Half Moon Bay Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 14 - 1
  • Conference Record: 5 - 0

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Dias leaves lasting legacy

By Sara Hayden Many people simply know him as “Coach D,” and more than a few know him as the closest thing they have to a father. This is Don Dias, a self-proclaimed “old war horse.” After 42 years of coaching football – at least 30 of which have been in Half Moon Bay –

HMB heartbreaker, but what an unforgettable season

CHULA VISTA — The term “leaving it all on the field” in the world of sports is a commonplace saying. The Half Moon Bay Cougars, even in a losing effort, personified the figure of speech as well as any team could have. Half Moon Bay (14-1 overall) came up on the short end of a 44-42

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The cast is off and, for the first time since the regular season, Half Moon Bay senior Chase Hofmann is ready to play with two good hands. The Cougars’ leading rusher and arguably an even more devastating force as a defensive back, Hofmann suffered a fracture of the second metacarpal in his right hand colliding

CCS football playoffs: Half Moon Bay rolls to Open III title

REDWOOD CITY — Upon first glance at the Half Moon Bay football team’s depth chart, one might not think much of Dylan Williams Listed as the team’s kicker at 5-foot-9, 155 pounds, Williams lacks the typical build of a playmaker, but his coaches insist he’s as electric as they come. The senior’s versatility helped the

HMB heading to third straight CCS title game

By Terry Bernal Oh, lawdy! Half Moon Bay and Terra Nova are playing for the ’ship. Despite winning back-to-back Central Coast Section Division V championships, the Half Moon Bay Cougars had something to prove in 2017. And so far they’ve passed every passed every test with flying colors — from winning the Peninsula Athletic League Bay

HMB too much for Burlingame

By Terry Bernal The Cougars’ postseason match has begun. After running the table for 10 straight wins in the regular season, the No. 1-seed Half Moon Bay Cougars (11-0 overall) kept rolling with a 38-20 win over No. 8 Burlingame (6-5) at home Friday night in the Central Coast Section Open Division III opener. It