Christopher High’s boys volleyball team rolled to a 25-8, 25-13, 25-11 sweep of host Gilroy High on Tuesday night.
After suffering a heartbreaking loss the day before, the Christopher boys basketball team wanted to be sure that didn't happen again. Four Cougars scored in double digits, helping their team to a 69-49 win over Del Mar Thursday at the Los Gatos Wildcat shootout. Christopher had lost by just one point, 70-69, in double overtime in the tournament opener and had to win to stay alive. Senior Evan Shapiro and junior Josh Wheat led the charge for CHS by both scoring 14 points in the game. Senior Shane Suttles added 11 points, while junior Chad Hartman put up 10. Christopher (2-1) will continue play in the tournament at 5 p.m. today against Lincoln in Los Gatos for the Consolation Championship. GIRLS BASKETBALL Christopher wins nailbitter Talk about a close one. The Christopher girls basketball team fended off a 16-point fourth quarter burst from Pacific Collegiate to win 48-47in the opening round of the Watsonville Classic Thursday. The Cougars led 34-31 heading into the final quarter and were outscored by their opponents. Luckily for CHS, its lead was just enough to escape PC. Christa Arroya hit four 3-pointers in the game and led the attack with 18 points. Dejah Raoof had 11 points — included two 3-pointers — and Cydney Caradonna scored 10.
Shane Suttles took the court ready to work for his points inside. Andrew Foster, Wyatt Rocheleau and Evan Shapiro looked eager to attack the rim.
GILROY—There were plenty of fireworks and festivities off the field during Homecoming Friday night, but Gilroy High had little to celebrate on the field.
A year after winning the Central Coast Section Division II championship, Gilroy’s boys soccer team will move down divisions.
Gilroy High senior track and field athletes went out as winners in their final Tri-County Athletic meet, as both the boys (89-49) and girls (71-61) Boys defeated North Salinas on Wednesday in Gilroy.
First-year Gilroy High football head coach Brian Boyd saw last Monday’s opening of spring practices as the ideal time to raise the stakes for the roughly 40 athletes who gathered around him.