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San Antonio Express-News
'The Walking Dead' reaches 100th episode milestoneMichonne can lop off a head with her Katana. The Hilltop, ruled over by drunka
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 54 minutes ago
Michonne can lop off a head with her Katana. The Hilltop, ruled over by drunkard and chauvinist Gregory (played by Xander Berkeley), took nearly four months to create, its 18th century architecture brick exterior concealing an interior that is... Read more
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The Middletown Press
'The Walking Dead' reaches 100th episode milestoneMichonne can lop off a head with her Katana. The Hilltop, ruled over by drunka
The Middletown Press / Posted an hour ago
Michonne can lop off a head with her Katana. The Hilltop, ruled over by drunkard and chauvinist Gregory (played by Xander Berkeley), took nearly four months to create, its 18th century architecture brick exterior concealing an interior that is... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Their words: What cast and crew say about 'The Walking Dead'of the show's 100th episode and life on and off the set. Here are some highligh
The Middletown Press / Posted an hour ago
of the show's 100th episode and life on and off the set. Here are some highlights from those interviews: — Actor XANDER BERKELEY on his character, Gregory, who rules over The Hilltop: "He's on this animal level asking himself the question that I... Read more
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The Mercury News
Workers at some UC campuses say they don’t earn fair wagesfrom UC’s new wage policy. The pay dispute comes as some campuses are shelling
The Mercury News / Posted an hour ago
from UC’s new wage policy. The pay dispute comes as some campuses are shelling out big money to ousted administrators. UC Berkeley, for instance, is paying ex-chancellor Nicholas Dirks, who resigned after mishandling sexual harassment cases and... Read more
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The Mercury News
Sudden Oak Death moves into urban locales in East Bay and on PeninsulaBERKELEY — A highly contagious disease that has already killed millions of rura
The Mercury News / Posted 3 hours ago
BERKELEY — A highly contagious disease that has already killed millions of rural California trees is spreading into urban areas on the Peninsula and East Bay, according to a major new University of California survey. The “Sudden Oak Death” pathogen,... Read more
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The Mercury News
Robot-surgery firm from Sunnyvale facing lawsuits, reports of death and injurytens of millions of dollars, probably wouldn’t threaten the viability of a comp
The Mercury News / Posted 3 hours ago
tens of millions of dollars, probably wouldn’t threaten the viability of a company with billions in annual revenue, said UC Berkeley Law School professor Stephen Sugarman. Intuitive may have settled cases it believed it could win in court, seeking... Read more
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express
‘He’s happy’ Meghan Markle’s dad gives blessing to Prince Harry as engagement loomsand to this day your hugs are still the very best in the whole wide world. Than
express / Posted 4 hours ago
and to this day your hugs are still the very best in the whole wide world. Thanks for my work ethic, my love of Busby Berkeley films & club sandwiches, for teaching me the importance of handwritten thank you notes, and for giving me that... Read more
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FOX Business
3 Arguments for and Against Legalizing Marijuanathe government gave marijuana the green light. For instance, a 2012 study from
FOX Business / Posted 4 hours ago
the government gave marijuana the green light. For instance, a 2012 study from scientist Evan Mills, Ph.D., at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found that legal indoor marijuana growing farms were accounting for 1% of our nation's... Read more
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FOX Business
3 Arguments for and Against Legalizing Marijuanathe government gave marijuana the green light. For instance, a 2012 study from
FOX Business / Posted 4 hours ago
the government gave marijuana the green light. For instance, a 2012 study from scientist Evan Mills, Ph.D., at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found that legal indoor marijuana growing farms were accounting for 1% of our nation's... Read more
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The Mercury News
Weekend scoreboard, how Top 20 faredRichmond 7 Kennedy-Richmond 21, Hercules 14 West Alameda County Foothill Bis
The Mercury News / Posted 6 hours ago
Richmond 7 Kennedy-Richmond 21, Hercules 14 West Alameda County Foothill Bishop O’Dowd 65, Tennyson 0 San Leandro 56, Berkeley 14 West Alameda County Shoreline Alameda 41, San Lorenzo 40 Encinal 56, Arroyo 6 Mt. Eden 25, Hayward... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bay Area author events for Oct. 22-28University, San Rafael; 7 p.m., $40 (book included), www.bookpassage.com. Curt
