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Cross Country | Mustang boys win invitational

With five runners in the top six places the King City varsity boys cross country team easily won their division at Saturday’s Jackie Henderson Memorial Invitational hosted by North Monterey High School in Castroville. King City scored 17 points to easily defeat second place San Benito with 66 points. Soledad High placed fifth in the division.

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Football | Greenfield Bruins start new league with win

After scoring just 14 points in four games, the Greenfield football team erupted for six touchdowns to down the visiting Harbor Pirates 42-7 in the Bruins Santa Lucia Division opener.

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Cross Country | New Center Meets begin

Cross country dual meets have been eliminated this season as the newly formed Pacific Coast Athletic League has opted to run Center Meets with the new divisions competed in various venues.

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Cross Country | Runners gather for Earlybird Invitational

The competition was tough for local high school cross country runners at the 23rd Annual North Monterey County Earlybird Invitational Cross Country Meet at Toro Park on Saturday.

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Locals place at Monterey Bay Invitational

Cross country runners from all four South County high schools traveled to Toro Regional Park in Salinas to run in the Monterey Bay Invitational.

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King City takes gold

Four wins on Saturday earned the King City Lady Mustang volleyball team the championship of the Gold Division at Saturday’s Everett Alvarez Volleyball Tournament in Salinas.

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Runners compete at Greenfield Harvest Festival 5K

Hartnell distance runner and Greenfield resident Jaime Garcia edged 15-year-old Luis Martinez to be crowned the overall winner of the 2017 Harvest Run Sunday morning in Greenfield.

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Greenfield teams win Valley Meet

Led by first place finishers Luis Meza and Maria Hernandez the Greenfield boys and girls won the varsity divisions of the Valley Meet on Thursday at King City’s San Lorenzo Park. The cross country meet featured South County teams Greenfield, Soledad and host King City.

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Local boxers fight in Sacramento

A pair of San Ardo Boxing Club member came home with split decisions after boxing matches in Sacramento on Saturday.

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King City, Greenfield win matches

The King City Lady Mustangs are 5-1 in the Mission Trail Athletic League as they defeated the Anzar Hawks in three games in San Juan Bautista and beat visiting Soledad High in three games.

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Aztecs win 2, while other local teams suffer losses

Two victories last week improved the Soledad High volleyball teams record to 3-1 in the Mission Trail Athletic League and 5-3 overall. Other South County teams, however, suffered losses this past week.

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South County teams run in Peninsula

All four local high school cross country teams were on the Monterey Peninsula last week with races at Carmel Valley, Monterey, and Pacific Grove.

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Ortega scores five TDs in win over Greenfield

Soledad High running back Emanuel Ortega scored five touchdowns to lead the Aztec football team to a 41-0 victory over the host Greenfield Bruins last Friday in Greenfield.

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Runners compete at Earlybird Invitational

Cross country runners from Gonzales, Greenfield, and King City joined over 70 teams and 2000 plus runners at the Earlybird Invitational Cross Country Meet.

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Bruins struggle against ‘Catz

Utilizing a double wing formation the Watsonville High Wildcatz improved to 3-0 in the pre-season with a 35-14 win over the Greenfield Bruins (1-1) on Friday in Greenfield.

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South County teams run at invitational

The Greenfield High varsity boys cross country team placed third in their division at the Chieftain-Spirit Classic Invitational on Saturday at Toro Regional Park in Salinas. The meet featured over 700 runners competed in three divisions for the boys and girls.

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Greenfield Bruins win battle of bears

An early miscue for a touchdown was quickly forgotten on Saturday as the Greenfield High Bruins outscored the Pajaro Valley Grizzlies 48-0 the rest of the way in a 48-6 season-opener at Cabrillo College in Aptos.

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King City volleyball team improves to 3-0

Led by the double-digit performances in kills and assists by Grace Shepherd and Megan Flores, the King City Lady Mustang volleyball team defeated the North Salinas Vikings and Seaside Spartans to improve to 3-0 at the start of non-league play.

