Saturday was the big debut for Gilroy High’s cross country teams at Toro Park to compete in the Chieftain-Spirit Classic.
Quarterback Jonathan Singleton threw for 306 yards and three touchdowns. Receiver Jaime Martinez caught 11 passes for 225 yards and two touchdowns.
The Gilroy football team proved it is a force not to be reckoned with.
Running back Joseph Barnes was left with a bitter taste after losing to Soledad in last year’s CCS semis game by a single point.
Gilroy’s last practice before a scrimmage in Carmel had just ended.
Gilroy is coming off of one of its best seasons in years and the Mustangs are hoping to keep that going as they enter the home stretch of the practice before the Aug. 25 kickoff.
The Gilroy girls basketball team had one winning season after going 22-2 in the 2010-11 campaign heading into this past year.
Gilroy got a taste of postseason success a year ago and has been training this past Spring and through the summer thus far to not only get more of that success, but to advance even further.
Three Gilroy area seniors will get one more shot at playing high school football when they join the south roster for the 43rd annual Wedemeyer Classic.
Nick Villarreal is a quiet, unassuming humble kid at first glance.