Coming into this week, the Coast Union softball team leads the Coast Valley League with a 3-0 record. Win No. 3 came against Maricopa; Coast scored 10 runs in the first inning and never looked back, winning 23-6.
The Cambria Reds are no longer a Little League baseball team. Instead, the youth baseball program will compete in Coach-Pitch, a version of the sport that features a pitching machine and no scorekeeping.
Coast Union High School's baseball and softball teams rebounded from tough nonleague seasons to win their first two outings in Coast Valley League play, beating Valley Christian Academy and Shandon by lopsided scores.
Coast Union math teacher Andrew Crosby has two new assignments, taking over as athletic director and head football coach following the retirement of Ron Garcia, who served in both those roles this year.
A local group seeking permission to build a swimming pool complex on the Coast Union High School campus is nearing approval of nonprofit status and wants a letter of support for the project from the school district.
Coast Union High School was without two of its pitchers during the Atascadero Easter Baseball Classic, and the Broncos suffered as a result, losing all four games in the run-up to Coast Valley League play.
Coast Union pitchers allowed 14 runs in losses to Dunn School and Dublin High School sandwiched around a 5-1 setback against King City in Cambria as the Broncos continued their nonleague baseball schedule.
King City's softball team cruised to a 14-0 victory over Coast Union in a nonleague high school game on the Cambria campus Friday, March 30, 2018. Coast Union's Broncos fell to 1-6 overall on the season.
Rain canceled baseball, softball and tennis contests for Coast Union High School on the week of March 19, 2018, but sunshine has returned, and action is scheduled to resume this week in all three sports.