The No. 1-seeded Sharks dismantled the No. 16-seeded Fresno Christian Eagles 86-56 on Wednesday in the opening round of the California Interscholastic Federation NorCal Division V state playoffs at home in front of a raucous crowd.
Hernandez Marquez was recently named the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League’s Most Valuable Player after leading Aptos to its fourth straight league title.
Moore was recently voted the Monterey Bay League Gabilan division’s co-Most Valuable Player for the second year in a row. She shares the honor with North Salinas senior Danae Snell.
The Cabrillo College Seahawks started the defense of their Coast Conference Pacific title with an 8-1 win over Gavilan College on Tuesday at Aptos.
Watsonville seniors Noe Robledo, Augustin Sorroza and Francisco Gonzales were all recently named to the Monterey Bay League Gabilan’s First Team by coaches from around the league.
The No. 5-seeded Mariners lost in the first round of the NorCal D-III state playoffs to the No. 12-seeded Moreau Catholic Mariners of Hayward, 71-63, on Wednesday night in Aptos, bringing their dream-like season to an end.
Watsonville junior wrestler Abel Pena went 3-2 in the 120-pound division of the California Interscholastic Federation state wrestling championship over the weekend in Bakersfield.
Playing in its 18th section final and looking for its 12th CCS title, Watsonville constantly peppered Lincoln with long-range attempts at goal but never found the score it needed to walk away as champion.
The No. 5-seeded Mariners punctuated their improbable CCS-title run by exacting some sweet revenge on the No. 2-seeded Soquel Knights with a 71-59 win on Saturday to capture their first section title since 1983.
Watsonville’s Maximilian Ramirez IV fired a 3-over Par 39 at Eagle Ridge Golf Course in Gilroy to win medalist honors at the Wildcatz’s first Monterey Bay League Pacific division match of the season.