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HS Football, Week 10: Aptos falls short of MBL-G title against Salinas

The Mariners came tantalizingly close to the Monterey Bay League Gabilan division championship on Friday night but the Cowboys were cleaner and more focused when it mattered most, doing just enough to edge Aptos, 31-21, for the program’s first league title since 2014.

HS Football Roundup, Week 10: Watsonville routs Pajaro Valley to take back Kup

James Sandoval scored a pair of touchdowns and the Watsonville High Wildcatz shutout Pajaro Valley, 30-0, on Friday night at Carl Conelly Stadium on the campus of Cabrillo College in the 11th annual Belgard Kup Game.

HS Football, Week 10: St. Francis' playoff hopes in jeopardy after loss to Santa Cruz

With their first league title since the program’s inception in 2006 within sight, the St. Francis High Sharks came tantalizingly close to completing a furious comeback but ultimately fell to the home team Santa Cruz High Cardinals, 21-14, on Friday night in Mission Trail Athletic League Coastal division action.

Girls CCS Water Polo: Aptos' season ends in D-II quarterfinals

No. 6 Aptos High and No. 3 Menlo were about as even as possible through three quarters of their CCS Division II quarterfinal match, heading into the fourth in a 4-4 tie. But the Knights made more plays down the stretch to eliminate the Mariners in a 7-5 victory on Saturday in Aptos.

Girls SCCAL Tennis Championships: Totah, Sampson twins repeat for Aptos; St. Francis' Finch calls it a career

Sophomore Mia Totah rolled to a 6-0, 6-0 win over St. Francis High junior Gabi Gutierrez to claim the singles title for the second consecutive year, while twin sisters Lila and Rebecca Sampson, also sophomores, matched her output en route to a repeat title in the doubles, topping St. Francis’ duo of Katherine Casper and Maya Talavera, 6-0, 6-0.

G League Basketball: Warriors rout Clippers, 131-98, in season opener

Quinn Cook poured in 30 points, grabbed five rebounds and made five assists and six other Warriors scored at least 15 points in Santa Cruz's 131-98 season-opening victory over the Agua Caliente Clippers at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, Calif. on Friday night.

Girls CCS volleyball: Schurman seeing fine, hitting better for defending D-IV champ M.V.C.

The Mustangs junior outside hitter had to sit out the entirety to last year’s post season because of an injury to her right eye which required surgery to repair.

G League Basketball: Warriors ready after offseason full of changes

Only three players that were signed with Santa Cruz last season return to the team and head coach Casey Hill, who led the franchise to a championship in 2015 and is now the leader of the Agua Caliente Clippers, is also gone, replaced by first-time head coach Aaron Miles in July.

Local Roundup, 11/2: Fort competes at CCS golf championship

Aptos High senior Amanda Fort finished tied for 59th at Tuesday’s Central Coast Section golf championships at the Laguna Seca Golf Ranch in Monterey.

SCCAL Cross Country Championships, 2017: Aptos boys, girls repeat as league champions

The girls captured their sixth straight title and 13th over the last 15 years in a miraculous one-point upset of Santa Cruz High, while the boys finished off their dominant league season with a commanding 47-point victory to repeat as league champs.