Sacred Heart Preparatory alumnae Tierna Davidson (2016) and Abby Dahlkemper (2011) have been named to the U.S. women’s national soccer team Tokyo Olympics roster. Devin Fehely reports. (7-18-21)

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2 Women Grads From S.F. Peninsula Prep School Named to U.S. Olympics Soccer TeamSacred Heart Preparatory alumnae Tierna Davidson (2016) and Abby Dahlkemper (2011) have been named to the U.S. women’s national soccer team Tokyo Olympics roster. Devin Fehely reports. (7-18-21)
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Asian American Teen Punched, Called Racial Slur at Youth Basketball TournamentCaught on camera: a San Jose teenager was punched in the head and, allegedly, called racial slurs during a tournament basketball game in Oakland on Saturday. Maria Medina reports. (5-2-21)
Bay Area Football Phenom Najee Harris Drafted by SteelersOn Thursday afternoon during the NFL draft it took a little longer than he hoped but Najee Harris, the leading rusher in Bay Area preps history, finally had his NFL dreams come true. Andrea Nakano reports (4-29-21)
Youth and COVID: Experts, Educators Evaluate Virus' Risk for Student AthleticsWith more young people back playing sports and in schools KPIX asked some experts: what's the risk of spreading COVID-19? Elizabeth Cook reports. (4-8-21)
Oakland Athletic League Football Kicks Off Shortened SeasonFootball teams from Oakland schools returned to the field on Saturday, beginning a season that was delayed six months due to the pandemic. Da Lin reports. (3-27-21)
Mount Diablo High School Players, Cheer Team Open Virus-Delayed Season at HomeMount Diablo High School in Concord opened its football season at home Friday but many on the team wondered if this night would ever come. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-19-21)
Friday Night Lights Shine Over Bay Area With Return of High School FootballMarch is typically not the time of year for football but the Friday night lights are back on as schools in the Bay Area try to salvage some sort of season. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-12-21)
California Indoor Youth Sports Cleared to Resume Following SettlementAdvocacy group "Let Them Play" announced Thursday that it reached a deal with the state to allow all indoor youth sports to resume. Vern Glenn reports. (3-4-21)
High School Girl Sues San Mateo County, State of California to Allow Indoor Youth SportsThe family of a Redwood City high school girl volleyball player is suing San Mateo County and the state of California demanding changes in COVID-19 restrictions to let the girls play. Katie Nielsen reports. (2-26-21)
State Releases New Guidelines to Allow Return of Youth SportsCalifornia announced new guidelines that will allow for youth sports in counties with low coronavirus case rates. Da Lin reports. (2-19-21)
COVID: After Months Cooped Up Student Athletes Back On The Field At Castlemont HighSome high school athletes in Oakland were glad to be back on the field again along with their coaches and parents. Andria Borba tells us it isn't an official football practice yet, but it's a step in the right direction.
East Bay Girl Makes Moves at the Ballet Barre and Football FieldPinkie Schnayer has always loved dance but, twice a week, the 14-year-old trades in her ballet shoes for cleats as one of two girls on the Campolindo High School football team in Moraga. Michelle Griego reports. (2-6-21)
Parents, Coaches and Teachers Rally to Resume Youth SportsAndria Borba reports from San Ramon where a large crowd is demanding the return of youth athletics in California. (1-29-21)
COVID Restrictions: Santa Clara Co. Youth Sports Teams Slam New RestrictionsWhile the state's stay-at-home order has been lifted, youth sports teams in Santa Clara County are criticizing new guidelines put in place by local health officials. Kiet Do reports. (1/27/21)
Students, Parents Around Bay Area Rally to Restore Youth SportsRallies are taking place across the state and Bay Area to reopen youth sports. They're all part of a movement called "let them play." Juliette Goodrich reports from Livermore. (1-15-21)
Pandemic Prompts Rise in School Mountain Biking ProgramsMountain biking is a fast-growing school sport. thriving during the pandemic. Students say it helps them learn to conquer challenges on and off the trails. Allen Martin reports. (12-7-20)
California High School Football Among Fall Sports Delayed by PandemicHigh school football and other sports typically played in the fall have been pushed to the winter and spring months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the California Interscholastic Federation announced Monday. Len Ramirez reports. (7-20-20)
High School Student Athletes in Brentwood Test Positive for CoronavirusHigh school athletes in Contra Costa County test positive for COVID-19 and now all summer training programs are being canceled. Da Lin reports. (7-16-20)
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Warriors Take Basketball Camp Online – and InternationalGolden State's season is over this year, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic but, for youth, the season is just beginning with Warriors Basketball Academy coaches providing real-time feedback in a virtual camp setting. Vern Glenn reports. (6-7-20)
Santa Rosa Grad Heads to Arizona to Play Wheelchair Basketball for the WildcatsMeet Ben Thompson. If you think you can best him in hoops you better sit down. Vern Glenn reports from Santa Rosa. (5-30-20)
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