JC Softball Preview, 2017: Slugging Seahawks off to slow start
Cabrillo College softball has been electric at the plate but has not been able to keep up on the mound.
Girl's CCS Soccer: Youthful Watsonville gives powerhouse Woodside all it can handle in 1-0 loss
No. 12 Watsonville, which has never won a playoff game, let alone a CCS title, not only played toe-to-toe with the last year’s Open Division champ but had a shot of sending the game into overtime and buying itself a few more minutes at the upset.
D-League Basketball: Santa Cruz handles Reno, 116-96
The Santa Cruz Warriors defeated the Reno Bighorns 116-96 in wire-to-wire fashion on Wednesday night at Kaiser Permanente Arena.
SCCAL Wrestling Finals, 2017: Aptos wins 7th title in last 8 years
SOQUEL — Redemption is said to be a sweet moment. For Aptos heavyweight Matty Maestas, there has never been a better feeling.
Girl's SCCAL Basketball: Aptos burnt by sizzling Soquel in tournament final
APTOS — The No. 2-seeded Aptos Mariners came up short of their first Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League championship since the 2009-10 season on Saturday evening, falling to the red-hot Soquel Knights, 58-43, in the league tournament final at Cabrillo Colle
Boy's SCCAL Basketball: Sharks win tournament; complete perfect SCCAL season
APTOS — Too big. Too fast. Too good. The St. Francis Sharks were that and then some all season long. That stayed true on Saturday.
CCS Soccer: Both Watsonville squads, Aptos' girls make postseason
The Watsonville Wildcatz boy’s soccer team won’t get a chance to defend its Central Coast Section Open Division title but it will have a shot at its 12th section championship.
Local Roundup, 2/21: Warriors’ Scott Wood wins Three-Point Contest
Santa Cruz Warriors guard Scott Wood won the 2017 D-League Three-Point Contest on Saturday at the NBA All-Star weekend festivities in New Orleans with a score of 23 points in the final round. “I’m really blessed for this opportunity,” Wood said in a press release....
CCS Basketball: Watsonville, Pajaro Valley boys sneak into postseason
For the first time since the 2011-12 season, the Watsonville Wildcatz boy’s basketball team will play in the Central Coast Section playoffs.