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Warriors drop game two 135-131

Warriors drop game two 135-131

| April 17, 2019 | 0 Comments

Photos by Tod Fierner  (Martinez News-Gazette)

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Bulldogs big home win keeps them atop DVAL standings

Bulldogs big home win keeps them atop DVAL standings

| February 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

By MATT SIEGER Martinez News-Gazette Contributor MARTINEZ, Calif. – The Alhambra High boys basketball team (15-8, 6-1 league) is tied for first place in the Diablo-Valley League. But they take no team for granted. So when the Ygnacio Valley Warriors (12-11, 2-5 league) stepped onto Alhambra’s court Tuesday night, the Bulldogs were not looking past […]

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Bulldogs run away from Red Devils 85-51

Bulldogs run away from Red Devils 85-51

| January 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

By MATT SIEGER Martinez Gazette Contributor MARTINEZ, Calif. – Ultimately, it was a blowout, as Alhambra defeated Mt. Diablo in Tuesday night’s Diablo-Valley league basketball game, 85-51. But in a fast-paced first quarter, junior guard Trevion Williams was scoring at will for the Red Devils, keeping his team in the game. It was 13-13 when […]

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Warriors win over Memphis at Oracle for fourth straight time 110-93

| December 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

Steph Curry and Kevin Durant have historical nights By FELICIA D. PURCELL The Warriors returned home winning their second in a row over the Memphis Grizzlies 110-93 but the news of the night was Steph Curry’s 15,000th point in team history joining Wilt Chamberlin, Rich Barry, Paul Arizin and Chris Mullin. “Just a pretty humbling […]

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Bulldogs rebound from ‘toughest week’

Bulldogs rebound from ‘toughest week’

| December 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

By MATT SIEGER News-Gazette Contributor MARTINEZ, Calif. – After three consecutive losses last week, the Alhambra High basketball team had to make a choice. “We had quite possibly our toughest week of the season,” said coach Chris Petiti. “We played three road games against three teams that are tough and well coached with quality players. […]

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Bulldogs put away Gauchos 58-44

Bulldogs put away Gauchos 58-44

| December 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

By MATT SIEGER Martinez News-Gazette Contributor MARTINEZ, Calif. – For Alhambra basketball coach Chris Petiti, it’s all about his team achieving its potential. He calls it chasing the unicorn. “They are this wonderful, magnificent animal that we haven’t quite yet found, but are still eager to see,” he explains. “Similarly, we have this vision of […]

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‘Dogs rebound for Winter Tournament win

‘Dogs rebound for Winter Tournament win

| December 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Alhambra Bulldogs basketball team took third place in the annual Alhambra Winter Tourna-ment on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Capuchino Mustangs (Millbrae) 58-52. The first quarter was a seesaw offensive battle. The Dogs (3-1) took a 16-14 lead on a three-point play by Brody Eglite, but the Mustangs (0-3) tied it at 16-all on a […]

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Bulldogs ride defense to opening win

Bulldogs ride defense to opening win

| November 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

By MATT SIEGER Martinez Gazette Contributor MARTINEZ, Calif. – There’s a fascinating video from the Planet Earth television series in which a polar bear is looking to feast on a walrus. You can find it on YouTube. The narration begins, “There will be no easy meals on this island.” That’s because the walrus herd forms an […]

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A Golden Parade of Fun!

A Golden Parade of Fun!

| June 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Warriors celebrate third championship in four years with fans By FELICIA D. PURCELL Martinez News-Gazette It was quiet a year for the Warriors, injuries to Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala and for the first time in four years they went into the postseason without home court advantage. After sweeping the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA […]

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Rockets blow out Warriors to even series

Rockets blow out Warriors to even series

| May 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

Houston blows Golden State out of the Toyota Center 127-105 By FELICIA D. PURCELL Martinez News-Gazette What a difference a game makes. Golden State made the necessary adjustments in the second half on Monday and Wednesday the World Champions looked like Houston on Monday in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals getting punched in […]

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