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The Monterey County Herald
Just a Thought: Trinity’s future points to 11-man footballthe same mistake that Marina made. He has watched as St. Francis Catholic has s
Just a Thought: Trinity’s future points to 11-man football
The Monterey County Herald / Posted yesterday
the same mistake that Marina made. He has watched as St. Francis Catholic has slowly restored its program after leaving the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League three years ago. Just having a place to practice on campus for the first time this fall has... Read more
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Pajaronian Men's JC Soccer Preview: Cabrillo aims for state with local stars bolstering rosterCervantes and Gonzalo Samudio and forward Alexis Ramos have all helped bolster
Pajaronian Men's JC Soccer Preview: Cabrillo aims for state with local stars bolstering roster
Register Pajaronian / Posted 2 days ago
Cervantes and Gonzalo Samudio and forward Alexis Ramos have all helped bolster the Cabrillo roster. Cervantes was named the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League�s top player last season at Aptos High, Samudio was the Monterey Bay League Gabilan division... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
High School Football, Week 0: Aptos forces 5 turnovers, holds off Salinasunder coach Randy Blankenship, went 9-4 last season, rallying from a brutal non
High School Football, Week 0: Aptos forces 5 turnovers, holds off Salinas
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
under coach Randy Blankenship, went 9-4 last season, rallying from a brutal nonleague slate to win its fifth straight Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title. For a third straight year, Salinas and Aptos opened the season against each... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Prep football: Salinas falls short against Aptos, 21-14under coach Randy Blankenship, went 9-4 last season, rallying from a brutal non
Prep football: Salinas falls short against Aptos, 21-14
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 3 days ago
under coach Randy Blankenship, went 9-4 last season, rallying from a brutal nonleague slate to win its fifth straight Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title. For a third straight year, Salinas and Aptos opened the season against each... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
High School Football, Week 0: Aptos forces 4 turnovers , holds off Salinasunder coach Randy Blankenship, went 9-4 last season, rallying from a brutal non
High School Football, Week 0: Aptos forces 4 turnovers , holds off Salinas
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
under coach Randy Blankenship, went 9-4 last season, rallying from a brutal nonleague slate to win its fifth straight Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title. For a third straight year, Salinas and Aptos opened the season against each... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Jim Seimas, Airing It Out: Football season is here and it’s right on timeonce we get our bell rung, we can’t believe it: “Holy cow, the jamboree is here
Jim Seimas, Airing It Out: Football season is here and it’s right on time
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
once we get our bell rung, we can’t believe it: “Holy cow, the jamboree is here! “It’s football season!” Actually, the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League jamboree has come and gone, like an Aptos High running back dashing to paydirt. Played out... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
High school baseball: Standouts Javier Felix, Glenallen Hill Jr. transfer to Santa Cruzportion of the baseball season. But their return makes the Cardinals contenders
High school baseball: Standouts Javier Felix, Glenallen Hill Jr. transfer to Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 5 days ago
portion of the baseball season. But their return makes the Cardinals contenders despite them finishing in last place in the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League last season, said St. Francis High coach Ken Nakagawa. “Those are two quality kids,” said... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
2016 BFL Football Preview: Motivated and energized, St. Francis poised to compete for league titlefor more than 1,200 yards. St. Francis, an independent program the last three
2016 BFL Football Preview: Motivated and energized, St. Francis poised to compete for league title
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
for more than 1,200 yards. St. Francis, an independent program the last three seasons following its release from the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League, joined the North Coast Section’s Bay Football League in February. The Sharks will compete... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
High school football: County teams square off for first time in preparation of next week’s season openersCruz Sentinel) Aptos >> Representatives from all 10 Santa Cruz County high sch
High school football: County teams square off for first time in preparation of next week’s season openers
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
Cruz Sentinel) Aptos >> Representatives from all 10 Santa Cruz County high school programs took part in the 40th annual Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Varsity Football Jamboree on Friday night at Cabrillo College’s Carl Conelly Stadium. It... Read more
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Pajaronian SCCAL Jamboree, 2016: Aptos showcases a bit everything; other local teams flash brillianceThe Mariners look like they never left the field. Aptos High once again won th
Pajaronian SCCAL Jamboree, 2016: Aptos showcases a bit everything; other local teams flash brilliance
Register Pajaronian / Posted 9 days ago
The Mariners look like they never left the field. Aptos High once again won the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Jamboree, which was in its 40th edition, nearly doubling up the rest of the competition with 67 total points, Friday night at Carl... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
