When the University of Hawaii played a three-game set against Cal Poly on April 5-6, the Mustangs intentionally walked Callee Heen a couple of times. Truth be told, Heen would’ve rather had the opportunity to take the...
It wasn’t that long ago—three years in fact—when Jackson Pace was playing for the Hollister American Little League All Star teams that went a combined 22-0 in district play. Even then, Pace didn’t know if he would...
It’s only appropriate Dillon Engler competes in the 110- and 300-meter hurdle events. Off the track, the San Benito High senior has had to overcome some sizeable obstacles to get to this point, a breakout season that...
Brennan Ventura and Chad Champion first started playing basketball together before making the transition to another sport on the hardwood—volleyball. Now in the twilight of their high school careers, the San Benito High seniors are cherishing every...
When Julia Woeste suffered a broken wrist at the start of the season, the San Benito High softball team faced a dire prospect: It was suddenly without its top pitcher. In the world of competitive softball, a...
The San Benito High baseball team has a term for hustling on every single play, especially running from base to base: hard 90s. in the high school game, hustling sometimes makes the difference between winning and losing....
The San Benito High lacrosse program is in its fifth year as a program, looking to take that next step into league championship title contention. “I’d say in three years they’ll be able...
When San Benito High senior Railyn King decided to play on the field hockey team in her freshman year, her intent was to earn a scholarship to play in college. It was a pretty lofty goal considering...
The 2018 season was a breakthrough for Adrian Acevedo, who won a couple of matches in the league tournament and played the best tennis of his career. Now in his senior season, the San Benito High ace...
In the fall, Elizabeth Fleming had quite the workload. The San Benito High senior met swim teammate Jaya Waller for 5:30 a.m. workouts at San Benito Aquatics two to three times a week, had school during the...

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All it took was 15 seconds on Oct. 17, 1989 at 5:04 p.m. to forever alter the course of California’s future.

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The ground shook and buildings fell

Nearly 30 years ago, on Oct. 17, 1989, the Masonic Temple clock tower in Hollister was frozen at 5:04 pm, the exact...