Half Moon Bay Sports News
Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Half Moon Bay, CA
Tuesday Dec 16 | via Pacifica Tribune
For years Bill Gray fought the Central Coast Section football committee to make a change in the way the Open Division was structured for the playoffs. Gray, now retired from coaching and living in South Dakota, always believed that the post-season teams should play for a championship in a division determined by enrollment. Comment?
Saturday Dec 13 | via San Mateo Daily Journal
Half Moon Bay won its sixth straight game to start the year in Friday night's tourney championship at Burlingame High School with a convincing 61-49 win over Los Altos . The Cougars rode the hot hand of junior forward Tommy Nuno, who scored a game-high 20 points en route to earning tournament MVP honors for the second straight year. Comment?
Friday Dec 12 | via Mercury-Register
Half Moon Bay was a Central Coast Section Open Division playoff team last season, a solid half-court team with good size that played exceptional defense. Half Moon Bay won their second tournament championship of the young season with a 61-49 victory Friday over Los Altos in the final of the Burlingame Lions Tournament. Comment?
Friday Dec 12 | via Inside Bay Area
For Los Altos to capture its first Burlingame Lions Club Basketball Tournament title, it had to go through a seasoned Half Moon Bay contingent in pursuit of its second straight tourney crown. The Eagles struggled offensively early and could never recover, losing to the Cougars 61-49 at Burlingame High School on Friday evening. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 10 | via San Mateo Daily Journal
Normally, basketball coaches don't have a long post-game meeting following a pre-holiday tournament game. Half Moon Bay coach Rich Forslund is not a normal coach. Comment?
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