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November 29, 2022

Live Oak’s Nathan Williams wins top award at Charlie Wedemeyer All-Star Game

Like a blindside hit, Nathan Williams never saw it coming.  The Live Oak High senior was overwhelmed with emotion when he learned that he would be awarded the Dwight Clark Beyond Extraordinary Award during halftime in the 47th annual Charlie Wedemeyer All-Star Football Game on...

Live Oak’s Aidan Keenan, Landon Stump, Diego Castellanos and Kaitlyn Silva sign letter of intents

Four Live Oak High student-athletes—Aidan Keenan, Landon Stump, Diego Castellanos and Kaitlyn Silva—signed their college letters of intent on Nov. 9, the first day of the early signing period for high school athletes in sports other than football.  The quartet gathered at the Live Oak...

Oakwood trio impress at countywide science fair

A trio of Oakwood School students were given high praise for their prowess in the field of science at the 2017 Synopsys Silicon Valley Science and Technology Championship. They will now bring their projects to be judged at the California State Science Fair.

Oakwood school looking for host families for international students

Oakwood High School has partnered with gphomestay’s residential program, and is searching for host families in Morgan Hill and Gilroy to help supply temporary homes for its student participants for fall 2016 to spring 2017.

Nyla Valencia a CCS champion

Nyla Valencia felt she could've wrestled better leading up to her Central Coast Section 106-pound title match against Santa Cruz's Greta Gustafson last Saturday at Independence High. When it came down to the championship match, however, the Sobrato High sophomore was on her game....

After slow start, Live Oak runs to victory

Leading just 7-0 at halftime, the Live Oak High football team knew it wasn’t playing to its potential. The Acorns got right at halftime, as adjustments from the coaching staff and an increased level of intensity from the players resulted in a 35-8 win...

Live Oak sweeps Sobrato in girls volleyball

The Sobrato High girls volleyball team had already clinched the best record and repeated as the Blossom Valley League Santa Teresa South Division champions entering its season-finale match against crosstown rival Live Oak on Thursday.  But the Acorns prevented the Bulldogs from running the table...

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...

Acorns look to put it together for league play

The Live Oak High boys basketball team was 2-5 entering a Dec. 22 non-league game against Independence High. The 76ers came in with a 6-5 mark, though by the end of their contest, one would be correct in concluding that the two squads were...

Sobrato High football team snaps skid; keeps title hopes alive

After four consecutive losses, the Sobrato High football team needed a win to boost its morale and keep its Blossom Valley Athletic League Santa Teresa Valley Division title hopes alive.  And that’s just what the Bulldogs accomplished after a thrilling 35-28 win over Gunderson High...