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Nohemi Livingston has turned in two stellar starts to begin her softball career on the Hilltop. On the heels of a one-hit shutout in her collegiate debut last week, the Capuchino graduate fired a regulation no-hitter Saturday in College of San Mateo’s 5-0 home win over College of Siskiyous.

Last week’s state coaches poll does not have Skyline in the top 25 rankings, while CCSF is No. 12, Chabot (1-2, 13-6) No. 17, and San Mateo No. 21. CSM, at 14-5, currently has the best overall record in the conference.

The spirit of unity and empowerment was palpable as IX in Action, the dynamic learning community for female student-athletes at College of San Mateo (CSM), embarked on their second annual Half Moon Bay fall kickoff event. This eagerly anticipated event, held right before the start of the fall semester, marks the beginning of a new academic year filled with growth, camaraderie, and achievement.

The Peninsula has turned out its fair share of elite softball talent — from Maureen Brady and Tori Nyberg, to Megan Grant and Liv DiNardo. But there are few better than the Donovan sisters out of Half Moon Bay, who capped their playing careers with more hardware and awards than almost all others combined.

Six athletes who left their mark on San Mateo County sports scene comprise the latest class for induction to the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame at a ceremony Thursday evening. David Bakhtiari, Horace Hinshaw, Mike Lewis, Eddie Mack, Nicole Quigley-Borg and Maddie Price will be the 33rd class inducted since the hall’s inception in 1989.

Five days of filming during finals week in May will provide a glimpse into the CSM student experience.

The Bulldogs (39-9), who won the 2022 state title, opened defense of their championship with a 3-0 win over Cypress in Thursday’s tourney opener. Lia Evans spun a two-hitter, complete game, with Lelia Velasquez and Vanessa Lang each driving in a run.

It took a victory in the winner-take-all Super Regional finale Saturday, but defending state champion College of San Mateo is headed to a ninth consecutive California Community College Athletic Association softball state tournament.

The College of San Mateo softball team, the defending state champion, is headed back to the California Community College Athletic Association state softball tournament for the ninth time in program history, but they had to go the distance Saturday to get there.

The Pirates completed the upset sweep of Bulldogs Baseball in the Nor Cal regional Saturday in San Mateo. After rallying past the Bear Cubs 7-2 Friday, Bulldogs Softball (35-6) rolled to a Game 2 mercy-rule win in six innings to advance to this weekend’s super regional.