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April 20, 2024

Vuniwai to lead Sobrato football

Viliame "Billy" Vuniwai hopes to lead the Sobrato High football team back to the Blossom Valley League West Valley Division championship. The Bulldogs, who won the division title two years ago and finished second last season, have Vuniwai as their new coach after Tony...

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...

Sobrato athletes achieve their dreams

Michele Adam and Emily Harris have known each other for as long as they can remember, having grown up in the same neighborhood. Now the lifelong friends will continue their journey together in college at Seattle University, where Adam will play soccer and where...

Sobrato hosts 7 on 7 tournament

After winning the Blossom Valley League West Valley Division championship two years ago and finishing second in the division last season, the Sobrato High football team earned a promotion to the Santa Teresa Division for the upcoming season. It's a rather big step up...

Sobrato a team on the upswing

Optimism runs in Daniel Clifton's blood. How else to explain the fact that the Sobrato High girls volleyball coach went on record saying this year's team has what it takes to win a Central Coast Section playoff championship. Bold words in regards to a...

Hatch, Jensen and Storlie save their best for last

When Cameron Storlie decided he wasn't going to play football in his sophomore year, his friends—Jacob Hatch and Nicholas Jensen—recommended to give water polo a shot. Even though Storlie had never played the sport before and wasn't crazy on the idea of swimming a...

In defeat, Sobrato stands tall

Even in the midst of defeat, the Sobrato High football players stood tall—especially Jose Reyes, the junior all-everything player who dazzles with his play but even more impressively hasn't let adversity harden his spirits. Last Saturday, the Bulldogs fell behind early and could never...

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...

Nyla Valencia signs with Iowa, continues goal of making Olympics

Nyla Valencia’s visit to the University of Iowa was the stuff dreams were made of.  And it was packaged into a mini movie, courtesy of Nyla’s dad, Joel. A Sobrato High senior, Nyla signed her national letter of intent on Feb. 8 to become a...

Sobrato field hockey grows

Sobrato High field hockey coach Madeline Peterson has seen the game grow from the time she played at Christopher High, which wasn't that long ago.  "You can go to Dick's Sporting Goods store and they have field hockey equipment," she said. "When I played, they...

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