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August 13, 2022

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South Valley Wine Auction set for April 8 In its seventh year,
the South Valley Wine Auction fundraiser will be held on April 8 at
the Morgan Hill Community and Cultural Center. The event, which
raises money for Morgan Hill schools
’ running programs, is presented by the South Valley Athletic
Foundation. Tickets are $50 in advance and $55 at the door.
Details: call (408) 778-9501
South Valley Wine Auction set for April 8

In its seventh year, the South Valley Wine Auction fundraiser will be held on April 8 at the Morgan Hill Community and Cultural Center.

The event, which raises money for Morgan Hill schools’ running programs, is presented by the South Valley Athletic Foundation.

Tickets are $50 in advance and $55 at the door.

Details: call (408) 778-9501

Sobrato Athletic Boosters Meeting

The Sobrato High Boosters will hold a regular meeting today at 7pm in Sobrato High’s Administration Building.

The Boosters Club meets the third Tuesday of every month.

Upcoming dates: Casino Night on June 4 at Coyote Ranch. Tickets are being sold at Jody’s Junction 35 E. 1st Street in Morgan Hill

Details: call 710-0362 or email [email protected]

Tennis for all ages now offered at Gavilan College

A series of tennis classes for various ages begin this month at Gavilan College.

Beginning tennis classes for players aged 16 to adult.

Learn the basics with an emphasis on rally and eventually match play with scoring. The goal is to advance from beginning tennis to friendly competition.

Classes will be held Saturdays, March 19 through April 2 from 10am to noon on the campus tennis courts. Cost is $59 per player.

Intermediate tennis classes for family and friends-aged 10 to adult.

This class incorporates fun competition while getting a great workout and burning calories. The class is designated to get adults and families to participate in something active.

Classes will be held Saturdays, March 19 through April 2 from noon to 2pm on the campus tennis courts. Cost is $59 per player.

Beginning and Intermediate tennis classes for seniors, aged 50-plus.

It is never too late to learn tennis the right way. This class will review the basics and rekindle the love of the game.

All participants get a cardiovascular workout while having fun.

Classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays, March 14-30 from 9am-10am on the campus tennis courts. Cost is $42 per player.

Details: call (408) 847-2514 or visit the Web site at www.gavilan.edu/ce.

Varsity DBs coach needed for Live Oak football

Live Oak High football head coach Glen Webb is looking for a varsity defensive secondary coach for the 2005-06 season. Interested candidates should contact Webb by calling (408) 201-6100 (ext. 2164).

LO baseball program to hold golf tourney fundraiser March 25

Looking to raise money for the 2005 season, the Live Oak High baseball program will host its second annual golf tournament fundraiser at Gilroy Golf Course on Friday, March 25.

Registration is at 11:30am, with a shotgun start set for 1pm.

Cost is $80, which includes greens fees, cart, beverages, tee prizes, contest prizes and dinner.

Tee and hole sponsors are welcome.

Details: call Mark Cummins at 201-6140.

Hollister Adult Baseball League looking for players

Players are needed for an Adult Baseball League in Hollister. Local league play and national tournaments are included.

All positions are open for players 18-and-older.

Details: call Matt Silbert at (831) 638-1301 or e-mail [email protected] for immediate placement.

Monte Vista Christian softball splits pair

Heading into its Monterey Bay League opener today, the Monte Vista Christian High softball team split a pair of non-league contests this month.

On March 8, Monte Vista Christian traveled to Gonzales and beat the home team 6-1 behind a fine pitching performance by Cori Weyhe, who allowed just three hits while striking out four.

Top hitters included Martha Ramirez, 3-for-4 with two RBIs, and Brooke Miller, who was 2-for-4 with one RBI.

Then last week, MVC dropped a 6-0 decision to Santa Catalina.

The Mustangs managed just one hit, by Ramirez, against Santa Catalina’s pitcher Kelsey Wison who had eight strikeouts in the game.

Monte Vista faces Seaside in its MBL opener.

MH Swim Club tryouts

The Morgan Hill Swim Club has begun its 44th straight year of representing the Morgan Hill community in USA Swimming.

Tryouts for the team are open to anyone ages 6-18 are held at the Morgan Hill Aquatic Center every Monday through Friday at 5pm.

Monthly dues begin at no more than $75, with sibling and year-round discount programs offered.

The team was awarded national status for the second straight year as a bronze level club by USA Swimming.

The Makos have also been named as the host team for the 2005 Far Western Championships to be held in Morgan Hill from March 31 through April 3.

Details: call 782-0088, or visit the Web site at www.morganhillmakos.com

El Toro Aquatics in full swim this Spring

El Toro Aquatics offers a great swimming atmosphere with excellent coaching, great sportsmanship and fun times.

For fun and fast swimming, stop by the Morgan Hill Aquatic Center daily from 4pm-5:30pm, ask for Coach Chris and give it a free try. El Toro Aquatics is a Morgan Hill swim program.

Details: call (408) 406-5993.

MH’s USYVL signups

Registration is now being accepted for the United States Youth Volleyball League’s Spring season in Morgan Hill.

The USYVL is an instructional volleyball league that operates in a co-ed format for boys and girls ages 8-14.

The USYVL season runs for eight weeks at Paradise Park and Galvan Park, beginning in April and ending in June.

Details: call (888) 988-7985 or visit the Web site at www.usyvl.org

Taylor Made Baseball camps continue this Spring

Taylor Made Baseball Pitching Mini-Camps begin once a month through May and run for four consecutive weeks.

Camps are taught by Rich Taylor. Cost is $99 per camp which includes a DVD and a pitching book ( while supply lasts).

Each class is one hour (four total hours). Player to coach ratio is 4:1. The camps will be held indoors in Morgan Hill. Each player is filmed and receives a DVD. The focus of each class is on developing proper throwing and pitching mechanics.

Camps are held on Thursday evenings. Payment is due prior to camp.

Details: call (408) 782-0630 or e-mail Rich Taylor at [email protected] Made Baseball

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