Tommy Hernandez wanted to keep the game as close as possible.
Since the Hollister Free Wheelers’ inception 18 years ago, three players—Luis Garcia and brothers Chad and Shane Arzie—are still with the team today.
Before the season started, San Benito High football coach Chris Cameron expressed his usual concerns about the team. But he had particular questions about the offensive line, calling it “the weakness of the team right now” two weeks before the season-opener.
The Anzar High football team entered the 2015 season with a couple of goals in mind, including finishing games off strong. In last Friday’s 34-22 win over East Palo Alto Phoenix Academy, the Hawks did just that. Anzar (2-2, 0-1 Mission Trail 8-man league) outscored East Palo Alto 14-0 in the fourth quarter to win going away.
Andrew Barragan has rarely met a challenge he didn’t like. On Thursday, he was given a monumental one as he was named the new softball coach at San Benito High. The Haybalers softball juggernaut won nine Central Coast Section Division I championships under former coach Scott Smith, who was not retained this past season after 14 years on the job.
Whether she’s running at practice or competing in a meet, San Benito High freshman sensation Marisa Villegas hears the same thing.
Ryan Bernal doesn’t know how long he’ll continue his racing career.
The San Benito High football team couldn’t have entered its bye week at a more opportune time.
The Hollister Volleyball Club made an impact at last week’s tournaments held at San Benito High School and North Salinas. The Impact’s 14-3 team took first place in the NCVA Pacific District Silver Division tournament, advancing to the gold division for the last league tournament before regional finals.
Alex Frank is going to be one busy man for the next couple of months.