An 11-1 non-league win over the North Monterey County Condors last Friday helped the Soledad Aztec baseball improve to 16 wins and three losses for the season.
Frankie Berlanga completed his goal by fighting in Stockton in an MMA event.
Payton Flores ran for 130 yards and scored touchdowns but it was not enough as the Gonzales Spartan football team was edged 28-27 in Santa Cruz County in a game with the Soquel Knights.
It was a rollercoaster ride for the Gonzales High baseball team last week as they held a four-run lead at home to the Carmel Padres in the fourth inning and lost the game, and then were no-hit by Carmel’s Dylan Houpt by a 13-0 score on the road.
Wins over the Anzar Hawks last week helped the Gonzales baseball team improve to 5-6 in the Mission Trail Athletic League and 5-12 overall.
Led by the double-digit performances in kills and assists by Grace Shepherd and Megan Flores, the King City Lady Mustang volleyball team defeated the North Salinas Vikings and Seaside Spartans to improve to 3-0 at the start of non-league play.
Fairview Middle School had three wrestlers win championships at Saturday’s Coastal Counties Middle School Wrestling Championships.
A potent running game and a short field was all the Coalinga High Horned Toads needed to defeat the Gonzales Spartans on Friday at Dick Force Stadium. Coalinga improved to 2-0 after the 48-14 win and Gonzales fell to 0-2 in non-league play.
A packed house of athletes and their families gathered last Wednesday at the Gonzales High School cafeteria for the track and field awards night and dinner.
The Gonzales High wrestling program hosted back to back events last Friday and Saturday in the Roger Fernando Gym.