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March 04, 2014, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Chris Bene, Sequoia boys’ basketball. Bene combined for 37 points in two Central Coast Section playoff games last week, going for 20 points and 13 rebounds in a win over Monta Vista. He followed that with 17 points in a loss to Palo Alto in the second round.

Nick Schnabel, Serra boys’ soccer. The senior striker atoned for his missed penalty kick by scoring the equalizer and game-winner goals in the Padres’ 4-2 win over James Lick in a CCS Division II quarterfinal soccer game Saturday.

Leonardo Silva, El Camino boys’ soccer. Silva scored both Colts goals in a 3-2 loss to Overfelt in the first round of the CCS Division III playoffs last week. He converted a penalty kick in the 65th minute and scored the equalizer in the 78th minute off a free kick from 30 yards away. Unfortunately, the Colts could not get to overtime as Overfelt scored a minute later to beat El Camino.

Sam Requilman, Notre Dame-Belmont girls’ basketball. Requilman scored 11 points, tying for game-high honors, as the Tigers beat Mercy-Burlingame 48-34 in a CCS Division IV quarterfinal game Saturday.

Kevin Hahn, Aragon boys’ basketball. The senior center was the catalyst in holding the opposing offense in check as Aragon walloped Monterey, 52-33. Hahn notched double-figure blocks with 10 as the Dons advanced to their first Central Coast Section semifinal since 2003.


Rebecca Faulkner, Carlmont softball. The fourth-year varsity starter fired a two-hit shutout on opening day as the Scots trounced Notre Dame-Belmont, 13-0. Faulkner – the 2013 Peninsula Athletic League Player of the Year – struck out five against no walks.


Daniel Madigan, Skyline College baseball. The southpaw earned a complete-game win Feb. 27 in Skyline’s 5-1 win over Hartnell. It was the first complete game by a Trojans’ pitcher in nearly a year and their first win in a conference opener since 2008.

Skyler Fuss, College of San Mateo baseball. The sophomore reliever earned his fourth win of the year with 4 2/3 shutout innings in a 4-3 win comeback win over West Valley in the Bulldogs’ Coast Conference Golden Gate Division opener. Fuss currently ranks third in the state in wins, and his 4-0 record is tops among all California Community College relievers.

Talisa Fiame, CSM softball. The sophomore out of Terra Nova clubbed a pair of home runs and drove in seven runs in the Bulldogs’ 19-0 win over Mission College a week ago.



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