The Christopher High football team played up to its billing as the No. 1-seed in a 55-0 drubbing of No. 8 Del Mar in the opening round of the Central Coast Section Division III playoffs Friday night in Gilroy.
Talk about an instant classic. Faint of heart need not apply.
Three years after the program's inception, two weeks after earning a share of its first league title and two days after defeating crosstown rival Gilroy High in the second annual Severance Bowl, the Christopher High football team notched the No.1-seed into the Division III bracket of the Central Coast Section playoffs.
Seeded No. 2 in the the Central Coast Section playoffs, the Gilroy High field hockey team, moved past No. 10 Live Oak 3-1 in the quarterfinals on Saturday at Del Mar High School in San Jose.
With the chance to qualify for the state meet on the line, the Central Coast Section's top cross country runners converged on the visually inspiring yet physically challenging 2.95-mile Crystal Springs course in Belmont on Saturday.
After running a little more than six miles up and down the undulating terrain of Christmas Hill Park, members of the Gilroy High boys and girls cross country teams were still bubbly as they gobbled Goldfish and other snacks after Wednesday's practice.
Two Severance Bowl's in the books – two different winners.
The second-seeded Gilroy High field hockey team will play No. 10 Live Oak in the Central Coast Section quarterfinals Saturday at Del Mar High School.
It can't be called a streak until it's more than one, and the Christopher High football team made sure it's first loss of the year last week didn't transition into its second against North Monterey County on Friday night.