Scotts Valley co-captain Jordin Carlson heads the ball away from Harbor defender Jillian Aban on Thursday. (Shmuel Thaler/Sentinel)
Scotts Valley's Ranae Maloney, right, fights off the defense of Harbor High freshman Kaitlin Deluchi to kick the ball downfield for the Falcons. (Shmuel Thaler/Sentinel)
Bud Cunmmings's garden is a triumph of hard work over blackberry vines, papmas grass and poison oak. (Bill Lovejoy/Sentinel)
Bud Cummings in his garden near the harbor. (Bill Lovejoy/Sentinel)
Arana Creek number six flows over the hand placed rocks in Bud Cummings' garden. (Bill Lovejoy/Sentinel)
Bud Cummings and his labor of love. (Bill Lovejoy/Sentinel)
Bud Cummings's garden is a triumph of hard work over blackberry vines, papmas grass and poison oak. (Bill Lovejoy/Sentinel)
Stand-up paddlers cruise under the sun into Santa Cruz Harbor Monday, as temperature neared the 80 degrees bar. But the weekend heat wave is over, the National Weather Service said. Tuesday should see patchy fog coming in before 11am. The weather should then be cloudy, before gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a high near 70.
A wave crashes around the lighthouse at Santa Cruz harbor Saturday afternoon as an earthquake-powered surge pushed into the harbor. (Jenn Ireland/Sentinel)
Watch reader-submitted video of the weekend tsunami surge.