Santa Cruz High's Matthew Holcomb carded a 73. Aptos High senior Max Meltzer finished second, firing a 75. Scotts Valley High’s Ben Edens (77) and Aptos’ Adam McDonald (78) followed in third and fourth, respectively, and were the only two other golfers to
The Cabrillo College Seahawks were given the No. 11 seed in the upcoming California Community College Athletic Association Northern California Regional and are set to play No. 7 Merced College in a best-of-three series.
Justin Pero singled, homered, drove in three runs and also scored three times for the Sox.
Focused, relaxed and smooth, Clarke dominated the field each time he jumped into the San Lorenzo Valley High pool to help the Mariners four-peat as SCCAL champs. He picked up wins in the 500-yard freestyle and 200 individual medley with times of 4 minutes
Kathryn Bockman, committed to NCAA Division I UC Davis, was one of three Mariners that finished the day as multi-event winners. Sisters Lauren, a sophomore, and Madi, a freshman, McBride also won more than one race.
WATSONVILLE — David Reese, the man responsible for turning the Monte Vista Christian football program into a consistent league and section title contender, recently turned in his letter of resignation after spending the last nine years as the school’s foo
Christian Magana hit two doubles, had three RBIs and scored three times. Nicholas Jimenez had two RBIs and scored four runs. Nathaniel Arreola hit four singles, drove in three runs and scored three times. Nicolas Teixeira homered and had three RBIs. Trist
The Aptos High Mariners won the rubber match, 4-3, against the Santa Cruz High Cardinals on Thursday to take the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League’s lone qualifying berth for the Central Coast Section Team Championships.
Despite the challenges of being a two-sport athlete, Ramirez has achieved success in both sports.
St. Francis High alumnus Sahid Valenzuela ranks second in the Big West Conference in batting average (.370) and hits per game (1.42) and has been named to the Brooks Wallace Award Watch List — an award given to the nation’s top shortstop.