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Togo’s Athletes of the Week, 01/10: Christian Quintero, Aubree Westjohn

Christian Quintero, Pajaro Valley, (Sr.): Grizzlies’ senior recorded a double-double by scoring a team-high 34 points and grabbing 10 rebounds in a loss against...

Girls basketball: Aptos’ Ackerman hoping to pair individual, team success

APTOS—Natalia Ackerman knows what it’s like to hoist a Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League and Central Coast Section Division III basketball title...

HS football: Orradre named top player in Pajaro Valley

St. Francis senior Lawson Orradre is a man of few words. This season, he let his actions speak for itself whenever he hit the...

On the Lowdown: End of an era

The Oakland Raiders recently played its final regular season game against the Denver Broncos on Sunday. I made the trip to Colorado to watch...

Togo’s Athletes of the Week, 01/03: Donovan Mendoza, Angelica Cortes

Donovan Mendoza, Watsonville, (Jr.): Wildcatz’s junior had a team-high 20 points in a non-league loss to Strathcona Composite High on Monday in the Surf...

Weekly Roundup: Mustangs win Holiday Classic Tournament

The Monte Vista Christian girls’ basketball team played host in last weekend’s Don and Martha Price Holiday Classic tournament. However,...

On the Lowdown: Placement needs further review

This year’s high school football season came to an end a little more than a month ago. But the Pacific Coast Athletic...

Girls basketball: Mustangs gear up for PCAL-Gabilan title run

WATSONVILLE—The Monte Vista Christian girls’ basketball team surprised a lot of people after it made a deep run in last year’s Central...

Togo’s Athletes of the Week, 12/27: Kevin Rincon, Natalia Ackerman

Kevin Rincon, Pajaro Valley, (Jr.): Grizzlies’ junior recorded a goal in a 2-0 win against Soquel High in non-league play. He has...

Girls basketball: Sharks caught on the short side

WATSONVILLE—St. Francis High girls’ basketball coach Randy Braga has a motto that goes “progress, not perfection.” It’s a saying...