Category Archives: Sports

Chemistry: an area to watch for both CHS soccer teams

When asked to name the integral part of a great team, every person will give a different answer: Some will say hard work, some will say talent, some will say…

Auger treads water polo team past MTAL championships to CCS

During his eighth grade year, Kevan Auger almost made the 15U Olympic Development Program National Water Polo Team and was an alternate. In a sea of 6-foot-5-inch, 220 pound players,…

Injury inspires varsity pitcher to pursue new interests

Pop. While on the mound last year, Wesley Noble felt a sensation that no athlete ever wants to experience: the feeling of his elbow giving way. After two more games…

Competition horse rider barrel-races to success

Junior Jordan Thompson has been competing since June in barrel racing, pole bending, quad rangle, hurry scurry and so much more at the Gymkhana events in Salinas. Riding horses is…

Sports Illustrated writer helps coach middle school teams

For local Sports Illustrated writer Alan Shipnuck, playing 18 holes with Stephen Curry one day and then helping out on the Carmel Middle School soccer field the next is the…

New coach maintains high hopes for upcoming soccer season

After seven years of coaching the Carmel High varsity girls’ soccer team, Whitney Grummon has stepped down from that position, leaving newcomer Mucho Pefok to fill her cleats. It came…

Shoe Game loss still most rewarding part of PG experience

Pacific Grove students have never been known for their optimism. That may be why a recent survey shows that P.G. students count the recent Shoe Game loss as one of…

Sanctuary Rock Gym prepares for bouldering competition

As the weekend approaches, many go out to enjoy a night out with friends or are putting off homework until the last possible minute; however, some are preparing for an…

Possible link between artificial turf and cancer risks investigated

If there is a possibility that playing the sport you love could cause serious health issues, would you continue to play? Although no direct correlation between high school athletes playing…

Led by a balanced offensive attack, Padre football primed for another deep postseason run

After losing the starting quarterback and The Monterey Herald’s Male Athlete of the Year, it would not be out of the ordinary for a Carmel Padres fan to expect a…