Tag: tri-county athletic league
The 2012 high school sports season will be a little different for schools in Gilroy and Hollister. After more than two years of discussion, the 2012 season will be the first in an equity league between the former members of the Tri-County Athletic League and the Monterey Bay League.
Despite committing five errors and allowing eight hits, the San Benito High baseball team beat Gilroy 9-4 Friday to with its sixth-straight Tri-County Athletic League game.
In a move that could solve the Bulldogs’ quarterback search before the first whistle of spring camp, former San Benito QB Michael Bocksnick has transferred to Sobrato High School, SHS associate head football coach Albert King said Monday.
Thursday’s volleyball match between Gilroy High and San Benito High was a must win for the Balers for two reasons: A win would give them full control of the Tri-County Athletic League’s Valley Division and they would get some revenge from an early-season loss to the Mustangs.
As with every season, winning the first game in league play is a must. For the San Benito and Gilroy high baseball teams, a league-opening win meant even more, as the Balers try to earn a seventh-straight Tri-County Athletic League title and the Mustangs try knock their rival off that perch.
San Benito girls soccer head coach Ben Alvarez didn't want to put pressure on his young team before Tuesday's match against Gilroy, but he knew the team was well aware the Balers needed a win to keep its slim playoff hopes alive.
After going into halftime with a slim three-point lead over Gilroy, San Benito head coach David Kaplansky knew his team needed to change their style of play.