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Gilroy, CA
Thursday, September 19, 2019
After winning the Central Coast Section Division IV championship last year, the Christopher High football team was promoted to the upper Gabilan Division this season. For the most part, the Cougars comported themselves well, finishing 3-4 against...
After a tumultuous junior year, Cisco Locsin’s comeback came full circle at two points this season: In the season-opener against Liberty Union of Brentwood and in last week’s game against Salinas. The Gilroy High senior linebacker missed...
When Joe Fleming was in the eighth grade and preparing to play for the Gilroy Browns Pop Warner football team, he needed to drop 35 pounds in a two-month period to make the weight limit to play....
For Samantha Vogel, playing golf has been downright inspiring. The Christopher High senior started hitting balls on the range when she was 5 or 6, but it was simply for fun. However, once Vogel got to high...
In a sport where it’s a race against the clock, Maddie Eastus performs a delicate balancing act. The Gilroy High sophomore has been the team’s second fastest runner on the girls cross country team this season; however,...
Meghan Popma grew up with two older brothers who never took it easy on her. The Gilroy High senior credits her upbringing for helping her to develop into a bona-fide impact outside hitter at the high school...
The Gilroy High field hockey program has been one of the gold standards in the Central Coast Section for the better part of a decade. Part of the sustained excellence has to do with the standard set...
In 2017, the Live Oak and Christopher football teams needed double overtime to decide the outcome. Friday night, the teams’ latest game was no less thrilling. Jonathan Singleton connected with Elijah Fernandez on a 9-yard touchdown with...
Ella Rodriguez vividly remembers walking into a gymnasium at age 9 and watching a wheelchair basketball game. The moment forever changed her life. “I saw how happy everyone looked, and I wanted to be like that,” said Rodriguez, an incoming...
Brandon Johnson walked off the 18th green in the Monterey Bay League Finals and knew he had posted a low number. A couple of minutes later, it was official: the recent Christopher High graduate had shot an excellent round—perhaps...