The Mercury News / Posted 6 hours ago
University, San Rafael; 7 p.m., $40 (book included), www.bookpassage.com. Curt Weiss: “Stranded in the Jungle,” Books Inc. Berkeley, 7 p.m., www.booksinc.net. John Freeman and Rabih Alamedinne: “Freeman’s: The Future of New Writing,” Green Apple... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Yes, I speak English with an accent: A letter to all international studentsin an inferior way for not being able to do something “correctly.” After I gra
The Daily Californian / Posted 6 hours ago
in an inferior way for not being able to do something “correctly.” After I graduated from high school and came to UC Berkeley, the fear was still there. When people asked me where I was from, I replied “Philadelphia,” no longer out of a... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Coping with tragedyWith this constant stream of horrifying events, how are we at UC Berkeley deali
The Daily Californian / Posted 6 hours ago
With this constant stream of horrifying events, how are we at UC Berkeley dealing with these tragedies? And how do we cope with these events mentally and emotionally? Professor Aaron Fisher of the UC Berkeley psychology department gives his... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Women get business done: Fighting for gender equity in the corporate world— a different perspective, a different background, a different way of tackling
The Daily Californian / Posted 6 hours ago
— a different perspective, a different background, a different way of tackling matters,” said Pallavi Chadha, president of Berkeley Women in Business, or BWIB. “And I feel as though they’re not being given the same opportunities as men.” BWIB is a... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Addressing one-up culture at UC BerkeleyBrowsing UC Berkeley Memes for Edgy Teens makes me think that everyone here, li
The Daily Californian / Posted 6 hours ago
Browsing UC Berkeley Memes for Edgy Teens makes me think that everyone here, like me, feels scared for their futures and shares a love for self-deprecating humor. Walking around campus is a different story: It feels like everyone has a higher GPA... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Devastation’s end: Line of sorrow marks where Tubbs Fire was stoppedstrike team held the line. It was a unit made up of five engines, four from Sa
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 7 hours ago
strike team held the line. It was a unit made up of five engines, four from San Francisco’s Fire Department and one from Berkeley’s. A harrowing video one Berkeley firefighter shot of their battle has been viewed roughly 200,000 times. The... Read more
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The Mercury News
Anthem protest causes backlash at prestigious South Bay high schoolstar a decade ago, sees the anthem protest as aligning with the school’s teachi
The Mercury News / Posted 7 hours ago
star a decade ago, sees the anthem protest as aligning with the school’s teachings. “If going to Bellarmine” and UC Berkeley “taught me anything, it is to try to think for yourself and come up with original ideas,” said Canha, who supported... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
As costs go down, sun power rises in statedropped from about $6.50 10 years ago to $2.20 in 2016, according to the Utilit
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 11 hours ago
dropped from about $6.50 10 years ago to $2.20 in 2016, according to the Utility-Scale Solar 2016 report from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The report defines a utility-scale project as being 5 megawatts or greater. Operation and... Read more
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Canberra Times
How an ancient philosophy helped Susan Fowler light the bonfire on creepy sexual behaviourshe had her first date with the man who would become her husband, Chad Rigetti,
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
she had her first date with the man who would become her husband, Chad Rigetti, who runs a quantum computing startup in Berkeley and who, she says, is as "beautiful" as Michael Fassbender. After a movie, she opened up her Uber app to get a ride... Read more
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Business Standard India
From Boeing to Uber: 26 US firms to meet CM Yogi on Monday under 'US in UP'discuss technology, innovation and entrepreneurship opportunities with UP funct
Business Standard India / Posted 13 hours ago
discuss technology, innovation and entrepreneurship opportunities with UP functionaries. Besides, USISPF along with UC Berkeley will launch its first co-innovation laboratory in Allahabad, which has been identified under the 100 smart cities... Read more
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Gulf News
