Gomes said the 2017 Condors have several similarities to the 2009 team, which also had less than 15 seniors but battled its way to a 7-4 record and a Central Coast Section playoff berth.
On the first day of the 30th annual $100,000 Nordic Naturals Challenger presented by Santa Cruz County Bank, four out of the eight seeded players in the tournament lost in the first round.
The young up-and-coming stars of the 30th annual $100,000 Nordic Naturals Challenger presented by Santa Cruz County Bank came to play on Tuesday at the Seascape Sports Club in Aptos.
Carrancho, a Watsonville High alumnus who runs for the University of Alaska Anchorage, completed the scenic 13.1-mile rural route past agricultural fields and vineyards in 1 hour, 12 minutes and 10 seconds. He shaved off more than four minutes from his ti
Recent Monte Vista Christian graduate Delaney Moore signed her letter of intent to play basketball for the Idaho State Bengals over the weekend, the former Mustangs’ star told the Register-Pajaronian Monday.
The Mustangs will still throw it around plenty in Dini’s record-setting spread offense but the player tossing the ball will be brand-new. Additionally, the defense has also been revamped.
The Mariners will be playing with the big boys this season in the Monterey Bay League Gabilan division after the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League decided to disband for football last December.
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Overall, student-athlete participation was at an all-time high for the fifth consecutive year, making a .78 percent leap to 785,357 participants.