• Council donates $2,500 to Sober Grad Night

    The City Council of Greenfield voted in favor of donating $2,500 to the Greenfield High School Sober Grad Night on May 9.

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    When Superintendent Daniel Moirao first arrived as state administrator of the South Monterey County Joint Union High School District, the student graduation rates were around 70 percent. As of last year, they rose to 90 percent.

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All-League teams announced

Adrian Lopez, a senior infielder and pitcher for the Soledad High baseball team was chosen as the Mission Trail Athletic League Player of the Year in a meeting of league head coaches.

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San Ardo boxer wins in Modesto

Alvaro Pantoja of the San Ardo Boxing Club won by unanimous decision at the Red Shield Boxing Show in Modesto on Saturday afternoon. Pantoja fought in the 135 pound weight class.

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Munoz, Contawe in finals

For the second straight year Roman Munoz of King City and Daniel Contawe of Soledad will be representing their respective high schools on Friday at the Central Coast Section Track and Field Championships.

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Lady Mustangs shut down Gonzales, 18-0

The King City Lady Mustang softball team defeated MTAL rival Gonzales 18-0 in the last home game of the season and team’s Senior Night.

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Matthew Flores finishes college baseball career

King City High School 2012 graduate Matthew Flores has just finished his senior year at Salem International University in Salem, West Virginia.

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