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December 4, 2022

Gone but not forgotten: Sobrato’s Adrian Alcantara will have lasting impact

Those who knew Adrian Alcantara said he had a heart of service that always went under the radar. Whether he was preparing five-course meals for his friends and family or coaching and mentoring youth football players, Alcantara loved giving back. That’s why the Sobrato High...

Lyle, Parish sign with Division I programs

Lexi Parish will play with her sister Sam after all. And fellow Sobrato High senior Kaitlyn Lyle has also realized her dream of competing for a Division I program in gymnastics. The two have signed athletic scholarships—Parish with Sacramento State and Lyle with UC...

Live Oak looks to regain form as title chase continues

J.T. Carvalho refused to settle for the outside shot. Even though the junior has a sound shooting stroke, the junior forward stayed aggressive and repeatedly attacked the basket in the Acorns' 66-54 win over host Lincoln High in a Jan. 22 Blossom Valley League...

At the top of their class

After siblings Aden and Nyla Valencia won titles in the inaugural U.S.A. Wrestling High School National Showcase in Coralville, Iowa on March 27, they immediately headed to Fort Worth, Texas for the U.S. Olympic Wrestling Trials. Though the Valencias are students of the game and...

Sobrato aims to be bulldogs in Mount Hamilton

The coaches in the Blossom Valley League thought highly enough of the Sobrato High boys basketball team to bump the Bulldogs up to the Mount Hamilton Division this season. Now it's up to Sobrato to show why it earned that distinction despite finishing in...

Sometimes the games don’t go on

For the local high school spring sports teams, the season has been put on hold—for now. The Gilroy Unified School District, Morgan Hill Unified School District and San Benito High School District last week made the decision to suspend all athletic events until at...

Amid uncertainty, Sobrato’s Erin Hoge will play at the next level

At the beginning of the year, Erin Hoge’s mom, Jill, clicked on a Facebook ad that directed her to information about Southern Virginia University. Erin didn’t know it then, but Jill’s simple maneuver started Erin on the path toward realizing a big goal—playing soccer...

Gomez, Hennings earn Live Oak Athlete of the Year honors

Connor Hennings and Adrianne Gomez were named the 2019-2020 Live Oak High Athletes of the Year, while Tyler Wilde and Megan Quadrini were named the Scholar Athletes of the Year. A two-sport standout, Hennings earned Blossom Valley League Mount Hamilton Division First Team honors...

Oakwood wins CCS playoff opener

There’s a reason they play these games. On paper, there was really no reason for the host Oakwood High girls basketball team to beat Redding’s Shasta High Tuesday. After all, Shasta is bigger, better, and more experienced in the tough Central Coast Section playoffs. And that’s why they don’t leave the results to stats alone; because on paper, heart doesn’t show up as a stat.

Acorns focus on process, and wins will come

After starting the season at 6-0, the Live Oak High girls basketball team ran into a buzzsaw in Leland High last Saturday, dropping a 57-25 contest. The result did nothing to take away from the Acorns' hot start; rather, it showed Leland's superiority and...

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