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Larry Owens will coach his last regular season home football game at College of San Mateo on Saturday, Nov. 4 at 1pm, against Santa Rosa JC. All former CSM football players are invited to return to College Heights Stadium for the special day, which will also feature a post-game private gathering at the College Center for gridiron alumni following the game. 

In his third season playing for Dodgers Triple-A affiliate Oklahoma City, O’Koyea Dickson is off to as hot a start as anyone in affiliated Minor League Baseball. Through OKC’s first three games, Dickson is 10 for 14 with three home runs. His 10 hits currently pace not just the Pacific Coast League, but all the minor leagues.

The Cincinnati Reds chose newcomer Scott Feldman to start on opening day against the Philadelphia Phillies. It’ll be the third opening day start for the 33-year-old Feldman. The right-hander also opened seasons for Texas in 2010 and Houston in 2014.

College of San Mateo football coach and former Woodside coach Larry Owens will be honored on Saturday with a Lifetime Achievement award and Proclamation from the City of East Palo Alto for his years of service to the community.

The world-renowned doctor is returning home to share with his native community an unconventional journey beginning as a disengaged Mills High School student and leading to recognition as an icon in the study of genomics, biology and medicine.

A second-generation professional baseball player, Joe Biagini has long wanted to make his father proud by reaching the big leagues.

After posting a .330 career batting at CSM, Mastrobuoni entered weekend play leading the Mountain West Conference in batting average, while ranking 14th in nation among all NCAA Division-I hitters.

Nava batted .400 and was a two-time Junior College All-American in his two years at San Mateo, earning a scholarship to return to Santa Clara for his final year of eligibility.

Fans packed around the sidelines and end lines for a rare up-close perspective of some headline names. Along with the 26 players representing the WWAFT, the NFL Alumni team included an array of former pro greats, including ex-49ers Dan Bunz, Dana Stubblefield and CSM alumnus Bill Ring.

Washington is the first M/A High School Boy Scout Fire Explorer Program and College of San Mateo Fire Cadet to ever be hired with the Fire District.