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St. Bernard girls out to upset the oddsThe St. Bernard girls have played with a relentless intensity this postseason, and that something they need once again in tonight NorCal second round matchup at Woodside Priory in Portola Valley. The Panthers come into the showdown as favorites after winning their second straight Central Coast Section crown a week ago and earning the top seed in the Division IV NorCal bracket. They also have experience on their side, with nine of the players.By Ray HamillTrack and fieldHurst places 20th in New YorkFortuna Katie Hurst competed at the Indoor National High School Championships Friday night, placing 20th in the high jump. Competing against the best jumpers from throughout North America, Hurst jumped 5 feet 5 at the meet, held in New York. The junior standout had not jumped competitively since June and was competing against many athletes who were coming off an indoor season. Her mark was below her personal best of 5 9. The Lumberjacks will compete today and Sunday against top NCAA Division I, II and III competition, including Sacramento State, University of Portland, St. Mary College,
UC San Diego and Mills College at Lake Natoma today. Originally scheduled to begin today, the Corsairs three game stand with Siskiyous will now go ahead on Sunday and Monday. needed another day for the field to dry out, head coach Brad Morgan said. be ready to go by Sunday. The outfield a little wet.By Ray HamillPutting Humboldt State football on the mapThe name Alex Cappa should serve as a rallying cry for Humboldt State football right now, and his recent rise to prominence couldn have come at a better time for the troubled program. After all, how many Division II schools on the West Coast or anywhere can legitimately tell potential recruits, if you play for us you could be picked in the top three rounds of the NFL draft. Bernard moving on in NorCalsA memorable postseason run will continue for two local high school teams this weekend, while a third gets to reflect on its remarkable achievements. Both the Eureka and St. Bernard girls won their first round NorCal Tournament matchups on Wednesday, moving into the elite eight of their respective brackets. In Division 2, No. 2 seed Eureka comfortably took care of Granite Bay 63 43 and will now play No. While in.By Ray HamillLoggers ease their way past Granite BayDefense paved the way for the Loggers in their first round Norcal tournament win over visiting Granite Bay Wednesday night. The No. 2 seed Eureka High girls (25 6) yielded just nine points to No. 15 seed Granite Bay (20 10) in the first quarter en route to a 63 43 victory. was a sloppy win, said Eureka head coach Clifford Napoleon. had to make a lot of adjustments,
but we got it done. Eureka starting point guard Dorshaela.