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January 19, 2020

South County teams start season

Sportsmanship basketball games were played last week to kick of the season by the Soledad and Gonzales boys teams and the King City and Greenfield girls teams.

Mustang boys win track team title

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.

Local runners place at Salinas Valley Half Marathon and 5K race

Seven South County runners were among the top placers at Saturday’s Salinas Valley Half Marathon and 5K.

Spartans win pair from Trinity Christian

The Gonzales High Spartan baseball team completed a two-game series with the Trinity Christian Warriors with a 17-5 home victory on Friday.

Munoz makes return trip to State

King City High School distance runner Roman Munoz has qualified for his second State meet in track and field after finishing in the top third in the 1600 at Friday’s Central Coast Section Track and Field Championships at Gilroy High School.

Soledad wins 49-48 thriller over Breakers

Soledad senior guard Beto Trujillo hit a game-winning free-throw to send the Pacific Grove Breakers to their first Mission Trail Athletic League loss of the season.

Cougars beat Greenfield, 2-1

The Greenfield Bruin baseball team lost 2-1 in extra innings to the host Half Moon Bay Cougars on Saturday in a non-league game.

New ring in town

After months of waiting, the new King City Boxing Club opened its doors at the King City Recreation Department site at 411 Division St.

Aztecs fall to Panthers

A 35-14 loss to the ranked Antioch Panthers did not dampen the spirits of the Soledad Aztec football as they fell to 0-2 at the start on non-league play.

Aztecs end season with wins

Despite finishing with a league mark of 8-6 an overall record of 17-10, the Soledad High Lady Aztecs were unable to secure a Central Coast Section playoff berth.
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