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Seahawks revamp coaching staff for new season | College baseball

APTOS— The Cabrillo College baseball team began its season under a new era of coaching that prioritizes individual development for the betterment of the team. Seahawks manager Scott Masik strongly believes in the team motto: One percent better, every day. The first-year skipper made this his...

Seahawks overmatched by dominant West Valley squad | College basketball

APTOS— The Cabrillo College men's basketball team had last week’s matchup against West Valley circled as one of its critical games of the season. Shortly after losing two heartbreakers by three points, a win would have brought the Seahawks back to .500 for the season. However,...

Seahawks win twice at Saltwater Classic Tournament | Men’s basketball

APTOS — The Cabrillo College men’s basketball team hosted the Saltwater Classic Tournament this past weekend which featured teams from as far up north as Folsom. The Seahawks (6-3) finished with a 2-1 record in the tourney including a 100-83 win against Butte College in...

Seahawks scrap season amid player shortage | Women’s basketball

APTOS—The Cabrillo College women’s basketball team had a tough decision to make during the offseason. It was either go into the season with a limited roster or continue practicing to develop for next year. The program as a whole concluded that taking a year off to...

Seahawks advance in NorCal playoffs | Men’s soccer

SEASIDE—After finishing the regular season with three consecutive ties, the Cabrillo College men's soccer team still managed to qualify for the NorCal Regional playoffs.  The No. 9-seeded Seahawks defeated No. 24 Modesto, 3-0, in the first round of California Community College Athletic Association postseason action...

Seahawks edge CCSF to capture conference title | Women’s soccer

APTOS—The stakes were high for the Cabrillo College women’s soccer team going into Friday night’s season finale.   Not only did the Seahawks have a chance of clinching a Coast Conference South Division title, but they also had a shot of finishing the regular season with...

Seahawks improving after first year of reinstatement | College football

APTOS—After a two-year suspension, the Cabrillo College football team returned to action with an entirely new identity.  It was a rough start full of growing pains but Seahawks first-year head coach Justin Hansen is optimistic about the future of the program. “The one thing I can’t...

Seahawks’ football returns after two-year hiatus

APTOS—It almost feels like an eternity since the Cabrillo College football team last saw some action on the field.  But two years after they were placed on probation due to a violation for housing out-of-area players, the Seahawks are back and ready to take on...

Seahawks women’s soccer program recruits local talent

APTOS—The Cabrillo College women’s soccer program is in the midst of building something special this offseason. Nellie Pintor of Aptos High was one of nine new local recruits who recently committed to play for the Seahawks in the upcoming fall season. The midfielder/forward had some options...

Local track and field athletes shine at Garlic Classic Invitational | Sports Roundup

GILROY—The Aptos High boys’ track and field squad displayed another powerful performance to help claim the team title at the Garlic Classic Invitational at Christopher High on March 19. The Mariners finished with a score of 66.25 in the 21-team field. Enterprise (57.5) took second,...
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Showing the Love

New School Community Day School teacher Bryan Love left a 20-year career in sales and business 14 years ago after a family emergency forced...