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....
Jesse Redmond and Riley Hedden are wrestlers who also played together on the football team. Although one has to be explosive on the gridiron, the mat is an entirely different story. For a wrestler to achieve their...
Sobrato High boys soccer coach Jeff Brown said he firmly believes in the talent and makeup of his players. The team has given him legitimate reasons for optimism, as the Bulldogs are off to their best start...
Last season, the Sobrato High boys basketball team entered Blossom Valley League Mount Hamilton Division play with a stellar record only to finish 0-14. This season, the Bulldogs hope to carry their non-league momentum into the BVAL’s...
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...
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...
When Helena Batey puts her mind to something, she usually accomplishes it. Such was the case when the Sobrato High senior knew she would have to unload certain activities to earn a scholarship to play water polo...
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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