Aptos High senior Hunter Matys made his trip to the CIF State Track and Field Championships a memorable one by medaling in the long jump event on Saturday.
Aptos High had four players recognized for first team honors at last week’s Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League coaches’ all-league voting meeting.
The Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title wasn’t on the line, the Cardinals already had that wrapped up, but the Mariners were on a quest to spoil a perfect season in league play for their longtime adversary.
To say Aptos High senior Hunter Matys was on top of his game at the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League boys track and field championships would probably a real understatement.
Nikki Hiltz made her first-ever trip to Boston to compete at the Boston Athletic Association Invitational Mile on April 13 and did what she’s been doing throughout her prestigious running career.
he Aptos High baseball team continues to stay on pace at making another postseason run into the Central Coast Section playoffs.
After two long weeks of losing, the Cabrillo College baseball team finally found the winning formula again.
The Mariners were also hoping the Toreadores would take their foot off the pedal a bit after. That wasn’t the case either.
Top-seeded Aptos won its second Central Coast Section Division III crown in the last three years, and the Mariners made it look easy with a 58-37 redemption win over No. 2 South San Francisco on Feb. 23 at Palo Alto High.
No. 2 Aptos will play top-seeded Monterey for the Central Coast Section Division III championship at Palo Alto High.