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September 23, 2021

Special brotherhood

To get a glimpse into Jacob and Zack Enderle’s relationship, one only has to go back to the Live Oak High football team’s season-opener against Silver Creek. The Acorns had the game well in hand and were running the ball on every play to...

Live Oak built to win

A little over three weeks before the season opener, Live Oak coach Mike Gemo pulled Caleb Ojeda aside and told him, 'You're a full-time QB now.' The 5-foot-10, 167-pound junior was stunned with the news, having practiced as a receiver at different football camps...

Acorns exceeding expectations

Ryan Gautschi admits he's been blown away by the effort, enthusiasm and play of the Live Oak High boys water polo team this season. Calling it perhaps his most enjoyable year of coaching ever, Gautschi has a roster comprised of seven boys and eight...

Sobrato, Live Oak swimmers excel in league

Annie Ly continues to show why she’s one of the South Valley area’s most versatile swimmers after winning two races in the Blossom Valley League Santa Teresa Division Championships on April 17 at Sobrato High. Ly captured the 200-yard individual medley and 100 butterfly...

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...

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 long losing...

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...

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 a premier...

McCrossen, Miner on the fast track

In a typical 400-meter race involving the section’s best competition, Kolton McCrossen often begins the final turn well behind the top three to four runners. For the Live Oak High junior, it can be a little unnerving at times to see a couple of...

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 ligament) is...