The Register-Pajaronian High School Athletes of the Week for the week of Nov. 12-18.
An avid surfer, Zlatunich won’t be too far away from the waves or home next fall while attending Cal Berkeley. She recently verbally committed to run both cross country and track for the NCAA Division I Golden Bears.
The Santa Cruz Warriors let an 18-point lead slip from their grasp on Thursday night in a 113-108 loss to the Oklahoma City Blue at Kaiser Permanente Arena.
APTOS—The Aptos High baseball team is off to a great start this season thanks to its strong pitching. Jorden Espinoza, a sophomore, was the latest Mariners’ pitcher that helped extend their win streak to six with a 10-1 non-league victory against Alvarez High on Tuesday. The...
Jeal Leal is one of the young stars of last year’s Watsonville High soccer team and figures to be a cornerstone of the program for the next two seasons.
Shane Golobic won the Taco Bravo versus Civil War Sprint Car Series 30-lap main event Friday during the first night of the Kaeding Classic at Ocean Speedway.
The Mariners’ senior forward flashed some signs that he was returning to form in his first start in nearly a month, and Rashaun Wooden and Blake Welle combined for 45 points to move Aptos into the semifinals of the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League basketball tournament with a 68-45 win over San Lorenzo Valley High on Tuesday night.
Watsonville High cross country runner Layla Ruiz won the girl’s freshman race at the Pacific Grove Invitational on Saturday in Pacific Grove.
WATSONVILLE—The last time St. Francis High sophomore Nash Horton and his teammates played Watsonville High, they walked off their home court following a disappointing loss. The Sharks got some redemption on Thursday night after going into Wildcatz territory for a 57-53 win in Pacific Coast...
A night after pouring in 43 points and dishing 11 assists, Cook wowed again by recording 33 points, eight assists and four rebounds to help Santa Cruz snap a three-game losing streak with a 118-84 win over the Agua Caliente Clippers of Ontario on Saturday night.