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Masters All-American track honors for local man – Monterey Herald

Philip Torrey, who works with the Veterans Supportive Housing Program in Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito counties, has received US honors on three occasions after his recent performance at the Pacific Society’s track and field meeting.

Calculating in the 65-69 class division, Toure crowned on the track, winning gold in the 50-meter in 7.12 seconds. Toure also won the 100- (13.41) and 200-meter (27.75) sprints.

Marks earned honors from the Tori All-American in his age division at all three events. The runner has won gold medals in his age group over the past decade.

Bering is set for a sophomore season

Former Palma star John John Bering will be challenging for more playing time this spring for the Santa Clara baseball team.

Playing in 22 games as a true freshman this past spring for the Broncos, Berring started seven games on the left field, his first success as a hitter.

Despite his limited time on the court, the former Palma producer was second on the team in stolen bases, finishing with seven attempts in nine.

Behring excelled over the summer by playing in a collegiate league, scoring 0.318 with two homers and 16 team-leading runs, finishing with 21 strokes, while stealing seven bases in 18 games.

Bering, a former Palma football and baseball player, was among three former county players in Santa Clara, joining Monterrey’s Michael Maughan and Carmel’s Rowan Trosky.

Demon Olivares in defense

Nobody has had a bigger presence from the bench this year with her defense of the Sacramento State women’s basketball team than Jordan Olivares.

The former coast guard is second to the Hornets in steals and third in blocks in under 17 minutes a game. Olivares scored a season-high 30 minutes in a win over Northern Colorado last week.

The 5-foot-8 youngster, who missed the first four games of the season through injury, started with an offensive stroke, dropping by 13 points in her last two games.

In 55 career games for the Hornets, Olivares averaged 17.1 minutes and 5.1 points per game, resulting in a 22-point lead last season.

Having led Seaside to the program’s first-ever title in the Central Coast Division IV in 2019, Olivares was the two-time Herald of the Year in basketball.

Martorella is preparing for the big season

Nathan Martorella, the former Salinas superstar, is coming off a big summer season and putting up a solid bat in his second full season for the Cal baseball team.

Herald Player of the Year 2019, the 6-foot-4 baseman was one of four players to appear in all 55 games last year for the Bears, starting at 53.

The left-footed Martorella of Salinas High was caught by the Boston Red Sox in Round 30 in 2019, and hit 0.240 last year with five home hurdles and 31 throws with Cal.

Martorella ranked second in the Bears’ walking rankings (31) and fourth in the Homers and RBI. It also collected 49 results, scored 24 operations, and collected 0.348 on a percentage basis.

Martorella also collected 0.989 last season, handling 378 out of 382 on-field chances at first base.

During his first season at Salinas, Martorella was the only player to earn all-county honors in football and baseball.

Monterey Bay Add Bon

Another part has been added to Monterey Bay FC’s roster with the signing of Chase Boone for her upcoming inaugural season in the United Soccer League.

Boone, who played professionally in Denmark for two years, spent 2021 with USL San Diego Layol. He was part of the Portland Timbers for the USL Under-23 team in 2016.

The former NSCAA All-West Region striker while at the University of Redlands, Boone produced 34 goals and 25 assists in 88 games.

California Rodeo Salinas Scholarships

Salinas Valley High School students attending Hartnell College can apply for scholarships ranging from $2,500 to $5,000 from California Rodeo Salinas.

The California Rodeo Association has had a scholarship program with Hartnell since 1986. Applications will be accepted through March 2.

The program allows students who are members of the California Rodeo Salinas Commission or associated with the members of the commission to apply for $5,000 scholarships for any college or educational program after high school. Go to https://www.carodeo.com/p/about-us/community/scholarships.

trainers wanted

Seaside’s Finest Basketball AAU Program is looking for coaches for its Boys’ and Girls’ Programs. Call Jason Hebb at 831-915-5362 or email jwhieb@yahoo.com

Marina is looking for a Sports Director for the 2022-23 academic year. Apply at edjoin.org

Salinas is looking for a girls’ lacrosse coach for this spring. Send an email to art.hunsdorfer@salinasuhsd.org

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