In the final tune-up before the start of non-league play, South County high school football teams took the field last Friday at the South County Jamboree, hosted by Soledad High School at the Gene Martin Stadium.
Weeks of training will be put to the test on Friday as football teams from King City, Greenfield, Gonzales and host Soledad High suit up for the South County Jamboree.
The South Valley Stealth (SVS) Softball program completed the summer season with great results and great community support.
Seven South County runners were among the top placers at Saturday’s Salinas Valley Half Marathon and 5K.
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.
South County’s first-ever traveling soccer team was honored by the City of Soledad on July 11 during its regular council meeting.
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.
Three of the Soledad High School baseball team MTAL champions were recognized by the City Council along with their Coach Damien Ryan and Athletic Director Brian Vazquez on June 6.
King City graduate Megan Flores and Soledad High graduate Aaron Rodriguez were chosen by the Monterey County Herald as its 2017-2018 Athletes of the Year.
Mission Trail Athletic League baseball champion Soledad High earned the top individual awards for the league with the Most Valuable Player in Isaac Lopez and the Pitcher of the Year with Andru Holguin.