The Gonzales High School girls tennis team completed the non-league schedule last week with matches against the York School Falcons and the Everett Alvarez Eagles.
Natividad Medical Center from Salinas sent many doctors and interns to Gonzales High last Thursday and provided free sport physicals to the student athletes that will be participating in extra-curricular sports this year.
Road runners will be gathering at the Soledad Mission and on River Road in Gonzales on Saturday for the Salinas Valley Half Marathon and 5K.
With a handful of games remaining in the Mission Trail and Coastal League, South County boys and girls teams are playing hard for a shot at a league title or Central Coast Section Playoff spot.
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.
The newly formed Pacific Coast Athletic League (PCAL) has announced the divisions of play for next spring’s baseball, softball, tennis and track and field teams.
The beginning of March means baseball and softball teams at local high schools are finishing up non-league games and getting ready to start the league seasons.
Three local high school football teams will be in action on Friday at the start of the non-league schedule and one high school will be off to observe a bye week.
IMUA Elite 16 Jason, representing local-based elite travel volleyball club IMUA Volleyball Club, is headed to the USA Volleyball Girls’ Junior National Championships — formerly known as the USA Junior Olympics — this summer.
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.