The Earthquakes knew they had their work cut out for them going into Tuesday’s U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal match against the Seattle Sounders at Kezar Stadium.San Jose had not reached the semifinal round since 2004, entering the match 1-6 all time in the quarterfinal round.Unfortunately for the Earthquakes, that trend continued as they fell behind in the first half after a goal in the 18th minute and were unable to mount a comeback, dropping the match to the Sounders 1-0. Read More
After a heart-wrenching loss on the road against Archbishop Mitty in its West Catholic Athletic League opener last week, a single question stands out for Sacred Heart Cathedral — Will the Irish be able to bounce back? Read More
The first two weeks of the football season have been trying for The City’s teams, going a combined 3-16-1, but optimism is holding out on Ellis Street.
Sacred Heart Cathedral alone is responsible for the majority of the wins, as the Fightin’ Irish are the only remaining unbeaten city team at 2-0. Read More
Fresh off of a 10-day training trip to London, the San Jose Earthquakes will begin their 2010 MLS schedule with a exhibition game against the Houston Dynamo today at Kezar Stadium at 7 p.m. Read More