Gilroy has no shortage of athletes who have earned accolades and have stats to back it up.
Victor Sanchez stood up from his seat as his father approached him from the audience.
Kaylah Grant and Logan Flores were on opposite ends of the emotional spectrum in last Friday’s Central Coast Section Track and Field Championships at Gilroy High School.
For the second straight year, Gilroy played host to the Central Coast Section track and field semifinals and the local athletes stepped up to the occasion.
The swimming season came to a close for Gilroy and Christopher at the CCS prelims at the Santa Clara International Swim Center on May 12.
Christopher’s offense took advantage of Gilroy’s defensive struggles to comfortably take the last game of the regular season 13-2 in five innings.
Christopher had clawed its way back into the game against Gilroy, tying the game with three runs in the fifth and two more runs in the seventh but it was the Mustangs who got the big hit.
It was a meet to remember for the Gilroy High and Christopher High track and field teams in last Friday’s Monterey Bay League Pacific Division Championships. The Mustangs—competing in the comfortable confines of their own facility—placed first in the boys team competition and second in the girls competition to Christopher.
Gilroy falls to 3-4 in league play in their 23-3 loss to Notre Dame in five innings Thursday evening.
For the second week in a row, Gilroy’s Logan Flores had reason to celebrate.