Frankie Ferrari, Burlingame
In one of the greatest single-game performances in Burlingame history, Frankie Ferrari scored a career-high 46 points in the Panthers’ 83-69 win over Leigh in the Central Coast Section Open Division consolation bracket. The breakdown for Ferrari’s performance: 15-of-27 shooting, four 3-pointers, and 12 of 14 from the free-throw line. The senior point guard followed that up with a game-high 19 points on March 6 in Burlingame’s 56-39 win over Half Moon Bay.
Trevor Brown, Serra boys’ basketball
Although the Padres fell to Mitty in the 68-60 in Saturday’s Open Division title game, junior Trevor Brown turned in a big performance in the post. The 6-4 center knocked home 13 points and added six boards and twice blocked the shot of 6-8 Mitty forward Ben Kone.
Sam Erisman, Menlo girls’ basketball
The freshman point guard lit it up Saturday, scoring 17 points and dishing out seven assists as Menlo downed Castilleja to help earn the sixth Central Coast Section title in program history. Erisman finishes the season as the Knights’ assist leader with 3.7 per game and ranks second behind Hannah Paye (13 ppg) with 9.4 points per game.
Zack Penner, Half Moon Bay boys soccer
The Ocean Division Forward of the Year was a one-man show in Half Moon Bay’s Central Coast Section Division III semifinal win over Aptos on March 5. Penner scored four goals in the 5-2 victory, including a hat trick in the second half. He also had an assist on the Cougars’ game-winning goal in Saturday’s dramatic 3-2 overtime win in the title game against Burlingame to clinch Half Moon Bay’s first ever CCS boys’soccer championship.
Mariko Kondo, Carlmont softball
The junior right-hander earned two wins in three days, throwing five innings of two-hit ball in Carlmont’s 7-1 win over Milpitas on March 6. On Saturday, she dealt in a five-inning complete game in the Scots’ 8-0 win over Branham in the Tournament of Champions at Live Oak in Salinas. Also Carlmont’s cleanup hitter, Kondo tabbed five hits over the last three games.
College of San Mateo baseball
Freshman third-baseman had his best game as a Bulldog, Saturday, going 4 for 4 with three RBIs as CSM downed Gavilan, 13-5. Pastora also had two stolen bases in the game, giving him three in his last two games. A standout shortstop at El Camino, Pastora has primarily played third base in his first season with the Bulldogs.
Grant Goodman, University
of San Francisco baseball
The freshman right-hander earned his first collegiate win by dealing in USF’s 9-0 win over Tulane, Sunday at Laney College. The Burlingame grad worked eight shutout innings on two hits while striking out seven. Goodman was drafted by the Giants in the 36th round last season, but opted to attend USF on a baseball scholarship.