After being named the state's Division III school of the year by Cal-Hi Sports in 2010-2011, Campolindo followed up with another dominant year in multiple sports.
The Cougars had a major impact in the traditional sports, winning North Coast Section titles in football, baseball and taking second in boys basketball.
The football team's feat was the most historic. A year after finishing with a losing record, the Cougars won the NCS Division III title and became just the second school from the East Bay to be selected for a California Interscholastic Federation bowl game (De La Salle is the other).
The Cougars ended up losing 21-16 to Washington Union-Frenso in the Division III bowl game, but success continued in other arenas for some of the team's biggest stars.
Senior Griffin Piatt, a major contributor to the football team as both a receiver and defensive back, was named Diablo Foothill Athletic League MVP in boys basketball as the Cougars reached the NCS Division III title game.
Junior Brett Stephens, the football team's quarterback, also helped the baseball team win its third consecutive NCS Division II championship. The Cougars also finished the year ranked No. 1 in the East Bay poll.
Campolindo teams earned six section titles in all. Here are some other highlights for Lamorinda teams from the 2011-2012 school year.