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Meet SBLive's 2022 All-North Coast Section Boys Basketball teams: Campolindo's Aidan Mahaney is Player of the Year

With the 2022 California high school basketball season in the books, it's time to hand out some awards.Here are SBLive's Boys Basketball All-North Coast Section first and second teams. The Section wide teams were compiled by SBLive reporter Connor Morrissette and include a Player of the Year.G: Aidan Mahaney - Campolindo - SeniorMahaney is a St. Mary’s signee. The senior averaged a team high 17.2 points per game and 3.9 assists per game for the North Coast Section Open Division champion Cougars.G: Cade Be...

With the 2022 California high school basketball season in the books, it's time to hand out some awards.

Here are SBLive's Boys Basketball All-North Coast Section first and second teams. The Section wide teams were compiled by SBLive reporter Connor Morrissette and include a Player of the Year.

G: Aidan Mahaney - Campolindo - Senior

Mahaney is a St. Mary’s signee. The senior averaged a team high 17.2 points per game and 3.9 assists per game for the North Coast Section Open Division champion Cougars.

G: Cade Bennett - Campolindo - Senior

Bennett was the second best player on Northern California's second best team. The senior averaged 10.9 points and 5.4 rebounds per game for the 28-2 Cougars.

G: Ryan Beasley - Dougherty Valley - Junior

Beasley was named the East Bay Athletic League Player of the Year this season. He averaged a whopping 30.2 points per game to go along with 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 2.2 steals per contest. All four of those marks led Dougherty Valley.

Blair had a terrific freshman season for De La Salle. He was named to the All-East Bay Athletic League first team and scored a game high 21 points in the Spartans' 51-50 Open Division championship defeat to De La Salle.

G: Courtney Anderson - Dublin - Junior

Anderson averaged 20.1 points per game for Dublin this season. He was named to the All-East Bay Athletic League first team.

F: Kevin Gad - Granada - Senior

Gad is another All-East Bay Athletic League first team pick. The senior scored a game high 24 points in a 52-47 league defeat to De La Salle on Feb. 3rd.

Semany was instrumental in leading De La Salle to the EBAL Tournament championship this season scoring 10 points in the title game to beat Granada 57-44. He was named an All-East Bay Athletic League first team selection for his efforts.

G: Jeremiah Dargan - Clayton Valley Charter - Senior

Dargan averaged 15.3 points, 6.3 rebounds, 3 assists and 2.4 steals per game for the Division 1 champion Ugly Eagles this season.

G: James Frye - Miramonte - Senior

With Frye leading the way, Miramonte advanced to the Open Division semifinals and state playoffs this season. Frye averaged 17.1 points and 7.1 rebounds per game on the year.

F: Seamus Deely - San Ramon Valley - Sophomore

Deely was named to the All-East Bay Athletic League first team this season. He led the the Wolves to the Division 2 Section championship game in his sophomore season.

F: Tyler Harris - Salesian - Junior

Harris is one of the top college prospects in the North Coast Section. He scored 10 points in the Pride's 49-47 win over San Ramon Valley in the Division 2 North Coast Section championship game. Both Butler and Utah are recruiting the junior forward.

Vibe Volleyball competes at Northern California Volleyball Association

The Vibe Volleyball 17 Black team placed in the Gold Division at the Northern California Volleyball Association (NCVA) Power League Championships held in Reno, Nev., March 5-6. Vibe 17 Black was the only 17s team to have started playing this year in Bronze, moving through Silver, and ending their impressive season as No. 7 in the Gold Division. This cohesive team, led by their excellent coach, Kevin Ishizu, is full of camarader...

The Vibe Volleyball 17 Black team placed in the Gold Division at the Northern California Volleyball Association (NCVA) Power League Championships held in Reno, Nev., March 5-6. Vibe 17 Black was the only 17s team to have started playing this year in Bronze, moving through Silver, and ending their impressive season as No. 7 in the Gold Division. This cohesive team, led by their excellent coach, Kevin Ishizu, is full of camaraderie on and off the court and has players from high schools in the greater Lamorinda area: Acalanes, Campolindo, Las Lomas, Miramonte, and Northgate.
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Miramonte High School Teacher Named 'Teacher Of The Year'

She and a second teacher, from Dougherty Valley High School, will represent the county at the state Teacher of the Year program.LAMORINDA, CA —Kristen Plant of Miramonte High School is one of two 2021-2022 Contra Costa County Teachers of the Year, County Superintendent of Schools Lynn Mackey announced Thursday.The other teacher is Michelle Wilson of Dougherty Valley High School.The Teacher of the Year Program seeks to honor and recognize teachers throughout the county for the amazing work they do every day....

She and a second teacher, from Dougherty Valley High School, will represent the county at the state Teacher of the Year program.

LAMORINDA, CA —Kristen Plant of Miramonte High School is one of two 2021-2022 Contra Costa County Teachers of the Year, County Superintendent of Schools Lynn Mackey announced Thursday.

The other teacher is Michelle Wilson of Dougherty Valley High School.

