Emanuel Lee

Sports Editor of the Hollister Free Lance, crazy for JC, health and workout fanatic.

Sobrato states its case to get promoted

Before the season started, the Sobrato High baseball team had three goals: to win a league championship, advance to the Central Coast...

McCrossen comes up clutch in CCS Finals

Kolton McCrossen couldn't take his eyes off the medal he earned for finishing in third place in the 400-meter run in last...

Acorns in strong position to win title

From last to first. That is the situation the Live Oak High softball team finds itself in as it enters the final...

Huber plays for school, country

When Live Oak High’s Paul Huber competed in the Blossom Valley League Golf Championships at Santa Teresa Golf Club on April 29,...

Sobrato baseball in the pole position

With a two-game sweep of previously co-leader Oak Grove two weeks ago, the Sobrato High baseball team catapulted itself into the driver’s...

Sobrato, Live Oak swimmers excel in league

Annie Ly continues to show why she’s one of the South Valley area’s most versatile swimmers after winning two races in the...

Valencia headed to World Championships

Aden Valencia doesn’t hesitate whenever someone asks him what is his ultimate goal in wrestling.  “I want to be...

Singleton, Vallez reach their goals

Gavin Vallez and Jonathan Singleton first met when they were 5 years old playing in the Morgan Hill youth baseball league. Thirteen...

Live Oak, Sobrato in title contention

When Justin Sakai suffered a torn ulnar collateral ligament injury last June, he was expected to miss his entire senior season. 

In this case, it’s good to be an Outlaw

A year ago, the South County Outlaws lacrosse program had two teams. This season, it has doubled that number. With 67 kids...

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Police blotter: Stolen vehicles, burglaries

A woman was seen walking on East Edmundson Avenue toward Keith Way wearing only a diaper.

Tennant sewer project begins


A taste of Andy’s Orchard

About 450 people visited Andy’s Orchard in Morgan Hill for a special tour and stone fruit tasting Aug. 3.