Boys Basketball Stays Hot with 10 Game Win Streak


As of late, the Morro Bay High Boys Basketball team has been unbeatable. Since December 20, 2019, they have not lost a single game. They have won a Tournament in Santa Maria, and they are 6-0 in league games. In all, they are on a 10 game win streak as of January 23, 2020.

The first game of their win streak came against Orcutt Academy, who MBHS is set to face again on January 24. They won the game by a score of 65-35, and Rebel Woodbury was the highest scorer of the game. The game was the first league game of the season, and it kicked off a major streak.

The next game was the beginning of the Santa Maria Invitational, and MBHS was up against Sierra Pacific in the first round, where they won 66-33. Next, they faced Lompoc, where they also won with a score of 57-41. In the Semi-Finals, they faced Madera High, and they won by a small margin, with a score of 55-50. Finally, MBHS faced Santa Ynez in the Championship Game. The Pirates won the game with a score of 58-27, and Eli Graves won player of the game. Rebel Woodbury won the All-Tournament Award, and Joey Ruddel won the MVP award.

The next few games would also result in wins, these would include beating Nipomo 56-47, a win against Atascadero 62-55, and then winning an away game against Pioneer Valley 58-35. The next game was a huge game for league standings, as the Pirates would-be up against school rival, Templeton. The gym was jam-packed, and the game was being covered by KSBY. Morro Bay would run away with the game, winning 51-43. The final game of the win streak, so far, would come against Santa Maria in an away game. In a very high scoring, highly contested game, MBHS would come away with the victory, winning 78-74.

The next game will be up against the 12-9 Orcutt Academy Spartans in a rematch from the first league game. The 14-8 MBHS Pirates will travel to face the Spartans in the seventh league game of the season.

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