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Horned Toads run by Gonzales, 48-14

A potent running game and a short field was all the Coalinga High Horned Toads needed to defeat the Gonzales Spartans on Friday at Dick Force Stadium. Coalinga improved to 2-0 after the 48-14 win and Gonzales fell to 0-2 in non-league play.

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Gonzales cross country participates in cleanup

With the cross country running season right around the corner, the Gonzales High team joined other local teams to prepare the Toro Park Course in Salinas for the many competitions that will take place on the site.

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Aztecs come up short

A balanced offensive attack by Seaside High wore down the host Soledad Aztecs in the season opener for both football teams.

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Teams excel at jamboree

The South County Jamboree proved to be a success for local high school football teams in terms of preparing for upcoming season. With King City, Soledad and Gonzales facing non-league opponents this week and Greenfield starting play next week, the jamboree served as way for teams to access their progress.

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Boxers fight travel to fights

There was no rest last weekend for San Ardo and King City Boxing Club head coach Rodolfo Tapia as he traveled to a boxing match at Santa Margarita on Friday and headed north on Saturday for another boxing match in San Leandro.

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McEnroe wins gold

Steve McEnroe brought back two gold medals after placing first in the shot put and discus at the World Police and Fire Games last week in Los Angeles.

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Valley of the runners

A nice cloud cover protected the lead runners on Saturday during the Salinas Valley Half Marathon that began at the Soledad Mission and finished 13.1 miles later at Pessagno Winery in Gonzales.

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Villanueva helps team win championship

Lisa Villanueva had an outstanding tournament as a member of the Salinas Wildcats 10-and-under softball team that won the National Softball Association (NSA) Western World Series last week in Reno, Nev.

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Scholarship runners

Three South County high school runners were awarded scholarships for their accomplishments as runners and their work in the classroom by the Monterey Bay Wednesday Night Laundry Runners (WNLR).

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King City High hosts volleyball camp

A volleyball camp was hosted by the King City High School volleyball program for athletes from fourth to 10th grade on July 17-21 the King City High School Gym.

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REACHING HIGH

South County high school athletic teams began observing “dead week” this past Sunday and athletes will have no contact with their coaches until July 30. Football, cross country and volleyball teams will resume regular practice after that date.

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Lopez named to Cal-Hi Sports team

Adrian Lopez of Soledad was named last week to the Cal-Hi Sports All-State small school second team as a pitcher.

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SEASON PREP

South County High School football teams in the final weeks of summer conditioning in preparation for the upcoming season.

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Local baseball All-Star teams fall in semi-finals

All five local Little League All-Stars teams were beaten in the semi-finals of the California District 9 section.

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Orange is the new black

An excited group of runners and walkers took to the streets of Gonzales for the annual Gonzales Orange and Black 5K Race on the Fourth of July.

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San Ardo boxers win in Salinas

Marlen Arreola and Kevin Perez of the San Ardo Boxing Club were victorious in their matches on Saturday night at the Rock Gym in Salinas, coming home with unanimous decisions.

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PLAYOFFS BEGIN

Two teams from King City, two teams from Soledad and one team from Gonzales have qualified to play in the semifinals of the California District 9 Little League All-Star Playoffs.

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Soledad wins Tournament of Champions

On Sunday, June 18, the Soledad Minor Giants won the Tournament of Champion Minor title, beating Hollister-American 18-6 in the finals.

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South Valley Stealth team places 3rd

The South Valley Stealth softball team placed third in the 16 and under B Division at the Northern California Qualifying Tournament this past weekend at the Twin Creeks Softball Complex in Sunnyvale.

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Hit Squad plays two games in Temecula

The Monterey County Hit Squad ended the spring football season on Friday with games against the Arizona Bandits and the Arizona Rams. The Hit Squad featured five players from Greenfield and is a member of the American Youth Football League.

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Battle of the All-Stars

The Gonzales Little League 11 and 12-year-old All-Star baseball team began the All-Star Tournament last weekend with wins over King City and Ferrasci.

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Perez a headliner at Paso show

San Ardo Boxing Club member Kevin Perez was the headliner at the Battle of the Coast Boxing Show that took place in the Kennedy Fitness Club on Saturday, June 10.

