Through the team’s first nine games—in which it went 6-3—the Live Oak High girls basketball team went 0-3 against A-league teams and a perfect 6-0 against B-league squads. Acorns coach Mike Kiefer set up a tough schedule,...
After earning a share of the Blossom Valley League Mount Hamilton Division championship and advancing to the Central Coast Section Division III playoffs last year, the Sobrato High girls basketball team is aiming to take things up...
After winning the Blossom Valley Athletic League’s Santa Teresa Division championship and a Central Coast Section playoff game last season, the Live Oak High girls soccer team was promoted to the Mount Hamilton Division this season, which...
Kianna Maldia has always had a strong belief in herself when it comes to playing basketball. That confidence has carried the Sobrato High senior to earning a scholarship to play at Sonoma State University. Maldia actually returned...
When Sam Parish and Bella Romani signed their letter of intents and returned it back to their future colleges—Santa Clara University for Parish and Dominican University for Romani—they felt a swirl of emotions, ranging from euphoria to...
A year ago, Emily Harris endured a rough cross country season. The Sobrato High senior battled illness, limiting her fitness and leading to a subpar season. Her confidence took a hit, and yet deep down inside Harris...
Although the Live Oak High football team didn’t end its season the way it wanted to—with a win—the Acorns have plenty to be proud of for what they accomplished this season. Despite a 20-0 loss to Sacred...
Kate Marcotullio decided to run cross country last year as a freshman to stay in shape for soccer, the sport she has played since she was 5 or 6 years old. Her expectations were rather muted, as...
Audrey Reed and Emily Harris did Morgan Hill proud in the Blossom Valley Athletic League Cross Country Championships on Oct. 29 at Crystal Spring in Belmont, finishing 1-2 to spearhead their respective teams to berths in the...
When the Sobrato High football team started the season 0-5—one loss that was later overturned due to a team using an ineligible player—things could’ve easily gone downhill from there. Instead, the opposite happened. After a four-point loss...

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