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April 12, 2024

Football: Anzar sticks to its strengths

For the third straight season, the Anzar High football team has started the year with a roster of 30 players or more. That's actually not too shabby for an 8-man football team. The Hawks play their season opener on Saturday at Fresno Christian, and coach Frank Reyes believes he’s got quality talent in those numbers.

Girls Soccer: Anzar duo knows how to score

Before the start of a match against York on Jan. 8, Anzar High senior forward Charlene Tomasini approached teammate Ronnee Davis and asked her if she was ready to play forward. Davis was thinking, ‘Say what?’

Angelina Tran, Victoria Flores provide inspiration for Anzar High cross country team

With one of the smallest enrollments in the Central Coast Section and lacking the resources many small private schools possess, Anzar High will always have the uplifting Little Engine That Could-type storyline.  Such was the case with the Hawks girls cross country team this season,...

Anzar boys basketball takes flight, wins league championship and a CCS playoff game

It’s been quite a journey for the Anzar High boys basketball team. Three years ago, the Hawks won just two games.  The following year, they didn’t even take the court due to Covid. But last season was the start of Anzar’s revival. It finished 12-2...

Anzar looks to make CCS playoffs

After opening the season with a 15-0 loss to North Monterey County, the Anzar High boys soccer team had nowhere to go but up. And that’s exactly what the Hawks have done. Anzar entered the week with a 6-1-1 record in the Mission Trail...

Anzar looks strong six games in

It’s been a season of maturing for the Anzar High football team. After a tough start to the season—where injuries played a big factor—the Hawks are soaring. They improved to 3-3 overall and 1-0 in the 8-man Pacific Coast League after an impressive 44-20...

Anzar graduates show their wild sides

At Anzar High School, beneath the shade of a sparkly orange mortarboard with a drawing of Frida Kahlo, San Juan Bautista resident Adeline Martinez prepared to graduate.

Anzar has reasons to be optimistic

Skylar Seyffert had just started responding to a question from a reporter when one of her teammates came up to her to say a couple of poignant words. The two embraced in a hug as tears welled in their eyes. That picture captured the...

Hawks aspire to revitalize football program

Anzar High football head coach Greg Brazil has high hopes to break expectations this upcoming season because for better or worse—usually for worse—they have always had a reputation in the Pacific Coast Athletic League as the low man on the totem pole. Some would even...

Anzar earns CCS playoff win

Members of the Anzar High boys basketball team—all seven of them—drove in separate cars to San Jose Tuesday for their Central Coast Section Division V playoff opener against St. Thomas More. What many high school sports teams take for granted—being able to use a...

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