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November 24, 2021

Youth softball playoffs come down to the wire

The playoffs in the three divisions of the San Lorenzo Valley girls softball league are in full swing, and the last day of the league tournament will be Saturday, May 16, at the San Lorenzo Valley Middle School softball field.

The new powerhouse

On the able legs of its sprinters and jumpers, the Scotts Valley High boys track and field team ran away with its first Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League championship Saturday, May 9.

Scotts Valley baseball clinches league title

The Scotts Valley High School varsity baseball team clinched first place in the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League with a hard-fought 4-3 win over Santa Cruz High on May 8.

Cougar volleyball playoff game Tuesday

The San Lorenzo Valley High boys volleyball team will face Branham High School of the Mount Hamilton league in the first round of the Central Coast Section playoffs on Tuesday, May 12.

Sports Shorts

SLV softball out-dueled by Aptos

Little League: Giants reverse slide, keep hold of first place

The Scotts Valley majors division Giants won two games last week, strengthening their hold on first place with a 2½-game lead over both the Red Sox and Cardinals.

Soquel spikes Cougars in league tourney

The San Lorenzo Valley High boy’s volleyball team looked dominant at times, but could not sustain strong play and fell 3-1 to Soquel High in the second round of the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League tournament on April 30.

Scotts Valley nets first lacrosse crown

With a huge smile on his face, coach Wes Koenig jumped into the arms of one of his players after Scotts Valley capped a hard-fought 12-10 win Friday, May 1, over Aptos High, giving the Falcons the inaugural Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League lacrosse title.


Mickey Phelps

Cancer Victim Remembered for Culinary Artistry, Community Involvement

She was a hacker turned military operative, a surfer, a sailing instructor and a culinary artist who studied under Julia Child. Now locals are grieving...