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January 17, 2022

Sobrato High girls basketball team rebounds from tough spring season

Two seasons ago, the Sobrato High girls basketball team went to play at Soledad High and got blasted, 65-30.  “We finished with three players after several fouled out, and they pressed us the whole time,” Bulldogs coach Erica Wallace said. Fast forward to Dec. 14, and...

Sobrato boys basketball team primed to win the BVAL’s Santa Teresa East Division title

If the Sobrato High boys basketball team ends up winning the Blossom Valley League Santa Teresa East Division championship this season—and one could argue the Bulldogs are the favorites—they will have done it by holding their own on the boards, playing tough defense and...

Acorns move down, but things are looking up

The Live Oak High girls soccer team has moved down to the Blossom Valley Athletic League’s B Division, the Santa Teresa, for this season. Longtime coach Tony Vasquez reasoned it would be good for the program to take a step back after being hit...

Sobrato High wrestling team set to have its greatest season ever

The Sobrato High wrestling team is set to have its greatest season in program history. The Bulldogs have several section and state-ranked athletes, and, barring some unforeseen circumstances, should fulfill the promise of their lofty preseason rankings.  On the girls side, Sobrato returns state champion...

Young Live Oak girls basketball team looks to grow up fast

Mike Kiefer has been the Live Oak High girls basketball coach for 17 years, but he doesn’t remember ever having a season in which he’s had only one senior on the team. Such is the case this season and as such Kiefer acknowledges it’s going...

Nathan Ortiz, Sobrato finish the season strong

Nathan Ortiz may not have the prototypical size college coaches look for when they’re recruiting players, but Ortiz’s talent will give him an opportunity to play somewhere.  It could very well be at Gavilan College, where two solid years of growth would give him a...

Live Oak’s solid season comes to emotional end in CCS playoffs

The finality that a loss brings to a high school football team with championship aspirations hits the coaches and players hard. That was especially true for Live Oak after a 28-21 loss to Mountain View in a Central Coast Section Division III playoff quarterfinal...

Sobrato High’s Daniela Andrade on the upswing

If Daniela Andrade keeps ascending this off-season, it’s not far-fetched to think she could be in contention for a top-five finish in the Central Coast Section Golf Championships next year.  The Sobrato High junior recently capped the best season of her career by shooting a...

Live Oak High football team hopes for long CCS Division III playoff run

Before the start of each season, Live Oak High football coach Mike Gemo always has several goals in mind. One of them—assuming the team is good enough in that particular year—is to earn a top four seed to get a home playoff game.  The No....

Live Oak football team marches all over Saints

Brandon Hooks admitted the Live Oak High football team has a tendency to play down to their competition at times. But when the Acorns are focused and zoned in as they were against Santa Teresa High on Oct. 30, this is what happens.  Live Oak...