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Gilroy, CA
Thursday, April 18, 2019
Even though the Gilroy High softball team won last year’s Central Coast Section Division I playoff championship, it is acting as if it didn’t. In other words, the Mustangs are bringing the same intensity and work ethic...
It was early October, and there was a distinct possibility Gilroy High would have to do the unthinkable: cancel the varsity girls basketball season. Without a coach, some of the returning seniors on the Mustangs program had...
In the midst of a 5-0 loss to San Benito High in a Jan. 10 Pacific Coast League Gabilan Division match, Gilroy High sophomore Sarah Fox kept on competing for 50-50 balls, playing as feisty as ever....
His nickname may be Sleepy, but don’t mistake Nick Villarreal’s calm, laid-back demeanor for an inability to get excited or pumped up. The Gilroy High junior lets his actions do all the talking, and so far his...
With four returning starters off last year’s team, Christopher High has high hopes to capture the Pacific Coast League Mission Division championship this season. Even with all of the talent coming back, Cougars coach Shirley Lampkin said...
No matter what happens on the scoreboard this season, the Christopher High boys basketball team will be known for its tough and intense play. Cougars coach Tim Von Urff loves it when he sees the players diving...
In the immediate aftermath of a 2-0 defeat to Lincoln High last year in the opening round of the Central Coast Section Division I playoffs, Gilroy High boys soccer coach Armando Padilla had a look of peace...
Gilroy High boys basketball coach Mike Suarez believes this year’s team can develop into something special. The Mustangs, who entered the week with a 3-2 record, opened up its Bob Hagen Tournament with losses to Christopher and...
The 2017-2018 season was one of historic proportions for the Christopher High girls soccer team. The Cougars established a couple of firsts in program history, winning an A-league championship along with a Central Coast Section playoff game....
When Dan Vizcarra first started wrestling in the seventh grade, he was baffled by the fact that his parents—Elias and Veronica—kept on taking him to club tournaments around the country, only to see him lose and secure...