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Posted: Tuesday, Jan 15th, 2013

Pajaro Valley High’s Mark Hinojosa looks to pass the ball as North Monterey County’s Isaiah Garcia defends during the first half of their game Monday night at North Monterey County High in Castroville. (Glenn Cravens/Register-Pajaronian)

CASTROVILLE — This season so far for the Pajaro Valley High boys basketball team is not just memorable, it’s also been groundbreaking.

The players who have been around the program through the lean times hope it continues.

The Grizzlies rallied from an early double-digit hole and defeated North Monterey County 65-55 Monday night. With the win, the Grizzlies improved to 10-5 overall and 3-0 in the Monterey Bay League’s Pacific Division.

It’s the first ever 3-0 start in league or divisional play for Pajaro Valley. The three wins in league are better than what they did in 2012 and 2011 combined. It’s also the team’s first 10-win season since their 2008-09 campaign.

And there are still 10 games to go, maybe more, for the Grizzlies to add to this memorable run.

“For what happened the past couple years, this is a shock,” said Pedro Lomeli, who finished with 10 points. “This is like a dream, and we want it to continue.”

Their big man, Oscar Gonzalez, was the catalyst who hammered down the game for the Grizzlies, scoring eight points in a 10-0 run which gave the visitors in black the lead for good.

For the complete article see the 01-15-2013 issue.

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