Every team wants to have control over its own fate going into the last few games of the season, and that’s the position the Hillsdale girls’ volleyball team is in.
“Second to none is not an option,” Hillsdale coach Richard Villareal said. “If you have an opportunity to play for first, so be it.” Read More
The combined record for Aragon and Woodside last season was 5-15.
After last week’s games, the two teams stand at 9-2-1 and meet Friday as both teams jockey for position in the competitive Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division.
“[The team] knows the margin for error is so thin,” Aragon coach Steve Sell said. “Nobody in our league can play poorly and win a game.” Read More
In her 11 years as a tennis coach at Hillsdale High School, coach Jackie Nachtigall has never lost her zeal to teach the game.
“I’m a very hyper coach,” Nachtigall said prior to Tuesday’s boys’ tennis match against South San Francisco at Hillsdale.
This year, she may need every ounce of that energy as she leads a team of 20 players to what she hopes will be a Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division championship. Read More
It takes years of practice and a 65-pound set of wings, but it’s possible to fly from Fort Funston to Daly City in just two minutes.
Each year, professional hang gliders who are savvy enough to fly the stretch from the southwestern corner of San Francisco south across the county line take part in the Funston Air Races.
On Aug. 28, contestants will soar over the Pacific Ocean at 60 mph just feet from the cliff. Read More