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Baseball highlights this week’s Honor Roll
April 16, 2013, 05:00 AM By Julio Lara Daily Journal
By Julio Lara

Daily Journal Staff

We’re just about halfway through the league seasons in high school baseball, and that means many of the county’s best hitters are really locking into their strokes at the plate.

Brett Moriarty of Menlo-Atherton went 3-for-4 with four runs RBIs during the his team’s 9-1 win over Terra Nova. Batting in the five hole, he drove in one during M-A’s five-run first inning, later stealing home on the back end of a double steal. He drilled a two-run double to right-center field in the fifth and added another RBI in the sixth.

Sean McHugh of Mills drove in three runs and had three hits in the Vikings’ 7-5 win over El Camino. He hit a solo home run one pitch after Mike McWhirter clubbed a three-run shot in the top of the first. McHugh legged out an infield hit to drive in his second run in the fourth inning and singled to center to drive in the Vikings’ final run of the game in the sixth inning.

Dominic Giuliani of El Camino baseball went 2-for-4 with three RBIs in the Colts’ 7-5 loss to Mills.

It was a solid two-win week for the Padres of Serra High School.

Serra beat the Fighting Irish of Sacred Heart Cathedral 9-0 in Friday’s West Catholic Athletic League matchup. The Padres were led by senior center fielder Jordan Paroubeck who had four hits, including a home run, two doubles, four RBIs, two runs scored and a stolen base.

Earlier in the week, a player who’s been in a groove since the beginning of the season continued his winning ways. Orlando Razo led the Padres to a 7-0 win over Archbishop Riordan. Razo pitched a shutout, allowing just two hits while striking out four.

Mickey McDonald racked up three RBIs on three hits, singling in the third and fifth innings along with doubling in the sixth.

Sequoia swept South San Francisco last week in a pair of blowouts. Spencer Smith and Zane Gelphman combined for a couple of complete games on the bump for the Cherokees. Marcus Avelar, Chris Ortiz, Liam Clifford and Gelphman had big weeks at the dish. The quartet combined for 10 RBIs.

Other standout baseball performances include: Sacred Heart Prep’s Cole March, who hit two home runs in the same inning — including a grand slam — in a win against Pinewood. ... Aldo Severson pitched his way to a victory and hit a home run in a loss to Half Moon Bay. ... Is anyone swinging a hotter stick than recently called up from Carlmont’s frosh/soph outfielder Aaron Albaum? The sophomore had another big hit in the Scots’ Wednesday win over Burlingame. ... The Panthers returned the favor though. In a 17-run barrage, Jian Lee and Vince Arobio drove in three runs. ... Menlo got off to a 2-0 start in WBAL play. ... Adam Greenstein led the way with the Knight’s first home run of the year, a solo shot in the third that started a 14-run inning. Other key hits in the inning were a two-run double by Graham Stratford and a three-run triple by Brock Cozad. ... Days later, Menlo’s Mikey Diekroeger who went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and a stolen base in a win against The King’s Academy.

On the softball field, Sophia Cerreta of Aragon came through with the go-ahead RBI as the Dons rallied from a 7-1 deficit to beat Sequoia 8-7. Cerreta, who was on the hook for the loss, drove home Courtney Ching with a single to right during the Dons’ seven-run sixth.

Rebecca Faulkner of Carlmont played the two-way hero in a win over Burlingame. She pitched a complete game and then hit the game-winning, three-run home run, to keep the Scots undefeated in league play.

Burlingame bounced back in emphatic fashion. Nicki Lunghi led the way, driving in five of the Panthers’ 11 runs in a blowout of Terra Nova.

In boys’ lacrosse, Nick Schlein of Menlo-Atherton, scored four goals in the Bears’ 10-8 over rival Sacred Heart Prep. The win keeps M-A unbeaten in Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division play, and 3-0 against the Gators and Menlo School.

The Sacred Heart Prep girls lacrosse team remained undefeated after a 17-8 league win against Castilleja. Brigid White led SHP with eight goals. Caroline Cummings added four. ... White and Cummings scored six goals apiece in another win over Burlingame.

The Serra varsity swim team defeated the Archbishop Mitty Monarchs by the score of 115-67 last week. Double winners were Joe Kmak — 200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke — and Zack Zamecki — 200 and 100 freestyles.

Bradley Jerome qualified for the Central Coast Section meet in the 500 meter freestyle.

Crystal Springs Uplands School swimmer Leila Schneider made history, becoming the first CSUS swimmer to qualify for CCS in nine years for the Gryphons — in the 100 meter butterfly.


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