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Dodgers place 2nd at TOC

The Gonzales Major Little League Dodgers completed a great season with a 21-5-1 overall record for a second place finish in the California District 9 Tournament of Champions.

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‘Hit Squad’ football team wins tournament

Four youth football players from Greenfield have had plenty of success this spring as members of the Monterey County Hit Squad Football Team.

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Local boxers attend Battle of the Coast

Over 20 boxing clubs attended Saturday’s Battle of the Coast boxing show that was hosted by the San Ardo Boxing Club at the Kennedy Fitness Club in Paso Robles.

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RUN LIKE WILDFIRE

Fort Hunter Liggett hosted its first Wildfire Triathlon this past Saturday, with 40 participants completing the 1/4-mile swim, 12-mile bike ride and 5K run.

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  • Volleyball | South County weekly roundup

    Greenfield High volleyball team played two games last week in the Pacific Coast Athletic League. The Lady Bruins lost to the York School Falcons and to Oakwood.

  • Football | Bruins down Grizzlies, 37-35

    Greenfield Bruins placekicker booted a nine-yard field goal with time running out to give his football team an exciting 37-35 Santa Lucia Division win over the host Pajaro Valley Grizzlies on Friday at Cabrillo College. Greenfield (2-1 in league, 2-5 overall) overcame a double-digit deficit to down the Grizzlies (0-2, 2-4).

  • Volleyball | Pumas beat Lady Bruins

    Greenfield Lady Bruins volleyball team lost at home in four games Sept. 25 to the Pumas of Pacific Collegiate of Santa Cruz in Santa Lucia Divisional play. The Pumas beat Greenfield 23-25, 25-23, 12-25 and 9-25.

  • Football | Pirates edge out Bruins, 22-21

    With momentum on their side, the Greenfield Bruins went for a win instead of a tie, but a pass for two points in the end zone fell incomplete, resulting in a 22-21 Santa Lucia Divisional loss against Robert Louis Stevenson in Pebble Beach.

  • Football | Condors outplay Bruins

    Turnovers and the inability to capitalize on an opponent’s turnovers cost the Greenfield High football in its 29-7 non-league loss to the North Monterey County Condors last Friday in Castroville.

  • Basketball teams compete in non-league games

    With the league seasons a month away, local high school basketball teams are traveling near and far to play in non-league contests.

  • South County teams on the pitch

    Three of the four boys soccer teams from South County were victorious on the soccer pitch and two girls teams won games in non-league play last week. This is the final week of non-league games for the local teams.

  • Realignment begins next fall for local teams

    Change is coming next fall for local high school athletic teams as 33 schools that make up the tri-county area will be realigned to form new divisions as part of the Pacific Coast Athletic League (PCAL).

  • All-League Coastal team announced

    Greenfield High School quarterback Andy Hernandez was voted the Back of the Year of the Mission Trail Athletic League Division. Hernandez, a senior exhibited his versatility on the field gaining over 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 yards passing for the season.

  • Tourney kicks off basketball season

    Basketball balls will be flying through the air on Friday as local teams take part in the South County high school basketball tournaments at King City High School for the boys and Gonzales High for the girls.

  • King City routs Bruins in last game

    Six players scored touchdowns as the King City Mustangs beat Greenfield 50-20 on Friday night at War Memorial Stadium for the final regular season game for both teams. King City improved to 6-4 and Greenfield fell to 3-7 overall after the non-league loss.

  • Bruins break losing streak at Soquel

    Greenfield Bruins recovered from giving up a 13-point lead to snap a four-game losing streak with a last second 50-48 victory at Soquel High on Friday night.

  • Runners compete in MTAL Center Meet

    In a preview of the upcoming Mission Trail Athletic League Cross Country Championships, the Greenfield boys teams won the varsity boys, JV boys and frosh boys divisions.

  • South County teams complete league season

    The regular season ends this week for local high school volleyball teams as Mission Trail Athletic League games were played on Monday and today. King City has two games remaining and will be seeded on Saturday in the Central Coast Section Division IV Playoffs.

