This year there was no final home game for that presentation to the seniors because in March, the rest of the Saints' 2020 season, along with everyone else's, was scrubbed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pioneer Valley softball coach Kristina Sewell saw to it that her seven seniors got some recognition.
Wednesday night, she gave each of the seven their own drive through parade at each of their homes. The seven seniors on the Pioneer Valley softball squad are Leticia Perez, Serenity O'Nan, Monique Gomez, Lisette Guzman, Breanna Galaites, Gizelle Melero and Amanda Casares.
Garces earned the honor by a vote of the sports staff at the Santa Maria Times, Lompoc Record and Santa Ynez Valley News.
Lisa Boyer’s debut as the head coach of the Santa Ynez High School Pirates girls’ water polo team was a big success.
First-year runner Izzy Wasserman and veteran Cresencio Chavez each ran to an individual championship and Nipomo swept the varsity team titles at the Ocean League Cross Country Finals Wednesday.
Senior Night was a happy start to the Santa Ynez Pirates’ week when the Pirates swept the Lompoc Braves 3-0.
Thursday is here, that means we have made it over the hump and are moving toward the weekend. Be sure to check out our events page for ideas and directions to great things to do on the Central Coast, but to get ready for the rest of your Thursday read this collection of our top headlines.
Football is, by far, the most popular high school sport in California.
But, according to a report released by the CIF, participation in the sport is dropping across the state.
It's affecting the Lompoc Valley, as LHS may not field a JV team.
Righetti's Ryan Delgado has made his college choice.
After more than 10 years of coaching high school football at the 11-man level, Gabe Espinoza is about to start his first campaign as an 8-man …
LONATO del GARDA, Italy – Solvang’s Ashley Carroll became the first U.S. female shooter to win a world trap championship since 1999, a result …
Hancock men's basketball summer youth clinic
Work hard, play harder. That’s the mantra — the guiding philosophy of the Santa Ynez High Pirates’ boys basketball program. Under head coach Ray Vazquez and assistant coach Manny Molera, the Pirates are already working hard to get ready for the 2019-20 season.
With the retirement of longtime head coach Jonathan Osborne, Cabrillo High School is seeking a new varsity head coach. Candidates interested in applying for the position should contact Cabrillo Athletics to pick up an application and be considered for an interview.
The Santa Ynez Pirates girls volleyball team didn’t get an invitation to the playoff party.
One of the oldest rivalries in local high school football resumes Friday night at Santa Ynez High when the Pirates host the Carpinteria Warriors in the 68th ‘Warrior Spirit Never Dies and Pirate Pride’ game. Santa Ynez High School plans to keep its winning streak alive. Carpinteria High aims to break its losing streak and put some big numbers on the scoreboard.
Ken Fredrickson took his 19 years of experience as athletic director with him when he retired over the summer.
Girls’ water polo coaches needed
Girls’ water polo coaches needed
The Pioneer Valley football team has some valuable skill position players on offense returning for the 2017 campaign.