Bells Named to All-Bay Area News Group Basketball Team

Posted: March 29, 2019

Congratulations to Kiran Kruse '19 and Quinn Denker '20 who were recognized as being among the top basketball players from the East Bay, South Bay and Peninsula by the Mercury News.

Kiran was named Third Team all-Bay Area News, being cited for leading the Bells to their fourth consecutive appearance in the CCS Open Division championship game and a spot in the NorCal Division I playoff; averaging 16 points, six rebounds and four assists per game; and posting 23 points in a season-ending, double-overtime loss at Moreau Catholic.

Quinn received honorable mention accolades.

Go Bells!

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