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February 24, 2024

College Football: Cabrillo's Aidan Daily signs with Memphis

A year after his world was turned upside down, inside out and every other direction imaginable, Corralitos native Aidan Daily signed his letter of intent to play football for the University of Memphis Tigers.

D-League Basketball: Santa Cruz eliminated by OKC in Game 3

Warriors' season ends after disappointing fourth quarter in which they turn it over seven times, get outscored 35-18.

Local Roundup, 4/8: Cabrillo tops West Valley in score fest

The Cabrillo College Seahawks racked up 13 hits in a 19-10 non-conference win over the West Valley College on Thursday in Aptos.

Little League Roundup, 4/8: Cubs, Padres, Giants win in high-scoring week

The Cubs hammered the Astros 18-6 on Monday in Pajaro Valley Little League Majors action.

All-RP Girl's Soccer Team, 2016-17: Aptos' Hernandez Marquez named Player of the Year

Unexplainable and, many times this season, unstoppable, Hernandez Marquez had a gigantic junior year for the Mariners, earning numerous individual and team honors throughout the season. Now, the Register-Pajaronian is adding another achievement to her gro

Boy's Track and Field Preview, 2017: Aptos' Rasmussen hoping to have memorable season

After missing out on qualifying for the California Interscholastic Federation State Meet by a few feet as a sophomore and a junior, Rasmussen is back and ready for his final hoorah.

D-League Basketball: Brown's big night just enough for Warriors in Game 1

Jabari Brown, who Santa Cruz Warriors head coach Casey Hill called the missing piece, poured in 36 points on 10 of 16 shooting and his final make from the charity stripe proved to be the difference in Wednesday night’s first round Game 1 win over the Okla

Local Roundup, 4/6: De Geus lifts Cabrillo over De Anza, 7-2

Brett de Geus scattered seven hits and allowed four walks but only surrendered two runs in the Cabrillo College Seahawks’ 7-2 Coast Conference win over De Anza College on Tuesday in Palo Alto.

Boy's Tennis: Aptos still in SCCAL title race

During head coach Rich Taylor’s tenure with Aptos, his squads have never finished worse than second place. The Mariners (8-1, 4-1) appear to have the star players and depth to get it done this year.

Little League Roundup, 4/4: Pero hits home run in White Sox victory

Jacob Magana and Jo Jo Keldsen each had doubles in the White Sox’s 13-0 Pajaro Valley Little League Majors win over the Rays on Thursday.