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March 29, 2020

Gilroy cruises in league; CCS next

For the Gilroy High wrestling team, last Saturday's Pacific Coast League Gabilan Division Championships was all about one thing: get in, get out. And that's exactly what the Mustangs did. They totaled 274 points to cruise to another league championship victory in...

Gilroy wrestling dynasty stronger than ever

Just call him The Comeback Kid. After winning the 170-pound title in the Central Coast Section Championships last Saturday at Independence High, Chad Sakamoto was greeted by a flood of teammates, coaches, family members and friends as he came off the mat....

Gilroy wins first title since 2005-2006 season

The Gilroy High boys basketball has clinched at least a co-championship in the Pacific Coast League Cypress Division. However, the Mustangs (13-10 overall, 8-1 in league) can clinch the title outright in their regular-season finale against second-place St. Francis of Watsonville (7-2...

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, he did a double take and had an initial thought that was one of his friends might be playing a...

WRESTLING ROUNDUP: GHS, CHS each earn league dual wins

The Central Coast Section's No. 1-ranked Gilroy High wrestling team traveled south to face No. 8 Alisal for the Tri-County Athletic League dual meet opener for both squads Wednesday night. The Mustangs, who have gone the past nine seasons without losing a TCAL dual meet, kicked off year 10 with a 49-21 win over the Trojans to keep that streak in tact.

Gilroy in driver’s seat to win Mission title

Nate Cazares knows he brings a lot of energy to the pool. His enthusiasm is infectious, and often times it rubs off on his team in a beneficial way. Last Wednesday was one of those times. Cazares, who was switched to the field after...

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, a glorious moment for the proud program. However, Gilroy fell on hard times last season, finishing 1-9 overall and 0-7...

Mustangs all about hustle, heart

What the Gilroy High girls volleyball team lacks in height, it makes up for in determination. The Mustangs made it a point to pride themselves this season on defense, whether it was hustling for every ball, producing textbook passes and coming up with a...

Gilroy water polo aims for splash impact

The Gilroy High water polo teams have been put in an unenviable position this season—without a home pool to practice or play in, the Mustangs have a two-hour block for their varsity boys and girls and junior varsity boys squads to fit practice in...

Fox stays on track, accomplishes goal

When he was 8 or 9 years old, John Fox and his family biked across the entire U.S., taking 4 ½ months to complete the trek. Fox said the family wasn’t in a hurry, as they focused on enjoying the journey. Still,...