The Palma School Athletic Department will host a ceremonial Letter of Intent Signing on Friday, May 5, at 11:45 a.m. in the Steve Clayton Memorial Gym.
Three wins in four days last week helped the King City Mustangs improve their overall record to 14-7.
The Greenfield Bruin baseball team lost 2-1 in extra innings to the host Half Moon Bay Cougars on Saturday in a non-league game.
Shotokan Karate students from Soledad, San Luis Obispo and Greenfield took karate exams for the first time ever in Greenfield.
After months of waiting, the new King City Boxing Club opened its doors at the King City Recreation Department site at 411 Division St.
Spring break ended on a winning note for the Soledad Lady Aztec softball teams with three wins in two days of play in Santa Maria.
The host Watsonville Wildcatz held off the Gonzales Spartan baseball team in the final two innings to defeat the visitors 10-9 in a non-league game last Thursday afternoon.
Adrian Lopez allowed three hits in six innings to earn the pitching victory in a 2-0 shutout win over Alisal High by the Soledad Aztec varsity baseball team on April 19 at Hartnell College in Salinas.
The King City boys track and field boys team took first place in five events in a 86 to 50 win over the Carmel Padres last Thursday on the Pacific Grove High School track.
Home was a tough place to play for the Greenfield Bruins and King City Mustang baseball teams in their two-game Mission Trail Athletic League series. The Bruins won 5-4 at King City in the first game of the series and the Mustangs responded with a 8-1 win