Santa Clara Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Santa Clara, CA
  • Friday | via Inside Bay Area 

    High school roundup: Serra beats St. Francis 6-0 as ...

    The Serra baseball team has won four in a row and pitching has been the big reason. The Padres have allowed only five runs over those four games and the best outing of the bunch was turned in Friday by junior right-hander Christopher Apecechea, who tossed a three-hit shutout.


  • Friday | via Paradise Post 

    Baseball: Wilcox edges Los Gatos; Serra beats St. Fr...

    Now that was some afternoon of high school baseball.Glenn Reeves was at Serra's 6-0 victory over St. Francis and will have coverage of that game and others later this evening.Bottom line: Two league races had what amounted to a few turns of the wrench and now are air tight as the season turns for home.Two days after Los Gatos improved to 20-1 with a 3-0 win at home over Wilcox, Wilcox earned the split with a 4-3 victory at home Friday over Los Gatos.The result left each team with 10-2 records in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division with two games to go."


  • Wednesday Apr 22 | via Vallejo Times-Herald 

    Darren Sabedra: Los Gatos baseball team improves to ...

    Two moments were all it really took Wednesday to show why the Los Gatos baseball team has lost just once this season through 21 games. Playing on its home field against an opponent that began the day tied for first in the league standings, Los Gatos got a defensive gem from shortstop Matt Wilcox to begin the game and a base-clearing, two-out double from Harry Hibberd in the second when it looked as if Los Gatos might squander loading the bases with none out.


  • Wednesday Apr 22 | via Saratoga News 

    Saratoga: Falcons sweep Spartans to remain in race

    Spring break can affect different teams in different ways. Sometimes the week off can end a baseball team's winning edge, but it can also give a team new life.


  • Wednesday Apr 22 | via Saratoga News 

    Saratoga: Tough week for Falcons in softball league ...

    Talk about a hard luck week! The Saratoga girls softball team allowed just five runs in three league games last week, but the Falcons lost all three. Saratoga slipped to 1-4 in the De Anza Division of the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League after losing three heartbreakers--2-1 to Los Altos, 2-1 to Gunn and 1-0 to Milpitas.


  • Wednesday Apr 22 | via The Campbell Reporter 

    Los Gatos: Wildcats sweep Paly to hold onto first place

    By Friday evening, Los Gatos baseball coach Nate Anderson and his Wildcats are going to know a lot about the championship race in the De Anza Division of the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League, and there could be three different scenarios. One thing is certain: The Wildcats will finish division play in a two-game series with winless Mountain View.


  • Monday Apr 20 | via Marin Independent Journal 

    High school roundup: St. Francis tops Mitty in WCAL ...

    Jeremy Ydens wanted to get his curveball over for strikes Friday. For much of the afternoon, the St. Francis junior did just that and a little more.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via Cupertino Courier 

    Cupertino and Sunnyvale: Mats Nordby, Kumaraguru com...

    As a junior on last year's varsity, Kevin Nordby cobbled together an impressive season on the pitching mound at Monta Vista, winning five of seven decisions and posting a glittering 1.44 earned run average. But heading into last week's start against Fremont, Nordby's senior season had not gone nearly as well.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via Los Gatos Weekly-Times 

    Two more victories for streaking Wildcats

    If it seems like it's been a long time since the Los Gatos baseball team last suffered a defeat, the reason is simple: It has been a long time. The Wildcats' last loss--and only loss of the year to date--came back on March 11 when they lost a 2-1 heartbreaker to Milpitas.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via San Jose Mercury News 

    Cupertino and Sunnyvale: Defense lets down Cupertino...

    If not for the errors of its way, Cupertino's softball team might have beaten the surging Monta Vista Matadors last week. Ordinarily, the seven runs the Pioneers managed to put on the scoreboard might have been enough to win most of its games this year.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via Palo Alto Weekly 

    Stanford men extend tennis winning streak with win o...

    First-year Stanford men's tennis coach Paul Goldstein never thought about the possibility of a conference title. In fact, he never thought about setting performance goals.


Santa Clara High Schools

Adrian Wilcox High (3250 Monroe Street)
New Valley Continuation High (1875 Lawrence Road)
Santa Clara High (3000 Benton Street)