Aptos Fog Wins AAU Tourney

Aptos Fog Wins AAU Tourney

The Aptos Fog won the varsity boys division of the Each One, Teach One AAU Boys Basketball Tournament over the weekend. The Fog went 4-0 in the two-day tournament, defeating the SLV Redwoods 48-24, beating Each One, Teach One 82-39, winning over the San Jose Hornets 56-45, and edging the North County Magic 54-53 in […]

Aptos High Sport Hall of Fame Inducts Newest Class

Aptos High Sport Hall of Fame Inducts Newest Class

The standard of achievement for Aptos High athletics was set during the 1970s, with the example set by the breakthrough boys basketball team of 1972-73 and dedicated football coach Frank Lynch. Together with surfing legend Peter Mel, they form a special list of inductees into the Aptos High Sports Hall of Fame at the awards […]

The Emotion of Words

The Emotion of Words

Imagine Anika McPherson — 6th Grade  The warm breeze runs its fingers through the tall grass, Sunlight turns the pond surface to glass, The trees stand proud with bright leaves, This is the meadow that haunts my dreams. I wish I never have to leave, My beautiful world of flowers and trees. I love leaving […]

Mid-County High School Scoreboard

Mid-County High School Scoreboard

Baseball Soquel Season Record: (6-4-1, SCCAL 3-1) Soquel 3 – Santa Cruz 0 Soquel Scoring: WP Hunter Parkinson; Caleb Fidiam 1 for 3, 2 SBs, 2R; Fabiano Hale sac fly, RBI, Scotty Akrop 2B, RBI Harbor Season Record: (3-8, SCCAL 1-4) Scotts Valley 9 – Harbor 0 Softball Soquel Season Record: (13-1, SCCAL 5-0) Soquel […]

Aptos High School Scoreboard

Aptos High School Scoreboard

Softball Aptos Season Record (10-4-1, SCCAL 3-2) Summaries provided by Cynthia Getzschmann Aptos 10 – Santa Cruz 1 The Aptos Mariners Girls Varsity softball team had 10 runs in the 5th inning to win over Santa Cruz 11 to 1; the only run being unearned. Michelle Firebaugh threw a 1 hitter, struck out 4 and had […]

No April Fool’s Joke

No April Fool’s Joke

These are good reads for every taste … The Woman Who Wouldn’t Die – A Dr. Siri Mystery By Colin Cotterill Soho Crime. $25.95 (Rating-Very Good) If you enjoy exotic settings and characters that don’t travel the beaten path, you’ll love this thriller set in Laos and featuring Dr. Siri Paiboun, the country’s newly retired national […]

Fleet Feet Sports in Aptos

Fleet Feet Sports in Aptos

Center for walkers, joggers, and runners of all ability levels, shapes and sizes By Courtney Dimpel Locals Russ and Tina Coillot of Fleet Feet Sports in Aptos are passionate about the community of runners, joggers, and walkers that frequent their running shop, nestled in the Rancho Del Mar Shopping Center. One quick conversation with the […]

Judy’s Sewing Center

Judy’s Sewing Center

Sewing Machines • Vacuums • Fabric By Christa Martin When Judy’s Sewing Center moved from its old home in Scotts Valley to its new digs in Capitola in 2008, the store really took off. In addition to selling vacuums, sergers, and, of course, sewing machines, a big draw to the store became its extensive array […]

A.A. Safe & Security Company

A.A. Safe & Security Company

Security Solutions for Life By Colleen Hughes “Dedicated to an ever evolving industry of security solutions for the better good of our community and beyond.” What started as a key cutting and lock change store is now the largest security center on the central coast for all facets of your security needs. Established in 1956, […]