The track and field season ended at the Central Coast Section finals for Pablo Villasenor of Gonzales, Noora Hautamaki of Soledad, and Dylan Oliveros of King City.
The Soledad High varsity softball team had 1-2 record last week as they defeated visiting Robert Louis Stevenson by an 18-8 score, lost 17-2 on the field to the Carmel Padres, and lost to the Padres a few days later because of a forfeit.
South County high school athletic teams began observing “dead week” this past Sunday and athletes will have no contact with their coaches until July 30. Football, cross country and volleyball teams will resume regular practice after that date.
Soledad senior guard Beto Tinajero scored in double figures in three straight games as the Soledad High boys basketball team went 2-1 in the Central Coast Section Division III Playoffs.
With the high school football season under two months away, local teams are preparing for fall games with weight lifting, overall conditioning, and taking part in seven-on-seven football games.
The high school football season began last Friday at Dick Force Stadium in Gonzales with the South County Football Jamboree.
The Greenfield boys cross country team placed second in the Central Coast Division III championships on Saturday to earn a trip to the State Meet.
Angel Olivas scored on a 22-yard pass reception to complete a 24-17 comeback win for the Soledad High Aztecs over the visiting Alisal High Trojans.
Fort Hunter Liggett hosted its first Wildfire Triathlon this past Saturday, with 40 participants completing the 1/4-mile swim, 12-mile bike ride and 5K run.
The Gonzales High Spartan baseball team completed a two-game series with the Trinity Christian Warriors with a 17-5 home victory on Friday.