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In 1981, Bill Byrne was the starting quarterback for the Peninsula North League champions Terra Nova Tigers. Shortly after graduation he was appointed to the U.S. Naval Academy where he continued to demonstrate his football skills while getting ready to serve his country.

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As Terra Nova prepares to open the 2022 football season at the end of this month, we turn back the calendar 40 years to when the school won its first Central Coast Section championship. 

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The city of Pacifica held its first Rocket Run since the onset of the pandemic and four dozen local athletes made their way from the Community Center to Fronteirland Park in time for Fourth of July festivities.

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The Pacifica National Little League 12-and- under All-Star team finished the District 52 tournament with a 3-2 record. The season ended for PNLL with an 11-1 loss to San Mateo American on Sunday. For PNLL, it was its most successful postseason run ever. 

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This is the story of the Pacifica American Little League PCL Division Cubs. And I wouldn’t be writing it if not for the photo you see here. It’s proof that champions come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes they even put a hand on hip and strike a pose worthy of a little title bling.

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The Terra Nova Tigers had an impressive showing at the Central Coast Section track tournament held earlier in the month in Gilroy. The team had seven athletes qualify for the semifinals and one place in the finals. 

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A football camp for third- through eighth-grade youths conducted by RealNine Football is currently accepting registration. The camp is geared toward teaching football skills, without tackling or head contact, while minimizing health risks.

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For 38 years the Pacifica Sports Club has been promoting Pacifica sports programs and local athletes. Annually, the PSC hosts an awards breakfast for selected athletes. More than 500 local athletes have been recognized for their skills over the past years.

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On Sunday, hundreds of athletes gathered at Pillar Point Harbor in the early hours of the morning to compete in the annual Half Moon Bay Triathlon. Spirits were high and the anticipation was palpable at this, the first such triathlon since the pandemic.

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Like so many ceremonies and events over the last two years, last year’s Mavericks Surf Awards was an all-virtual affair. This year, contest organizers are planning on a large in-person gathering to honor another year of massive waves ridden on the Coastside.

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It took seven years since retiring from coaching junior college football, but, on March 12, Coach George Rush, the legendary City College of San Francisco head football coach, added another achievement to his resume. He was inducted into the California Community College Football Coaches Asso…

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Did you accomplish a special sports feat this year, or know someone who did? If so, you may be eligible for the Pacifica Sports Club “Breakfast of Champions” award this year.

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History was made on Thursday at Terra Nova High School when three Tigers broke junior varsity swim records in the team’s meet against Jefferson High School. 

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Terra Nova High School track athletes competed March 9 at Half Moon Bay High School in a quad meet against Hillsdale High School, Half Moon Bay and Woodside High School. 

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Two-time rugby Olympian (and member of the USA Sevens Eagles team) Danny Barrett contemplated retiring last year after eight years of international competition. But, sometimes, it only takes some loving to make a person change their mind. Such is the case with the 31-year-old Barrett.

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Despite strong performances from both the Terra Nova High School boys and girls basketball rosters, both teams fell to league champion Cougars after tough competition on Friday night at Half Moon Bay High School.

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We love rivalries: Ford vs. Ferrari, Ali vs. Frazier, Cal vs. Stanford. Friday’s showdown between the Terra Nova and Half Moon Bay high school basketball teams proved that passion sometimes runs deepest when the rivals are also neighbors.

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The Pacifica Sports Hall of Fame is celebrating its 31st anniversary this year with four new members being inducted. Recently, the Pacifica City Council honored the four inductees by proclaiming the week of Feb. 21-26 as “Pacifica Sports Hal of Fame Week.”

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Local high school seniors are invited to apply for the $10,000 Woodside-area Equestrian Merit Scholarship. The Mounted Patrol Foundation and the Woodside-area Horse Owners Association are accepting applications now through April 30. 

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Paul Carion just can’t get away from coaching. After 15 years of coaching at the high school level, he accepts a job, wins a championship, and then retires. Shortly after retiring, a job pops up somewhere and he’s quickly back on the court with another school team.

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Emotions were high on the field and in the stands as coastal rivals Terra Nova High School and Half Moon Bay High School went head-to-head in the annual Skull Game on Friday night at Terra Nova. Half Moon Bay claimed the 52-21 victory and the Skull trophy in the last game of the season for T…

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At a capacity William Gray Stadium, the Half Moon Bay Cougars easily handled the host Terra Nova Tigers, 52-21, in the rivalry Skull Game on the Bob Lotti Field. The attendance was estimated at 500.

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The San Francisco Giants’ playoff aspirations came to an end on Thursday evening, as the Los Angeles Dodgers claimed the National League Division Series. For some fans, that was the end of Major League Baseball’s 2021 postseason. But a particular group of Bay Area residents is still paying c…

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In a Halloween-themed celebration and fundraiser, the Pacifica National Little League, in partnership with Beach Break Entertainment is hosting an outdoor movie night at 6:15 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16, on the Majors outfield at Fairway Park, Cindy Way and Cullen Drive. 

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Through rain, an ill-timed fire alarm and a broken scoreboard, the Terra Nova Tigers fought four tough games against Half Moon Bay School in Monday night’s quad water polo meet at Terra Nova High School. 

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For fans attending Terra Nova’s first home game in 19 months, Friday was an electrifying and emotional evening at William Gray Stadium. Playing before a packed crowd of spectators, the Tigers easily handled the Jefferson Grizzlies, 34-0.