The Menlo School baseball team and the San Francisco 49ers have something in common: Both teams have reached numerous championship games and neither has lost once there.
Menlo (25-5) will put that streak to the test as it faces Santa Cruz in the Central Coast Section Division III championship game Saturday at Municipal Stadium in San Jose.
“We know the drill,” Menlo coach Craig Schoof said of his team’s return to the CCS title game. “The nerves and jitters aren’t there.” Read More
A year after being dropped into the Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division and missing the Central Coast Section baseball playoffs, Half Moon Bay is one win away from reaching the CCS Division III championship game.
“We proved we can pitch with other teams,” Half Moon Bay coach Steve Terraszas said. “We built that confidence in ourselves.” Read More
After clinching his spot by virtue of a seventh-place tie in the Central Coast Section Boys’ Golf Championships, Terra Nova High School’s Dan Robertson is looking forward to the Northern California Golf Championships, which begin Monday in Chico.
The senior golfer edged out San Benito’s Will Cross in a playoff at the CCS tournament at Rancho Canada West in Carmel to determine who would receive the final individual automatic qualifying spot into NorCals. Read More
A trio of San Mateo County individual players and one team from San Francisco qualified for next week’s Northern California Golf Championships with strong showings at Tuesday’s Central Coast Section Boys’ Golf Championships at Rancho Cañada West in Carmel.
Menlo School’s Patrick Grimes and Andrew Buchanan shot even-par 71s to tie for third, while Terra Nova’s Dan Robertson shot a two-over 73 to finish in a tie for seventh. Read More
For most high school water polo coaches, having one player recruited to play for a prestigious university out of a single graduating class is a memorable accomplishment. Having five out for an entire career is just as noteworthy. Read More
The climb to the top of the West Bay Athletic League’s Foothill Division in girls’ basketball is a long, arduous path for any of the league’s six teams. Having a 6-foot-3 center to dominate the paint is one way to make the trek a little bit easier. Read More