The Coast Union High School volleyball team will host a CIF-Southern Section Division 7 playoff game Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018, after the team locked up a Coast Valley League championship with a 12-0 record.
The Coast Union High School football team beat Maricopa 104-0 in the Coast Valley League opener for both teams Friday night in Cambria. Fresman tailback Emi Pena led the way with six touchdowns for the Broncos.
Coast Union High School girls tennis coach Shannon Sutherland has 14 players on the roster, and she references her team as in a “building season” because many of them “just learned how to hold a racket.”
The Coast Union High School volleyball team is doing in 2018 what it does with great regularity — dominating the Coast Valley League (CVL). The Broncos have a 6-0 record (second-place Shandon was 5-2) in the CVL entering the week of Sept. 24.
The Coast Union Broncos football team from Cambria, CA, lost 59-23 to Laton High School in the San Joaquin Valley on Friday, September 7, falling to 0-2 on the year. But the team is making improvements.
The opening of the 2018 season did not go well for the Coast Union High School football team. The Broncos were blanked 41-0 by Riverdale Christian Academy on Saturday in the scorching 93-degree heat in the San Joaquin Valley.
Cambria resident Darius Kaviani, a tennis coach from California’s Central Valley, is officiating in the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows, New York, for the 15th time. The referee is first scheduled for Tuesday night.