Gilroy High field hockey's first endeavor on its quest for a third consecutive appearance in the Central Coast Section championship game went off without a hitch in the quarterfinals Saturday, as the third-seeded Mustangs eased past No. 11 Presentation 4-0 at Lynbrook High School in San Jose.
Throughout the first eight games of the year, the San Benito boys soccer team had trouble finishing and putting away teams. Against Christopher on Tuesday, the Balers did just that in a 3-0 win. After a back and forth first half, where neither team could score despite constant pressure on both sides of the field, San Benito took control in the second half.
Tommy Cox carded 9-over-par 45 to lead Gilroy High’s boys golf team to a fourth-place team finish in a Monterey Bay League Pacific Division match Tuesday at Salinas Fairways Golf Course.
Olivia Tabron led all scorers with 18 points, but Christopher’s girls basketball team suffered a season-opening 44-39 loss to visiting Oak Grove on Monday night.
GILROY—The score of the Christopher and Gilroy volleyball game was quickly forgotten by the players Thursday night. After the match, Cougars and Mustangs talked, laughed and posed for pictures together and for the seniors, the evening was bittersweet.
GILROY—Christopher and Monte Vista Christian needed an extra quarter to decide the winner of Friday’s heated league contest. But it was the Mustangs who came out on top, handing the Cougars a heartbreaking 78-71 overtime loss at Christopher High.