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September 18, 2020

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Football: No Prune Bowl in 2013

At least for one year, the annual Prune Bowl between Gilroy High and San Benito High will be no more. For the first time since 1967, the Prune Bowl will not be held in the fall of 2013.

Football: Saturday’s game against Los Altos canceled

The Balers fourth and final non-league game has been canceled, San Benito athletic director Tod Thatcher announced Tuesday. San Benito was supposed to play Los Altos on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.

Baler Backers’ support continues to aid SBHS athletics in hard times

For the second time in three years, a possible large budget deficit at San Benito High might be lethal to the school’s athletic department, as athletic director Tod Thatcher and school leaders prepare for the results of November’s school bond proposals by the state.

SBHS: Equity league winter sports set for approval

The picture for next year’s equity league between the Monterey Bay and Tri-County Athletic League is beginning to take shape as next year’s temporary league structure for winter sports awaits approval in an April 13 meeting, San Benito’s athletic director Tod Thatcher confirmed Thursday.

Pride 2012: Once a Baler, Always a Baler

This and other local features will appear in the special "Pride & Promise" section with Tuesday's edition of the Hollister Free Lance.

Volleyball: Klauer resigns as boys coach

For the third time in four years, the San Benito boys volleyball team will change its coach.

Taking a stand on concussions

With national attention turned to head injuries in sports - specifically concussions - new California legislation that went into effect on Jan. 1 will further regulate how high schools protect their athletes' heads.