Posted On: 02/27/20 10:29 AM

The Central Coast Open Boys Championship Semifinals wrapped last night, with two games at one venue. The first game had 3 seed Bellarmine taking on 7 seed St. Francis, and  1 Mitty versus 4 Menlo Atherton in the second. Bellarmine dominated from beginning to end against a young St. Francis who upset 2 seed Riordan last week. By halftime the Bells were in full control 29-12, and were never threatened. They go on to win 57-28 and will play Mitty. A 63-55 win over a game Menlo Atherton team. Here's My takeaways on the games.

Bellarmine took care of business in dominant fashion. Led by unsigned Seniors Quinn Denker 6'3 guard. He scored 12 points. I'm pretty sure he's a candidate for league MVP the WCAL. Ian Elam 6'6 forward, the Senior doesn't want it to end, he's been playing good ball lately he scored 13 points.  The Bells seem to have found something they like inserting 5'11 shooting guard Anthony Piro into the starting line-up. He'll knock down 3's.

Saint Francis is going to be good going forward. With any young team it can be a rollercoaster type season. They upset the Bells in the season, they knocked off

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