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February 5, 2023

Sports Shorts: Local sets weightlifting benchmark

It was a happy Father’s Day for power lifter Deric Stockton, the owner of strength and fitness gym Core Strength in Scotts Valley.

Scotts Valley falls to Aptos in league play

Scotts Valley High’s baseball team could not withstand Aptos High’s first home run of the season — a grand slam — and fell to the Mariners, 16-6, on Tuesday, March 29.

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Cougar softball falls to Carmel

Falcons top Soquel on late touchdown

Quarterback Jake Lobo connected with receiver Alex Turowski with 40 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to pull out a dramatic victory over host Soquel High School.

Cougars drop Falcons in girls golf

The San Lorenzo Valley High girls golf team defeated Scotts Valley High in a windy Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League match this week 199 to 209.

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SLV polo romps

Go World Cup: That costly, costly Cup

The World Cup is not just a sporting event — it is an economic stimulus package. To host the tournament, South Africa had to go on a spending spree, building new stadiums and revamping older ones.

SLV student-athletes to compete at next level

San Lorenzo Valley High signing day
FELTON—A group of San Lorenzo Valley High student-athletes will continue their athletic careers after officially signing a Letter of Intent to play sports at the collegiate level.     Seniors Cory Nounnan, Casey Crouch, Azalea Groleau and Erin Johnson all signed their letters during a ceremony that...

Flying Falcons; Nimble Scotts Valley varsity football promises athleticism, plenty of excitement

Scotts Valley Falcon football is only a few years removed from an incredible run, when the school won Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League (SCCAL) championships every year between 2006 and 2010.

Boys volleyball teams open season

The San Lorenzo Valley High volleyball team is once again off to a thunderous start at 4-1 this spring. The 2009-10 Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League champions are looking to repeat their title this season, and have only fallen to Pacific Collegiate School.



San Lorenzo Valley Water assesses storm damage at $4M

Now that January’s series of atmospheric rivers has finally let up, the San Lorenzo Valley Water District has come up with a calculation of...