‘The Walking Dead’ reaches 100th episode milestoneMichonne can lop off a head with her Katana.The Hilltop, ruled over by drunkard
Gulf News / Posted 14 hours ago
Michonne can lop off a head with her Katana.The Hilltop, ruled over by drunkard and chauvinist Gregory (played by Xander Berkeley), took nearly four months to create, its 18th century architecture brick exterior concealing an interior that is... Read more
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The Age
How an ancient philosophy led Susan Fowler to light the bonfire on creepy sexual behaviourshe had her first date with the man who would become her husband, Chad Rigetti,
The Age / Posted 14 hours ago
she had her first date with the man who would become her husband, Chad Rigetti, who runs a quantum computing startup in Berkeley and who, she says, is as "beautiful" as Michael Fassbender. After a movie, she opened up her Uber app to get a ride... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How an ancient philosophy led Susan Fowler to light the bonfire on creepy sexual behaviourshe had her first date with the man who would become her husband, Chad Rigetti,
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
she had her first date with the man who would become her husband, Chad Rigetti, who runs a quantum computing startup in Berkeley and who, she says, is as "beautiful" as Michael Fassbender. After a movie, she opened up her Uber app to get a ride... Read more
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The Mercury News
Cal coach gambles, Bears lose heartbreaker to ArizonaBERKELEY — Cal coach Justin Wilcox went for it and he had no regrets. After hi
The Mercury News / Posted 15 hours ago
BERKELEY — Cal coach Justin Wilcox went for it and he had no regrets. After his Bears pulled within one point in the second overtime against Arizona on Saturday night, Wilcox opted for a two-point try to win it: Freshman linebacker Colin Schooler... Read more
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FOX 11 Tucson
BEAR DOWN: Wildcats stop Cal 45-44 in two overtimessecond overtime Saturday to give the Arizona Wildcats a 45-44 win over the Cali
FOX 11 Tucson / Posted 16 hours ago
second overtime Saturday to give the Arizona Wildcats a 45-44 win over the California Golden Bears at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley. The win is the third in a row in Pac-12 Conference play for UA. The Cats are tied for 2nd place in the South... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Cal football falls short after 2nd-half comeback vs. Arizona, loses 45-44 in overtimethe game, and the offense couldn’t convert a two-point conversion in double ove
The Daily Californian / Posted 16 hours ago
the game, and the offense couldn’t convert a two-point conversion in double overtime, and the Bears lost a shootout in Berkeley. After the defense forced a Wildcat a 3-and-out to open the game, quarterback Ross Bowers and his offense went to... Read more
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The Mercury News
Cal hosts Arizona at Memorial StadiumRECORDS: Cal 4-3, 1-3 in Pac-12. Arizona 4-2, 2-1. KICKOFF: 5 p.m. Saturday at
The Mercury News / Posted 17 hours ago
RECORDS: Cal 4-3, 1-3 in Pac-12. Arizona 4-2, 2-1. KICKOFF: 5 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Stadium, Berkeley. TV: Pac-12 Networks. RADIO: KGO 810. SERIES HISTORY: Arizona leads 16-14-2. The Wildcats have won three in a row, including 49-45 at Tucson in... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Women of Sacramento move from ‘me too’ to ‘enough’men in the Capitol who make it known when their wives are out of town. “Enough
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 17 hours ago
men in the Capitol who make it known when their wives are out of town. “Enough is enough,” said Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, who signed the letter. “What we are saying is we’ve got your back.” Leyva and Skinner both said they have not... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
3 Berkeley HS students, 1 staffer arrested at end of school’s Unity WeekThree Berkeley High students and one staff member were arrested Friday evening
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 18 hours ago
Three Berkeley High students and one staff member were arrested Friday evening when fights broke out at the end of Berkeley High's annual Unity Week celebration, according to Berkeley police. After school let out in the afternoon, hundreds of... Read more
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New Kerala
2017 Packard Fellowships in Science and Engineering Awarded to 18 Researchers - newkerala news #282271of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology Department of Bioen
New Kerala / Posted 18 hours ago
of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology Department of Bioengineering, University of California, Berkeley Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences, Rice University Discipline: Geosciences Share it!2017... Read more
