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April2, 2020

Future arrives early for Sobrato soccer

The future is now for the Sobrato High girls soccer team. The No. 6 seed Bulldogs (13-4-4) find themselves in the Central Coast Section Division I playoff championship match after a masterful 2-0 win over No. 7 seed Gunn on Wednesday in...

Oakwood trio impress at countywide science fair

A trio of Oakwood School students were given high praise for their prowess in the field of science at the 2017 Synopsys Silicon Valley Science and Technology Championship. They will now bring their projects to be judged at the California State Science Fair.

McCrossen comes up clutch in CCS Finals

Kolton McCrossen couldn't take his eyes off the medal he earned for finishing in third place in the 400-meter run in last Friday's Central Coast Section Championships at Gilroy High. For a good three to four minutes, McCrossen held the medal in...

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...

Acorns seek major turnaround

The 2018 season was one to forget for the Live Oak High softball team. The Acorns finished 2-17 overall and 1-13 in the Blossom Valley League’s Mount Hamilton Division, which contributed to their switch to the Santa Teresa Division this season. Live...

Harris, Reed and Marcotullio state-bound

A year ago, Emily Harris endured a rough cross country season. The Sobrato High senior battled illness, limiting her fitness and leading to a subpar season. Her confidence took a hit, and yet deep down inside Harris had an inkling she was...

Host an international student through Oakwood School and Green Planet

Are you interested in meeting people from other countries? Do you want to make a lasting impact on the life of an international student and make a friend for life? Do you have a spare bedroom and live in the Morgan Hill/Gilroy area? Then Green Planet’s homestay program in partnership with Oakwood School want you to consider hosting an international student this fall.Through our partnership with Morgan Hill’s Oakwood High School, gphomestay is offering this opportunity to nurturing, qualified families in the surrounding area, according to a press release. The program is currently looking for host families for fall 2015.To offset the costs of hosting a student, families will be provided with a $1,300 monthly stipend. Families also have access to ongoing local support. Students arrive with their own insurance and spending money.The partnership also offers a $300 referral bonus for any approved host family that lists your name as their source of referral on their application, the press release states.You can begin the process of becoming a host by completing an online inquiry form atgphomestay.com.  For more information, please email [email protected] or call (781) 996-0429.  

Gomez sets Live Oak’s career scoring mark

If you're going to break a record, you might as well do it in style. So it was for Live Oak High senior Adrianne Gomez, who scored a career-high 33 points—including 17 in the decisive third quarter—to lead the Acorns to a...

Live Oak mauls Christopher

High school football coaches want their teams to play hard and play fast. That's exactly what Live Oak High did in its 30-7 win over visiting Christopher High last Friday. The Acorns ran their record to 2-0 by running all over the...

Sobrato a team on the upswing

Optimism runs in Daniel Clifton's blood. How else to explain the fact that the Sobrato High girls volleyball coach went on record saying this year's team has what it takes to win a Central Coast Section playoff championship. Bold words in regards...