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June 21, 2024

Bulldogs up to the challenge

Sobrato girls basketball is coming off two productive seasons in which they qualified for the post-season playoffs. A young Bulldogs squad is off to a good start this year, with a new challenge lying ahead as they have been shifted up one level to...

Acorns football edges Cougars to capture league title

A back-and-forth donnybrook between rivals Live Oak and Christopher came down to the last play with four seconds remaining on the clock.  And it was the Acorns’ defense that made its third straight stand to hold the Cougars out of the end zone and preserve...

Panthers name new team president

Yosup Shim, a U.S Army veteran and former executive for large corporations including Amazon and J.P. Morgan, is the new Team President of the Bay Area Panthers.  “This pivotal appointment underscores the Panthers’ commitment to excellence both on and off the field as they look...

MH, SJ to compete for most Panthers season ticket sales

In celebration of the Bay Area Panthers’ decision to keep team operations in the South Bay, and in an effort to promote ticket sales for the Indoor Football League Championship squad, the mayors of Morgan Hill and San Jose will participate in a free...

Sobrato’s Noah Taylor is in a league of his own

Sobrato High senior Noah Taylor is knocking down both school rushing records and opposing ball carriers as a two-way star for the Bulldogs’ football team.  The 6-foot-1, 195-pound stud running back ranks first in rushing yards in the Central Coast Section, third in the state...

Rams men’s soccer returns after a five-year hiatus

The Gavilan College men’s soccer team finally made its return to the pitch this year after not fielding a team since 2018.  Rams first-year head coach Josue Salgado is hoping to start fresh and rebuild the program with a team composed of 30 new players....

Bulldogs football steamrolls Mt. Pleasant in league action 

On paper, Sobrato and Mt. Pleasant had identical records. The home-standing Cardinals had a strong offense, while the Bulldogs’ defense still had some rough patches.  It had all the makings for what could’ve been a close game. Crumble up that paper and throw it away.  On...

Acorns trounce Lincoln in Mount Hamilton Division opener 

In Live Oak High’s league opener, visiting Lincoln High began the game with an eight-play 80-yard touchdown drive. “They smacked us in the mouth,” Live Oak coach Mike Gemo said. “We had to wake up a little bit.” They woke up quite a bit. After the...

Acorns girls volleyball hangs with mighty Christopher in BVAL action

It was “Dig Pink” night at Christopher High for the anticipated volleyball showdown between the top two teams in the Santa Teresa East Division.  In the second set, the Cougars took a big “dig deep for a big dig” to rally to a dramatic come-from-behind...

Acorns field hockey survives overtime thriller 

In a crucial league battle last week, Live Oak senior Izzy Jeffery put on her cape and came to the rescue during the final minutes of overtime.  She banged home the game-winner with just 1:22 remaining in the match to help lift the Acorns field...

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