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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.
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.
For as long as he could remember leading up to his freshman year at San Benito High, Jacob Tonascia was going to be a football and baseball player.
Two games into the Palma Luis A. Scattini Memorial Tournament, the San Benito boys basketball team has quickly validated its 9-1 start as no fluke.
This and other local features will appear in the special "Pride & Promise" section with Tuesday's edition of the Hollister Free Lance.
Driving to the basket, San Benito guard Jordan Belton was aiming to start his third playoff game — and first this year — off on the right foot. But despite head coach David Kaplansky’s warnings, Belton never expected to run into a six-foot, seven-inch center.
The San Benito boys basketball team learned it would enter the Central Coast Section Division I playoffs as the third seed Sunday morning.
Basketball is a game of runs, and Friday night, Palma's one run was enough to hold off San Benito 52-44 in a battle for sole possession of first place in the Tri-County Athletic League.
After going into halftime with a slim three-point lead over Gilroy, San Benito head coach David Kaplansky knew his team needed to change their style of play.
The San Benito wrestling squad used six pins to squeak out a 39-37 dual-meet victory over Salinas on Thursday.
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