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September 28, 2020

HS Football Rankings, Week 9: Aptos, M.V.C. hold steady at top

The Register-Pajaronian's high school football rankings for Week 9 of the 2018 season.

Tony's Thoughts: A look at Bay Area’s most intriguing players in NFL training camp

In all seriousness, 2017 is a crucial year for each team. It’s too early to make predictions but I’ll be watching reports from training camp as close as possible.

Aptos High Sports Hall of Fame welcomes 2017 class

One of the world’s pioneer skateboarders, an All-American volleyball player and one of Aptos High’s most successful player-coaches headline the list of honorees for the Aptos High Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2017.

HS Athlete of the Week, 2/19-2/24: Natalia Ackerman

Aptos High sophomore forward scored 25 points on 12 of 14 shooting, and had six rebounds, five blocks and five steals in the Mariners win over Live Oak High in the quarterfinals of the CCS Division III playoffs on Saturday afternoon.

Girls' PCAL-C Soccer: M.V.C. rallies to tie Seaside in battle of unbeatens

Shayna Lebovitz’s header off of Sophia Bessa’s free kick in the final minute of the match clanked off the crossbar and out, preserving a frustrating 1-1 tie for both teams.

HS Wrestling: Aptos produces six league champs; area sends 31 to CCS

Aptos produced six league champions at the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Finals on Feb. 8 at San Lorenzo Valley High.

Weekend Roundup, 9/16: Mustangs trounced by Knights

The Monte Vista Christian football team fell to The King's Academy on Friday night in non-league action.

Watsonville hoops legend Ken Sears dies at 83

Sears starred at NCAA Division I Santa Clara from 1951-55 and played eight seasons (1955-64) in the NBA, earning a spot on a pair of All-Star teams while playing for the New York Knicks. He played his final two pro seasons with the San Francisco Warriors,

CCS Golf Regionals, 2018: M.V.C.'s Tran advances to championship round

Tran, the Monterey Bay League Pacific division Most Valuable Player, finished tied for 12th with four other golfers to squeak into the championship round. He will return to Monterey on May 15 at 8 a.m.

CCS Soccer: No. 2 Wildcatz plow through No. 15 Titans, 5-1

The No. 2-seeded Wildcatz continued their second-half reanimation on Tuesday night in the rain, walloping No. 15 Gunn, 5-1, in the first round of the Central Coast Section Division I playoffs to record their sixth straight victory.