Cabrillo College picked up a pair of sweeps on Saturday in a three-way tournament against College of the Sequoias and Feather River College in Aptos. The Seahawks beat C.O.S. 25-16, 25-16, 25-13 and edged Feather River 25-23, 27-25, 28-26.
The Monte Vista Christian girls volleyball team will begin its Central Coast Section Division IV title defense on Wednesday night at home against Half Moon Bay High at 7 p.m.
The St. Francis High Sharks moved to within one win of the program's first-ever league title on Friday night in a 40-27 Mission Trail Athletic League Coastal division win over Gonzales High on the road.
The Cabrillo College Seahawks dropped their fifth straight game on Saturday night, losing 35-21 to Reedley College on Fry’s Field at Carl Conelly Stadium in Aptos.
Mendoza stormed into the pocket unblocked for a key strip sack in the fourth quarter and junior running back Marcos Reyes put the finishing touches on what turned out to be an historic 49-28 Monterey Bay League Gabilan division win over the Monte Vista Christian Mustangs on Friday night.
Halloween came early for Watsonville High, which had no tricks and certainly got no treats Friday night in Gilroy. The Wildcatz were thumped by the Christopher High Cougars 42-14 in a Monterey Bay League Pacific division game.
MBL Cross Country Championships, 2017: Ruiz impresses again en route to Watsonville's first female title since '89
Ruiz not only cruised to the individual Pacific division title at the Monterey Bay League Championships but finished just four seconds behind the Gabilan division champion, Notre Dame-Salinas sophomore Angela Leavitt, in the league’s overall results.
The Aptos High Mariners captured a share of their fifth straight Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League championship on Thursday night with a 25-16, 25-21, 23-25, 25-9 win over Scotts Valley High in Aptos.
The addition of two-way contracts has opened up some new possibilities for several NBA squads looking to stash and develop young prospects or keep serviceable backups in case of emergencies.
The Mission Trail Athletic League and Monterey Bay League will merge into a 33-school super league, the largest in the Central Coast Section, dubbed the Pacific Coast Athletic League starting in the 2018-19 school year.