High school football coaches want their teams to play hard and play fast. That's exactly what Live Oak High did in its 30-7 win over visiting Christopher High last Friday. The Acorns ran their record to 2-0...
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...
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,...
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,...
When coach Karen Arnold began the inaugural season for the Oakwood High track and field team four years ago, there were only five members on the roster. However, one of those athletes, Maryam Moghaddami, really stood out...
From last to first. That is the situation the Live Oak High softball team finds itself in as it enters the final couple of games in Blossom Valley League play. The Acorns, who won only two games...
When Live Oak High’s Paul Huber competed in the Blossom Valley League Golf Championships at Santa Teresa Golf Club on April 29, he wasn’t just playing for himself—he was playing for his school and his country. 
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 seat to win the Blossom Valley League’s Santa Teresa Division championship and with that an...
Annie Ly continues to show why she’s one of the South Valley area’s most versatile swimmers after winning two races in the Blossom Valley League Santa Teresa Division Championships on April 17 at Sobrato High. Ly captured...
Gavin Vallez and Jonathan Singleton first met when they were 5 years old playing in the Morgan Hill youth baseball league. Thirteen years later, they sat side by side inside the Live Oak High gym to sign...

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