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January 30, 2023

G League Basketball: Santa Cruz routs Stockton in home opener, 123-104

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.

Boy's SCCAL Basketball: St. Francis PG Rodriguez earns SCCAL’s MVP

St. Francis High senior point guard Sandor Rene Rodriguez was named the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League’s Most Valuable Player of the Year by the coaches from around the seven-team league.

JC roundup: Sweet-swinging Seahawks slog through soggy conditions

Freshman pitcher Gio Besio (5-1) threw a complete game of three-hit ball, allowing just one run while striking out four, as Cabrillo easily took the first of a three-game series, 6-1, against Skyline College Trojans in Aptos on Monday.

SCCAL Cross Country Championships, 2017: Aptos boys, girls repeat as league champions

The girls captured their sixth straight title and 13th over the last 15 years in a miraculous one-point upset of Santa Cruz High, while the boys finished off their dominant league season with a commanding 47-point victory to repeat as league champs.

Mariners join two other league rivals in CCS D-III bracket | Girls basketball 

APTOS—The Aptos High girls’ basketball team is on its way to compete in the Central Coast Section playoffs after securing an at-large bid in Wednesday’s seeding meeting. It’s been a week since the Mariners last played and it’ll be an extra five days before the...

Podcast: Breaking down the PCAL-Gabilan | Cover 3 Sports In this week’s episode, sports editors Emanuel Lee and Juan Reyes will recap Week 1 of the football season to talk about the games that happened, some that didn’t and one that got called off during halftime. Then they’ll bring on sports reporter John Devine...

‘Catz aim to make a deep run in CCS Open Division playoffs | Boys soccer

WATSONVILLE—Watsonville High coach Roland Hedgpeth is a member on the Central Coast Section boys’ soccer committee board.   On Thursday, the board got together—like they do each year—to discuss division placements, seedings and first round opponents for the upcoming postseason. The Wildcatz earned the No. 2 seed...

Local teams continue seasons in CIF NorCal playoffs

The Watsonville High boys’ soccer team earned the No. 2 seed in the Division I field for the upcoming CIF NorCal Regional playoffs.  The Wildcatz (16-4-3), who are coming off a Central Coast Section Open Division championship run, will host No. 7 Modesto (18-1-3) in...

Girls' CCS basketball roundup: St. Francis eliminated in heartbreaker; Aptos advances to 3rd straight final

The loss wraps up a solid season for the Sharks, and interim coach Adam Hazel, who took over two weeks into the year. They finished with a 12-13 overall record, but managed to win a share of the Pacific Coast Athletic League Cypress division title.

Mustangs stomp Notre Dame in PCAL opener | Girls basketball

WATSONVILLE— The Monte Vista Christian girls’ basketball team began league play exactly how they intended.  With a decisive win. The Mustangs defeated Notre Dame Salinas, 38-11, in the teams’ Pacific Coast Athletic League Mission Division opener Tuesday night.   Sophomore guard Sophia Cortes made her presence known with...