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January 20, 2022

Live Oak baseball team improves to 7-0

On two occasions during the top of the seventh inning, Live Oak High teammates Landon Stump and Dominic Periera blasted out of the dugout and sprinted furiously down the left-field line to recover a foul ball. Landon won the first “race” while Periera won...

Lyle, Parish sign with Division I programs

Lexi Parish will play with her sister Sam after all. And fellow Sobrato High senior Kaitlyn Lyle has also realized her dream of competing for a Division I program in gymnastics. The two have signed athletic scholarships—Parish with Sacramento State and Lyle with UC...

Oakwood boys continue to roll

The Oakwood boys basketball team improved its record to 7-1 with a 67-43 win over Gonzales High School.

Sobrato girls soccer team aims to get back to the top

After struggling through the Covid spring season, the Sobrato High girls soccer team is aiming to return to the top of the Central Coast Section landscape.  The Bulldogs have had a nice five-year run, reaching the CCS Division II playoff title match in the 2016-2017...

Acorns experience emotional end to season

As far as No. 1 vs. No. 8 matchups go, last Friday's Los Gatos-Live Oak football game had the potential to be a doozy. Even though the Wildcats were the clear favorite, the Acorns have an explosive offense that could give a lot of...

In this case, it’s good to be an Outlaw

A year ago, the South County Outlaws lacrosse program had two teams. This season, it has doubled that number. With 67 kids on one of the four rosters of their 8U, 10U, 12U and 14U teams, the Morgan Hill-based Outlaws are experiencing growth, which...

Aidan Keenan’s rapid rise leads to verbal commitment to Cal

When Aidan Keenan’s older brother Tyler committed to play baseball at Sacramento State in August 2019, it gave him some added inspiration to start grinding everyday.  From that moment to early 2021, Keenan hit a growth spurt, got in the weight room, gained 40 pounds...

Sobrato High has open coaching positions

With the high school sports calendar being changed due to Covid-19, several coaching positions are open at Sobrato High. The school is hiring for the following Varsity positions: football, boys water polo, boys volleyball, boys golf, boys swimming and girls swimming. Sobrato is also...

Acorns look to contend for A-league title

After winning the Blossom Valley Athletic League’s Santa Teresa Division championship and a Central Coast Section playoff game last season, the Live Oak High girls soccer team was promoted to the Mount Hamilton Division this season, which consists of A-level teams. Can the Acorns...

Live Oak High girls volleyball team rebuilding on the fly

When a high school volleyball team graduates all six of its starters like Live Oak did last season, the next year is often a rebuilding year. Longtime Acorns coach Kathleen Davis described the upcoming season as such, though with a caveat.  “This is a good...