Gilroy recorded its first league win, combining for 232 points Tuesday at Pajaro Valley Golf Club in Watsonville.
The morning of Jan. 10 was a dream come true for Cordero Gonzales. He packed up and hit the road to start the next phase of his life — joining the football program at Eastern New Mexico University.
Christopher’s Matt Higgenbotham seemed to have the ball perpetually attached to his hand in Tuesday’s match at Gilroy.
For the third time in as many games the Christopher boys soccer team walked away with a tie.
The Gilroy girls basketball team had one winning season after going 22-2 in the 2010-11 campaign heading into this past year.
Christopher recorded its third straight sweep, edging Mt. Madonna 25-23, 25-22, 28-26 Thursday in Watsonville.
After finishing runner-up last season, Megan Nebesnick vowed to make it back to the Central Coast Section finals. She wasn't going to stop at just returning, either. Winning a section title was part of it, too.
Tuesday’s game between CHS and GHS was definitely one for the books. In the six years that the two teams have played each other, Christopher earned its very first victory against Gilroy in soccer.
Nick Villarreal is a quiet, unassuming humble kid at first glance.