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February 24, 2024

Local Roundup, 2/22: Watsonville’s Pena, M.V.C’s Cabaug earn No. 2 seeds for CCS wrestling

Watsonville High’s Abel Pena and Monte Vista Christian’s Christian Cabaug were given the No. 2 seed in their respective weight classes for the upcoming Central Coast Section Wrestling Championships.

CCS Wrestling: Several locals wrestle into quarterfinals; Watsonville’s Pena misses weight

Seven local wrestlers advanced to the quarterfinals of their respective weight bracket at the Central Coast Section Championships on Friday at Independence High in San Jose.

Local Roundup, 8/3: Watsonville’s Rivera notches first save of pro career

Watsonville High alumnus Chris Rivera recorded the first save of his professional career on Wednesday, tossing two strong innings in the GCL Cardinals’ 4-2 win over the GCL Mets.

Local Roundup. 12/16: St. Francis girls’ soccer continues undefeated season

Riley Croghan scored two goals, Ashley Raich scored and made an assist and the St. Francis High girls’ soccer team improved to 6-0 on the season with a 5-0 preseason win over Anzar High on Thursday evening.

Nordic Naturals Challenger features vets, upstarts

Luxembourg’s most successful male tennis player will headline the 31st edition of the Nordic Naturals Challenger when the main draw begins on Monday.

CCS Football: Aptos' playoff game rescheduled for third time

The Central Coast Section Open Division III playoff game between Aptos and Terra Nova was pushed for a third time on Monday morning due to poor air quality stemming from the ongoing fire in Northern California.

Local Roundup, 2/13: Santa Cruz Warriors halt 3-game losing streak in OT

The Santa Cruz Warriors halted a three-game losing streak on Sunday night with a 131-127 overtime victory over the South Bay Lakers.

20 Athletes in 20 Days: Paola Jacobs

Even though she was only a sophomore last school year, Jacobs was already a star for the Mt. Madonna Hawks in the fall and the spring.

Sambrailo inks 3-year extension with Atlanta

The 6-foot-5, 315-pound St. Francis alumnus was set to become a free agent in March, but Atlanta did not allow the tackle to hit the open market. Terms of the deal were not released by the team, but reports around the NFL claimed the deal was in the $18 million range.

Local roundup, 12/14: Solorzano’s 37 points lead P.V. over Stevenson

Jayleen Solorzano scored 37 points to lead the Pajaro Valley High Grizzlies past Stevenson High to a 66-54 win on Tuesday night in non-league action.