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Athletes of the Week

Bolden Brace and Jill Giannini Honored


Bolden Brace scored 56 points in two basketball wins for Santa Barbara High. Jill Giannini scored all three goals in Bishop Diego’s win over Orcutt Academy.

Bolden Brace
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Bolden Brace

Bolden Brace and Jill Giannini went on scoring tears to lead their respective teams to victory and earn Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table Athlete of the Week honors.

Jill Giannini
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Jill Giannini

Brace sparked the Santa Barbara High boys basketball to a pair of wins against quality opponents. He scored 31 points, including seven 3-pointers and 10 straight points during the fourth quarter of a 60-58 victory over Oaks Christian. Three nights later, he poured in 25 points in 69-59 win over Righetti.

Giannini celebrated her return to the Bishop Diego girls soccer team lineup after an ankle injury and recorded a hat trick in a 3-1 win over Orcutt Academy.

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