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March 1, 2021

Prep Roundup: Jan. 30

Eight Gilroy wrestlers left Palma High victorious Tuesday night.
The Mustangs topped the hosts 57-15, losing only one match — heavyweight Santino Orozco lost 6-4 — and  forfeiting two (122 and 140).
Nikko Villarreal (154) and Paul Fox (162) maintained their unblemished records, each notching a ‘w’ at the bout. Villarrel won his match by pin, while Fox won by fall. 
Julian Carabajal (172) had the tough task of facing Palma’s best wrestler, Martin Martinez. Carbajal was able to get the cradle in the third period to win by fall at 5:25.
Gavin Melendez (108) got a nearside cradle at 1:14 to win by fall. Will Calderon (115) also won by fall at 5:03 of his bout. 
Victor Daza (128) won by a 9-4 decision, while Victor Olmos (134) won by fall at 3:45. Lupe Jimenez (145) won by pin. 
Gilroy won the 184, 197 and 220 lb. bouts by forfeit.
Seaside defensive limits Cougars

The Seaside defense proved too much for the Christopher boys basketball team Wednesday night.
All Cougars shooters were held to single digits in their 56-38 loss to the visitors. 
Chad Hartman was the leading CHS scorer with eight points.
Christopher trailed Seaside by only point, 12-11, after the first quarter. The visitors scored seven more than CHS in the second to grab a decisive 27-19 lead at the half, a lead they wouldn’t relinquish. 
The Cougars (8-8 overall, 2-4 in league) will be back on the court at 7 p.m. Friday at Monte Vista Christian. 
Mustangs fall to NMC
The Gilroy boys basketball team is fighting for its spot in the Central Coast Section Division III playoffs — but so is North Monterey County.
The Condors were able to get one step closer, topping the Mustangs 74-58 in Gilroy Wednesday.
Zach Loo led Gilroy with 15 points, while Josiah Wiley added 12. 
The Mustangs (8-10 overall, 3-3 in league) will continue their pursuit for a playoff berth at 7 p.m. Friday against Watsonville at home. They have just six games left in the regular season.
Alisal tops Gilroy
The Gilroy girls soccer team found itself in a 1-0 hole during halftime of Wednesday’s game at Alisal. 
The Mustangs were able to even the score, but unfortunately for the home team Alisal scored twice more in the second half to win 3-1. 
Stats were not yet available from this game.
The Mustangs (3-9 overall, 2-4 in league) will have a week to regroup before hosting Watsonville at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday. 

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