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Morgan Hill
July3, 2020

Singleton, Vallez reach their goals

Gavin Vallez and Jonathan Singleton first met when they were 5 years old playing in the Morgan Hill youth baseball league. Thirteen years later, they sat side by side inside the Live Oak High gym to sign their letter of intents to...

Acorns put it all together in rolling Mustangs

Jesse Isais epitomizes the Live Oak High football team. Listed at a generous 5-foot-9 and 140 pounds, Isais routinely goes up against bigger players. However, the Acorns junior cornerback/receiver and his teammates have been superior against every one of their opponents so far. Last Friday,...

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...

Live Oak’s wrestling revival

For the first time since the 2011-2012 season, the Live Oak High wrestling team has won a championship. The Acorns went a perfect 7-0 in the Blossom Valley League's Santa Teresa Division to win the title, and with that those around the...

Gustaveson: the comeback kid

It's been a long road back for A.J. Gustaveson. The incoming Live Oak High senior played one snap last year before it was discovered he had suffered a torn ACL, MCL and LCL in his right knee. Although the ACL (anterior cruciate...

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 puts together another terrific season

As the Live Oak High girls basketball team gathered in the locker room after a 46-36 loss to Aptos in the Central Coast Section Division III semifinals on Feb. 27, Acorns guard Adrianne Gomez said you could hear a pin drop. As...

Live Oak, Sobrato in title contention

When Justin Sakai suffered a torn ulnar collateral ligament injury last June, he was expected to miss his entire senior season.  “I wasn’t supposed to throw for the next year,” the Live Oak High pitcher said. 

Live Oak seeks first league title since 1988

The Live Oak High boys basketball team never came close to having a winning record at any point of the season last year, losing its first two games en route to a 6-18 record. What a difference a year makes. With the...

Ojeda not resting on his laurels

The 2018-2019 high school sports season was a memorable one for Caleb Ojeda. The incoming Live Oak High junior had a breakout sophomore season, both in soccer and football. The 5-foot-10, 167-pound Ojeda established career-high marks in both sports, establishing himself as...