for Friday night
’s game against Leland, Live Oak still dominated the rink with
five players, winning 7-4. Not having two lines gave little time
for the skaters to catch a breath.
Live Oak Hockey wins despite short roster
With three players out for Friday night’s game against Leland, Live Oak still dominated the rink with five players, winning 7-4.
Not having two lines gave little time for the skaters to catch a breath.
Michael Anvari made several key saves in the goal.
On offense, Live Oak’s sophomores Brian Costello led the way with three goals, giving him a “hat trick,” and one assist.
Conner Williamson with two goals, and Scott Alexander with one goal.
Senior Matt Edgar contributed one more goal and one assist.
Their success comes down to teamwork and includes Junior Ricky Lasher who had some key plays for the game.
Making her fearless debut was Senior Monica Cline.
Friday Live Oak will face second place Mt. View whose only loss is to Live Oak.
SCBA begins sign ups
The Winter session of the South County Basketball league always sells out.
The cost is $85 for a returning players and $105 for a player who needs a jersey.
For any application postmarked after Nov. 26 add $20.
No walk up registration will be accepted.
Applications are available at www.scbabasketball.org http://www.scbabasketball.org or by calling 779-8325.
The skills clinics will be held Dec. 4,and games begin Jan. 10.
Rams casino night
If you missed the inaugural year of the Rams Casino Night last year, you missed a great time. But no worries, by popular demand, the 2nd Annual Rams Casino Night is just around the corner. Attached, you will find our flier advertising this great event on Nov. 12.
For your admission price of $50, you’ll receive a full buffet dinner, music, playing chips, prizes, & a chance to win the American Airlines $1,000 ticket voucher!!! And on top of all that, you’ll feel great knowing that you’re helping to support our men and women student-athletes that represent Gavilan College.
So please consider bringing your husband, wife, significant other, neighbors, friends, to this exciting night of blackjack playin’, roulette wheel spinnin’, slot machine droppin’, dice throwin’’ extravaganza.
Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Gilroy is our casino for one night only,you don’t want to miss out.
If you or your company would be interested in being a table sponsor or event sponsor, gives us a call and we’ll be glad to give you all the details. This is going to be a great night of fun and support of Rams Athletics. Hope to see you there.
Ticket sales are limited.
Any questions, please call at 848-4895 or Ken Berry at 846-4936.
Eagle Ridge’s October activities
Where can a six-year-old hold the golf course record? The Eagle Ridge Mini Course for kids, of course. Held through October, the Mini Course will be offered on Sundays after 3pm for $5 per round. And, that’s just one of the many events for kids and adults that Eagle Ridge offers this month.
On Saturday, Oct. 29 at 6:30 p.m., Eagle Ridge will hold an Oktoberfest celebration featuring authentic Oompah music, Bavarian Buffet Dinner, Souvenir glasses and specialty beers on tap and more. Cost is $21.95. Space is limited, so call for reservations.
Eagle Ridge, call (408) 846-4531 (ext. 109)
Where are they now?
Do you have information about former Live Oak High and Morgan Hill-area athletes who went on to athletic and other endeavors? If so, we want to hear from you. Anyone with information about these athletes and what they’re doing now is encouraged to e-mail us at [email protected] or call 779-4106.