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Hornets should compete for playoff berth

This year Beatty basketball will return with head coach Steve Sullivan in his second year.

The Hornets were 6-8 last year in Division IV Southern, finishing in fifth place.

The team will have five returning lettermen and three starters.

The following are the top players for the Hornets: Jhonpaul Adujar, junior; Lindzey Gross, senior; Daniel Jacob, senior; Octavio Maldonado, sophomore; Bryan Ortiz, senior; Jacob Oseguera, junior; Matt Reetz, junior; Robby Revert, junior; Jake Ybarra, junior and Nick Zamora, senior.

Beatty will return three starters from a team that finished fifth in their division and should compete for a playoff berth again this season.

The Hornets season starts Friday in a tournament in Las Vegas.

-Contact sports editor Vern Hee at vhee@pvtimes.com


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