Riley Overend, Marin IJ

Riley Overend

Marin IJ

Kentfield, CA, United States

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Past articles by Riley:

San Anselmo, Larkspur virus aid helps struggling businesses

With the help of hundreds of donors, local chambers of commerce are helping small businesses during the COVID-19 slowdown. → Read More

Marin victim of coach’s sexual abuse speaks out to erase stigma

“What I endured will always be a part of who I am,” says Stevie Gould, the former Redwood High School tennis standout. “There’s no escaping that. So instead of running from that, I’ve decided to face it head on.” → Read More

Fitness clubs move outdoors as members embrace ‘Muscle Lawn’

It may not be business as usual, but Martha Domont has found a way to revive her Rolling Hills fitness club this month while most competitors remain limited by the resurgent pandemic. → Read More

Marin reusable bag ban ends, but some grocers wary

Marin County health officials lifted their temporary ban on reusable bags last Wednesday, but some local markets are maintaining a cautious approach out of concern for their customers and employees. → Read More

Detwiler steps down as San Rafael baseball coach

When Steve Detwiler took the field with his San Rafael High baseball team for its MCAL opener against Branson in March, he couldn’t possibly have imagined it would be his last game as the Bulldogs’ head coach. → Read More

San Anselmo nurse aids coronavirus-stricken tribes in New Mexico

As the contraction rate among Native Americans worsened, Felicia Phillips decided to leave Marin behind in an attempt to help. → Read More

Marin high school coaches fear state officials will postpone fall sports

The writing may be on the wall for fall sports ahead of the California Interscholastic Federation’s decision next Monday. → Read More

Junior colleges postpone all fall sports to 2021

Cross country and women’s golf became the final junior college sports from the fall season to be postponed until January in the latest contingency plan released by the California Community Co… → Read More

Hattenbach provided a glimpse of greatness for San Rafael baseball

Led by 6-foot-7 lefty Hayden Hattenbach, the Bulldogs’ baseball program boasted a deep senior class that seemed destined for a long-awaited playoff run. → Read More

Marin Catholic linebacker commits to Syracuse just before recruiting shutdown

Marin Catholic linebacker Ryan Dolan picked a wild week to schedule his college football recruiting visits. → Read More

Marin chef tests waters with donor-supported meals for Novato seniors

With help from a donation, a Marin restaurant group is coming through with “outrageously good” delivery meals where seniors live. → Read More

IJ girls basketball Player of the Year: Redwood’s Kylie Horstmeyer

Kylie Horstmeyer refused to let history haunt the Redwood girls basketball team last month. → Read More

IJ boys basketball Player of the Year: Branson’s Peyton Mullarkey

The world's most grueling weightlifting program would not have prepared Peyton Mullarkey for the burden he'd have to shoulder at Branson this season. → Read More

Former Drake water polo star avoids coronavirus scare at Stanford

Quinn Woodhead wasn’t far away when his Stanford water polo teammate received his negative test result for coronavirus on March 14. In hindsight, it’s fortunate the housemates didn’t celebrat… → Read More

San Rafael Pacifics headed to Pecos League

Last year, a major fallout between the Pacific Association and the San Rafael Pacifics -- the two-time defending champion and founding member of the league -- left questions about whether professional baseball would return to Marin in 2020. → Read More

Boys basketball: San Domenico’s depth unmatched in Division V

Sometimes all it takes takes is one big win to start believing. → Read More

Baseball: Marin Catholic cruises past Drake in MCAL opener

Marin Catholic baseball freshman Carl Schmidt wasted no time introducing himself to the MCAL, going deep in his first varsity at-bat to spark the Wildcats' 14-4 win at Drake on Tuesday. → Read More

College of Marin baseball preview: Mariners building momentum ahead of opener

After an unusually shaky 1-7 start to the season, College of Marin baseball (9-10) is surging back to .500 heading into Tuesday's Bay Valley Conference opener against Napa Valley thanks to a bevy of former MCAL standouts. → Read More

MCAL baseball preview: Tam appears the team to beat

After returning all but two starters and ranking among the top teams in the state, there won't be any shortage of hype around the Tam baseball program this year. → Read More

NorCal hoops: San Domenico boys advance to first-ever NorCal semifinals

A year ago, Aleksa Milentijevic might not have laid out for the loose ball he saved in the fourth quarter of San Domenico’s NorCal Division V quarterfinals. But one season under legendary Mar… → Read More