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Foothill: 35, Amador Valley 7; game on TV30 tonight

Station's sports staff offers play-by-play report on crosstown thriller

Tri-Valley Television covered Friday night's game which Foothill High won 35-7 over Amador Valley, with the station's play-by-play coverage to be broadcast at 7 p.m. tonight.

Play by play and color announcing will include TV30 sports personalities Ian Bartholomew, George "Dr. B" Baljevich, Tim Sbranti and a high school field reporter. Interviews during the game included coaches, players, principals, students and Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne.

Tonight's broadcast will air on TV30, on AT&T U-Verse and on the station's website at tv30.org/

It was the fourth and final varsity high school football game to be broadcast this season on TV30.

The game also is available to view anytime via video on demand at tv30.org/ DVDs of the games may also be purchased by going to the website@ tv30.org/

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Posted by pleasanton was nice forty years ago
a resident of Castlewood
on Nov 7, 2015 at 11:55 am

Amador got out played and out coached last night. I think its time to clear house at Amador and get some real coaches their. I dont Think hiring a 26 year old kid is gonna do the job. They need a real coaching search not a hand picked replacement who is still wearing diapers.


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Posted by Get the Facts
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Nov 7, 2015 at 6:44 pm

Get the Facts is a registered user.

To PWNFYA:

I don't think "clear(ing) house" is needed. If you saw the game, you saw that Foothill has a clearly better team this year. Even with that being said, AV played Foothill even in the second half, and if it wasn't for an AV fumble (deep in their own territory) and a dropped pass just before the half, it could have been much closer. That was a 14 to 21 point swing, the score could easily have been 21-7 at the half, instead of 28-0. Luck was not on AV's side.

But this is high school football, not the college or pros, so we don't need to fire and replace a coach because they haven't won enough. They have real coaches there, and in fact AV beat Foothill last year. It is far more important that good values such as teamwork, sportsmanship, integrity and the like are being taught, then clearing house and getting a new coaching staff. This is HIGH SCHOOL football, and not in Texas, where high school football is more important than God. I'd like to think that we have a bit more perspective in Pleasanton, where winning or losing the big game is, in the end, not that big a deal.


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