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September 23, 2021

Live Oak boys basketball team rallies for win over Sobrato

For the entire first half, Live Oak boys basketball coach Randy Bartholomew had a look of frustration as he watched his players make errant passes and take ill-advised shots. Part of the problem was Sobrato’s height and length, which makes daylight a little harder...

Live Oak, Sobrato baseball teams were poised for terrific seasons

The Live Oak and Sobrato baseball teams were set to have their best seasons in recent memory when the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. With the high school spring sports season suspended until at least April 13, there is a distinct possibility that the...

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...

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.  Which makes the terrific season he’s having all the more...

Live Oak’s Karlie Lema signs with Cal

When Karlie Lema signed her letter of intent to play soccer for Cal Berkeley on Wednesday, the only people who were disappointed were Division I track and field coaches. Although she hasn’t ruled it out entirely, the Live Oak High senior has pretty much...

Acorns must rebound after tough loss

It’s often said that football is a game of inches. Nowhere was that more apparent than in last Friday’s Blossom Valley League Mount Hamilton Division game between the Live Oak High and Lincoln High football teams. Acorns quarterback Jonathan Singleton dove for the end...

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...

Stump dominates on the bump

Landon Stump has a predicament most people would love to inherit.  “I have trouble gaining weight,” the incoming Live Oak High junior said. “One of my goals this summer is to put on at least five pounds. I try to eat as much as I...

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 continued growth...

Acorns take zap out of Chargers

If the Live Oak High football team wanted to keep its goal alive to win a Blossom Valley League Mount Hamilton Division championship, it needed to beat Leland in San Jose on Friday. Mission accomplished. The Acorns overcame a sluggish start to win in...