Emanuel Lee

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

Live Oak eager to get back on the field

It was 4 p.m. Monday when Mike Gemo was cleaning up the field and locking up the gate to the football field....

Reed, Harris finish 1-2 in BVAL Finals

Audrey Reed and Emily Harris did Morgan Hill proud in the Blossom Valley Athletic League Cross Country Championships on Oct. 29 at...

Despite loss, Sobrato has a lot to be proud of

Scott Jackson could only shake his head in disappointment afterward. The Sobrato High girls water polo coach was helpless as the Bulldogs...

Dub Baseball to celebrate expansion

In September 2017, a week before Labor Day, owner Erik Wagle received the go-ahead to begin the expansion of his facility, Dub...

Redmond, Zarate key Sobrato turnaround

When the Sobrato High football team started the season 0-5—one loss that was later overturned due to a team using an ineligible...

Sobrato girls volleyball on the upswing

Hailey Jones is excellence personified on and off the court. On the court, she has helped direct the Sobrato High girls volleyball...

Acorns must rebound after tough loss

It’s often said that football is a game of inches. Nowhere was that more apparent than in last Friday’s Blossom Valley League...

Sobrato a perennial force in the pool

Solid and steady. That’s one way to describe the Sobrato High girls water polo program. The Bulldogs are having another fine season...

King rises again, this time at Chico State

Eddie King finished second to last in the 1600-meter run of the 2014 Central Coast Section Track and Field Championships. But out...

Tortora is a shark in the board room

When John Tortora earned his law degree from Seton Hall University in 1994, his goal was to run an NHL team. 

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Street projects serve region

City Hall has commissioned two studies of traffic on Morgan Hill roads—one confirming that a large portion of commuters are cutting through...

Pumpkin Park is back

Features

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.