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SPORTS BRIEFS: Water polo, soccer, basketball, swimming, tennis

Original post made on Mar 13, 2009

The Pleasanton Seahawks swam as champions at the California-Nevada Spring Championship in Las Vegas earlier this month, with swimmers breaking a number of "best time" records.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Tuesday, March 10, 2009, 3:25 PM

Comments

Posted by PTOWN LAX MOM, a resident of Country Fair
on Mar 13, 2009 at 7:39 am

Wow it is nice to see that Pleasanton boys are being recognized as great LAX players......I heard that our A teams are doing really well and giving the SCORPIONS a run for their money lately...this is great to see and hear!!!!!!!!

Go Pleasanton!!!!!!!!!!!


Posted by LaxFan, a resident of Highland Oaks
on Mar 13, 2009 at 4:38 pm

yep, Pleasanton is taking the Scorpions down so far this year -- it's been great to see...


Posted by PTOWN LAX FAN, a resident of Birdland
on Mar 16, 2009 at 2:46 pm

Looks like PTOWN has made a statement!!!!!!!!looks like they are the teams to beat this season...

Anyone seen these kids play.. they are fun to watch!!!!


Posted by justlaxin, a resident of Del Prado
on Apr 7, 2009 at 3:19 pm

Pleasanton Lacrosse U15A Thunder won their game before the Easter break against the Burlingame Firehawks with a convincing score of 12-4 pushing their record to 8-1. Outstanding defense led by George Curtis (2 ground balls), Colin Dal Porto, Trent Morgan and Ryan Almeida controlled the Firehawks offense. The team also got excellent middie plays from Zack Wilhite, Brandon Becker, Elijah Caluya, Conner Francesca, Cale Rubinson, Daniel Arthur, Tommy Yozzo (4 ground balls), Mike Barbier (4 ground balls), Josh Yu (3 ground balls) Attackmen Josh Allen and Jeff Snyder played hard and kept the offense moving. Goals- Connor Chin with 3, Jerome Rigor 3, Steven Patrick 2, Mike Barbier, Joe Kluj, Elijah Caluya and Daniel Arthur. Assist- Rigor 5, Chin 1. Goalie Zach Beata had a great game with 6 saves.