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20 Athletes in 20 Days: Jayleen Solorzano

One of the bright spots for Pajaro Valley’s athletic program last school year, Solorzano figures to be one of the most well-rounded three-sport student-athletes once again.

Nordic Naturals Challenger: Playful Bublik beats Broady for title

Bublik had plenty of fun both on the court and off of it at Sunday’s Nordic Naturals Challenger singles championship. The 20-year-old captured his second Challenger title of the year, beating crowd favorite Liam Broady, 6-2, 6-3, and then hopped into the

HS Athletes of the Week, 12/14: Marcos Reyes & Natalia Ackerman

The Register-Pajaronian High School Athletes of the Week for the week of Dec. 3-Dec. 9.

Aptos wins SCCAL cross country team championship

WATSONVILLE—When the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League was given the green light to allow the cross country season to proceed, most coaches and students figured they’d get to at least one or two meets, at the most.  Six weeks later and with no reported Covid-19...

Cabrillo College: Marcopulos steps down as men’s basketball coach

The Cabrillo College Athletics Department announced Thursday that longtime men’s basketball coach Tony Marcopulos will step down from his position. Marcopulos spent 20 years at the helm, leading his teams to at least a share of the Coast Conference South championship 10 times and winning...

JC roundup, 3/15: Cabrillo women’s hoops season ends in Merced

The clock struck midnight for the 2018-19 Cabrillo College women’s basketball program on March 9, as it fell in the final round of the CCCAA NorCal playoffs to the Merced College Blue Devils in Merced, 70-46.

Local Roundup, 7/20: S.C. Red wins Colt Regional, advances to Super Regional

The Santa Cruz Red Colt baseball team won the NorCal Coast Regional tournament on Monday at Harvey West Park in Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz Red beat Santa Cruz Blue by forfeit, as the latter was unable to field enough players in a winner-take-all final.

AAU girls’ hoops team wins Bay Area tourney

RICHMOND—A local Amateur Athletic Union girls’ basketball team won a competitive tournament in the Bay Area this past weekend.  Athletic Club Santa Cruz beat out teams from Oakland, Richmond and San Francisco to capture the championship that was held at a local gymnasium in Richmond. ACSC...

End of an era: Randy Blankenship retires after 50-year football coaching career

Several words come to mind when describing longtime Aptos High football coach Randy Blankenship. Most will say he’s stern when it comes to his coaching methods, while others might call him caring, enthusiastic and motivational.   Yet, it might take just one word when talking about his...

JC Softball Preview, 2017: Slugging Seahawks off to slow start

Cabrillo College softball has been electric at the plate but has not been able to keep up on the mound.