Breakers clinch Mission Division boys basketball title – Monterey Herald


It’s not the best way the Pacific Grove Excessive boys basketball workforce envisioned it.

However the Mission Division title belongs to the Breakers.

Regardless of falling 52-50 to Christopher, Pacific Grove clinched the title outright Monday after Alvarez was knocked off by St. Francis 64-53.

The Breakers completed the season Eight-2 in league play, one sport in entrance of Alvarez (Eight-Three). Each will probably be seeded Wednesday into the Central Coast Part Divisional playoffs.

Maximillian Podell led Pacific Grove with 14 factors whereas Josh Cryns completed with 10.

St. Francis 63, Alvarez 54: Efrain Perez scored 17 factors for Alvarez whereas Ven Limosnero tallied 15.

Greenfield 63, Gonzales 58: Lucio Sanchez had 15 factors because the Bruins set a single-season faculty file for wins with 15.

Agustin Pantoja added 13 factors for Greenfield whereas Angel Espinoza tallied 10.

Pablo Villasenor had a double-double for Gonzales with 21 factors and 15 rebounds. Isaiah Banuelos added 13 factors and 12 rebounds whereas Jonathan Ganaden scored 12 factors and Alexandro Mendez 9 factors and 12 rebounds.

Stevenson 67, Gilroy 49: Luke Driscoll dropped in 31 factors and had 5 steals within the Pirates 18 level win.

Ben Abrams added 18 factors for Stevenson whereas Connor Jacobs tallied 9 factors and 7 boards and Honorebel Walker six steals and 6 assists.

North County 66, North Salinas: Brandon Ducusin had 16 factors because the Condors accomplished an undefeated Cypress Division season. Dulian Morelos added 15 factors whereas Isaiah Solorio had 9 and Joseph Bertao seven.

King Metropolis 50, Watsonville 43: Angel Trujillo scored 16 factors within the Mustangs win. Caleb Hood added 11 factors whereas Devin Morales completed with 10.

Ladies basketball

Pacific Grove 44, Stevenson 30: Parker Llantero scored 19 factors because the Breakers knocked off Stevenson.

Lyndsey Llantero completed with 11 factors and 12 rebounds for Pacific Grove whereas Tati Ruiz had 15 rebounds.

Seaside 58, Gilroy 50: The Spartans survived a rating, forcing extra time earlier than securing the win to take care of a share of first place within the Gabilan Division.

Daja Scott-Mitchell had an evening to recollect with 29 factors and 27 rebounds for Seaside. Jordan Olivares added 19 factors, 10 rebounds and eight steals whereas Khrystiana Lynch had 10 boards.

Monterey 44, Santa Catalina 30: The Toreadores closed the Santa Lucia Division 6-Four, utilizing 14 factors and 10 rebounds from Kaitlin Manley.

Sharrell McDowell added seven factors and 11 rebounds for Monterey whereas Katelynn Calvetti had eight factors and 9 rebounds.

Maddy Foletta tallied 11 factors and 9 rebounds for Santa Catalina. Kia Shoemaker had 10 factors and 7 rebounds whereas Abby Gunter added eight factors and 10 rebounds.