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Mariners’ showdown against San Benito canceled after Balers report Covid-19 outbreak | HS football 

APTOS—The Aptos High football team is on the brink of missing its first football game of the season due to Covid-19 protocols. The Mariners were notified Wednesday by San Benito High officials that Friday night’s game between both teams will be canceled. Aptos coach Randy Blankenship...

‘Catz pounce on Alisal in PCAL action | Girls basketball roundup

WATSONVILLE—Watsonville High senior Maritza Resendiz was in the right place at the right time in last week’s win for the Wildcatz girls' basketball team.   Resendiz stood just below the right side of the baseline and grabbed the offensive rebound, putting it back in for the...

‘Catz on the prowl for league dominance | High school wrestling

WATSONVILLE—Watsonville High senior wrestler Danisha Nuñez was finally able to see some action last weekend after a hectic offseason delayed her return to the mat.  The reigning Pacific Coast Athletic League champion made an appearance at the 13th annual Lady Royal Tournament at Overfelt High...

Sharks set to battle Cupertino in CCS quarterfinals | HS football

St. Francis High is one of five schools in Santa Cruz County that qualified for the upcoming Central Coast Section football postseason, which begins this weekend with the quarterfinals. The Sharks earned the No. 7 seed in the Division V bracket. They will take on...

Mariners bring home 16th CCS girls title | HS cross country

BELMONT—Aptos High’s Brooke Willoughby was a little disappointed that the Mariners weren’t able to capture a Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Cross Country championship banner this year. So, the junior standout runner and the rest of her teammates went into the Central Coast Section Championships...

Watsonville girls’ team rewarded with trip to postseason | CCS basketball

Members of the Watsonville High girls’ basketball team weren’t sure whether they’d get a chance to compete in the Central Coast Section playoffs.  But the Wildcatz snuck their way into the Division I bracket technically as the No. 16 seed and will play at No....

Mariners’ dance dazzles at summer camp

APTOS—Aptos High incoming junior Bella Garvey began dancing ballet when she was just 3 years old.  Since then, she’s continued to dance and slowly became part of what she calls her other family. “I really like the performing aspect of it, just getting to perform in...

Soquel High football team honored for earning county’s first state championship

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The Soquel High School football team paraded onto their home field Wednesday, sandwiched between the school’s band percussion team and the varsity cheerleaders in a special proclamation ceremony after becoming the first football team in Santa Cruz County to win a California Interscholastic Federation...

‘Catz dominate in PCAL Mission dual meet spectacle | High school track and field 

The Watsonville High track and field program hosted a heap of dual meets for seven teams within the Pacific Coast Athletic League Mission Division on Wednesday evening. The Wildcatz boys’ team was victorious in nine events with wins against Monterey High (86-38), Monte Vista Christian...

Falcons wallop ’Catz in league opener | HS football roundup

SCOTTS VALLEY—Watsonville High senior fullback Mathew Flores finished with 50 yards rushing and a touchdown in a 49-12 loss against Scotts Valley High the teams’ Pacific Coast Athletic League Cypress Division opener on Sept. 24.  Watsonville senior quarterback Colin Parker found receiver Anthony Campos for...
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Local teams awarded home game for CCS quarterfinals | High school...

A trio of local baseball teams have been preparing this week for the upcoming Central Coast Section baseball playoffs. Aptos, St. Francis and Scotts Valley...