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Thursday, December 14, 2017
Wednesday’s match featured Team Co-Captain Sam Vogel leading her squad to another victory to finish off Christopher’s perfect league run with a 100-stroke win over Watsonville. “I feel this season I got a lot of experience. I was able...
Freshman Emma Horn helped to save Christopher’s chances at undefeated season Monday by narrowly besting Gilroy in a nail bitter. The match was initially slated for Wednesday, but had to be postponed because of smoky conditions. And Mother Nature made sure...
Gilroy’s fans will be able to see the Mustangs for the final time at home before the playoffs when they host Pajaro Valley Friday night. The Mustangs remain in firm control of the Pacific Division sitting at 6-0 overall and...

Smoke intercepts football weekend

Fires in the North Bay caused havoc in the South Bay and beyond last week as smoky conditions led to game cancellations across Santa Clara County as well as some headaches for Gilroy teams.

Couture records four points as Sharks top Habs

SAN JOSE – San Jose continued its 17-year domination at home against Montreal Tuesday night by outlasting the Canadiens 5-2 before 17,377 fans at SAP Center.

Sharks make the win column, 3-2 over Buffalo

SAN JOSE – San Jose took a step in the right direction Thursday night with a 3-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres in front of 17,402 fans at SAP Center.

With gym under renovation, Gav continues to excel

The Gavilan College women’s volleyball team has been road warriors this season—literally. Due to the renovation of the school’s gym, the Rams haven’t had a place on campus to play or practice. Instead, Gavilan has been relegated to practice at Gilroy High’s auxiliary gym—read, not the main gym—while playing every match on the road.

Sharks continue to stumble out the gate, fall 4-1 to Kings

SAN JOSE – Two games into an 82-game season have determined one thing: The San Jose Sharks are yet to be in mid-season form.

UPDATED: After six years, the Bell returns to Gilroy

If you needed any indication what the Severance Bowl meant to Gilroy, you had to look no further than Spencer Soares.

Simmonds’ hat trick stuffs Sharks in opener

SAN JOSE – Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds was in front of the San Jose net twice on successful power plays to carry Philadelphia past the Sharks 5-3 in the season opener at sold-out SAP Center Wednesday night.

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Fatal accident on tracks

A report from Caltrain: At approximately 5:28 p.m., Caltrain Southbound #156 fatally struck a person who was trespassing on Union Pacific railroad tracks approximately two...


Gilroy veteran’s remains return home after 74 years

Gilroy resident Frank Louis Masoni died in combat just two days after landing with the U.S. Marine Corps at Tarawa Atoll in the South...