The Teacher of the Year Program seeks to honor and recognize teachers throughout the county for the amazing work they do every day.

"Congratulations to Contra Costa County's newest Teachers of the Year," Contra Costa County Superintendent of Schools Lynn Mackey said. "This community thanks Kristen Plant and Michelle Wilson for being such stellar representatives of the teaching profession and we wish them luck as they participate in the state Teacher of the Year program. All 21 teachers who were honored this evening and each of their colleagues throughout the county deserve thanks and appreciation for the work they do to support students, especially in this unique and challenging time."

Plant is the first recipient of the award from the Acalanes Union High School District.

She is a 19-year veteran at Miramonte High School and is currently teaching English and Visual and Performing Arts.

A former speech competitor, she leads a nationally recognized public speaking and debate program which operates as both an academic elective and an extracurricular competitive speech and debate team.

Plant is a graduate of Georgetown University and earned her teaching credential at Cal State East Bay.

According to the county, she holds leadership positions in several associations including the National Speech and Debate Association, and the California High School Speech Association (CHSSA).

Plant was named CHSSA Coach of the Year in 2016.

She is also recognized as being a "tireless and compassionate advocate for racial equity on her campus," AUHSD Associate Superintendent Amy McNamara said. "She is one of the teachers I most admire in the district: she is thoughtful, positive, steps up to leadership opportunities, and is always thinking about how to make Miramonte High School a great place for all students."

"As a public speaking teacher, Ms. Plant goes above and beyond to support her students," Miramonte high school senior Isabelle Bennette, who also introduced Plant in a broadcast announcement Thursday night, said. "While in Public Speaking, I developed confidence and writing due, in large part, to Ms. Plant's guidance. She has been an incredible ally to marginalized student groups. Ms. Plant creates an atmosphere of empowerment, trust, and hope for all her students to grow and strive in."

Plant and Wilson go on to represent Contra Costa County at the California State Teacher of the Year competition. The State Teachers of the Year are expected to be announced in mid-October.

The county teacher of the year program is coordinated by the Contra Costa County Office of Education and supported by:

Volunteers gather in Miramonte to remove fire hazards from properties near KNP Complex Fire

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Becoming "firewise" in Fresno County.Work is underway to remove brush and clear other fire hazards from properties that came within a mile of the KNP Complex Fire.The flames have burned nearly 90,000 acres since sparking on September 10th in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks."The more we manage these forests, the more we cut the brush down, the more we make it safer and quicker for our firefighters to get in, knock the fire down and save lives and save properties. There's a l...

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Becoming "firewise" in Fresno County.

Work is underway to remove brush and clear other fire hazards from properties that came within a mile of the KNP Complex Fire.

The flames have burned nearly 90,000 acres since sparking on September 10th in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.

"The more we manage these forests, the more we cut the brush down, the more we make it safer and quicker for our firefighters to get in, knock the fire down and save lives and save properties. There's a lot of quality work going on," says State Assemblyman Jim Patterson.

Patterson joined volunteers Tuesday to help clean up properties and protect homes vulnerable to wildfires in Fresno County.

"I've been totally impressed with what they're doing, how much they're doing, how often they're doing it but we need more," he said.

Crews were able to clear about two acres worth of wildfire hazards Tuesday, but Patterson is calling on more people to join the effort.

"This is the first time I've ever had volunteers in here," says property owner Patrick McCaig.

McCaig has owned his property for 30 years and says it would typically take him all winter to do what the team of volunteers was able to accomplish in just a matter of hours

"The community is pulling together after a number of years," he said. "We're getting some momentum and this is just one project. We'll do many others for other people and I'll volunteer on that. It's kind of like the old fashion barn raising, the community comes for a day of work then you move on to the next property."

With the help of the Oak to Timberline Fire Safe Council, about 60 properties in the area will receive the free cleanup. It's being organized by the Sierra Resource Conservation District thanks to grant funding from Sacramento.

"Anything we can do to clear the defensible space around the house will make it easier for CAL Fire if there is a huge fire. If it's not clear, they won't come in here and save it because it's too dangerous but if we clear it, they have a chance," said Kelly Kucharski with the Sierra Resource Conservation District.

Miramonte is working to become the first "firewise community" in Fresno County, which is a recognition by the National Fire Protection Association.

For more information on how you can join the volunteer efforts, email mlomele@sierrarcd.com or call 559-471-6983.

High school roundup: Campolindo beats Miramonte to finish regular season 25-1

Boys basketballNo. 1 Campolindo 62, No. 4 Miramonte 57A grueling stretch of seven games in 10 days came to an end for Campolindo on Saturday night in Orinda.The Cougars extended their winning streak to 19 games with a victory on the road over rival Miramonte (22-4).Aidan Mahaney had one of his best performances of the season. The St. Mary’s College-bound star finished with 26 points, six rebounds and four assists. Shane O’Reilly sank four 3-pointers and finished with 14 po...

