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February 22, 2024

Sharks baseball team continues to roll in PCAL Mission play | Sports Roundup

SALINAS—St. Francis senior Kai Price put together a stellar performance on the mound Wednesday afternoon as he tossed a no-hitter in just five innings of work. The left-handed pitcher struck out 10 batters and gave up four walks for the Sharks baseball team in its...

John Wilson retires from coaching after 30 years on the sidelines

APTOS—The Cabrillo College athletics department last month announced that women's basketball coach John Wilson stepped down from his position and is retiring from coaching basketball.    The announcement came after the Seahawks’ commanding 63-44 win over De Anza College in their final home game of the...

Seahawks feeling confident with conference play underway | College baseball

APTOS—There is a strut in the steps of every member of the Cabrillo College baseball team this season.  A quiet self-assuredness that seems to permeate the facilities as the “first season” comes to a close and the “second season” gets underway. Last week, the Seahawks’ (3-0,...

Aptos boys’ hoops team gives Oakland a tough fight in NorCal D-III opener | Sports Roundup 

OAKLAND—The Aptos High boys’ basketball team was eliminated by Oakland High in the opening round of the CIF NorCal Division III playoffs Tuesday. Senior guard Cameron Saldana had 19 points for the No. 15 seeded Mariners who put up a fight until the final buzzer...

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...

Seahawks women’s soccer standout signs with Holy Names University 

APTOS—Cabrillo College soccer standout Jasmine Taylor will take her talents to Holy Names University in Oakland this fall.  The Aptos High alumna signed her National Letter of Intent to play for the Hawks—who are part of the NCAA Division II—in front of teammates, coaches and...

Mariners get huge win against league rival Santa Cruz | Girls basketball roundup

APTOS—The Aptos High girls’ basketball team has faced numerous challenges throughout the season. Ranging from last minute game postponements and players sitting out to due to Covid-19 protocols or injuries.   The Mariners were faced with another challenge when rival Santa Cruz High came into town,...

Covid-19 outbreak puts a damper on local prep and college sports

APTOS—A rise in Covid-19 cases throughout Santa Cruz County has put a halt to some collegiate and high school sports events in the area. The Cabrillo men’s basketball team was supposed to begin its California Community College Athletic Association Coast Conference South Division season this...

Podcast: Winter sports is comin’ to town | Cover 3 Sports

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Justin Hansen aims to rebuild Cabrillo | College Football

APTOS—The Cabrillo College football program is slowly piecing itself together after receiving a two-year suspension following a rules infraction in 2020. Justin Hansen, 45, a former Seahawks linebacker and defensive coordinator, is the first step of the rebuilding process.  He was recently named the program’s new...
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Former supervisor, tribal leader face off against incumbent congresswoman

Longtime Silicon Valley congresswoman Zoe Lofgren is locked in a contentious battle with Muwekma Ohlone tribal leader Charlene Nijmeh and former San Benito County...