The Gavilan College baseball program is hosting a fundraising golf tournament of the annual alumni game the weekend of Oct. 26. Those interested in participating contact Rams manager Neal Andrade at (408) 846-4916 for more information, including how to register for the special events.
Join the Gilroy High and Christopher High girls and boys water polo programs in their efforts to raise awareness and resources for breast cancer research. A special event will take place Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Christopher High School Aquatics Center.
The day will consist of four water polo scrimmage games between GHS and CHS, along with a shooting skills competition and guest speakers. The programs will be selling concessions and ask for donations at the door in-lieu of an entry fee. All proceeds for the event will benefit the Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation.
For general questions, to volunteer during the day of the event, donate food or beverage and/or make a monetary donation, please contact Fred Latimore, GHS boys varsity water polo at (971) 678-5490 or [email protected] Christopher High School Aquatic Center is located at 850 Day Road.
CHRISTOPHER HIGH ATHLETIC BOOSTERS
The fourth annual Night in Tuscany fundrasier event hosted by the CHS Athletic Boosters is Friday night at Fortino’s Winery. Tickets are available on the CHS website, chs.gusd.ca.schoolloop.com.
The Gilroy Browns Mitey Mites (7-to-9-year olds) traveled to Daly City and turned in an impressive 18-0 win over the Titans.
Matthew Mendosa and Brenadan Doyle had first quarter touchdown runs, while Andrew Broch added a touchdown in the second half. The Browns forced three turnovers and were led on defense by Doyle, Broch, Mendosa, Jalen Hernandez, Rossi Oteri, Mateo Garnica, Braden Clark, Nicholas Rodriguez, Zachary Moulden, Elijah Sepulveda, Jonathan Rodriguez, Abel Martinez, Jacob Mikesell, Charlie Good, Jimmy Galvan Jr, Reymundo Sanchez and Joaquin Gomez among others. The Browns host their final regular season and home game Sunday at 10 a.m. against Castro Valley at Gilroy High.