Boys basketball

No. 1 Campolindo 62, No. 4 Miramonte 57

A grueling stretch of seven games in 10 days came to an end for Campolindo on Saturday night in Orinda.

The Cougars extended their winning streak to 19 games with a victory on the road over rival Miramonte (22-4).

Aidan Mahaney had one of his best performances of the season. The St. Mary’s College-bound star finished with 26 points, six rebounds and four assists. Shane O’Reilly sank four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points. Cade Bennett added 12 points.

Campolindo ended the regular season 25-1 overall and 12-0 in the Diablo Athletic League’s Foothill Division. The Cougars have won 44 of 45 since February 2020.

They are all but a lock for the No. 1 seed in the North Coast Section Open Division when the playoff brackets are announced Sunday.

Given that the top two seeds in the six-team Open have byes in the first round, Campo won’t play its first postseason game until Feb. 23.

After a busy week and a half, coach Steven Dyer said his team could use the break.

“We’ve never really had that situation before,” Dyer said. “I’m glad we have at least five or six days off because we need it right now. We’re pretty tired mentally and physically after this grueling stretch.”

By now, Campolindo’s formula for success is no secret.

“These guys enjoy being around each other,” Dyer said. “I think that one of the biggest things that our program is built on is guys just accepting roles and knowing what your job is as part of a group.”

Miramonte, the runner-up to Campo in the DAL Foothill, is 22-4, 9-3. The Mats are also expected to land an Open Division berth.

No. 2 Archbishop Mitty 67, No. 13 Serra 51

Mitty avenged an 11-point loss last month at Serra, winning Saturday on its home court in West Catholic Athletic League play.

Mitty, which clinched the league title Wednesday, had three players score in double figures: Derek Sangster (21), Tyler Jones (15) and Aidan Burke (13).

“We had a big fourth quarter where we were able to get some good paint touches and open looks,” coach Tim Kennedy said.

Brady Smith scored 22 points and Ryan Pettis added 13 points for Serra.

No. 8 St. Patrick-St. Vincent 50, Salesian 42

SPSV won the Tri-County Athletic League Rock Division tournament title with a victory over Salesian to improve to 19-1.

Salesian is 9-8.

Nick Medeiros had 23 points and Jevon Blackmore chipped in with 14 for SPSV.

“I thought that they were the better team down the stretch and Nick Medeiros proved why he was chosen as our league’s MVP,” Salesian coach Bill Mellis said. “He made a lot of tough plays down the stretch and really took the game over at the end. I’ve got to give him credit.”

Logan Coverson and Alvin Loving scored a combined 22 points for Salesian.

Girls basketball

No. 5 Pinewood 57, No. 12 Bishop O’Dowd 47

It was a back-and-forth game through the first three quarters between two of the Bay Area News Group’s ranked teams.

But Pinewood (19-1) broke loose in the fourth quarter with a 14-2 run to cap off a road victory over Bishop O’Dowd (14-6).

Washington-bound Elle Ladine continued to add to her impressive resume as she recorded 21 points and 13 rebounds.

No. 14 Heritage 65, Freedom 54

The Heritage girls basketball team became the first program in the Brentwood school’s history to reach 300 wins.

The Patriots won their seventh straight Bay Valley Athletic League title, avenging a loss to Freedom, which snapped Heritage’s 55-game league winning streak this season.

Amanda Muse led the way for Heritage with 21 points, 12 rebounds and eight blocks. Caitlynn Smith and Kendall McClure added 12 and 11 points, respectively.

No. 6 Salesian 69, No. 18 Pinole Valley 25

For the first time since the end of December, Salesian (15-4) had all of its players for a game. The Pride responded by routing Pinole Valley to win the TCAL Rock Division title.

“Was nice to be able to play to our strength, which is strength in numbers,” Salesian coach Steve Pezzola said.

The Pride outscored Pinole Valley 61-13 through the first three quarters.

Neveah Asiasi had 13 points to lead the way.

Soccer

De La Salle wins league title

It wasn’t an easy start to the season for De La Salle.

The Spartans lost five of their first seven games against a heavyweight schedule that included strong opponents from the Bay Area and Southern California.

But the Spartans turned it around. They lost just once in their final 15 regular-season matches and claimed a fourth consecutive East Bay Athletic League title along the way.

“We decided to embrace the struggle and not make excuses,” coach Derricke Brown said. “All of the injuries and COVID-19 cases during that time frame gave us a chance to really understand how we needed to respond when our backs were against the wall. It brought the group closer.”

The Spartans will find out their seeding for the NCS playoffs on Sunday.

Heritage girls shut down crosstown rival Liberty

For the first time since 2013, Heritage won an outright Bay Valley Athletic League title.

Madison Del Prado scored twice in the last eight minutes to give the Patriots a 2-0 victory over crosstown rival Liberty on their senior night Friday night. Liberty had won eight consecutive BVAL titles.

“This was a very special group of seniors,” Heritage coach Kellan Christensen said. “I think because of how well they knew each other for a long time, their continuity and friendship helped the team this season.”

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