It can't be called a streak until it's more than one, and the Christopher High football team made sure it's first loss of the year last week didn't transition into its second against North Monterey County on Friday night.
The Christopher High girls volleyball team made quick work of host North Monterey County, sweeping the Condors 25-21, 25-23, 25-20 on Thursday night in Castroville.
After vaulting out to a 2-0 lead, the Gilroy High varsity volleyball team withstood an Alisal comeback to eventually topple the Trojans 3-2 (25-23, 27-25, 17-25, 31-33, 15-13) in Salinas on Tuesday night.
Overtime has been no stranger to the Gilroy High field hockey team this season.
Two undefeated teams, a combined 19 penalties, three failed 2-point conversion tries, more than 700 yards of offense and a four-minute, 21-second, 61-yard game-winning drive, all jumbled together to produce the two most important figures in a gritty, physical, hard-nosed contest that was destined to go down to the wire.
The Gilroy high boys and girls water polo teams encountered league powers in the pool Thursday.
The Christopher High girls field hockey team had players hovering around the cage all afternoon and managed to sling four goals in a 4-0 victory over York in a Mission Trail Athletic League encounter Wednesday in Gilroy.
The Christopher High girls varsity tennis team was without its top-two singles players as it took on Pajaro Valley on Tuesday in Watsonville. No problem.
Three of the four singles matches between the Christopher and North Salinas tennis team's went to third-set tiebreakers. The Cougars came out on the other end with team point in two of those.