2012 Year in Review: Top 10 local sports stories of 2012

The end of the year is here, which means it is time to take a look back at some of the most memorable sports stories of year. There was plenty to choose from, but here are 10 stories to get you thinking about an exciting 2012 in local sports.

1. Rancho Bernardo High legendary baseball coach Sam Blalock snags win No. 800.

2. Poway High’s Evan Gray becomes the first in school history to compete in four events at the CIF State Track and Field Championships.

3. Rancho Bernardo High swimmer Trent Williams shatters a long-standing San Diego Section record.

4. Poway High graduate Bradley Klahn gets emotional first win at the U.S. Open.

5. The Poway High roller hockey team wins its first Metro Conference crown.

6. Maranatha Christian Schools’ Luke Kadillak breaks the career-goals San Diego Section record in boys soccer.

7. The Del Norte High girls volleyball team has a memorable run to the state playoffs.

8. Rancho Bernardo High running back Ivy Adair breaks the school’s single-game rushing record.

9. The Poway High football team earns its long overdue respect with win over Helix.

10. The Del Norte High football team gets its first win over RB and hosts playoff game.

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Posted by Michael Bower on Dec 26 2012. Filed under Featured Story, High School, Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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