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placeholder September 19, 2016   •   VOL. 54, NO. 16   •   Oakland, CA
Catholic High School Information Guide

Carondelet constructing athletics complex
Since December 2015, Carondelet High School, Concord, has been working diligently to move forward with the purchase, planning and construction of the Carondelet Athletics Complex. On Aug. 11, the Walnut Creek Planning Commission reviewed Carondelet's proposal to transform the Club Sport Valley Vista, near the Boundary Oak Golf Course in Walnut Creek, into the Carondelet Athletics Complex. The drawing offers a map showing the layout of the complex. It will support 11 of Carondelet's 13 sports teams including: tennis, softball, soccer, lacrosse and aquatics. Currently, Carondelet's highly ranked teams travel all over the surrounding area to practice and compete in "home" games. When the complex is complete, it will be the first time in the school's 50-year history that these talented young women will have the home field advantage they deserve.
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