Aptos High Football: Mariners have eyes set on 4th consecutive SCCAL ... - Register Pajaronian ... league title, dominated their way through the section playoffs to a ... can be something else, or we could be an ordinary football team.” ... 08/8/2014 - 1:09 pm | View Link
News and Notes: Realignment won’t make many ripples locally - Clovis News Journal ... probably won’t affect teams in football that ... now in the district) made the playoffs last ... serving as the athletic director at CCS. ... 08/6/2014 - 11:21 am | View Link
Area football teams set to start practice on Monday - Clovis News Journal ... and ousted in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs by top-seeded ... CCS goes across the state line for its Aug. 28 opener against Marfa, ... 08/2/2014 - 2:05 pm | View Link
CCS football playoffs: St. Francis aims to slow down Paly's Chryst Things were bound to get tougher for top-seeded St. Francis-Mountain View as it advanced deeper into the Central Coast Section Div. II football playoffs. In tonight's semifinal against No. 5 Palo Alto, the host Lancers must find a way to slow Stanford ... 11/28/2013 - 2:27 pm | View Link
CCS Football — 8 burning questions to start the postseason There is only one certainty about Friday’s start to the Central Coast Section football playoffs. After tonight, the eight-team field of San Mateo County teams vying for a CCS trophy will be down to seven — that’s because two of the Peninsula Athletic ... 11/21/2013 - 10:58 pm | View Link
WCAL is league to beat in CCS playoffs From a hospital bed and minus a gall bladder, here is a breakdown of the Central Coast Section football playoffs, which get under way Friday. None of the predicted winners is too galling. Groan. Open Division: Top seed Terra Nova-Pacifica (10-0 ... 11/20/2013 - 1:27 pm | View Link
Alvarez named No. 1 seed for CCS football playoffs Eight local coaches are viewing film in preparation for the first round of the Central Coast Section divisional football playoffs. Among the eight county teams in the playoffs, two are new to the dance — Alvarez and North Salinas. The Eagles' record ... 11/18/2013 - 5:41 am | View Link
Football: Leland coach talks about decision to step down and more on CCS playoffs “One of my responsibilities as the football coach at Leland High School is that Pat Tillman’s legacy is never ... ended with an opening-round loss to Aragon in the CCS Division II playoffs. On his Facebook page, Carrozzo wrote, “Tough day today. 11/29/2012 - 6:59 am | View Link
Register-Pajaronian news information happenings ... Prep Football: Second Ron Myers era begins with strong line, defensive tweaks WATSONVILLE -- The Watsonville High football team will look extremely different from ... 09/1/2014 - 11:54 am | View Website
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BuccsFootball.com Comprehensive high school sports website featuring the Covington Buccaneers of Covington High School in Ohio. 09/1/2014 - 3:33 am | View Website
Football Football Coaches: School: Coach: Cape Fear: Jacob Thomas: Douglas Byrd: Scott Barbour: E.E. Smith: Ernest King 08/31/2014 - 9:49 pm | View Website
CCS FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS CCS Playoff Policy--for all sports; 2014 Football Bylaws (under review) Current year's football tournament bylaws developed by the CCS Football ... 08/31/2014 - 10:01 am | View Website
Just as 143 games had not been enough to separate the River Cats and Reno Aces in their Pacific Coast League division race, neither were the first nine innings of Monday’s do-or-die affair at Raley Field.
River Cats centerfielder Shane Peterson slides safely into third base at the bottom of the seventh inning during Monday’s loss to the Reno Aces.
River Cats pitcher Arnold Leon (24) embraces manager Steve Scarsone at the top of the sixth inning during Monday’s game.
The Reno Aces celebrate after beating the Sacramento River Cats 2-1 to win the North Division title and advance to the playoffs on Monday, Sept.
The Seattle Mariners have as little patience for Jesus Montero as he does for ice cream sandwiches and suspended the troubled catcher for the rest of the season over his role in an altercation with a team scout last week.