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January 27, 2020

Pacific Point back in the 8-man game

The smallest school in the Central Coast Section—and it's not even close—is fielding a football team again, and this time everyone at Pacific Point...

Gilroy seeks turnaround

In two short years, Gilroy High went from the penthouse to the outhouse. In 2017, the Mustangs won their first-ever Central Coast Section championship,...

Barnes hits goal to play NCAA football

When Joe Barnes received a direct message via Twitter from someone claiming to be an assistant football coach from the Redlands University,...

Christopher wins historic title

Travis Romero and Ryan Dequin likened the Christopher High baseball team's emotions and season to a never-ending thrill ride. 

Prettyman a high jumping sensation

Olivia Prettyman is already set to play basketball in the fall at The Master's University in Santa Clarita. Even though basketball is...

Cougars win another nail-biter

When the Christopher High baseball team fell behind 4-0 after two innings, things looked pretty bleak. However, the Cougars have showed plenty...

Christopher, Gilroy open with CCS wins

The up and down thrill ride that has been Christopher High's season reached its apex in a nail-biting 1-0, 8-inning win over...

Pacific Point launches football team

Pacific Point Christian School will be fielding its inaugural football team in the fall. The private school in Gilroy—with a high school...

Baxter finds new role after injury

Bobby Baxter reflects on the play that ended his senior season and high school career and knows what should’ve been done. 

Christopher swim dynasty extends streak

Christopher High had its prom last Saturday starting at 6 p.m., meaning students attending the event start to get ready several hours...