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It's an odd feeling to wonder 'What if?' with a career that is as impressive as Isiah Garcia's.
Some pitchers are born. They're big and strong, intimidating figures on the mound. Other pitchers are made.
But did many expect him to still be playing ball 10 years later? Who saw that potential? Well, De La Guerra himself certainly did. Now 28, the former Panther is in fact playing ball and he's getting paid for it.
After a week of voting, Gomez pulled away with nearly 10,000 total votes in the round. Gomez defeated Datu 9,979 to 6,190. The final round featured 16,169 votes when the poll closed at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
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It's almost time to vote in our boys basketball player of the decade poll, have you taken a moment to read about the nominees? Go through this…
Brodhead averaged 24 points, five rebounds and five steals a game in leading Cabrillo to its third straight Los Padres League title in 2013-14. He easily crossed the 1,500-point barrier at Cabrillo, though career stats weren't available. He scored about 700 points during his senior season.
Berwick caused headaches for plenty of Central Coast athletes who were unlucky enough to be on the opposing end of the basketball court or football field. He was a dynamic point guard at Atascadero, combining size, athleticism and basketball IQ to dominate on the hardwood, breaking into the Greyhounds' varsity unit as a freshman. He also grew into a 6-foot-4 quarterback that powered the 'Hounds' football team.