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September 23, 2021

Boys soccer takes down North Salinas

The Live Oak boys soccer team recorded a 2-0 win at North

Sobrato aims for 180 degree turnaround

Sobrato High boys soccer coach Jeff Brown said he firmly believes in the talent and makeup of his players. The team has given him legitimate reasons for optimism, as the Bulldogs are off to their best start in nearly a decade (they were 3-2-0...

Acorns Getting it Done in Classroom

Morgan Hill - The Live Oak High School Athletic Department announced that grades for the fall sports teams have a grade point average predominantly better than 3.0.

Nyla Valencia makes history as a state champion

Nyla Valencia was never close to being challenged. And that's all you need to know in regards to the Sobrato High sophomore who ran roughshod over the competition in winning the 106-pound weight class in the CIF State Girls Wrestling Championships last Saturday at...

Prep Football: 9 SoCo players make South All Star team

GILROY—Nine South County football players are about to have an unforgettable summer.


Sobrato athletic booster meetings

Chip Shots 2-6

Sobrato high seeking coaches

Sit-ups aren’t the best way to tune abs

Remember doing sit-ups? Almost anybody you talk to is on a quest

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...

Gavilan’s Lee voted team MVP, leads trio of all-region Rams

William Lee made a habit of creating havoc in opposing backfields this season.