Articles Tagged With ‘Sports’

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Templeton football player’s family launches lawsuit

Isaac Lindsey

The family of Templeton High School football player Isaac Lindsey filed a lawsuit Friday against Templeton Unified School District and Riddell All-American Sports Corp. for failing to properly protect Isaac Lindsey. Lindsey suffered a brain injury during a game at... (Continue reading)

Santa Maria boxer wins first round at Rio Olympics

Carlos Balderas

Carlos Balderas of Santa Maria is one step closer in his quest for the gold at the Rio Olympics. Balderas won his first boxing match of the Olympics Saturday morning against Kazakhstan’s Berik Abdrakhmanov. In the second round, Balderas, 20, started... (Continue reading)

3 Arroyo Grande golfers heading to Kid’s Golf World Championships

Youth Golfers

Next month, three of Arroyo Grande’s top junior golfers will head to the U.S. Kids World Championships in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Elias Moncrief, 6, Shane Moncrief, 8, and Luke Montoya, 10, have qualified to compete in the world’s largest and... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles teen wins spot on California rodeo team

Rodeo LaRae Luis

A 9th grade student at Independence High School in Paso Robles qualified as a member of the California National High School Rodeo Team to compete in the World Championship High School National Finals. For the first time, in the 2015... (Continue reading)

Former Cal Poly star pitcher loses right eye

Matt Imhof

Former Cal Poly ace and current minor league pitcher, Matt Imhof, lost his right eye Tuesday, four days after a freak accident during a stretching exercise. It is unclear whether his baseball career will continue. The accident occurred on June... (Continue reading)

SLO High grad victorious in 24-hour motorsport race


San Luis Obispo High School grad Townsend Bell helped lead his racing team to victory over the weekend in one of motorsport’s most prestigious events, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The 24-hour race in France is the oldest active... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly football walk-on injured in pool accident

Jake Javier

Jake Javier, who was to walk on with the Cal Poly football team in the fall, was injured in a pool accident Thursday night, one day prior to his graduation from San Ramon Valley High School in Danville, according to... (Continue reading)

Meathead Movers hosting benefit for youth wrestlers


Meathead Movers, a local student athlete moving company, will match funds raised at a 10 all-star match wrestling event on June 6  at The Graduate in San Luis Obispo to benefit the sport of amateur wrestling. All of the proceeds... (Continue reading)

SLO High grad shines in Indy 500 trials

Townsend Bell

Townsend Bell, a 41-year-old San Luis Obispo High School grad, was the fastest Saturday in initial qualifying rounds for the Indy 500. By the end of the day, Bell finished fifth securing him a very good shot for a pole... (Continue reading)

SLO County golf course running a $500,000 deficit

Dairy Creek Golf Course

The recent drought coupled with state prison realignment is causing the Dairy Creek Golf Course at El Chorro Regional Park to turn brown. But, the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors is planning on injecting cash into the course... (Continue reading)

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