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Morgan Hill
June3, 2020

Sobrato displays grit, resiliency in CCS

"Incredibly shocked." That's how Noah Lee described the state of the Sobrato boys water polo team's predicament at halftime of last Saturday's Central Coast Section Division II playoff quarterfinal match against Christopher at Santa Teresa High in San Jose. Given that the...

Acorns focus on process, and wins will come

After starting the season at 6-0, the Live Oak High girls basketball team ran into a buzzsaw in Leland High last Saturday, dropping a 57-25 contest. The result did nothing to take away from the Acorns' hot start; rather, it showed Leland's...

Sobrato outlasts Live Oak

Moments after closing out a tough four-set win over their crosstown rivals on Oct. 29, the Sobrato High girls volleyball players formed a circle and jumped in unison, chanting, "CCS, CCS, CCS!" Having already entered the match against Live Oak with an...

Hatch, Jensen and Storlie save their best for last

When Cameron Storlie decided he wasn't going to play football in his sophomore year, his friends—Jacob Hatch and Nicholas Jensen—recommended to give water polo a shot. Even though Storlie had never played the sport before and wasn't crazy on the idea of...

Manta on the attack

The Manta water polo program had their best showing ever in the Junior Olympics in July in Irvine, as their 16-and-under team finished 17th and their 18-and-under squad placed 21st in the championship/top bracket of the Silver Division. It was a monumental...

Acorns know what they need to do rest of way

The Live Oak High football team broke its postgame huddle by saying Jalen in unison, a reference to their teammate Jalen Rios, who was diagnosed with leukemia the day before last Friday's game against Oak Grove High. The Acorns, who snapped a...

Sobrato set on making playoffs once again

Aziza Calvert admits she can overanalyze things at times, which makes her anxious at certain points in a match. So when Sobrato High girls water polo coach Scott Jackson told her she was going to take the penalty shot that could decide...

Gavilan optimistic for turnaround

The Gavilan College football program is in a much different place than it was a year ago. The Rams, who finished 0-10 last season and had just 31 players available in their final game of the season, enter padded practices next week...

Sobrato looks to be bulldogs the rest of the way

At the end of a practice 2 ½ weeks ago, Sobrato High girls basketball coach Erica Wallace gathered the players for what was supposed to be a brief conversation. The meeting ended up taking an hour. It was well worth it. Since...

Sobrato aims to win Santa Teresa Division title

When a high school sports team struggles in the win-loss column, often times it has as much to do with a dearth of talent as it does a lack of chemistry. Perhaps it was the latter a year ago with the Sobrato...