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Local sports roundup
February 27, 2014, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Girls’ lacrosse

Sacred Heart Prep 14, Foothill-Pleasanton 8

The Gators opened their 2014 season with a victory over the Falcons in Pleasanton Tuesday night.

SHP (1-0) was led by a pair of sophomores with Libby Muir scoring six goals and Ally Mayle adding five goals and an assist.

Kiana Cacchione and Drew Learner each added a goal for the Gators.

Baseball

Menlo 7, Gunn 5

The Knights opened their 2014 campaign with a win over Titans Tuesday.

Designated hitter Macklan Badger drove in three runs for Menlo (1-0), which stole nine bases in the game.

Wyatt Driscoll picked up the win on the mound.

Carlmont 5, St. Francis Christian 0

The Scots opened the Milpitas tournament with a shutout win over St. Francis.

Evan McClain went six innings in picking up the win, scattering just three hits, while striking out nine and walking none.

Matt Seubert drove in a pair of runs for Carlmont (1-0-1), while Kyle Barret added two hits.

Softball

Hillsdale 3, Notre Dame-Belmont 2

The Knights scratched out a win over the Tigers in the season opener for both Tuesday afternoon.

Notre Dame (0-1) took a 1-0 lead with a run in the third, but Hillsdale (1-0) responded with a three-run fifth. The Tigers got a run back in the bottom of the frame, but could not complete the comeback.

Kelly Miller went 1 for 4 with an RBI and a run scored for Hillsdale, while Eryn McCoy earned the win in the pitcher’s circle.

Freshman Marina Sylvestri led the Tigers’ offense, going 2 for 3, with a triple and run scored. Danica Kazakoff was 1 for 3 with an RBI.

Girls’ tennis

Crystal Springs 7, Mills 0

In a non-league matchup, the Gryphons blanked the Vikings.

Crystal Springs won five of the seven matches in straight sets.

College baseball

Skyline 10, Cosumnes River 9

The Trojans scored a huge upset and picked up their first road win of the season in knocking off Cosumnes River, the top-ranked team in the state.

After watching Cosumnes River rally from a six-run deficit to the game at 9 in the sixth, Skyline (4-8) scratched out the winning run in the top of the ninth when Lance Montano came through with a one-out, run-scoring single. It was Montano’s second RBI of the game.

Shawn Scott picked up the win with a 1-2-3 bottom of the ninth. Scott pitched three innings of no-hit relief.

Nick McHugh, Michael Franco, Montano, Lucci Molina, Armando Fajardo and Phil Caulfield all had a pair of hits for Skyline. In addition to Montano, Molina and Caulfield also drove in two runs apiece.

College of San Mateo 17, DeAnza 2

The Bulldogs opened Coast Conference Pacific Division play by trouncing the Dons Tuesday afternoon.

CSM (1-0, 6-6) scored all its runs in the first five innings, leading 13-0 after three innings as the Bulldogs banged out 19 hits for the game.

Steven Pastora (El Camino), Matt Glomb and Allen Smoot each had three hits to pace the the CSM attack. Dylan Isquirdo drove in four runs, while Vande Gutche, Glomb, Tyler Carson and Pastore drove in two runs apiece.

CSM used seven pitcher to record the shutout.

College softball

College of San Mateo 19, Mission 0

The Lady Bulldogs improved to 3-0 in Coast Conference play with a five-inning whitewash of the Saints Tuesday.

Ashlynne Neil and Lacie Crawford combined for a no-hitter for CSM (3-0 Coast Conference, 19-1 overall), and were one Crawford walk away from a perfect game.

Talisa Fiame (Terra Nova) had a huge game offensively for the Bulldogs, going 2 for 4 with a pair of home runs, seven RBIs and two runs scored. Natalie Saucedo (Burlingame) had a double and was 3 for 4 with five runs driven in. Kelly McDaid (Capuchino) added three RBIs and Brittany Wilkerson also drove in a pair and added a double in the win.

 

 

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