A balanced offensive attack by Seaside High wore down the host Soledad Aztecs in the season opener for both football teams.
A physical imposing Fremont High Tigers football team spoiled the season debut of the host Gonzales Spartans, manhandling the host by a 62-7 score.
The Gonzales High tennis team is 2-1 in league after a road loss to Christopher High in Gilroy and a home win against the Gilroy High Mustangs. Gonzales lost 5-2 to Christopher and beat Gilroy High by a 7-0 last Thursday on the Spartan tennis courts.
Track and field teams from Gonzales and Soledad competed in a cluster meet at Pacific Grove and the Greenfield and King City teams completed in a cluster meet at Carmel on March 29.
Track and field teams from Gonzales, Greenfield and King City traveled to meets in Castroville and Pacific Grove this past weekend to complete the Easter break.
Gonzales High School placed seven football players on the Pacific Coast Athletic League’s Santa Lucia Division All-League first-team, while Greenfield High Bruins had three players chosen first-team offense and one player voted first-team for defense.
For the first time in school history, the Soledad High School frosh-soph girls track and field team won the Mission Trail Athletic League championship.
San Ardo Boxing Club member Kevin Perez was the headliner at the Battle of the Coast Boxing Show that took place in the Kennedy Fitness Club on Saturday, June 10.
The Fairview Middle School Warrior Wrestling team completed the season by participating in the Coastal Counties League Championship on Saturday at El Sausal Middle School in Salinas.
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.