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June 10, 2023

Local roundup, 1/9: Meyers, Mosqueda take third at Apple Cider Classic

Watsonville High’s Luke Meyers and Joaquin Mosqueda placed third in their respective weight division at the Apple Cider Classic on Saturday in Watsonville.

CIF Wrestling: M.V.C.’s Cabuag shows well at state

Monte Vista Christian freshman Christian Cabuag finished off his stellar wrestling season with a solid showing at the CIF state meet at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield on Friday.

HS Football, Week 0: St. Francis stuffs P.V. in Ausman's debut

St. Francis High was as dominant as could be on Friday night, welcoming in its first-year head coach with a 37-0 non-league win over cross-city rival Pajaro Valley High at Emmett M. Geiser Field in Watsonville.

CCS Soccer: No. 2 Wildcatz plow through No. 15 Titans, 5-1

The No. 2-seeded Wildcatz continued their second-half reanimation on Tuesday night in the rain, walloping No. 15 Gunn, 5-1, in the first round of the Central Coast Section Division I playoffs to record their sixth straight victory.

Grizzlies edge Sequoia to advance into D-I finals | CCS boys soccer

REDWOOD CITY—Pajaro Valley High senior Carlos Mata wasn’t in the starting lineup for their critical Central Coast Section Division I semifinal match against Sequoia High on Wednesday afternoon. In fact, he wasn’t even expecting to see any playing time on the pitch until he got...

Local roundup, 12/14: Solorzano’s 37 points lead P.V. over Stevenson

Jayleen Solorzano scored 37 points to lead the Pajaro Valley High Grizzlies past Stevenson High to a 66-54 win on Tuesday night in non-league action.

HS Football League Predictions, 2017: St. Francis, Watsonville, Aptos will all be in hunt in respective leagues

Aptos High and St. Francis High will try to make big splashes in their new leagues, while Watsonville High, Pajaro Valley High, North Monterey County High and Monte Vista Christian have their sights set on cementing themselves as one of the best teams in their league.

Old coaching colleagues meet as rivals in Battle of the Bay

When Kyle Shanahan was looking to get into the NFL as an assistant coach more than a decade ago, his father, Mike, called Jon Gruden and asked him to hire his son for an entry-level job in Tampa.

MBL Masters Meet: Watsonville's Ruiz, Salazar advance to CCS in multiple events

Salazar, a senior, took first in the 800-meters with a time of 2 minutes, 19.99 seconds, and Ruiz, a freshman, placed first in the 3,200 in 11:45.66.

SCCAL Softball Preview, 2018: Aptos, St. Francis young, ready to make run at championship

Both teams are young, talented and hungry to prove themselves in the league dominated by Soquel, Scotts Valley and San Lorenzo Valley over the last six seasons.