Senior quarterback Sean White threw a pair of touchdowns but those were two of just a few highlights for the Monte Vista Christian Mustangs in a 42-16 loss to red-hot Salinas High on Friday night at "The Pit" in Monterey Bay League Gabilan division action.
The Mariners thumped the Haybalers 35-12 in a hard-hitting but ultimately lopsided Monterey Bay League Gabilan division victory to stay undefeated in league play.
The Aptos High Mariners girl’s golf team won its fourth straight Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League championship on Thursday night with a 128-142 win over Scotts Valley High at DeLaveaga Golf Course in Santa Cruz.
Bravo and the Wildcatz no longer have to quickly decipher the half-illuminated numbers from the old scoreboard, thanks to Bill Moncovich, the owner and co-founder of California Giant Berry Farms. Moncovich, who was born and raised in Watsonville and graduated from Watsonville High, donated $15,000 to help the school refurbish its aging scoreboard.
Cook, a 6-foot-2, 179-pound guard who was twice named a G League All-Star with the Canton Charge, joins rookie forward Chris Boucher as the team’s other two-way player.
Smoke kept Aptos, St. Francis, Watsonville from playing last weekend.
Coached by Randy Blankenship, the Mariners (4-2, 3-0) have won their first three games against MBL-G opponents by a combined 90 points and also have the advantage of an extra week’s rest after their game against Alvarez High last week was postponed because of poor air quality, stemming from the California Wine Country Fires.
From the first point to the last, Manor and the Aptos High Mariners dominated the Harbor High Pirates to the tune of a 25-16, 25-9, 25-15 sweep to pull into a tie for first place in the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League with three games to go.
The Cabrillo College women’s volleyball team took sole possession of first place in the Coast Conference North division with a 25-12, 13-25, 25-14, 25-16 win over West Valley College on Friday night in Aptos.