County football teams set for 2016 SCCAL JamboreeThe 40th annual Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Varsity Football Jamboree take
County football teams set for 2016 SCCAL Jamboree
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
The 40th annual Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Varsity Football Jamboree takes place Friday night at Cabrillo College’s Carl Conelly Stadium in Aptos. All 10 teams from Santa Cruz County will be competing in the event. Play begins at 5:30 p.m.,... Read more
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Pajaronian High School Football Preview, Part V: Sharks combat low numbers by upping conditioning, changing attitude during summer programa team from Milwaukie, Oregon that is coached by Hazel�s brother Aaron. They c
Pajaronian High School Football Preview, Part V: Sharks combat low numbers by upping conditioning, changing attitude during summer program
Register Pajaronian / Posted 11 days ago
a team from Milwaukie, Oregon that is coached by Hazel�s brother Aaron. They close out their preseason against a pair of Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League squads: Harbor High and Soquel High. They will play Harbor in back-to-back weeks, hosting... Read more
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Pajaronian High School Football Preview, Part IV: Aptos seniors put previous success behind them, look to win 6th straight league title, make CCS finals runand the vast majority of its starting defense. The Mariners, as usual, have no
Pajaronian High School Football Preview, Part IV: Aptos seniors put previous success behind them, look to win 6th straight league title, make CCS finals run
Register Pajaronian / Posted 13 days ago
and the vast majority of its starting defense. The Mariners, as usual, have not had to rebuild despite graduating the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Most Valuable Player of the Year, Jack Harris, and the league�s Lineman of the Year, Jason... Read more
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Pajaronian High School Football Preview, Part IV: Aptos seniors put previous success behind them, look to win 6th straight league title, make CCS finals runand the vast majority of its starting defense. The Mariners, as usual, have no
Pajaronian High School Football Preview, Part IV: Aptos seniors put previous success behind them, look to win 6th straight league title, make CCS finals run
Register Pajaronian / Posted 13 days ago
and the vast majority of its starting defense. The Mariners, as usual, have not had to rebuild despite graduating the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Most Valuable Player of the Year, Jack Harris, and the league�s Lineman of the Year, Jason... Read more
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Pajaronian High school football preview, part II: Watsonville replaces size with speed, hopes to make run at MBL-P titlesame playoff bracket last season. Santa Cruz also figures to be tough and is be
Pajaronian High school football preview, part II: Watsonville replaces size with speed, hopes to make run at MBL-P title
Register Pajaronian / Posted 18 days ago
same playoff bracket last season. Santa Cruz also figures to be tough and is being touted as the most improved team in the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League. The Monterey Bay League Pacific division, as always, will be a toss up between the seven... Read more
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Pajaronian St. Francis' Ruben Ibarra gives verbal commitment to SJSU baseballdiamond. Nakagawa said he was mature beyond his years during his freshman seas
Pajaronian St. Francis' Ruben Ibarra gives verbal commitment to SJSU baseball
Register Pajaronian / Posted 27 days ago
diamond. Nakagawa said he was mature beyond his years during his freshman season, in which he earned a spot on the All-Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Second Team. Since then Ibarra has been named to the All-SCCAL First Team twice and helped... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
St. Francis slugger Ruben Ibarra commits to San Jose State for baseballvisit last week, Ibarra had made up his mind. “My excitement level is off the
St. Francis slugger Ruben Ibarra commits to San Jose State for baseball
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
visit last week, Ibarra had made up his mind. “My excitement level is off the charts,” said Ibarra, a first-team all-Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League utility pick the past two seasons. “It’s awesome to get the opportunity to play baseball at... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Jim Seimas, Airing It Out: SLV tops Harbor in rematch, but outmanned Harbor walks off field with heads held highago. And ultimately they did. But Harbor and San Lorenzo Valley — which played
Jim Seimas, Airing It Out: SLV tops Harbor in rematch, but outmanned Harbor walks off field with heads held high
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
ago. And ultimately they did. But Harbor and San Lorenzo Valley — which played to a 14-all tie in 1996 to share the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title — made their fans wait a little longer to get finality in their historic rematch. Not... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Co-football champions SLV, Harbor to settle a score — 20 years after epic tieafternoon in Santa Cruz in 1996, Harbor High’s unheralded football team and pow
Co-football champions SLV, Harbor to settle a score — 20 years after epic tie
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 30 days ago
afternoon in Santa Cruz in 1996, Harbor High’s unheralded football team and powerful San Lorenzo Valley squared off for the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title in a televised game. They played to an epic, 14-all tie in front of hundreds of... Read more

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