Now in CIF Division I, the Bulldogs have become a dynasty team.
Author Archives: Nick Lozito
Nick Lozito is a Sportswriter and designer whose work has appeared in The Oaklandside, Berkeleyside, KQED, San Francisco Chronicle, and other publications. He is a graduate of Oakland Technical High School and Sacramento State University.
Oakland High School boys win first basketball state championship
Capping a turnaround season, the CIF Division III title brings long-sought recognition to the Wildcats’ program.
Photos: Oakland High tops Oakland Tech to advance to boys basketball state title game
Oakland High star player Money Williams scores 25 points. And Oakland Tech’s girls are seeking their third consecutive state championship.
Oakland Tech girls basketball aiming for third consecutive state title
Taliyah Logwood, the Bulldogs’ defensive stopper, has found a home on the court and in classroom with support from her head coach, Leroy Hurt.
It’s Oakland vs. Oakland in the boys basketball state championship semifinal
A saga of a season that’s seen Oakland High and Oakland Tech clash in three thrilling matches will culminate at Laney College on Tuesday.
Can McClymonds High basketball return to its glory days?
The alma mater of NBA greats Bill Russell and Paul Silas is making strides under second-year coach and alum Barry Bell.
Oakland Technical High School honors its inaugural Hall of Fame class
Marshawn Lynch, Dr. Alexis Gray-Lawson, Rickey Henderson, Josh Johnson among honorees.
Record-setting kick propels McClymonds High football into rivalry game
Oakland High senior captures girls tennis title; Skyline volleyball advances; Tech alum gets Key to the City.
‘Powerhouse’ Skyline High volleyball team delivers Oakland Athletic League title
Skyline and Oakland Tech face off again in the CIF Oakland Section championship match Nov. 3 at Fremont High before moving on to the state tournament.
The journeyman quarterback who never left Oakland
A mother’s discipline, a late coach’s mentorship, and his Oakland Tech roots drive Josh Johnson’s record 14-team NFL career.
Oakland native Tyson Ross trains for a major league comeback while finishing his UC Berkeley degree
Ross and former Cal baseball teammate B.J. Guinn aim to diversify baseball by helping young players of color care for themselves.
Politicians sabotaged Midnight Basketball. 30 years later, Oakland’s chapter pushes forward
The youth development program headquartered in Oakland became a pawn in Republican-Democrat policy fights in the 1990s.
This Oakland women’s basketball league helps locals go pro around the world
And could a local WNBA team be in the cards?
Oakland pools are reopening at full capacity for the summer
New jobs and trainings are posted for the city’s summer swimming programs.
How two mentors are building on the legacy of Black golfers in Oakland
Preston Pinkney and Howard Oliver run programs that provide youth access to a historically exclusive sport.
Oakland Tech’s girls basketball program is soaring
Two consecutive state championships have brought the Bulldogs into the local spotlight. Their coach wants to take them to the next level.