The Carmel HS boys lacrosse team traveled up to Menlo-Atherton HS for a match on April 6, 2017, and not only did everyone in attendance get to experience a great game, but outstanding sportsmanship exhibited as well. Click to read the full story.
The Central Coast Section has announced the 18 recipients of the CCS Scholar-Athlete Scholarships for the 2016-17 school year. These exceptional student-athletes were nominated by their schools and put forth to their leagues for selection. All recipients will be honored at the CCS Scholar-Athlete Awards Breakfast.
The CCS Girls Volleyball & Football finals will be aired online on the NFHS Network. Also, schools who have signed up for the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program are able to stream CCS playoff contests. Check the website to see which games are being broadcasted live.
The CIF Spirit of Sport Award recognizes student-athletes who have demonstrated the 16 principles of Pursuing Victory with Honor, are active in school and community service and exhibit leadership qualities. The principles of Pursuing Victory with Honor are the operating principles of the CIF and have been adopted by the 1,582 member high schools throughout the state.
Los Gatos traveled up to Menlo-Atherton high school for a non-league football game on Friday September 16, 2016. When the team and fans arrived, they received a warm welcome, and despite the outcome of the game, it was a great experience for all.
When the York School girls tennis team traveled to Oakwood for a tennis match, they were pleasantly surprised by the outstanding hospitality, and sportsmanship exhibited. Read more to see the coach's recap of their visit.
The Concussion Legacy Foundation has created the first ever national concussion education day, scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 13. On Team Up Day, millions of athletes will hear a speech from their coach, captain and medical team that encourages them to Team Up & Speak Up to Fight Concussions.
Concussion for Students, developed in Partnership with the Barrow Neurological Institute, has been designed specifically for students to inform them on how to identify, react to, and prevent concussions. It includes high school students and medical professionals discussing concussion.