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November 30, 2022

Girl's SCCAL Golf Championship: Fort bags 2nd title with near perfect back 9

Fort not only repeated as the SCCAL champion and earned the league’s lone Central Coast Section qualifying spot but she did it with a surprisingly impressive final nine holes to card a career-best 10-over par 80.

G League Basketball: Warriors eclipse Suns, 141-117

The Santa Cruz Warriors set a new season-high in points in their 141-117 win over the Northern Arizona Suns on Wednesday night at Kaiser Permanente Arena.

JC Football: Cabrillo looks to continue hot start against Hartnell

Fresh off a dominant 23-6 win over Los Medanos College on Sept. 15, Cabrillo (2-0) will host Hartnell (3-0) at Carl Conelly Stadium in a game that will not only serve as the Seahawks’ home opener but their American-Golden Coast Conference opener, too.

Local Roundup, 9/5: Pajaro Valley volleyball still undefeated

The Pajaro Valley High Grizzlies improved to 4-0 on the season with a 25-18, 25-21, 25-15 sweep over Trinity Christian in non-league action on Friday night.

Boys' basketball roundup, 2/15: St. Francis closes regular season with wins

The St. Francis Sharks finished the regular season with pair of Pacific Coast Athletic League Mission division wins over Alvarez and Christopher.

Girl's SCCAL Volleyball: Aptos sweeps Mt. Madonna causing logjam atop league

The Aptos High Mariners added yet another wrinkle to the SCCAL championship chase on Thursday night, handing the Mt. Madonna Hawks their second loss of league play via a 25-19, 25-22, 25-20 sweep.

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.