  • Marina Mariners outplay Greenfield Bruins, 47-16

    An inspired Marina Mariners football started strong and finished strong in a 47-16 win over the host Greenfield High Bruins last Friday in Greenfield.

  • Greenfield Bruins rocked in Santa Cruz, 48-22

    For a team that entered their game with Greenfield having lost four of its last five contests, the Santa Cruz Cardinals were impressive in a 48-22 win over the Bruins last Friday night.

  • King City continues solid play

    With over half the league season completed, the King City Lady Mustangs are in second place in team standings with a 7-1 record. King City won two games last week, defeating the host Carmel Padres 3-1 and beating the Pacific Grove Breakers on the road.

  • Sharks wear down Bruins

    A potent running game and stingy defense wore down visiting Greenfield in a 42-13 loss to the host St. Francis Sharks on Friday night in Watsonville.

  • Gonzales, Soledad teams defeat Stevenson at meet

    The Gonzales boys and Soledad boys cross country teams defeated Robert Louis Stevenson on Thursday at Dick Force Stadium in Gonzales.

  • Greenfield Bruins sink Harbor Pirates, 48-22

    Greenfield High running back Jose Uribe rushed for a season-best of 168 yards in the Bruins 48-22 Mission Trail Athletic League opener in Santa Cruz.

  • Aztecs fall to Panthers

    A 35-14 loss to the ranked Antioch Panthers did not dampen the spirits of the Soledad Aztec football as they fell to 0-2 at the start on non-league play.

  • Bruins, Aztec runners place at Hollister

    The Greenfield High School and Soledad High School cross country teams came home with team awards and medals for their participation at the Third Annual Dry River Run at Hollister.

  • Tigers rip Spartans, 62-7

    A physical imposing Fremont High Tigers football team spoiled the season debut of the host Gonzales Spartans, manhandling the host by a 62-7 score.

  • Lady Mustangs start season with win

    Junior Grace Shepherd finished with 17 kills and senior Megan Flores had 22 assists as the King City Lady Mustangs won their season opener 3-0 over the host Alisal High Trojans last Thursday in the Mustang Gym.

  • Mustangs lose opener to Monte Vista Christian

    The King City High School football team opened the regular season with a 37-20 setback against the Monte Vista Christian Mustangs last Friday night in Watsonville.

  • Football games begin Friday

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  • Volleyball teams kick off season this week

    The King City, Soledad and Gonzales High School volleyball teams began non-league games this week to kick off the season.

  • Jamboree kicks off South County football season

    The football season begins Friday for South County high schools at the South County Jamboree at War Memorial Stadium. The jamboree will kick off at 5 pm with a JV jamboree followed afterwards by the varsity jamboree.

  • Half Marathon resumes Saturday

    Hundreds of runners and walkers will take to South County backroads on Saturday to take part in the eighth annual Salinas Valley Half Marathon the will start at the Soledad Mission and finish at Pessagno Winery on 1645 River Road.

  • Boxers prepare for Oakland fights

    Members of the San Ardo Boxing Club are currently in training to compete at the Battle Royale Boxing show that will take place in Oakland on Saturday, July 29.

  • Courrejou selected to Hall of Fame

    Gonzales High multi-athlete Michelle Courrejou of the Class of 1981 has been chosen as a member of the Hartnell College Athletic Hall of Fame for 2017.

  • South County league plays tonight

    High School football teams from Gonzales, Soledad and King City will be competing tonight at Greenfield High in the South County Seven on Seven Passing League.

  • 7 on 7 league begins

    The seven on seven passing league for South County high school football teams start today at 5 pm at Soledad High School.

  • Karate Club prepares for England tournament

    Blackbelt students from Carrillo’s Karate Studio in Greenfield are training for an international tournament that will take place Oct. 26-30 in England.

  • All-Star tourneys begin this weekend

    Little League baseball teams of all ages will begin play this weekend in the California District 9 All-Star Tournaments. Teams from King City, Greenfield, Soledad and Gonzales are participating in the tournament that will conclude with championship games

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