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January 31, 2023

Mariners sink ‘Catz in non-league action | Boys soccer

APTOS—Aptos High junior Eddie Alvarez has been slowly making a name for himself as one of the premier soccer players in the area. The Mariners’ superstar forward made a case for himself Tuesday night in a 3-0 shutout win over perennial powerhouse Watsonville High in...

‘Catz on the search for new football head coach

WATSONVILLE—The Watsonville High football program is on the hunt for a new head coach this offseason after the school announced that Anthony Valdivia was relieved of his duties. Watsonville High Assistant Principal Joe Gregorio said it ultimately came down to a personnel issue. “As a district...

Mariners fall to St. Ignatius in CCS semifinals | High school football

SAN FRANCISCO—Aptos High senior Caden Prichard stood on the sideline Friday night as he watched the seconds tick away in his final season.     With tears rolling down his cheeks, he gave every one of his teammates one last hug after the No. 3-seeded Mariners lost...

‘Catz earn trip to state championships | Girls cross country

BELMONT—It’s been a little more than two decades since the Watsonville High girls’ country team last made a trip to the CIF State Championships.  But the Wildcatz will be back in action after they barely qualified in last week’s Central Coast Section finals.  Watsonville sophomore Katelynn...

Aptos’ Trent Nosky wins CCS title | Boys cross country

BELMONT—Aptos High senior Trent Nosky has been on a mission since the boys’ cross country season took off nearly three months ago.  The Mariners’ top runner—who was fresh coming off a Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title—was at it again after a strong performance at...

Mariners cruise past Christopher, advances to D-II semifinals | CCS football

APTOS—It was a cold chilly night for Aptos High football fans who were bundled up and ready to see some action on Trevin Dilfer Memorial Field one final time this season. The No. 3 seeded Mariners did not disappoint the home crowd as they dominated...

Sharks’ season ends in loss to Santa Teresa | High school football

SAN JOSE—St. Francis High was selected as the final team to earn an at-large bid for this year’s Central Coast Section football playoffs.  The underdog Sharks—which they’re used to hearing by now—was awarded the No. 5 seed in the Division IV field, hoping to get...

Aptos’ Trent Nosky sprints to victory at SCCAL finals | High school cross country

WATSONVILLE—Aptos High senior Trent Nosky continuously looked over his shoulder as he made his way toward the finish line in last week’s league finals. It wasn’t a sprint to the finish but he was still cautious enough to know that anything can happen at the...

PV’s Yareli Zamora makes school history | Girls tennis

It was a momentous season for Pajaro Valley senior Yareli Zamora who made school history and etched herself in the record books.  The Grizzlies ace tennis player captured the program’s first-ever singles championship after winning the Pacific Coast Athletic League Cypress Division championship. Zamora defeated Rancho...

MVC’s Isa Madrigal named Mission Division’s best offensive player

WATSONVILLE—Monte Vista Chritian senior Isabella Madrigal was a powerful weapon on the hard court for the Mustangs’ girls volleyball this season. Her production didn’t go unnoticed by coaches within the Pacific Coast Athletic League, which named her the Mission Division’s Best Offensive Player of the...
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Preps of the Week: Watsonville’s Karlos Corpus, Aptos’ Alessandra Zuniga |...

This week’s edition of the Pajaronian Sports Ticker highlights local prep athletes for their performances during the week of Jan. 23-29.  Coaches and athletic directors...