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September 23, 2021

Sobrato aims to win Santa Teresa Division title

When a high school sports team struggles in the win-loss column, often times it has as much to do with a dearth of talent as it does a lack of chemistry. Perhaps it was the latter a year ago with the Sobrato High girls...

Robert The Ghost Guerrero is back

The Ghost is back. Last November, Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero released a statement that he was coming out of retirement to resume his boxing career. Out of action for 18 months, the lifelong Gilroy resident has gone 2-0 in his second act and fights...

Sobrato looks to be bulldogs the rest of the way

At the end of a practice 2 ½ weeks ago, Sobrato High girls basketball coach Erica Wallace gathered the players for what was supposed to be a brief conversation. The meeting ended up taking an hour. It was well worth it. Since then—coincidence or...

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...

Sobrato makes its mark; moving up to top division

Not even a 3-0 drubbing to Mountain View High in the Central Coast Section Division I playoff championship match last Saturday at Del Mar High could put a damper on the Sobrato High girls soccer team's season. Based off a terrific 2019-2020 season and...

Valencia makes history

Not long after making history by winning two gold medals in freestyle and Greco Roman wrestling in the World Combat Games in Budapest, Hungary on June 18-19, Morgan Hill's Aden Valencia viewed those accomplishments as if they were in the rearview mirror.  "Right now I'm...

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...

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...

Basketball: Beyond the ‘Kort’

Dallas and Derek Jensen vividly remember the individual 1-on-1 times they had with their dad, Kort, from the time they were adolescents into their college years. Most of those moments—they number in the thousands—took place at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Gilroy, the city in which all of them currently reside.

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...