"When you dedicate yourself to something and open your mind to different possibilities and focus on what you can do instead of what you can't do, you really can go places in this world."
Viliame "Billy" Vuniwai hopes to lead the Sobrato High football team back to the Blossom Valley League West Valley Division championship. The Bulldogs, who won the division title two years ago and finished second last season, have...
When ESPN aired Rob Mendez's life story in a Sports Center Featured segment on Feb. 16, it forever changed his life. Mendez, a 31-year-old Gilroy resident who was born without arms and legs, started to get inundated...
Not long after making history by winning two gold medals in freestyle and Greco Roman wrestling in the World Combat Games in Budapest, Hungary on June 18-19, Morgan Hill's Aden Valencia viewed those accomplishments as if they...
Five local youth lacrosse players are headed to Calgary to play Canada's national summer sport—and no, it's not ice hockey. It's actually lacrosse (ice hockey is designated as Canada's national winter sport). Brothers Luke and Jake Richey...
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For two former local high school standouts, one person's athletic journey will continue while the other has ended. So it is for Madison Gallagher and Kayla Rooney, who last month helped lead the San Jose City College...
Michele Adam and Emily Harris have known each other for as long as they can remember, having grown up in the same neighborhood. Now the lifelong friends will continue their journey together in college at Seattle University,...
Before the season started, the Sobrato High baseball team had three goals: to win a league championship, advance to the Central Coast Section playoffs and move up from the Blossom Valley League's Santa Teresa Division to the...
Kolton McCrossen couldn't take his eyes off the medal he earned for finishing in third place in the 400-meter run in last Friday's Central Coast Section Championships at Gilroy High. For a good three to four minutes,...

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