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April 5, 2020

College Football: Cabrillo's Aidan Daily signs with Memphis

A year after his world was turned upside down, inside out and every other direction imaginable, Corralitos native Aidan Daily signed his letter of intent to play football for the University of Memphis Tigers.

Girls' PCAL-C soccer: St. Francis holds off Castillo, Pajaro Valley for 4th straight win

The Grizzlies nearly forced a tie in the closing minutes of Wednesday’s contest at Emmett M. Geiser Field, but the Sharks’ defense held tough through a pressure-packed flurry over the final five minutes of their 2-1 win, their fourth straight victory.

CCCAA Beach Volleyball: Cabrillo captures first state team title

The Seahawks knocked off the defending California Community College Athletic Association champion MiraCosta College, 3-0, on May 10 at West Valley College to become the first team from Northern California to win the state beach volleyball championship.

Cabrillo returns with ‘upgraded’ roster, new coordinator for coach Arbet’s second season

From their monstrous offensive line, to a defensive backfield that features a handful of athletic studs standing 6-feet-tall and above, the Seahawks have the look of a winner. And they’re ready to prove that their play can match their appearance.

HS baseball roundup, 3/15: St. Francis splits series, M.V.C. sweeps Palma

St. Francis split its opening series of Pacific Coast Athletic League Gabilan division action against Salinas.

Weekly Roundup, 9/27-10/3: Watsonville wins Center Meet 2 behind big three

Miguel Leon, Damian Rivas and Jesus Alvarez took sixth, eighth and ninth, respectively, to help Watsonville win Pacific Coast Athletic League Cypress division Center Meet 2 at Pinto Lake on Wednesday.

Boys CCS Volleyball: Aptos falls in D-II final

The top-seeded Mariners came up short of winning the program’s first-ever Central Coast Section championship, falling to No. 2 Branham High, 26-24, 25-14, 29-27 in the Division II final at St. Francis-Mountain View.

HS football: Ron Myers retires from coaching

Ron Myers has spent nearly half a century on the football field sidelines, calling the shots and transforming countless student athletes into young adults off the field. But after 47 years, the godfather of the Black Death defense at...

HS Sports: Spring season put on hold due to COVID-19 concerns

The local sports world came to a sudden halt last week. Prep and college athletics took a seat due to rising concerns of the COVID-19 virus. Travis Fox, athletic director at Aptos High, said all athletic activities including games,...

Boys NorCal Volleyball: Losik lets play do the talking, Aptos advances to D-II semis

The No. 5-seeded Dons decided to talk a little trash to an already bouncy and hungry Kacey Losik and the senior outside hitter let his play do the talking. Losik pummeled the Acalanes defense with a game-high 21 kills, as No. 4 Aptos opened up the D-II regional playoffs with a 25-21, 25-17, 25-18 sweep.