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New Kerala
New York Blood Center's Dr. Mohandas Narla Awarded Program Project Grant by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases - newkerala news #282342of Laboratory Medicine at University of California in 1976 where he spent 13 ye
New Kerala / Posted 20 hours ago
of Laboratory Medicine at University of California in 1976 where he spent 13 years. In 1989, he moved to Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, to head the Hematopoiesis group. During his 12-year tenure at the... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Woman Foils Attempted Rape on Fire Trails. CategoryA student jogging on the fire trails above the University of California at Berk
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 20 hours ago
A student jogging on the fire trails above the University of California at Berkeley Thursday fought off a man who sneaked up behind her and tackled her to the ground, campus police said today. The man tackled the woman, then tried to take off her... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Drive Slow: Jordan Veasy: footballer, jokester, spare-time philosopherdidn’t play football until his senior year of high school. He’s a Cal starter w
The Daily Californian / Posted 22 hours ago
didn’t play football until his senior year of high school. He’s a Cal starter who attended three colleges before landing in Berkeley. He’s an Alabama native who loves the Los Angeles Lakers and may just prefer the California sunshine. He’s a... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
Berkeley student fights off would-be rapist on fire trails above UC BerkeleyBERKELEY, Calif. (BCN) - A student jogging on the fire trails above the Univers
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted 23 hours ago
BERKELEY, Calif. (BCN) - A student jogging on the fire trails above the University of California at Berkeley Friday fought off a man who sneaked up behind her and tackled her to the ground, campus police said today. The man tackled the woman, then... Read more
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The Mercury News
Krueger: Is this the year Stanford gets some Heisman Love?percentage (71.8%). Falk also leads the nation with 19 touchdowns but his five-
The Mercury News / Posted 23 hours ago
percentage (71.8%). Falk also leads the nation with 19 touchdowns but his five-interception performance last week in Berkeley won’t help his case. Rosen leads the nation in passing yards (2,135) and may have the most impressive arm talent in... Read more
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Daily Mail
Prince Harry has won over Meghan's mother but what about her father?and to this day your hugs are still the very best in the whole wide world. Than
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
and to this day your hugs are still the very best in the whole wide world. Thanks for my work ethic, my love of Busby Berkeley films & club sandwiches, for teaching me the importance of handwritten thank you notes and for giving me that... Read more
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The Daily Californian
How to deal with that one friend who brags too muchwith some of the world’s brightest individuals is being surrounded by minds far
The Daily Californian / Posted 23 hours ago
with some of the world’s brightest individuals is being surrounded by minds far brighter than yours. During your time at UC Berkeley, you will be confronted by people who are normally fantastic friends, but who become really full of themselves when... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
SQUEAKY WHEEL: The Vietnam War. Categorymonumental achievement nevertheless, one that will educate generations to come
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted yesterday
monumental achievement nevertheless, one that will educate generations to come if our democratic freedoms survive. My viewing ended the night before a day of fasting and contemplation that was much needed. Toni Mester is a resident of West Berke... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
AROUND & ABOUT --Theater: Théâtre de la Ville's Staging of Camus' 'State of Siege' at Zellerbach Hall. Category6:30 on Saturday, in association with the Department of French, there will be a
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted yesterday
6:30 on Saturday, in association with the Department of French, there will be a roundtable of professors from both Berkeley and Davis at the Durham Studio Theater on campus, "From Totalitarianism to Rebellion," on the contemporary relevance... Read more
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WA Today
A stock market panic like 1987 could happen againinsurance, invented in the 1970s by Hayne Leland and Mark Rubinstein, two econo
WA Today / Posted yesterday
