Tag: tri-county athletic league
After an unexpected bye week when last week’s game with Los Altos was canceled, the Balers (1-2) return to the field Friday against a familiar foe - Salinas.
Led by a pair of juniors and a new head coach, the 2011 San Benito girls golf came up just short of a Tri-County Athletic League championship and a berth in the state championship.
Behind a team of juniors and no seniors, the San Benito girls tennis team surprised the Tri-County Athletic League and finished in second place last fall. A year later, in the Gabilan Division of the new Monterey Bay League, expectations are sky high for the Balers.
Coming off a second-place finish in the final season inside the Tri-County Athletic League last year, the San Benito girls tennis squad returned to the court Tuesday, losing to Carmel 6-1.
Coming off a second-place finish last fall in the final year of the Tri-County Athletic League, the San Benito High girls volleyball team brings seven returning seniors and high expectations into the new year in the Monterey Bay League.
It was always a dream to play Division I football for San Benito High alumnus Ryan DiSalvo. After a summer of workouts, the San Jose State freshman will get that chance this fall.
Nine months removed from a shutout loss to Archbishop Mitty in the first round of the Central Coast Section Open Division playoffs, the San Benito Balers’ 2012 football team is ready to wash away that bad taste from their collective mouths.
With less than a week of practices under their belt - including two double day practices - the San Benito football team is slowly building to the team that it hopes can defend its Tri-County Athletic League title in the new Monterey Bay League this fall.
One year ago, this was not supposed to happen.
A little more than two months after the San Benito High softball team clinched a seventh-consecutive Central Coast Section title, starting pitcher Megan Sabbatini was named to ESPN RISE Cal-Hi Sports Second Team All-State team as a pitcher.