Richmond Shooting Prompts Schedule Change for High School FootballVarsity high school football games in western Contra Costa County will now be starting early and school officials plan to restrict student attendance after three people were shot Friday night at a game in Richmond. Wilson Walker reports. (10-4-19)
Threat Leads to Cancellation of East Bay High School Football GamesTwo football games between San Leandro High and McClymonds High scheduled to be played this Friday have been canceled due to a threat, according to school officials. Andria Borba reports. (9-26-19)
Oakland's Own Will Cherry Returns to The Town for Warriors Basketball CampVern Glenn caught up with the pro-basketballer from Oakland back at a camp he attended as a kid. (8-16-19)
Youth Football Rules Changing for California PlayersWith youth football season getting ready for shoulder pads and helmets, coaches across California now have some new rules to dole out in addition to teaching slant patterns. Andria Borba reports. (8-1-19)
Major League Baseball Scouts De La Salle High PitcherA top baseball prospect at an East Bay high school has caught the eye of Major League Baseball scouts. Don Ford reports. (5-2-19)
Menlo School Knights Girls Basketball Team Vies for State ChampionshipKPIX 5's Vern Glenn headed down the peninsula to Atherton to check on the girls at Menlo School as they got ready to play in Sacramento for the Division II state title game on Saturday. (3-8-19)
Three Oakland High School Girls Basketball Teams Make It to State ChampionshipThree high schools in Oakland are playing in the state girls' basketball championships: Bishop O'Dowd, Oakland High and Oakland Tech are competing in their respective divisions. Da Lin reports from Sacramento. (3-8-19)
SF Soccer Team Dedicates Win To Injured Teammate Who Lost Family In CrashThe Mission High School Boys Soccer Team arrived home Saturday night champions, but as Betty Yu reports, their teammate, Aaron Villareal, was not far from their thoughts.
Hundreds Mourn High School Baseball Player Killed in Campbell Crash After GameHundreds gathered Thursday night to remember Kirk Vasquez, a student and baseball player at Westmont High School, who died in a car crash in Campbell earlier this week. Maria Medina reports. (2-28-19)
Parents Behaving Badly Nearly Blocked from Kids' Soccer GameParents in Healdsburg were almost banned from watching their kids' soccer games on Thursday night. Wilson Walker reports. (1-31-19)
Brentwood's Liberty High Football Team Takes Aim at State TitleHigh school football wraps up this weekend and last but definitely not least on the state title schedule is Brentwood's Liberty High School. Dennis O'Donnell reports. (12-13-18)
Empower Academy in S.F. Builds Minds Along With Athletic Skills on Basketball CourtVern Glenn checks out a remarkable basketball program in San Francisco that strives to teach young athletes as much about life as about sport. (11-30-18)
Parents of Drowned Danville Teen File Claim Blaming PE TeacherThe parents of a Danville teenager who drowned in the San Ramon Valley High School swimming pool are taking legal action. Ben Curry died in early May during a swimming drill in PE class. The claim point blame at the boy's teacher. (10-5-18)
Going Pro? Amateur Golf Phenom Takes Her Game InternationalVern Glenn tells the story of Yealimi Noh, a local junior amateur golfer, who is about to go international. Turns out, the teen had quite the summer. (9-21-18)
Vern Glenn in the Field: San Rafael Football Back in the Win ColumnImagine having three winless seasons in a row. Vern Glenn takes a look at a Marin school that finally said, "Enough!" (9-14-18)
Oakland Unified Cutting 10 High School Team Sports To Save MoneyReturning high school students in Oakland will have future options when it comes to team sports. Da Lin explains the district is cutting out 10 programs to save money and girls will be impacted the most.
De La Salle Spartans Beat Folsom Bulldogs, Preserve StreakThe Spartans came into Friday night's game having never lost a game to a Northern California team since 1991. Last year's champions, the Folsom Bulldogs hit the field hoping to change that. Christin Ayers reports. (8-17-18)
Bay Area Teen Marathon Swimmer Goes for California's Triple CrownAngel More is just 15 years old but she's already conquered the Catalina Channel, Alcatraz-to-S.F. and now she's hoping to cross Lake Tahoe. Mary Lee reports. (7-6-18)
Concussion Prevention Program Comes to East Bay High SchoolCongressman Mark DeSaulnier along with a former Raiders player and former 49ers player went to Ygnacio Valley High in Concord to for an event they call "Concussion Prevention for Student Athletes." Da Lin reports. (5-31-18)
High School Barristers Battle in Mock Court CompetitionHere's a high school "sport" that's fielding teams from around the country this weekend -- instead of a referee, there's a judge; instead of a scoreboard there's a jury and the playing field is a courtroom. Vern Glenn reports. (5-11-18)
Community Gets Pleasanton High School Wrestler Paralyzed In Freak Accident A Custom CarAn entire community stepped up to help a Pleasanton teen who was paralyzed after a wrestling accident. Juliette Goodrich shows us how they made Myles Molnar's wish for a custom car come true.
Golden State Warriors Team Up With Special Olympics To Host Basketball ClinicSome student athletes with developmental disabilities got to play ball with the pros Tuesday. John Ramos tells us about Freedom High School's annual Unified Basketball Clinic put on by the Warriors and Special Olympics.
East Bay High School Girls Soccer Team Rated No. 1 Goes for Division-1 TitleVern Glenn profiles the Lady Mustangs of Monte Vista. (3-9-18)
CA Considers Ban On Minors Playing Tackle FootballCalifornia lawmakers are considering a bill to ban minors from playing tackle football before high school.