Community Corner: Bay Area Teens Receive National Leadership AwardThe Helen Diller Family Foundation presents ten young leaders in volunteerism nation-wide with the annual Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards and $36,000 each in recognition of their leadership, innovation and commitment to making the world a better place.
Peninsula Water Polo Coach Gets Prison Sentence For Sex AbuseA former Aragon High School water polo coach convicted of sexually abusing a student collapsed to the floor of a San Mateo County courtroom Wednesday morning when he was sentenced to two years in state prison for his crimes, the district attorney said.
Gold Medalist Sisters To Be Honored In Their Hometown of DanvilleDanville community members will host a celebration in honor of the Olympic gold medallist Steffens Sisters who return home from London this weekend...
Bay Area Women Lead U.S. Water Polo To GoldMaggie Steffens was the team's best player at these Games, scoring 21 for the tournament and five in Thursday's final. She gave the team the go-ahead score, at 3-2, with 5:36 left in the half. The U.S. would not relinquish that lead.
Stanford Water Polo Player Scores 7 Goals In Olympic WinIn her Olympic debut, the 19-year-old Californian scored seven goals—six in the first half alone—and the U.S. women’s water polo team survived a pesky Hungarian squad to win its opening match Monday at the London Games 14-13.
Belvedere Man Is Oldest Living Olympic Gold Medalist98-year old Alex Tarics particpated in the Berlin games in 1936, helping the Hungarian team win gold in water polo.
San Mateo Water Polo Coach Pleads Not Guilty To Student Sex AssaultA water polo coach at a San Mateo high school accused of engaging in an inappropriate relationship with a 17-year-old student pleaded not guilty Thursday to sexual assault charges, prosecutors said.