Senior guard Chloe Deleissegues had 30 points, six assists and nine rebounds to lead the St. Francis High girls’ basketball team past No. 5 Stevenson, 71-66, and into the semifinal round of the Central Coast Section Division V tournament on Saturday at Alma Heights Christian in Pacifica.
Watsonville native Carlos Torres made a strong debut for Triple-A Sacramento last week but struggled a bit in his second start on the mound Friday.
All-Pajaronian Basketball Team, 2019: Pajaro Valley’s star scorers Christian Quintero, Jayleen Solorzano named area’s top players
Quintero carried the boys’ team to its first-ever Central Coast Section quarterfinals berth, and also earned league M.V.P. honors. Solorzano, meanwhile, powered the girls’ squad to its first-ever winning season and league championship, while also being named the M.V.P. in her respective league.
A star on the soccer team in the winter and the track and field squad in the spring, Brynn Mitchell is one of Aptos High’s rising athletes poised to become a leader this school year.
Watsonville High cross country runner Layla Ruiz won the girl’s freshman race at the Pacific Grove Invitational on Saturday in Pacific Grove.
Martin Gonzalez, Pajaro Valley, (Jr.): Grizzlies’ junior racked up a game-high 236 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries in last week’s PCAL-Santa Lucia game against Harbor. Alana Patyk-Randa, Aptos, (Sr.): Mariners’ senior tallied a team-high 29 assists, four aces and three kills in Tuesday’s...
For several local student-athletes, the last 12 months were filled with championship performances, inspirational efforts and unforgettable matchups. Some used their skills on the court, field, pool, track and trails to wow spectators, while others showcased their drive and attitude to inspire young and old.
The Sharks lost 9-4 Tuesday to defending SCCAL champion S.L.V. The loss eliminated the Sharks from the SCCAL title hunt, but they bounced back on Thursday with a 14-1 win over Santa Cruz High at home to set the program record for most wins in a single season (11).
Santa Cruz (2-0) hit 12 of its 16 shots from beyond the arc over the first two quarters, and held Stockton (2-2) to just 45 points to jump out to a 34-point lead heading into the locker room.
SANTA CRUZ–The Watsonville High boys’ basketball team on Tuesday took a short road trip up Highway 1 to square off against crosstown rival Pajaro Valley High. The Wildcatz hosted the Grizzlies in their Pacific Coast Athletic League Cypress Division game at Kaiser Permanente Arena, home of the Santa Cruz...