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College of San Mateo track and field athletes produced several season-best performances at the Mt. San Antonio College Relays Saturday, the last invitational heading into this Saturday’s Coast Conference championships at Laney College in Oakland.

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.

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.

Shannen Dorn and Zoe Thompson ran top five all-time College of San Mateo middle distance times to qualify for California Community College Athletic Association state finals berths this weekend at Modesto Junior College.

Johnny Goode ran the fastest men’s 400 meter time in Northern California, 48.05 seconds, to win the Coast Conference championship and Donovan Garcia took both hurdles races for College of San Mateo last week at Hartnell College in Salinas.

Skyline College and College of San Mateo entered this week tied for second place in the Coast North Conference baseball race following last week’s three-game local series. Skyline took the first contest, 4-1, in San Bruno, but then dropped the next two games with the Bulldogs, 7-4, and 14-0.

Three teams entered the week unbeaten in Coast Conference play. Reigning state champion College of San Mateo took care of business in Thursday’s first showdown with state No. 4-ranked Monterey Peninsula, smacking the Lobos 10-1 at College Heights.

College of San Mateo was among the first of the state’s 88 community college baseball teams to reach 20 wins on Saturday, after sweeping all three of the week’s Coast North Conference games with City College of San Francisco.

Liam Laughlin completed a sweep of three Coast Conference throwing championships Saturday at College of San Mateo, adding the discus and javelin throws to the shot put title he had won on Wednesday. Coast Conference player of the year Lafu Malepeai leads top seed College of San Mateo into the California Community College Athletic Association softball regionals Friday and Saturday at College Heights.

College of San Mateo is hosting the Coast Conference track and field championships this week, with the trials Wednesday and the finals Saturday. The Bulldogs have posted several league-leading performances in recent weeks.