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  • Aug
    26

    High school football roundup: Around the Bay

    By DARREN SABEDRA | dsabedra@bayareanewsgroup.com, PHIL JENSEN | pjensen@bayareanewsgroup.com, VYTAS MAZEIKA | vmazeika@bayareanewsgroup.com, CURTIS PASHELKA | cpashelka@bayareanewsgroup.com and MIKE LEFKOW, CORRESPONDENT | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: August 24, 2019 at 10:29 am | UPDATED: August 25, 2019 at 5:23 pm No. 15 Campolindo 40, Montgomery-Santa Rosa 0 Senior quarterback Grant Harper completed 11 of 19 passes for 230 yards and three touchdowns as the host Cougars overwhelmed the  Vikings in the early… Read More

  • Aug
    11

    The Fab Forty, No. 23: Campolindo QB could be the difference-maker

    MORAGA — There is at least one position Campolindo coach Kevin Macy won’t have to worry about this season. His quarterback, Grant Harper, ranks among the top signal-callers in the Bay Area high school ranks. Read more… The Fab Forty, No. 23: Campolindo QB could be the difference-maker  

  • Aug
    11

    The Fab Forty, No. 37: Campolindo DE a tempting offensive weapon

    MORAGA — Campolindo defensive end Mason Mastrov sits on the couch in his coach’s office. Quarterback Grant Harper is right beside his teammate. Read more… The Fab Forty, No. 37: Campolindo DE a tempting offensive weapon  

  • Aug
    11

    Bay Area Preps HQ football preview: No. 15 Campolindo

    MORAGA — The biggest surprise of Campolindo’s 2019 season might have occurred last spring when the North Coast Section announced its divisional makeup for this year’s football playoffs. Read more…  

  • Sep
    21

    Sports Stars Magazine Weekly Pick’Em

    Our football season coverage presented by NationalGuardCA continues into our sixth week of action. Here’s another round of staff picks for our NorCal Games of The Week. ORHS_Football, campocougfb and AntiochPanthers were among this week’s unanimous picks.

  • Sep
    20

    EBAL cross-over games highlight NCS Games of the Week

    EBAL cross-over games highlight NCS Games of the Week NATE SMITH Prep2Prep Senior Editor September 20, 2018 A large number of leagues across Northern California are now in league play, but as this week’s top games across the NCS illustrate, there are still some key non-league battles to be played, ones which can really carry… Read More

  • Sep
    8

    Rancho Cotate controls trenches in win over Campolindo

    Rancho Cotate controls trenches in win over Campolindo HAROLD ABEND Prep2Prep Senior Editor September 8, 2018 ROHNERT PARK, CA – In a battle of Cougars host Rancho Cotate-Rohnert Park (4-0) spotted Campolindo-Moraga an early 7-0 lead, but from there they scored 21 unanswered points and the Rancho Cotate offensive line and the running game took… Read More

  • Sep
    6

    Campolindo-Moraga beats St. Ignatius 34-21

    Campolindo-Moraga beats St. Ignatius 34-21 By Mitch Stephens  Updated 10:27 pm PDT, Saturday, September 1, 2018 A bye following a less than impressive opening-season win left Campolindo-Moraga football coach Kevin Macy searching for answers. A 34-21 win at St. Ignatius on Saturday afternoon should have left Macy feeling more than optimistic. Cougars quarterback Grant Harper led the way… Read More

  • Aug
    19

    Arm of Harper leads Campolindo past Marin Catholic

    Max Schoenberger races to the end zone with the last of his four touchdowns in Friday night’s win Ethan Kahkmahd/Prep2Prep HAROLD ABEND Prep2Prep Senior Editor August 18, 2018 MORAGA, CA – What a Friday night it was for the Prep2Prep NCS No. 14 ranked Campolindo passing game and its new quarterback Grant Harper. After biding… Read More

  • Aug
    19

    Football: Campolindo airs it out in battle of NCS champs

     QB Grant Harper and WR Max Schoenberger connect for 4 TDs in victory over Marin Catholic By VYTAS MAZEIKA | vmazeika@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: August 17, 2018 at 11:36 pm | UPDATED: August 19, 2018 at 2:59 am 1 of 2 Campolindo wide receiver Max Schoenberger, left, had eight catches for 222 yards and four touchdowns while quarterback Grant Harper, right,… Read More