HS Football Preview, 2017: ‘Catz trying to bring offense up to par to compete in MBL-Pacific

Stingy, speedy and mean, Watsonville’s defense kept the Wildcatz in every game last season but the offense struggled mightily to keep up its end of the bargain, averaging just 12.8 points per game. Watsonville’s offensive struggles ultimately cost the program a shot at the MBL-P championship, as the Wildcatz failed to score a touchdown in a heartbreaking 6-5 loss to eventual league champion Seaside High.

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HS Football Preview, 2017: St. Francis believes it can compete in new MTAL-C

After serving as the Sharks’ defensive coordinator for the past two seasons under Adam Hazel, Ausman is now the head coach of the St. Francis program. The University of La Verne alumnus has tried to keep most of the same offensive and defensive concepts i

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Nordic Naturals Challenger: Playful Bublik beats Broady for title

Bublik had plenty of fun both on the court and off of it at Sunday’s Nordic Naturals Challenger singles championship. The 20-year-old captured his second Challenger title of the year, beating crowd favorite Liam Broady, 6-2, 6-3, and then hopped into the

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Nordic Naturals Challenger: Saturday's semifinals set

Sam Groth, Liam Broady, Alexander Bublik and Taylor Fritz all punched their ticket to today’s semifinal round of the 30th annual Nordic Naturals Challenger presented by Santa Cruz County Bank.

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HS Football Preview, 2017: P.V. senior class stepping up to big challenge

Pajaro Valley, a school with an enrollment of a little more than 1,400 students, has just 13 seniors on its 27-player roster. Only six of those seniors, however, played varsity football last season. Diego Navarro, Irepan Romero, Jaylen Carreon, Adrian Sil

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Nordic Naturals Challenger: Upsets continue on Day 4

Dennis Novikov knocked off No. 5 seed Mikhail Kukushkin and 20-year-old Alexander Bublik swept No. 3 seed Henri Laaksonen.

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Nordic Naturals Challenger: Groth lives up to reputation on Day 3

Sam Groth sailed through to the quarterfinals of the $100,000 Nordic Naturals Challenger presented by Santa Cruz County Bank after defeating Jason Jung in the second round on Wednesday at the Seascape Sports Club in Aptos.

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HS Football Preview, 2017: Condors like chances of competing in MBL-Pacific

Gomes said the 2017 Condors have several similarities to the 2009 team, which also had less than 15 seniors but battled its way to a 7-4 record and a Central Coast Section playoff berth.

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G League Basketball: Santa Cruz Warriors officially name Miles head coach

Miles, 34, becomes the franchise’s third head coach. He replaces Casey Hill, who stepped down earlier this summer after leading the Warriors for three seasons and winning a championship in 2015.

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HS Football Preview, 2017: M.V.C. reloads, adjusts after offseason full of change

The Mustangs will still throw it around plenty in Dini’s record-setting spread offense but the player tossing the ball will be brand-new. Additionally, the defense has also been revamped.

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Girl's Basketball: M.V.C’s Moore signs with Idaho State

Recent Monte Vista Christian graduate Delaney Moore signed her letter of intent to play basketball for the Idaho State Bengals over the weekend, the former Mustangs’ star told the Register-Pajaronian Monday.

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Local Roundup, 8/5: St. Francis football, cheer raising money with 49ers

Each ticket is $40 and half of the proceeds will go to St. Francis, which is flying north to play La Salle on September 8. To purchase tickets visit fevo.me/2sRcbWW and to donate to St. Francis select other in the drop down menu during check out.

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HS Football: Watsonville 2017 schedule overview

This season will be the fourth of head coach Ron Myers’ second stint with the Wildcatz. He has a 10-19 record in three seasons.

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HS Football: St. Francis 2017 schedule overview

St. Francis is now in the Mission Trail Athletic League’s Coastal division following a restructuring of the football landscape along the Monterey Bay which was sparked by the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League’s decision to disband for football. The MTAL-C

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