Oakland’s new women’s soccer team is playing its home opener at CSU East Bay on May 13 against San Francisco’s Olympic Club.
‘The Coliseum is our palace’: Lifelong Oakland A’s fan reflects on news of team’s departure
Jorge Leon has given his all to the A’s as the founder of a supporters group, the Oakland ‘68s. Now he’s struggling to come to terms with the team’s announced move to Las Vegas.
Photos: Oakland celebrates its high school basketball champs
Sunday’s downtown parade and rally honored the Oakland Tech girls and Oakland High School boys basketball teams, which took home state titles last month.
A look inside Oakland’s booming pickleball scene
Bushrod Park is at the center of the local scene for the 60-year-old sport that has become wildly popular across the US.
‘The guys I started with’: Oakland High seniors started playing basketball together at 7
The Wildcat’s first-ever boys CIF state championship was a long time coming for these childhood friends.
Oakland Tech girls win third consecutive basketball state championship
Now in CIF Division I, the Bulldogs have become a dynasty team.
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.
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.
How the Oakland Roots and Soul are watching the World Cup
We spoke with a Roots player and two of the soccer teams’ leaders about their thoughts on the games in Qatar.
A glorious day of archery at Oakland’s annual turkey shoot
No sentient turkeys were harmed at the Redwood Bowmen Archery Club’s reopening celebration on Sunday, held on its recently revamped course.
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.
Culture Makers Q&A: The future of Oakland sports, according to experts
Our recent Culture Makers panelists answer more of your questions from our live event.
Oakland wants a WNBA team
The women’s basketball league is expanding. The Oakland City Council officially called on the league to give The Town a team.
The ‘spirit of curling’ is alive in East Oakland
We visited the SF Bay Area Curling Club’s new world-class facility and spoke to members about what makes the sport special.
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.
The Oakland Roots’ recipe for success
How Oakland’s hometown soccer team overcame a slow start and internal strife to build a team with purpose.