Solid and steady. That’s one way to describe the Sobrato High girls water polo program. The Bulldogs are having another fine season as they prepare for the upcoming Blossom Valley League Championships and probable appearance in the...
Eddie King finished second to last in the 1600-meter run of the 2014 Central Coast Section Track and Field Championships. But out of all the runners in that race 4 ½ years ago, few—if any—have distinguished themselves...
When John Tortora earned his law degree from Seton Hall University in 1994, his goal was to run an NHL team.  “I never had the ability to play (hockey at a high level), but...
Orion Woods trusts in the process and lets the results take care of themselves. Irrespective of the scoreboard, Woods knows his job is to finish his blocks and compete hard on every play until the whistle sounds....
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...
For soldiers in Army green, unless they're career military professionals, there's life after the military. There's life after football too. Gavilan College two-way starter Branden Garcia is a seven-year Army veteran, and now that...
Jesse Isais epitomizes the Live Oak High football team. Listed at a generous 5-foot-9 and 140 pounds, Isais routinely goes up against bigger players. However, the Acorns junior cornerback/receiver and his teammates have been superior against every...

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