The Central Coast Section Division I football championship between Serra and Menlo-Atherton on Saturday means more than just a championship.
In the long and prestigious athletic history at Serra, the Padres are on the doorstep of clinching their first CCS title since 1990.
“The excitement of finishing the season with a win [is big],” Serra coach Pat Walsh said.
Second-seeded M-A (9-3) is searching for its third CCS title in the past 10 years and first since 2008. Read More
The Serra High School football team has had two consecutive subpar seasons by its standards, finishing fourth in the West Catholic Athletic League last season, and looks to make a larger impact going forward.
“We have an elevated expectation level from the kids,” Serra coach Patrick Walsh said. “With this group, we’re just focused on 2011.” 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
With a heavyweight West Catholic Athletic League schedule already staring him in the face, one might wonder why Serra High School football coach Patrick Walsh would want anything to do with perennial powerhouse De La Salle High School.
After all, isn’t playing Bellarmine, Archbishop Mitty, St. Francis and Valley Christian enough of a grind to work through without starting the season off with a bruising battle against the defending state champions? Read More