insurance, invented in the 1970s by Hayne Leland and Mark Rubinstein, two economists from the University of California, Berkeley, is a phrase we don't hear much any more, but it received a lot of the blame for October 19, 1987. Portfolio... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Student fights would-be rapist on fire trails near UC BerkeleyBERKELEY (BCN) A student jogging on the fire trails above the University of Ca
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
BERKELEY (BCN) A student jogging on the fire trails above the University of California at Berkeley Friday fought off a man who sneaked up behind her and tackled her to the ground, campus police said today. The man tackled the woman, then tried to... Read more
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Boston Globe
How the 1967 mayoral race changed Bostonwho “suffers from a seemingly incurable and largely undeserved case of blandnes
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
who “suffers from a seemingly incurable and largely undeserved case of blandness,” said New York Times Magazine writer Berkeley Rice. White was an opportunist. The mayor’s office was his springboard to a governorship. Hicks had momentum. Then,... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Female UC Berkeley student escapes sexual assault attempt on fire trailA female UC Berkeley student was the victim of an attempted sexual assault on t
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
A female UC Berkeley student was the victim of an attempted sexual assault on the Upper Fire Trail on Thursday evening. UCPD received a call Friday about the attempted assault, according to a UCPD Nixle alert. The victim was jogging on the trail... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Trump divide trickles down to collegesliberal campuses, college conservatives are now drawing national attention than
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
liberal campuses, college conservatives are now drawing national attention thanks to free speech dust-ups at UC Berkeley, UC Davis and California State University, Los Angeles. Campus conservative leaders said Trump's election boosted... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Unique places to explore and rekindle your love of BerkeleyAs we all know, being a student at UC Berkeley is quite time-consuming, and som
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
As we all know, being a student at UC Berkeley is quite time-consuming, and sometimes we forget how awesome Berkeley actually is. We all know the best froyo shop and where to grab an epic burrito, but what else? With its location and culture, there... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
No. 15 Washington State looks to bounce back against ColoradoBERKELEY, CA - OCTOBER 13: Luke Falk #4 of the Washington State Cougars looks t
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted yesterday
BERKELEY, CA - OCTOBER 13: Luke Falk #4 of the Washington State Cougars looks to pass against the California Golden Bears during the first quarter of their NCAA football game at California Memorial Stadium on October 13, 2017 in Berkeley, California.... Read more
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The Hindu
No dynasties in cricket: how the sport has become Indian democracy’s alter egoDon’t go after me because the entire country is running like that. That’s what
The Hindu / Posted yesterday
Don’t go after me because the entire country is running like that. That’s what happens in India,” said Rahul Gandhi in Berkeley. The Congress vice-president’s fierce defence of dynastic politics last month predictably sparked off a furore.... Read more
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Gazette
Berkeley WILAST month’s meeting was held on September 14 in Berkeley Town Hall from 7.30pm
Gazette / Posted yesterday
LAST month’s meeting was held on September 14 in Berkeley Town Hall from 7.30pm. President Judith Leriche and secretary Vicky Young started the meeting. The teas had been warmly received and a kind letter of thanks followed the event. Various WI... Read more
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Gazette
Cam Bulldogs hope to build on seven-goal victory at Sharpness last week with cup triumph todayback from their home defeat when they play FC Barometrics in the knock-out comp
Gazette / Posted yesterday
back from their home defeat when they play FC Barometrics in the knock-out competition. Sharpness are eighth in the league and Barometrics are fifth. Berkeley Town, who drew 2-2 away at Bibury last week, are at home in the Cup against Whaddon Unit... Read more
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The Mercury News
Friday scores, Saturday scheduleAnza at Richmond, 7 p.m. Kennedy at Hercules, 7 p.m. West Alameda County Foot
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
Anza at Richmond, 7 p.m. Kennedy at Hercules, 7 p.m. West Alameda County Foothill Bishop O’Dowd 65, Tennyson 0 Berkeley vs. San Leandro at Burrell Field, 7 p.m. West Alameda County Shoreline Alameda 41, San Lorenzo 40 Arroyo at... Read more
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