GILROY – Cliff Dennett poured in 22 points Monday as Hard Ninety
began the second half of Men’s D Basketball League action with a
57-40 nod over South Valley Disposal at Solorsano Gymnasium.
GILROY – Cliff Dennett poured in 22 points Monday as Hard Ninety began the second half of Men’s D Basketball League action with a 57-40 nod over South Valley Disposal at Solorsano Gymnasium.
Frank Tomasetti slashed to 16 points and Robert Mercado made three three-point field goals on the way to 11 points for Hard Ninety. Donnie Gooding paced the South Valley Disposal offense with 14 points.
Jiffy Lube is 7-0 for the season after a 70-51 victory over Gamers In Control.
Ron Colman Jr. topped a trio of shooters in double figures by hustling to 16 points for the winners. Robert Otis delivered 13 points, center JT Tipton 12.
Anthony Werner popped in five 3-pointers and led Gamers In Control with 23 points. Eric Gebhardt added 11 points to the Gamers offense.
Vince Bautista exploded for 22 points as Shake N Bake, the first-half DD champion, made a successful D debut by stopping Intero 70-43.
Tucker Baksa contributed 19 points, Mitch Mezzetti 12 to the Shake N Bake effort. Miguel Gilliard converted seven 3-pointers in a 23-point showing for Intero. Marcos Barbosa netted 14 Intero points.
The Gilroy Bulls opened the second half of DD League with a 54-50 squeaker over the Warriors Wednesday at Solorsano Gym.
Hector Salgado scored 12 of his game-high 16 points in the first half as the Gilroy Bulls stayed in contention, trailing 30-20 at the intermission. Theo Syddall came off the bench to produce eight points in the second half as the Bulls rallied to take the lead in the closing minutes.
Eric Whalen tossed in 10 points for the Bulls. Mike Vanni struck for 14 points, Robert Silvia 13 and Adolfo Tellez 12 for the Warriors.
Morgan Hill Garage Door used 16 points from point guard Sig Reynisson to trim Crunch Time 56-49.
Alexis Rivas popped in 15 points, Danny Rodriguez 11 to help the Garage Door effort. Bill Klauer highlighted the Crunch Time attack with 19 points.
Justin Nicholson ignited the Team Techron offense for 19 points, leading to a 60-43 victory over State Farm.
Mark Taylan dropped in five 3-pointers in a 17-point performance for the winners. Team Techron led 20-19 at halftime. Teo Ponce led the State Farm offense with 17 points, including three 3-pointers.