Lompoc’s very own Julian Araujo keeps making waves on the pitch, and Wednesday, in an ESPN article, it stated Araujo is keeping the door open of a switch from the United States National Team to Mexico’s National Team.
Summer vacation may be winding down for students and athletes on the Central Coast but Next Level 805 Basketball is continuing to polish skills for all hoopers heading back to school.
The Mustang Beach Volleyball Complex will feature five regulation-size NCAA beach volleyball courts, seating for up to 250 spectators, a state-of-the-art LED video scoreboard that will be positioned on the south side of Mott Athletics Center, lights around the facility, and an outdoor shower.
The San Luis Obispo Blues baseball team topped the California Expos in its season finale, 8-5, on Friday night at Sinsheimer Park.
The Five Cities 14U youth baseball team suffered its first loss of the Babe Ruth Pacific Southwest Regional in a rematch of the 2018 championship with Iolani, Hawaii, 2-0 on Wednesday night at Soto Sports Complex in Arroyo Grande.
The Five Cities 14U youth baseball team blanked South Reno (NV), 11-0 in five innings, on the second day of the Babe Ruth Pacific Southwest Regional at the Soto Sports Complex in Arroyo Grande.
The Five Cities 14U youth baseball team defeated South Utah, 8-1, in their first game of the Babe Ruth Pacific Southwest Regional tournament Monday night at Soto Sports Complex in Arroyo Grande.
Imagine winning a national championship, graduating from college, and undergoing open-heart surgery all within the span of two weeks. For Orcutt native Stevie Wisz, that journey was a reality.
The San Luis Obispo Blues baseball team dropped its CCL matchup with Orange County, 5-1, on Friday night at Sinsheimer Park.
The San Luis Obispo Blues baseball team was defeated by rival Santa Barbara Foresters, 11-7, in a CCL battle Thursday night at Sinsheimer Park.
The SLO 10U All-Stars defeated Guam, 10-1, Tuesday morning in the second of three pool play games at the Cal Ripken Pacific Southwest Regional Tournament in Honolulu, HI.
The Cal Poly baseball team faces a daunting task opening the 2020 season next February.
Cal Poly was selected to finish ninth in both the coaches and media polls. The Mustangs, who rebounded from a 1-10 campaign in 2017 to finish 5-6 a year ago, was picked to finish 10th (coaches) and 11th (media) a year ago and won three of their last four contests to place in a tie for sixth with Montana.
The San Luis Obispo Blues baseball team returned from the All-Star break and defeated MLB Academy Barons, 11-1, Friday night at Sinsheimer Park.
Friends of Ryan Teixeira (FORT) was created by a group of Ryan’s lifelong Arroyo Grande buddies and teammates a year and a half ago. This weekend at the Pismo Beach Sports Complex, FORT is hosting its inaugural FORT Baseball Classic with all proceeds to be used for future community events.
The Cal Poly beach volleyball program made history in 2019 by making its first NCAA Championship. This week, more history was made as the university broke ground on a beach volleyball complex on campus.
Joey Ruddell of Morro Bay High School captured the 2019 USATF Region 16 Junior Olympic Championships high jump title with a height of 6’8″ last weekend at Modesto Junior College in Modesto.
In this chapter of Chance’s Champs, meet the 2019 Tai Chi Instructor of the Year Dana Charvet.
Scores from Day 3 of the 2019 Central Coast Firecracker Classic.
After a runner-up finish in the 2019 Central California Cal Ripken State Tournament in Clovis, CA June 24-29, the San Luis Obispo 10U All-Stars qualified for the Pacific Southwest Regional Tournament.