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February 5, 2023

Falcons soaring with confidence following difficult preseason | SCCAL girls soccer preview 

Prior to the start of the season, Scotts Valley High senior Naiya Samios believed playing through a challenging preseason could have easily ruined their confidence level from the get-go. At one point, the standout midfielder/forward and team captain asked the coaching staff if they should...

Falcons set to take flight for challenging league season | Boys basketball 

Scotts Valley High boys basketball coach Gabe Gonzales has been on the same boat with just about every winter sports coach by trying to keep players healthy from both injuries and illness. The Falcons took a big hit on the depth chart two weeks ago...

Cougars aim to make statement in SCCAL | Girls basketball

Don’t look now but the San Lorenzo Valley High girls’ basketball team is one of the hottest squads to take the court this season. The Cougars are off to a 7-0 start following a 52-17 win over Anzar in Wednesday night's non-league game. They are...

Falcons’ cast grows during the offseason | High school wrestling

For the past two years, Scotts Valley High juniors Danica Kelley and Kayse Martinovsky have represented the entire wrestling program, from league dual meets to the state championships. The Falcons, however, had a big resurgence during the offseason after the team not only doubled, but...

Falcons soar to new heights at state cross country finals

The Scotts Valley High cross country boys and girls teams wrapped up their remarkable season with three top-10 finishes at this year’s CIF State Cross Country Championships. The Falcons girls team soared to a sixth place finish, while the boys’ squad finished seventh at Woodward...

Falcons duo shines in doubles tournament action | Girls tennis

Scotts Valley senior Emma Dyc-O’Neal and sophomore Sofia Niklaus were busy this season handling business on the tennis court as two of the top singles players for the girls’ Falcons team.  However, things took a tiny twist when they paired up to compete at the...

Twice as nice: Boothby, Falcons win back-to-back D-IV titles | CCS girls cross country

Scotts Valley High junior Ashlyn Boothby isn’t the biggest fan of the Crystal Springs Cross Country Course in Belmont, especially because of the heat. In fact, most of the runners would probably agree with the defending section champion.   However, the cool weather conditions were nearly perfect...

Falcons repeat as D-IV champions | CCS boys cross country

The season highlight reel continues to grow for Scotts Valley High senior Aiden Boothby after another strong finish at last week’s Central Coast Section Cross Country Championships.  He placed second in 15 minutes, 52.5 seconds in the 2.95-mile race at Crystal Springs course in Belmont...

Falcons soar to fifth straight SCCAL crown | Boys cross country

Scotts Valley senior Aiden Boothby admitted he wasn’t feeling the greatest when he woke up the morning of the league’s cross country finals.  However, that mood quickly shifted once he realized it was more than just another race.  Boothby finished the 3-mile course in a personal...

Falcons capture back-to-back SCCAL titles | Girls cross country

Prior to the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Cross Country finals, Scotts Valley High junior Ashlyn Boothby was battling a chest cold that set her back just a tad bit. Despite not being back to full capacity, the ace runner had enough energy to beat...

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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...