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Gilroy High coach’s instructional hoops league now accepting
sign-ups
The Instructional Basketball League is now accepting
applications for boys and girls ages 8-14 and of all skill levels
who are interested in learning the fundamentals of the game. The
sessions will run Sunday afternoons from April 3- May 8 and will be
held at Gilroy High School.
Gilroy High coach’s instructional hoops league now accepting sign-ups

The Instructional Basketball League is now accepting applications for boys and girls ages 8-14 and of all skill levels who are interested in learning the fundamentals of the game. The sessions will run Sunday afternoons from April 3- May 8 and will be held at Gilroy High School. Participants will be lead by high school coaches and varsity players. Sessions run for an hour-and-a-half, divided between instruction and competition. The cost is $125 per participant and checks should be made payable to Bud Ogden IBL and include the child’s name. Players receive tee-shirts and shorts.

For more information, contact Bud Ogden at 398-1381 or e-mail at [email protected]

Gilroy Bowl tourney, results

Gilroy Bowl will be hosting its 34th annual Gilroy Bowl Ladies’ House Tournament from March 19-27.

For details call 842-5100.

Here are the high scratch scores at the bowling alley for the past two weeks:

Name High game Series

MEN

Scott Kawano 247 693

Bak Sakai 251 667

Allan Fong 244 669

Joe Rizzuto 279 664

Larry Gallego 270 658

Jess Salazar 258 275

Jim Wood 255 690

Marty Martenson 277 639

Dusty Lester 248 660

Del Corral 244 679

Roy Bravo 266 650

WOMEN

Peggy Scudera 277 592

Kathy Bennelt 212 569

Hinomi Sakai 212 569

Joline Furuya 225 564

Betty Masuen 225 614

Carmen Billencourt 268 596

JUNIORS

Alex Ayala, Jr. 211 592

Colton Minyand 193 508

SENIORS

Paul Casillas 221 555

Milored Laird 200 471

Betty Harvey 230 ––

Youth Basketball League round-up

summaries of Feb. 28 games:

3/4 Boys

Hawks 22, Gremlins 18

Ben Troini (H) 6 pts. Takoda Bowers (G) 10 pts.

Spurs 24, Kings 20

Ryan Fredricks (Spurs) 6 pts. Patrock Valdez (Kings) 11pts.

Gym Rats 23, Kings 16

Shawn Lopez (Gym Rats) 8 pts. Jacob Guerra (Kings) 13 pts.

3/4 Girls

Blue Thunder 16, Hot Shots 13

Hanna Tabron (Blue Thunder) 10 pts, Amber Gamboa (Hot Shots) 11 pts

Polar Bears 16, Warriors 7

5/6 Boys

Magic 28, Celtics 13

Ronnie Short, Dietrich Baumgartner (Magic) 8 pts. Stefan Mercer 4 pts.

Purple Team 25, Trojans 23

Darryl Campos (Purple Team) 8 pts. Bret Newton (Trojans) 8 pts.

Mavericks 32, Cyclones 8

Brian Tapparo (Mavericks) 8 pts. Brandon Irby (Cyclones) 4 pts.

5/6 Girls

Sparks 22, Hot Shots 6

Ashlee W. (Sparks) 8 pts, Jessyka Quisuino and Lindsey Cabreros (Hot Shots) 2pts

Mustangs 34, Titans 19

Kaylana Mah (Mustangs) 14 pts. Sephanie (Titans) 12 pts.

Rapters 15, Fearless Monkeys 6

Leah Ailes (Rapt.) 8 pts. Damornay Granado 4 pts.

7/8 Boys

Spurs 28, Lakers 14

Sean Hall (Spurs) 18 pts. Raul Quintanar, Jose Gamboa (Lakers) 4 pts.

7/8 Girls

Fab Five 34, Warriors 16

Rebekah Komar (Fab Five) 14, Jennifer Rose (Warriors) 8

Celtics 32, Marshmellows 17

Kristy Pineda (Celtics) 10 pts. Angel Senior (Marshmellows) 8

9/10 Boys

Trojans 48, Hawks 30

Victor Rodriguez (Trojans) 19 pts (two 3pointers), Jesse Chaves (Hawks) 13 pts.

Summaries of Saturday, March 5 GAMES

3/4 Boys

Hawks 26, Spurs 24

Manuel Mendoza (Hawks) 9 pts. Zack Loo (Spurs) 8 pts.

Gym Rats 36, Warriors 16

Patrick Valdez (Gym Rats) 10 pts., Shawn (Warriors) 10 pts.

Gremlins 21, Kings 10

Takuda Bowers (Gremlins) 12pts., Jacob Guerra (Kings) 6 pts.

3/4 Girls

Hot Shots 17, Warriors 4

Megan Nebesnick (Hot Shots) 8 pts., Alexandra Kachm, Mariesa Mazzone (Warriors) 2 pts.

Blue Thunder 15, Polar Bears 14

Hanna Tabcon (Blue Thunder) 12 pts., Jamie Lenz (Polar Bears) 10 pts.

5/6 Boys

Magic 20, Cyclones 17

Jordan Suniga, Dietrich Baumgartner (Magic) 6 pts., Troy Charvet (Cyclones) 13 pts.

Mavericks 35, Trojans 19

Ryan Orosco (Mavericks) 10pts., Brad Sigl (Trojans) 10 pts.

Purple Team 24, Celtics 15

Ian King (Purple Team) 10 pts., Ryan Alba (Celtics) 7 pts.

5/6 Girls

Fearless Monkeys 23, Hot Shots 18

Damornay Granada (Fearless Monkeys) 8 pts., Emily Costa (Hot Shots) 6 pts.

Raptors 18, Mustangs 14

Erin Chisolm, Alex Rose, Dani Hemeon (Raptors) 6 pts., Francesca (Mustangs) 4 pts.

Titans 18, Sparks 12

Lauren Bertero, Stephani Lopez (Titans) 8 pts., Ashlee W. (Sparks) 10 pts.

7/8 Boys

Lakers 42, Spurs 37

Raul Quintinar (Lakers) 11 pts., Sean Hale (Spurs) 17 pts.

7/8 Girls

Celtics 23, Fab Five 19

Kristy Pineda (Celtics) 7 pts., Samira Jabr, Rebekah Komar, Elizabeth Komar (Fab Five) 4 pts

Warriors 29, Marshmellows 20

Jennifer Rose (Warriors) 9 pts., Angel Senor (Marshmellows) 8 pts.

9/10/11 Boys

Wolves 45, Hawks 35

Frankie Themasetti (Wolves) 17 pts., Jesse Chavez (Hawks) 17 pts. (two 3pointers)

Adult Volleyball Results

Misfits 15, 13, 10; Bumpers 7, 15, 4

Western Tree 16, 15; Yowza 14, 6

Two Drink Min 15, 7, 9; 2 Inch Verts 7, 15, 8

Former ‘Stang named to CCB Hall

Former GHS basketball star Rae-Anne Yip will be named to the Community College basketball hall of fame this weekend in San Diego. There’s the CC tourney finals and an induction ceremony. Yip played at Foothill College under Coach Gina Johnson, who nominated her. Johnson is now at San Joaquin Delta.

Morgan Hill AAUW Wildflower Run

The 22nd annual American Association of University Women (AAUW) Wildflower Run will be held on Sunday, April 17, starting at Live Oak High School, 1505 E. Main Ave. Registration begins at 7:30am. The 2K kids’ run (12 and under) starts off at 8:30am. The 10K run (USATF certified) will get started at 9am. The 5K run/walk will start at 9:15am.

Wendy, 778-3924, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.aauwmorganhill.org.

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