Vo's Little Pros
11-year-old Sophia Merz is the number one ranked beginner novice junior rider in the United States
Morro Bay High School freshman Johnathan Riley is an impressive athlete. He golfs, plays baseball, and is a stellar wrestler all while managing type 1 diabetes.
Here are the top three most viewed Vo’s Little Pros of 2018
A pair of Central Coast teams is fundraising for student-athletes survivors from Paradise High School affected by the Camp Fire
The Magnificent 7 rodeo team recently hosted the Mid-State Classic High School Rodeo in Paso Robles
The Santa Maria Cross Country team turned its program to one of the best in the county over the past few years.
Morro Bay High School Surfing Team is gearing up for its season with the first competition taking place at The Rock on October 21.
Eight-year-old Junior Olympic swimmer Trevor Bell is making a splash on the Central Coast despite having only on leg.
The 13U Five Cities Babe Ruth All-Stars team is playing in the Pacific Southwest Regional Championship this week in Surprise, Arizona.
12U Central Coast Waves from Paso Robes is gearing up for the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame Invitational Tournament.
Special Olympics Young Athletes is a sport and play program for children with and without intellectual disabilities ages 2 to 7 years old.
Atascadero High School hosted its inaugural Unified Special Olympics track and field meet last Friday.
15-year-old Bella Otter’s passion for archery has grown from recreational to taking second at a prestigious international competition.
Nipomo High School dual-athlete Mackenzie Bland learned about her Raynaud’s disease diagnosis six months ago.
17-year-old San Luis Obispo High School junior Brooks Lee continues to live out the Lee legacy by committing to play for his father, Cal Poly head baseball coach, Larry Lee.