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...
Early in the first quarter of Sobrato High’s non-league game against Live Oak on Jan. 5, Bulldogs point guard Kianna Maldia displayed a Midas touch as she dribbled through three defenders near the top of the key....
What a difference a year makes. Coming off a middle of the pack finish in the Blossom Valley League’s West Valley Division a year ago, the Live Oak High boys soccer team has legitimate expectations to take...
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 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...
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...
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...
It’s often said that football is a game of inches. Nowhere was that more apparent than in last Friday’s Blossom Valley League Mount Hamilton Division game between the Live Oak High and Lincoln High football teams. Acorns...
From an early age, Max Klein’s parents stressed the importance of academics. Those lessons were ingrained in Klein’s memory as he got older, to the point where Klein’s mom, Julee, hasn’t had to give her son a...

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