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February 21, 2019
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Cougars fought and lost hard Heart break for Cougars Gryphons advance to semi-finals After the last game of the season Credo out on the road next week Tech High Seniors honored Titans secure division win! Rancho Senior Varsity and Coach Hotaling Seawolves earn team ethics and sportsmanship award Wait, I have it! “To be a Cougar, you have to have a heart of a Warrior” Technology High Shots don’t win the game Credo/Technology volley ball Cardenas makes good use of errors Honoring Tech High Lady Titans 24-hours of Lemons at Sonoma Raceway Titans lose to Wildcats INDYCAR Showcase Honoring Tech High Lady Titans Phan, player of the year Rancho Cotate High School Getting better all the time Youth tennis camp is huge success Lacrosse holds free clinic Sept. 21 Advancing to the next round Anudokem leaps for the basket Technology High Cougars lose grip in final minutes 39 years for championship Panthers trounce Cougars A collision bound to happen Not where I wanted it Warriors struggled during semi-finals Warriors and All Star Blue RC Girls’ basketball won invitational Rancho NBL Redwood Champions RC Cougar fan facing surgery receives outpouring of support Heading for a goal Seschin and Curry watch with interest Scott goes up for a shot Roseland beats Tech High Titans Pumas defeat Cougars Parking lot rally brings families together A nice tight race Nguyen shows thanks Worden lays it up Finished up with a win Rancho graduate signs with Holy Names University Laughlin makes a diving save Senior night for the volleyball team Playing the last home game Excitement for new football season  Cougars triumph over Vikings Cougars overcome Pumas Gray battles to the hoop Move aside Man of Steel, we’ve got Ironman: Ironman triathlon returns to Sonoma County Getting it over the net Kuhlman watches the orb sail Lady Titan’s vs St. Helena Royals win bronze Cougar Ladies dominated First year gymnasts come in third Going for a goal Misi ready for the big hit Great job Lady Titans Sandoval scores against Piner Roby goes high Cougar win breaks 39-year dry spell Hayes comes in first Titan’s vs. Anderson Valley Balint, pitcher for the U of Oregon signing autographs Cougars finish season with a win Local playing with Ducks Northern California locals round out SCCA Championship Runoffs Rancho girls beat El Molino Credo stumbles in overtime Cross country standouts Mata player of the match 8th Annual John’s march against Stomach Cancer Cougars rain on Lobos’ parade Scoring the final goal Tech High started a blaze Cougars march toward playoffs Coyotes bring down Titans RCHS girls’ basketball team honored their seniors Healdsburg takes the win Hayman flips it up Exhibition match brings out the stars Lambrecht puts on pressure Cougars' winning streak continues Tomales defeats Tech High Roseland Beats Tech High Cougars remain undefeated Rancho alumnus signs with New York Red Bulls Wildcats beat Cougars Martinez has a powerful kick Tech High doesn’t have enough steam Alfaro makes a hit

Seawolves bow out in round 1 of NCAAs

November 23, 2018

Facing #16 Western Washington in the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament for the second time in as many seasons, the Seawolves proved unable to beat the Vikings in their postseason rematch, falling 1-0 and ending their postseason run in the first round.

“My time here was great. We actually made it to the tournament all four years, so that was good. I was injured this year, so this was only my fifth game back playing as a senior so that was a little rough. But everything I’ve learned here on and off the field is just amazing. I would not want to be a part of another program. This is the program I wanted to be [in] and we really had the opportunity and the chance every year. It falls our way sometimes and sometimes doesn’t. This year was a year of adapting to a lot of things you wouldn’t have expected to have happen, and we did it for the most part, most of the season, but sometimes it just runs out. I’m thankful that my team was able to get me to the post season and that I was able to participate in games like this.”