Anastacia Alba helped the Watsonville High softball team kick off the season with a bang with a smashing win Wednesday. The Junior infielder finished with three hits, two home runs–including a grand slam–, seven RBI and four runs scored in an 18-0 road win against...
Watsonville begins league play on Tuesday at home against Monterey at 4:30 p.m.
The Register-Pajaronian's high school football power rankings for week 6 of the 2018 season.
Because of poor air quality in the Bay Area stemming from the ongoing Camp Fire just east of Chico, all of Friday’s football games will take place on Saturday at five sites in the southern portion of the CCS. The CCS Cross Country Championships, too, were pushed back a day and moved to a different location. The section’s top runners will meet at Toro Park in Salinas on Sunday at 10 a.m.
The 6-foot-5, 315-pounder was still the down-to-earth, small-city guy that left to play college football at Colorado State with dreams of one day playing in the NFL.
The Aptos High girls’ cross country team ran away with the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title on Thursday at Pinto Lake County Park in Watsonville. Junior Susana Estrada placed second in 18 minutes, 17 seconds in the 2.93-mile varsity race to help the Mariners...
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.
Watsonville’s Layla Ruiz won the 400-, 1,600- and 3,200-meters in the Wildcatz’s Monterey Bay League Pacific division dual meet win over Gilroy on Thursday.
With airtight defense and short but powerful bursts of offense, No. 4 Watsonville held off No. 5 Los Gatos High, 3-1, on Saturday at Fremont High to advance to the CCS Division I semifinals for the first time since 2007.
The longtime Monterey Bay League Gabilan division rivals played to an unsatisfying scoreless tie at Emmett M. Geiser Field that left the teams, coaches and dozens of fans wanting more.