JC Football: Cabrillo drops wild double OT game to Hartnell

In Arbet’s regime, a loss is a loss. And a loss like Saturday night’s heartbreaking 50-44 double overtime defeat against Hartnell College only served as a sobering jolt of reality to start the American-Golden Coast Conference season.

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HS Football, Week 5: Aptos rolls San Benito to stay perfect

Hunter Matys and Marcos Reyes combined to rush for 230 yards and four touchdowns, Fisher Johnson returned a fumble 88 yards for a score and the Aptos High Mariners passed the first test of their Pacific Coast Athletic League Gabilan division season with flying colors, thumping San Benito High, 42-20, Friday night.

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Girls Cross Country Preview, 2018: Ruiz takes over ‘Catz’s leadership role

A year after being named the top female freshman cross country runner in all of Northern California, Ruiz is back and determined to improve on her breakout season.

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Boys Cross Country Preview, 2018: Sharks’ E.J. Kelly top dog in Santa Lucia

A preview for all local high school boys cross country teams.

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JC Football: Cabrillo looks to continue hot start against Hartnell

Fresh off a dominant 23-6 win over Los Medanos College on Sept. 15, Cabrillo (2-0) will host Hartnell (3-0) at Carl Conelly Stadium in a game that will not only serve as the Seahawks’ home opener but their American-Golden Coast Conference opener, too.

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HS Football, Week 5: Teams begin league title chases

The Monte Vista Christian offense was poised to be one of the more explosive units in the Monterey Bay this fall, but the Mustangs’ playmakers have been bottled up for the majority of their 0-3 start to the season.

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Girls Volleyball: Aptos shows it's still an SCCAL title contender

With all three of their setters out with concussions, the Mariners scrapped their way to a 16-25, 30-28, 26-24, 25-11 win over Harbor High in a battle of last year’s Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League co-champions.

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Tony's Thoughts: Equity? Too early to tell

According to the placement of teams in the Pacific Coast Athletic League’s four divisions, those scores are all shockers. Soledad, a member of the Mission division, losing to a team two tiers below it shouldn’t have happened, right?

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HS Football Rankings, Week 5: Sharks move up after strong preseason

The Register-Pajaronian's high school football power rankings for week 5 of the 2018 season.

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High School Athletes of the Week, 9/21: Andrew Seymour & Layla Ruiz

The Register-Pajaronian High School Athletes of the Week for the week of Sept. 10-16.

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HS Football, Week 4: O’Rourke, Seymour carry Sharks past Harker School

After losing a heartbreaker to the Watsonville High Wildcatz a week ago, the St. Francis Sharks decided to avenge the win that slipped away by producing an impressive rushing performance of their own on Friday.

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Local roundup, Sept. 7: Pajaro Valley falls to Seaside in four sets

The Pajaro Valley High School Grizzlies fell in four sets to Seaside High, 25-22, 25-18, 25-20, 25-13 at home on Wednesday night.

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Roa wins Sprint Car Speedweek race at Ocean Speedway

Brody Roa scored the victory in the 30-lap Amsoil USAC/CRA Sprint Car Main Event Sept. 7 at Ocean Speedway.

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HS Football, Week 3: Reyes breaks rushing record as Aptos shuts out MVC 35–0

After winning six SCCAL titles and three CCS championships in the past seven years, you’d expect Aptos to come in swinging against a winless Monte Vista Christian team, and in true Aptos form, they did not disappoint Friday night at home.

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Coaching overhaul: Five of seven local volleyball squads add new head coaches

The newly-formed Pacific Coast Athletic League also brought some changes for the area’s teams. Pajaro Valley High and N.M.C. will join M.V.C., St. Francis and Watsonville in the 33-school equity league this fall.

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HS Football, Week 3: Aptos’ Reyes could make history against M.V.C.

All eyes will be on Marcos Reyes Friday night, as Aptos High School’s senior running back has a chance to set his school’s record for rushing yards.

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HS Football, Week 2: St. Francis runs past PV 41-0

St. Francis completely dominated Pajaro Valley High on both sides of the ball en route to a 41-0 victory Friday night at Cabrillo College’s Carl Conelly Stadium.

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HS Football, Week 2: Local teams hit the road looking for wins

St. Francis High got off to a solid start last week. Pajaro Valley High will try to flush last week’s performance.

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Cabrillo returns with ‘upgraded’ roster, new coordinator for coach Arbet’s second season

From their monstrous offensive line, to a defensive backfield that features a handful of athletic studs standing 6-feet-tall and above, the Seahawks have the look of a winner. And they’re ready to prove that their play can match their appearance.

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Thorson wins Johnny Key Classic at Ocean Speedway

The Taco Bravo and Civil War Sprint Car show produced a 37-car field. The 50-lap race was split into 25-lap segments with a 10-minute break.

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HS Football, Week 1: Sandoval, Barcelo run wild as Watsonville retains Kup

Senior running backs James Sandoval and Matthew Barcelo combined to rush for 312 yards and five touchdowns, and Watsonville’s defensive front made life difficult for Pajaro Valley High senior quarterback Max Arevalo in the Wildcatz’s 35-6 win over their cross-city rival.

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St. Francis senior named section’s Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Chloe Deleissegues, a multi-sport senior athlete with a 4.55 grade point average, was recently named the Central Coast Section Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

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