This year the Yaotl trophy stayed at Mission High School — not because the Mission High School Bears’ head coach Scott Kennedy forgot to bring the trophy to Kezar Stadium, but because the Bears beat...
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Mission High's men's varsity soccer team won its third preseason game Monday evening, scoring an impressive 6-1 victory over International High School.
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Seven questions about sports and art.
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At La Boheme. World Cup Video Did Latinos in the Mission District desert Argentina for Germany? En Español
Guzmán’s Soccer Shop has become an essential outfitter for many Latino youth teams. By NOAH BUHAYAR
Futbol, burritos and pie. What could be better?
International football comes to the Mission District. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH.
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