VOLLEYBALL Christopher sweeps Saint Francis Olivia Tabron continues to stay hot. The Monterey Bay League kill leading junior had 11 kills and five blocks in Wednesday's 3-0 win over Saint Francis Central Coast Catholic High School in Watsonville. Tabron, who has 48 kills so far this season, helped the Cougars to 25-13, 25-23, 25-19 sweep. She was complemented by senior Emily Doughty who a .753 hit percentage with seven kills on 11 swings in the game and Cheyanne Dela Merced who racked up 25 assists. Christa Arroyo lead at the service line with four aces and 15 total serve points while Merielle Gomez, playing back-up libero for the ill Michelle Toves, had 12 digs and 18 perfect service receptions. "This group of young ladies are quite resilient," Cougars coach Brian Calimpong said. "They adjusted well to the alternate lineup."Christopher will be back on the court at 6:30 p.m. tonight against Aptos. FIELD HOCKEY Cougars pick up first win of season Christopher High picked up it's first win of the season, a 3-0 shutout of Leland High Tuesday at home. The Cougars (1-2) will start league play at 3:30 p.m. Friday, taking on Robert Louis Stevenson at home.
GILROY — For the first time in school history Christopher walked away the winner of the crosstown clash with Gilroy.
Christopher High’s No. 3-doubles duo of Matt Lombardo and Nate Norman may or may not have known when the first ball was served that the outcome of Thursday’s dual with Monte Vista Christian hinged on the result of their match.
The Christopher High boys varsity basketball team led by three at halftime, by six after three quarters and held a double-digit advantage early in the fourth against visiting Seaside on Tuesday night.
Winners of its last three Tri-County Athletic League games - including back-to-back victories over San Benito and North Salinas - the Gilroy High girls basketball team came into Thursday night's contest against first-place Notre Dame with upset in mind.
After winning the Pacific Coast League's Cypress Division championship in 2018, the Cougars were promoted to the Mission Division this season. The results were more of the same as Christopher went 11-1 to capture the Mission Division title. The Cougars saw their team season...
Christopher got a much-needed week off to heal up and get ready for the opening round of the Central Coast Section playoffs. And after rebounding from back-to-back losses to Gilroy and Alisal, the Cougars are feeling good as they prepare for Cupertino to kick off...