Sebastian Baez is truly an all-around athlete. He was honored at the Galt High School graduation ceremony when it was announced that he is the Male Athlete of the Year.
Martinez will be continuing her soccer career at Briar Cliff University in the fall. Briar Cliff is a NAIA division private liberal arts university in Sioux City, Iowa.
Kaya Weaver, with parents Keesha and Matt Weaver, signs her letter of intent to play volleyball for the University of Texas at El Paso in the fall. UTEP is a Division 1 NCAA team and has a very successful volleyball program that is strongly supported by the residenys of El Paso.
The Galt Youth Baseball and Softball (GYB) 8U girls All-Stars faced 20 teams from Northern California in their first tournament ever. The Stars of Cordova Tournament was held June 4-5.
Liberty Ranch took second in league this season while Galt High took third. James Brown was named defensive MVP along with all-league. Four other Hawk teammates were named all-league: Maximus Adversalo, Brett Hughes, Luke Manning and Hunter Maberto. The Galt Warriors were allotted three all-…
Katie Schwarze is the ninth athlete at Liberty Ranch to sign her letter of intent to play her sport at a university in the fall. All nine of those seniors that signed this year happened to be females.
Presley Fitzgerald signs her letter of intent to play stunt at William Jessup University while her family, Heather, Scott, Payten and Parker Fitzgerald, beam proudly.
Isabella Felix is a tall quiet young woman who also happens to be Liberty Ranch’s valedictorian this year. It is not often that you find a sports standout who is also number one in their class, but Felix has it all.
Maximus Adversalo, a sport triple threat was chosen as Liberty Ranch’s male athlete of the year. He was a football standout where he was team captain for two years and brought up to varsity squad sophomore year. He was a starter junior and senior year. Adversalo also played soccer his sophom…
On Saturday, May 21, members of the Liberty Ranch Athletic Boosters hosted the annual 5K Run/Walk for the Hawks. This was a fundraiser fund for $1,000 scholarships that are awarded to graduating senior athletes from Liberty Ranch each year.
Galt softball coach Mikka Alvarez, a Galt High alum, puts her whole heart into coaching. This year it paid off with a win against Liberty Ranch for the first time in years. While Liberty Ranch won league, Galt dealt them their only loss the whole season. Galt High finished third in league wi…
Both Liberty Ranch and Galt High Schools finished off their track season with lots of athletes competing at Section Finals at Weston Ranch High School. Those who qualified moved on to compete at the Masters meet in Davis.
Galt had already beat Calaveras in its first playoff game of the series, so this was do or die for Calaveras. The game was close, each team not scoring in the first few innings.
Galt High School loaded up Warrior gymnasium last Wednesday night to celebrate all the spring sports. The spring teams include baseball, track & field, tennis, stunt, swim, softball and golf. Each coach was given the opportunity to call their team down and talk about each member’s accomp…
Mason Jones signs his letter of intent for Track and Field at Gardner-Webb University with his parents Cheryl and Josh Jones, siblings Micah and Morgan, and grandparents Dennis and Debbie Williams.
Having placed third in league, Galt baseball just barely made it into the playoffs. Now, we seem to have a “Cinderella Story” as the Warriors just keep getting better and better.
The season started off rough for the Warriors with mostly losses. They were 0-8 in league when something clicked, and the boys finished with a huge winning streak, according to coach Don McCoy.
Liberty Ranch tennis had an extremely successful season garnering the league championship with an impressive 10-0 record. They faced West Campus in the playoffs and were eliminated 3 wins to 6 losses when the afternoon was over.
It comes down to the League Tournament for golf and, on a very windy day, the Liberty Ranch men’s golf took second place. After that, they move on to Divisionals in Merced.
Liberty Ranch soccer and track standout Kaytlynn Staley will be heading to Union University in Jackson, Tennessee to continue her soccer career. Union University is a private Christian university with about 3,000 students. Staley played varsity soccer all four years at Liberty Ranch where sh…
The Hawks started off their last home game with gusto when they scored three runs in the first inning and the Diamond Backs were not able to answer. In fact, Union Mine didn’t have one answer all night as the Hawks beat them 7-0 securing their league title.
With Hawk football coach and athletic director Anthony Linebaugh taking a new position in Southern California, offense line coach Warren Schroeder has been named the new Hawk Head Coach.
Warrior softball faced Rosemont for the third time this season and lost 9-2 despite a valiant effort. The Warriors left a lot of runners on base missing vital opportunities to score.
The third and final faceoff between Galt High and Liberty Ranch baseball ended with a different result for the Warriors. The Warriors playing at home, started a rally that the Hawks were not able to answer, and the final score was Galt 5, Liberty Ranch 1.
There will be a new football coach on the gridiron at Galt High School next year. Mervin Brookins has accepted the position as head coach and is already meeting and working with prospective players.
Hawk baseball kept busy over Spring Break by hosting a tournament at Galt Community Park. The Easter Tournament also kept parents busy volunteering to cook, run the snack bar, keeping score and various other details needed to host events.
Hundreds of Galt children practice and play baseball and softball games almost every night of the week. The teams range in age from 5 to 15 years old. It is a big undertaking to make this happen and the many volunteers do it for the love of the game.
Liberty Ranch Stunt continues to dominate the league with a record of 10-0. There is a battle for second place between Union Mine, McNair and Lodi, with three games left to play.
The Warriors hosted the Hawks at home for their second tennis face-off of the season. Liberty Ranch won the day 7-2, but everyone enjoyed a friendly day of competition. The Hawks are holding onto their first-place lead in league, while Galt High is ranked a respectable third.
The Warriors came to play the Hawks last week knowing they were the only team in their league that had a chance to beat them. They had played them once already this season and lost a nail biter 4-3.