Half Moon Bay Boys Junior Varsity Football

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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

Half Moon Bay football adjusts perfectly to PAL’s top league

By Mitch Stephens Of the 88 teams alive in the North Coast, Central Coast and Oakland section football playoffs, nine have perfect records. Of those — Encinal-Alameda (11-0), Milpitas (10-0), McClymonds-Oakland (10-0), Half Moon Bay (10-0) and Marin Catholic-Kentfield (9-0) — are from the Metro Area. From those, none has been more impressive than 16th-ranked Half

Half Moon Bay: A perfect 10

By Nathan Mollat Things were just a little off for the Half Moon Bay football team as it traveled to Atherton to face off against Sacred Heart Prep in the regular-season finale. This was that Week 7 matchup that was postponed because of the Northern California wildfires. It was also one of those rare afternoon

High school football: Half Moon Bay edges Aragon, stays perfect

In matchup of 7-0 teams, Half Moon Bay dials up big plays on its way to another victory By DARREN SABEDRA SAN MATEO — In a matchup between teams closing in on a perfect regular season, Half Moon Bay found a big play seemingly every time it needed one Friday nigh Chase Hofmann ran 90

Half Moon Bay High School Varsity Football beat Aragon High School 21-14

Friday, October 27, 2017 7:30 PM Half Moon Bay High School AWAY 21 Aragon High School HOME 14 Game Recap The Cougars came out on top in a close battle vs the Aragon Dons. Gavin Tomberlin threw two touchdown passes and Chase Hofmann had a long run for a touchdown. Behind a tough defensive effort

Athlete of the Week; Dylan Williams: More than a kicker for HMB:

By Nathan Mollat Daily Journal Staff Dylan Williams can thank a shoulder injury for reshaping his high school career. And he couldn’t be happier. That glee shows on the football field for Half Moon Bay. Nominally known as a kicker, Williams is showing that he is a complete football player. In the Cougars’ 28-10 win

High school football: Half Moon Bay stays perfect

By DARREN SABEDRA HALF MOON BAY — Before the game Friday night, Half Moon Bay honored its 21 seniors, a special class that has won two Central Coast Section championships and has its sights on one more. The run of success elevated the program at the small coastal school into a top-tier league this season,