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September 19, 2020

Despite loss, Balers remember special moments

San Benito High girls basketball coach Mitch Burley summed it up best after the Haybalers' loss to No. 11 seed Los Altos...

Servin makes impact on and off the field

Erik Servin's greatest contribution to the San Benito High boys soccer team has nothing to do with anything on the field. While...

Nunez, Torng epitomize Balers’ wrestling

When Ricardo Nunez was cut from the soccer team in his freshman year, it came as a shock. After all, the San...

Balers focus on process, growth

The San Benito High girls soccer team had just taken a 4-0 drubbing at the hands of Pioneer High last Friday when...

The Balers’ Sepulveda rises to the top

San Benito High senior Savannah Sepulveda was a newcomer to the sport of wrestling two years ago when she faced Monterey High's...

Spring sports season is officially done

It's official: the 2019 high school spring sports season is over. Last Friday, the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) decided to cancel section,...

Dickens plays the game the right way

San Benito High junior Kaiya Dickens set out specific goals for the 2019-2020 basketball season. One of them was to draw a...

Haybalers off to a fast start

Jay Trejo is one of the more underrated players in the Pacific Coast League—and that's just fine by her. The San Benito...

Aranda a rarity in today’s era

In the ever-increasing age of sports specialization, Marcus Aranda represents a time of a bygone era when athletes played three different sports...

Anzar cross country, volleyball thrives

The Anzar High boys cross country team didn’t pick a great time to have a subpar performance—on the day of the Pacific...