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Water Polo: Gilroy’s Jackson earns conference award

Virginia Military Institute women’s water polo star Caitlyn Jackson, who was raised in Gilroy, was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week on Tuesday.
Jesse Delgado had already accomplished more than most of his peers dream of. The former Gilroy High wrestler won a California Interscholastic Federation state title for the Mustangs in 2009, and he went on to earn All-America honors as a college freshman at Illinois.

Former Gilroy High wrestler Delgado wins NCAA title

Jesse Delgado had already accomplished more than most of his peers dream of. The former Gilroy High wrestler won a California Interscholastic Federation state title for the Mustangs in 2009, and he went on to earn All-America honors as a college freshman at Illinois.

Gilroy’s Jackson earns college water polo honor

Virginia Military Institute women’s water polo star Caitlyn Jackson, who was raised in Gilroy, was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week on Monday.

Football: Gilroy native OL Duran signs with BYU

Gilroy native Tim Duran signed to play football at Brigham Young.

Field Hockey: Former GHS star Hemeon set for world stage

Dani Hemeon has already carved out a big name for herself in college field hockey, and playing for Team USA in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro has become a realistic goal.

YEAR IN REVIEW: ‘The Ghost’ owns 2012, beyond

National sports stories over the past year too often flashed across TV screens like a horror movie on an endless loop.
A pair of field hockey standouts while at Gilroy High are set to meet again, this time on opposite sides of the pitch.

Penn State penalties: $60 million fine, 4-year bowl ban

INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA on Monday hit Penn State with a $60 million fine, banned the football team from bowl games for four years and vacated all of its wins from 1998 to 2011 in the wake of the university's child sex abuse scandal.

Penn State takes down statue of Paterno

PHIADELPHIA – A construction crew took down the iconic statue of Joe Paterno from outside Pennsylvania State University's football stadium on Sunday, removing what had become, for fans of the late coach, a symbol of his central role on campus and, for critics, a constant reminder of the worst crisis in the university's history.

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