The box board shows the game switching in the third quarter, but Sobrato’s 48-44 win over Christopher in the second round CCS playoff game changed much earlier.
GILROY—Thursday’s home meet marked the end of an era for Christopher coach Jeff Myers. After 30 years, the track and field coach is retiring.
The Gilroy field hockey team started its season off on the right foot, going undefeated at the Varsity Jamboree tournament Saturday at Saratoga. Morgan Rogars was one of the top scorers for the Mustangs, who topped Los Altos 4-0, Saratoga 1-0 and tied with Archbishop Mitty 1-1. Coach Adam Gemar also noted Cathy Carbajal and Carli Colyer as standouts from the tournament. Gilroy (2-0-1) will host North Salinas at 3:30 p.m. Thursday before playing in the Leigh Roundup tournament Friday and Saturday.
After a 12-6 win in the season opener, Christopher now has its eyes fixed on Live Oak. The Acorns, which beat Gilroy 31-21, and Cougars are 1-0 heading into this week and a win for either will put them one step closer to being South County champions. Christopher, which beat Sobrato, Live Oak and Gilroy last season, are the defending champs but it won’t be an easy task defending the title.
If the Christopher High baseball team intends on contending for a Pacific Coast League Gabilan Division championship, it will need to pitch like it did in the first four games of the season—all victories. When the Cougars opened up league play against Monterey on...
GILROY—The Christopher diving team proved it’s the best the in Pacific Division.