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September 23, 2021

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 his hands,...

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 Cougars to...

Acorns in strong position to win title

From last to first. That is the situation the Live Oak High softball team finds itself in as it enters the final couple of games in Blossom Valley League play. The Acorns, who won only two games last year in the Mount Hamilton Division,...

Reed, Harris finish 1-2 in BVAL Finals

Audrey Reed and Emily Harris did Morgan Hill proud in the Blossom Valley Athletic League Cross Country Championships on Oct. 29 at Crystal Spring in Belmont, finishing 1-2 to spearhead their respective teams to berths in the Central Coast Section Championships on Saturday.  Reed, a...

Live Oak boys basketball team wins first league title in 33 years

When the Live Oak High boys basketball team fell short in its quest to win a league championship last season, standout J.T. Carvalho thought it had wasted its best opportunity to make some history.  “I remember last year how bad it hurt to lose at...

Acorns seek major turnaround

The Live Oak High baseball team had a rough going in the Blossom Valley League’s Mount Hamilton Division last season, finishing 2-12 and last place in the division. If the Acorns want to stay in the A division, they’ll most likely have to make...

Live Oak baseball team routs Sobrato

Less than 24 hours after a riveting one-run win over Willow Glen in 11 innings, the Live Oak baseball team wasn’t in the mood to go extra innings again. So on Friday, they made sure to end things early. Displaying superiority in every phase...

Live Oak seeks strong league finish

From an early age, Max Klein’s parents stressed the importance of academics. Those lessons were ingrained in Klein’s memory as he got older, to the point where Klein’s mom, Julee, hasn’t had to give her son a nudge toward excelling in school since he...

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 play sports...

Bulldogs knock off Acorns

Early in the first quarter of Sobrato High’s non-league game against Live Oak on Jan. 5, Bulldogs point guard Kianna Maldia displayed a Midas touch as she dribbled through three defenders near the top of the key. Maldia made her way to lane before...