Two games, 14 goals and two Tri-County Athletic League victories. Sounds about right.
Andrew Foster had 21 points, Wyatt Rocheleau 20 and Takoda Bowers 16, as the Christopher High boys varsity basketball team trumped visiting Pajaro Valley with its highest scoring out put of the season in a 85-53 victory Thursday night.
Lorenzo Vasquez’s header in the 69th minute propelled the Alisal Trojans to a 3-2 triumph over Gilroy High, spoiling the Mustangs’ Tri-County Athletic League debut Thursday night in Gilroy.
The Christopher High wrestling team's expectations are through the roof this season. Its list of goals starts with a clean run through the Monterey Bay League. Priority No. 1 looked to be in jeopardy as a short-handed Cougars squad entered Wednesday night's dual meet against visiting Watsonville.
After a three-week layoff and eager to begin defense of their fifth Tri-County Athletic League title, the Gilroy High girls varsity soccer team returned to the pitch for its TCAL opener and hit the ground running. Four different Mustangs registered goals in a 7-0 drubbing of host Alisal on Wednesday in Salinas.
Sara Makanani converted 1-of-2 free throws with 5.6 seconds remaining in the game, and after one final defensive stand, North Salinas defeated Gilroy High 40-39 in a gritty Tri-County Athletic League tilt Tuesday in Gilroy.
Gilroy High wrestling coach Greg Varela said this past weekend's 35th annual Doc Buchanan Invitational - a tournament that hosts the who's, who of California's top-ranked wrestlers - served as a mid-term-like indicator as the season makes a turn for crunch time. The Mustangs are sitting above the curve.
If last Wednesday's 5-0 loss to Monterey was the wake up call, the Christopher High boys varsity soccer team answered the bell Friday. With 11 players to fill out the roster, and no substitutions available, the Cougars hit the road against Monterey Bay League opponent Monte Vista Christian and salvaged a 0-0 tie.
Watsonville, the defending Monterey Bay League boys basketball champion, reached 2-0 in league action Friday by handing the host Christopher High Cougars a 65-53 setback. The Cougars, 0-1 in MBL play and 4-9 overall, visit Seaside Tuesday before hosting Pajaro Valley on Thursday.