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Saturday, December 15, 2018
For the Christopher High girls soccer program, the 2017-2018 season might be just the beginning of what could be a historic two- or three-year stretch—or something even beyond. Even though the Cougars saw their season come to an end...
After three years as the coach of the Gilroy High football team—including a historic 2017 season in which the Mustangs went 13-0 and won their first-ever Central Coast Section championship—Jubenal Rodriguez has departed to become the new coach at...
The Christopher High girls soccer team made history on Feb. 14, clinching an outright Monterey Bay League Gabilan Division championship for the first time in program history. A tough and gritty 2-1 win over Alvarez in the regular-season finale...
For nearly two decades, Gilroy High has been the premier wrestling program in the Central Coast Section, collecting an unrivaled 15 consecutive Central Coast Section championships. The Mustangs also have another ongoing streak, just as long and as impressive...
Andrew Kachel and Travis Romero grew up playing sports together, forming a strong bond and creating a wealth of memories in the process. They share plenty in common, but most notably this: They go into every game with a...
As the referee raised Adriana Orozco’s arm in triumph—signaling the second year in a row the Gilroy High senior had won a Central Coast Section championship—Orozco had a torrent of emotions. At that point, Orozco was already welling up...
For various reasons, the Christopher High girls basketball team has endured more turmoil than the average prep squad. But under first-year coach Shirley Lampkin and forward Makenzie Barnes, the Cougars have rebounded this season, with their chemistry improving as...
The Gilroy High boys basketball team recently won back-to-back games against Watsonville High and Christopher High, marking the team’s first winning streak in two years. It speaks to the continued improvement of the program, bringing optimism to a squad...
The Pacific Point Christian School girls basketball team has a grand total of five players on its roster. Bereft of numbers—the Gilroy private school is the smallest in the entire Central Coast Section—official jerseys and a home court, Pacific...
Tony Andrade doesn’t lack for confidence. But the Gilroy High senior knows the difference between being confident and cocky, and he plans on never crossing that line. After all, wrestling is a sport that demands humility, and for good...