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December 7, 2022

Rec sports

Handmade Healthcare moved to 4-0 atop the Men’s E League Tuesday
with a 47-42 deicsion over the Playaz at South Valley.
GILROY – Handmade Healthcare moved to 4-0 atop the Men’s E League Tuesday with a 47-42 deicsion over the Playaz at South Valley.

Marco Lopez exploded for 17 points as Handmade remained one game ahead of Stuft Pizza in the battle for the first-half title in the eight-team basketball league.

Nick Posley scored seven of his 11 points in the second half as Handmade expanded a 23-21 halftime lead. Paul Garcia dominated the Playaz offense with 18 points.

Net Magic used nine points from Travis Martin to outlast Goldsmith Seeds 41-38. Joel Goldsmith tossed in three three-point field goals in an 11-point effort for the Seeds.

Pizza N Stuff-Toto Stingers moved to 2-2 with a 70-38 victory over the Titans. Alexis Rivas netted 15 points, Rudy Mirelez notched 14 and Andres Espinoza hit for 12 for the winners. Arnold Tellez managed 15 points, Ron Reed 13 (three 3-pointers) for the Titans.

Gaeta’s is 4-0 atop the six-team Men’s D league after Wednesday’s 61-41 win over Morgan Hill Garage. Marmet Williams struck for 25 points, David Herrera 18 and Sonny Old Elk 11 for the winners. Jacob Garcia scored 12 points, Kurt Gitmed 10 for the Garage.

Gabe Gonzales scored 13 points as Fritter-Schulz Physical Therapy defeated Mitchell Excavation 61-30. Josh Carter and Greg Grio each scored 10 Therapist points. Warren Gaspar scored 11 for Mitchell Excavation.

Dutchman’s-Krazy Koyote trimmed Headstart 53-40 behind 17 points from Jon-Michael Becerra. Mark Cisneros scored 14 and Dexter Amey added 11 for the winners. Don Hall managed 13 points, Rob Christopher 11 for Headstart.

The Gilroy Community Services Department’s youth basketball program has extended player registration through 5pm on Monday Dec. 2. Boys and girls in grades 3-10 are eligible. Each player will play at least one-half of each game during the eight-game season. The season begins Jan. 4, 2002. Further information is available at 846-0299.

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