The Gavilan College women’s volleyball team has been road warriors this season—literally. Due to the renovation of the school’s gym, the Rams haven’t had a place on campus to play or practice. Instead, Gavilan has been relegated to practice at Gilroy High’s auxiliary gym—read, not the main gym—while playing every match on the road.
If you needed any indication what the Severance Bowl meant to Gilroy, you had to look no further than Spencer Soares.
They’ve played the game for seven seasons and it’s always been important, if for no one else than the two teams playing and for the community they played it in.
GHS Cross Country competed in their first league meet of the season on Sept. 21 at Pinto Lake in Watsonville, taking firsts as teams and individuals.
Christopher is happy that it is finally seeing success on the football field, but the Cougars aren’t taking much pleasure seeing a team that is struggling to find some wins.
Gilroy once again proved just how dangerous of a second half team it is.
Gavilan College officially announced its self-imposed sanctions stemming from accusations of recruiting and benefits violations against the football team that saw 17 players dismissed in August.
Christopher’s offense exploded in the second half with 28 unanswered points in its 41-14 win over Woodside Friday.
Gavilan is one step closer toward finalizing sanctions against its football team following potential recruiting and benefits violations that led to the dismissal of 17 players at the end of August.
Gilroy had touchdowns from six different players as the Mustangs scored a resounding 44-8 victory over Harbor to improve to 4-0 as they now gear up for Pacific Division play.