Led by first place finishers Luis Meza and Maria Hernandez the Greenfield boys and girls won the varsity divisions of the Valley Meet on Thursday at King City’s San Lorenzo Park. The cross country meet featured South County teams Greenfield, Soledad and host King City.
KING CITY — The Soquel Knights displayed a strong run game and took advantage of King City miscues to defeat the Mustangs 32-6 on...
About 133 King City High School student-athletes received free sports physicals June 7 at the Mustangs gym.
A 40-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Brett Baker to receiver Tony Amezcua in the third quarter held up as the Correctional Training Facility at Soledad Grey football team defeated the CTF Blue team 14-6 at Saturday’s Blue/Grey Game at Greenfield High School.
The South County Jamboree proved to be a success for local high school football teams in terms of preparing for upcoming season. With King City, Soledad and Gonzales facing non-league opponents this week and Greenfield starting play next week, the jamboree served as way for teams to access their progress.
King City senior distance runner Roman Munoz scored 30 points in three events to lead the Mustang to a fifth straight Mission Trail Athletic League championship on Saturday at Pacific Grove High School.
Hartnell Community College District is gearing up for its Fifth Annual Athletics Hall of Fame 2017 on Saturday, Nov. 4, at 411 Central Ave., in Salinas, and seeks nominations for the next class of inductees.
All four local high school cross country teams were on the Monterey Peninsula last week with races at Carmel Valley, Monterey, and Pacific Grove.
The Greenfield JV baseball team outscored Gonzales High 29-10 in two games to claim the season series against the Spartan JV’s.
Doctors from Mee Memorial Hospital and from Natividad Medical Center provided free sports physicals to 130 students/athletes on June 6 at King City High School.