The San Benito girls basketball team moved into a tie with Seaside for third place in the Monterey Bay League’s Gabilan Division on Tuesday, defeating the Spartans 52-47 in Hollister.
Through 20 games, the San Benito boys basketball team has proven to be the best team in the Monterey Bay League’s Gabilan Division. And in Hollister on Wednesday, the Balers showed exactly why.
For only the second time this year, the San Benito girls basketball team won consecutive league games, as the Balers dominated Salinas on Tuesday 46-25.
Through nearly 20 games, the San Benito boys basketball team has still yet to show any signs of slowing down from its torrid pace. The Balers won again Friday, defeating Monterey 45-42 on the road to move to 17-2 overall.
Despite 16 points from Denise Martinez, the San Benito girls basketball team dropped its second consecutive Monterey Bay League tilt Tuesday, falling 46-42 to Seaside.
In a game where the San Benito boys basketball team only trailed at its outset, Monday’s Monterey Bay League tilt between Seaside and the Balers was anything but one-sided.
Behind 20 points from Hyram Miskin and a strong defense, the San Benito boys basketball team improved to 2-0 inside the Monterey Bay League’s Gabilan Division on Wednesday with a 42-26 win over Salinas.
Despite losing three players to foul trouble and two to previous injuries, the San Benito girls basketball team escaped Tuesday with a thrilling come-from-behind 66-65 victory over Salinas in double overtime.
The San Benito boys basketball team opened the season’s league play Friday with a 62-56 victory over Monterey.
Basketball history has never served the Anzar High girls basketball team very well. Only twice in its history has Anzar been crowned a league champion - the 2008-09 and 2007-08 seasons.