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November 29, 2020

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SBHS Class of 2012: ‘The world is not ending – we’re...

See an expanded story on the San Benito, San Andreas and Anzar high school graduations – along with other profiles – on June 19.

Tennis: CCS berth swept away

San Benito senior Kyle Skinner waited nearly four years to experience a team-based tennis playoffs. This year, thanks to a perfect 10-0 record inside the Tri-County Athletic League’s Mountain Division, Skinner and the Balers accomplished that goal.

Tennis: San Benito stays undefeated

Behind three singles victories, the San Benito tennis team stayed undefeated in the Tri-County Athletic season with a 5-2 win over Alvarez.

Roundup: San Benito overwhelms Christopher in the pool

As a lead up to their showdown with Salinas on Friday, the San Benito boys and girls swim teams dispatched Christopher easily Wednesday.

Tennis: Balers take aim at TCAL title with victories over Palma,...

San Benito No. 1 tennis player Kyle Skinner spent all of Tuesday not feeling his greatest — he wasn’t sick, but he was worried.

Roundup: Tonascia, Ocampo lift Balers over Palma

The San Benito baseball team pulled into a first-place tie with Palma after beating the Chieftains 4-1 Thursday.

Tennis: Balers have sights on league championship

For the third time in this four years as a San Benito tennis player, Kyle Skinner will find himself alone on the tennis court with his opponent.

Roundup: Tennis team ends week with close loss to Carmel

The San Benito tennis team finished its week Friday with a 4-3 loss to Carmel. No. 1 player Kyle Skinner lost his match to Carmel’s Nick Gurnfanu in straight sets 6-3, 6-4. No. 2 player Geoff Muzik Laos lost in straight sets 6-2, 6-3.

High school sees electoral college in action

ASB hosts annual convention to elect new officers