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...
When Justin Sakai suffered a torn ulnar collateral ligament injury last June, he was expected to miss his entire senior season.  “I wasn’t supposed to throw for the next year,” the Live Oak High...
After the 2018 season ended, Andrew Gonzalez knew if he wanted to play a pivotal role on the boys volleyball team this season, he would need to improve in the off-season. And that’s exactly what the Live...
In a typical 400-meter race involving the section’s best competition, Kolton McCrossen often begins the final turn well behind the top three to four runners. For the Live Oak High junior, it can be a little unnerving...
Karinne Leong did something last summer she hadn’t ever done since she started swimming—she took a break from the sport. It was a much needed respite considering Leong has been grinding away in the sport for close...
The 2018 season was one to forget for the Live Oak High softball team. The Acorns finished 2-17 overall and 1-13 in the Blossom Valley League’s Mount Hamilton Division, which contributed to their switch to the Santa...
The Live Oak High baseball team had a rough going in the Blossom Valley League’s Mount Hamilton Division last season, finishing 2-12 and last place in the division. If the Acorns want to stay in the A...
Two minutes into the match, Live Oak High’s Karlie Lema outran the Sobrato High defense and unleashed a powerful shot on goal. Even though Bulldogs goalkeeper Holly Rottenborn made a nice save, Lema was only getting started....
Connor Ghione was running the court like a gazelle, beating defenders down the floor for layups or catching the ball in stride for close-range baskets. It’s no coincidence the Live Oak High sophomore forward made an impact...

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