Articles Tagged With ‘Sports’




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Paso Robles High parts ways with new football coach after first game

Just one game into the season and months after hiring him, Paso Robles High School is parting ways with its head football coach, Larry Grant, a former NFL linebacker. The Paso Robles Unified School District hired Grant following a months-long... (Continue reading)

Atascadero cyclist wins race from Canada to Mexico

An Atascadero man emerged victorious in a rough-terrain cycling race from Canada to a Mexican border town in New Mexico. Brian Lucido, 41, finished first on Saturday in the 2017 Tour Divide, an approximately 2,750 mile race. The mountainous route... (Continue reading)

Professional boxer stabs his parents in Santa Maria

A 21-year-old man who recently gave up a career as a professional boxer allegedly tried to stab both of his parents to death on a Santa Maria street last week. The parents suffered life-threatening stab wounds but survived. [KCOY] The... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay mountain climber dies on Mount Whitney

A Morro Bay man slipped and fell while climbing near the 14,494-foot peak of Mount Whitney last month. Jose “Ramiro” Leon Penloza, 29, died in the accident. On April 21, Penloza, an avid climber, was heading up Mount Whitney’s Mountaineer’s... (Continue reading)

Central Coast native Jordan Hasay finishes third in Boston Marathon

Arroyo Grande native and former Mission Prep track star Jordan Hasay made waves Sunday at the Boston Marathon. In the first marathon of her career, Hasay finished in third place among female runners with a time of 2:23:00. Hasay’s time... (Continue reading)

Former Cal Poly player joins the Lakers

A former Cal Poly basketball player, who grew up in Southern California rooting for the Los Angeles Lakers, is now a member of his favorite team. David Nwaba signed a 10-day contract with the Lakers, making him the first Cal... (Continue reading)

Star pitcher who lost eye retires, returns to Cal Poly

Seven months after losing his right eye in a freak accident involving an exercise band, former Cal Poly ace and minor league pitcher, Matt Imhof, announced he is retiring from baseball as a player and returning to school. Imhof says... (Continue reading)

Bishop Peak fall victim is Cal Poly student from Arroyo Grande

The man who fell nearly 30 feet around the top of Bishop Peak Thursday evening is Evan Lalanne, 18. Lalanne is a Cal Poly student and graduate of Arroyo Grande High School, where he was a star volleyball player. Lalanne suffered... (Continue reading)

Car slams into Nipomo High track shed

Shortly after students and faculty departed for Thanksgiving break, a driver crashed through a fence at the edge of the Nipomo High School parking lot, drove onto the school’s sports stadium complex and slammed into a shed containing track and... (Continue reading)

Templeton football player’s family launches lawsuit

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)



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