’s 20-yard line, allowing Washington Union to escape with a 21-16 victory and the California State Division III Championship Saturday at the Home Depot Center in Carson.