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June 14, 2021

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 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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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 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,...