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    Pacific Grove girls’ golf team continue their hot streak at Poppy Hills

    Varsity boys run past Greenfield

    Girls’ tennis team loses back to back

    Pacific Grove girls’ golf team win their second match in a row

    Breakers girls’ tennis team gets shut out at home

    Breakers varsity girls’ volleyball team improves to (1-2)

    Breakers girls’ tennis team plays well in practice match

    Grant recipients receive a collective total of $230,000 from the Big Sur International Marathon

    Five Pacific Grove sailboat racers compete in Larchmont, NY at the 2014 Shields Class National Championship

    Pacific Grove girls’ golf team improves to 2-1

    Breakers girls’ tennis team plays well in practice match

    Coppla and the Breakers go to 2-0 after strong second half

    Beating Monte Vista Christian 20-14 Read more…»

    Local woman, Ita Patilat earns title of Grand Master while competing in the World Masters Weightlifting Championships

    Girl’s golf takes a team approach

    Leach and the Breakers run over Watsonville: First game, first win

    Breakers football squad wants The Shoe and the CCS championship

    Breakers girls tennis squad getting ready to compete

    Breakers varsity girls’ volleyball team falls to Monterey High 9/4/14

    Breakers girls’ varsity volleyball team building a winning program

    MTAL Trials Results

    Finals set for Friday, May 16 at 3 PM


    Peninsula track Meet Results

    Multiple event winners:

    Mikayla Revera, Catalina  100, 200, 400, 4 x 4
    Lizzy Tardieu, Catalina, 800, 1600, 4 x 4
    Ashten Nguyen, Catalina, HH, LH
    Nicole Trenchard, Pacific Collegiate, DT, PV (pole vault 12-1, new stadium record)
    Zack Miller, PG, 100, 200
    Ryan Ixtlahuac York 800 4 x 4
    Nick Lombardi Carmel,  LJ, HJ
    Full results at http://www.cedarstreettimes.com/newpdf/peninsularesults
    and team scores for multiple dual meets at http://www.cedarstreettimes.com/newpdf/peninsulascores

    Pacific Grove High’s 20th Annual Youth Basketball Camp

    The camp will focus on basketball skill development,sportsmanship and fun. Skill development will focus on improving ball handling, passing, and shooting.Players will be divided into age appropriate groups and will be instructed by Varsity Boys Basketball Coach DanPowers, his staff, and players.

    Registration forms are available at our website, www.breakerbasketball.org


    Session I :

    Ages:Boys & girls, Grades 6-8

    Day/Time:June 2–5, Mon.–Thurs.,1:00pm-4:00pm

    Fee:$100, (includes a Camp T-Shirt and a Ball!)

    Location:Pacific Grove High School Gym

    Register:Contact Coach Powers, 646-6590

    (ext. 284) or email: dpowers@pgusd.org


    Session II:

    Ages:Boys & girls, Grades 1-5

    Day/Time: June 9 – 12, Mon. – Thurs., 1:00pm-4:00pm

    Fee: $100, (includes a Camp T-Shirt and a Ball!)

    Location:Pacific Grove High School Gym


    Contact Coach Powers,

    646-6590 (ext. 284)

    or email: dpowers@pgusd.org


    2014 Rotary Invitational Results

    Saturday’s 46th Annual Rotary Track and Field Invitational featured 18 meet records and 12 stadium records, among them a meet and stadium record in girls varsity 100 meter dash by local sprinter, freshman Mikayla Revera of Santa Catalina. Twenty-four schools participated in the meet. Full results at www.cedarstreettimes.com/newpdf/2014rotaryinvite.htm

    Pacific Grove elementary schools in top 5 at JUST RUN! 

    Thirty-five hundred participants from 35 Monterey County schools took part in the Big Sur Marathon’s fun run Saturday morning.   The JUST RUN! Just Kids 3K (or approximately 2 mile) race took place along Ocean View Blvd. in Pacific Grove. Read more…»

    Breakers results from North Salinas Invitational

    Breakers results from North Salinas Invitational: One-two finish in girls varsity 3200 meter run, Michelle Watkins (school record 11:54.73), followed by Kaitlin Alt.
    Cayla Whiteside 4th place girls varsity 800 meter run.
    Zack Miller double winner, frosh soph boys long jump and 100 meter dash.
    Next up for the Breakers vs. King City and Carmel in King City, Thursday, April 10. Thank you, Steve Watkins

    Three Breakers Make All-County Team (and rightfully so!)

    Wow! Jake Speed voted 2013 Offensive Player of the Year! Joining him on the All-County Team are Luke Lowell, QB and Zach Brown, Lineman. The gentlemen were honored by the City Council Wed. night. There’s a great story in the Californian by George Watkins:

    Breakers’ Bowl Hopes Dashed

    I made dozens of Facebook posts and Tweets last night and was answered and followed by hundreds of Breakers fans, eager to hear the results and unable to go to the CCS Div. IV Championship game between the Pacific Grove Breakers and the Sacred Heart Prep Gators. To a person, they are supportive of the team and proud of them. It was a good one, but the Breakers went down to a powerhouse Sacred Heart team 56-21. Their ground-pounding style of play was more than our high-flying style could conquer.

    Breakers v. Gators 12-7-13Peter Nichols photo

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    CCS Playoff: Pacific Grove 77 – Carmel 53

    Photos by Peter Nichols

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    What Shoe?

    cover photoBreakers varsity squad celebrates a record-breaking win (77-53) over Carmel in the CCS Div. IV playoffs Friday, Nov. 29. Next up: Championship game against Sacred Heart Prep-Atherton on Dec. 6 at Independence High in San Jose. And who knows? Win that one, and the Breakers “stand a very good chance of being invited to the CIF (California Interscholastic Federation) Regional Bowl game, according to Mark Tennis of Cal-Hi Sports. CIF indicates they do not know where the game would be played, pending the outcome of Friday’s game.

    (Photo by Peter Nichols)

    Big Leagues for Little Ol’ Us!

    CCS (Steve Filios) advises that the championship game this Saturday, Dec. 7 at 7:00 PM will be streamed live via


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