Half Moon Bay Boys Varsity Football

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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,

Half Moon Bay High School Varsity Football beat Menlo-Atherton 28-10

Friday, October 20, 2017 7:30 PM Menlo-Atherton AWAY 10 Half Moon Bay High School HOME 28 Game Recap Behind 3 Chase Hofmann touchdowns the Cougars improve to 7-0 in a hard fought battle with Menlo Atherton at John Francis Field.

Half Moon Bay looks to reverse Bay Division history

History hasn’t been kind to Half Moon Bay’s football team when it enters the Bay Division of the Peninsula Athletic League. In three earlier moves up to the highest of three PAL divisions — 2012, 2006 and 2002 — the school of 950 students has gone a combined 2-13. But by early accounts, the 2017

Half Moon Bay High School Varsity Football beat Mills High School 62-0

Friday, September 22, 2017 7:30 PM Mills High School AWAY 0 Half Moon Bay High School HOME 62 Game Recap The Cougars improve to 5-0 on the season with a convincing 62-0 win at home against Mills High School. Dylan Williams had a night to remember returning a kick off for a touchdown as well

Half Moon Bay High School Varsity Football beat El Camino 56-0

Friday, September 15, 2017 7:30 PM Half Moon Bay High School AWAY 56 El Camino HOME 0 Game Recap With an overwhelming victory at El Camino High School, the Cougars improve to 4-0. Offense, defense, and special team were all excellent in the 56-0 victory.

Twenty-three players no problem for this team

By DARREN SABEDRA Half Moon Bay isn’t a big team. It just plays big. Last week, coach Keith Holden had 23 players in uniform for a road game at Palo Alto on one of the hottest days in years. The game was over in the first quarter. Just as the Cougars did a week earlier

Athlete of the Week: HMB’s Chase Hoffmann

The promise of this year’s annual rivalry “Skull Game” between Half Moon Bay and Terra Nova should have San Mateo County football fans elated. Both teams are in the upper Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division for the first time since 2012. Unlike that season, when Half Moon Bay fizzled to finish in last place, this