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205 at the Vida Blue Celebrity Golf Tournament at Sequoia Country Club in Oakland on Monday. Adverti

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Briefs sports Back North Season

The CIF North Coast Section Executive Committee will have a meeting on Friday at 1 p.m. to discuss three items, highlighted by a proposal for a reduction of the size of the 2017 NCS Football Championship brackets, from 16 teams to eight, and extending the regular season a week longer.

The smaller items to be discussed are a proposal to revise the interpretation of “participation” in regards to students transferring schools, and a moratorium on a rule requiring teams to have played an even number of contests. The latter addresses issues presented by the cancelation of many athletic contests over the past two weeks due to the North Bay fires.

The North Bay fires are also the issue that led to the proposal extending the regular season and cutting the playoff brackets in half. The idea behind the proposal is that an extra week for schools to get in all 10 games could allow every team a fair chance of playing a full schedule, regardless of the impact the fires had on their athletic calender. Other issues the committee will consider include the monetary impact of losing between 25 and 30 teams from the playoff structure, how much relief the proposal would actually offer, and schools who may have already purchased merchandise and memorabilia for an expected playoff appearance. The Central Coast Section approved a similar measure nine days ago.

The proposal, should it be approved by the NCS committee, would impact only the 2017 NCS playoffs. Although the change from 11 weeks to play 10 games to 12 weeks may be considered for long-term implementation, that possibility will not be discussed at Friday’s meeting.

Pitti memorial service

A memorial service for former San Marin coach and athletic director Craig Pitti, who died last week, will be held at Our Lady of Loretto Church in Novato at 11 a.m. on November 18.

San Marin High is also expected to hold their own tribute for Pitti in the near future, although details have yet to be determined.

Goff fire fundraiser

Los Angeles Rams quarterback and Marin Catholic product Jared Goff has started a GoFundMe page to raise funds for relief from the North Bay fires.

“I wanted to do it a while back, I just hadn’t gotten around to doing it,” Goff told reporters on Wednesday. “Being where I’m from, I wanted to give back.”

Goff’s fundraiser will benefit the Sonoma County Fire Association.


Benjamin Friedman, 11, a fifth grader at Edna Maguire School in Mill Valley, raised $12,205 at the Vida Blue Celebrity Golf Tournament at Sequoia Country Club in Oakland on Monday.


Friedman played hole No. 5, a par-3 hole, against every player. Players paid to use his shot, which was said to hit the green close 97 percent of the time. The money raised goes to the Baby Beau Fund at the Northern Light School in Oakland in honor of Friedman’s twin, who died of SIDS.


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