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Honor roll: Week's best performances in San Mateo County
April 15, 2014, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Juan Borrero, South City baseball

The freshman was a big cog in the Warriors’ 2-0 record last week. The freshman hit a home run to put two insurance runs on the board in South City’s 10-7 win over San Mateo. He then pitched 4 2/3 innings of one-hit ball in a 6-1 win over Pinewood.

 

Ally Mayle, Sacred Heart Prep lacrosse

Mayle carried the Gators to a key 14-13 win over rival Menlo School last week to give them a leg up on the West Bay Athletic League championship.

Mayle scored six times for SHP.

Kyle Cambron, Sequoia baseball

Cambron is turning into an honor roll regular for a reason, that being the big right-hander keeps getting better. The senior chalked up two more complete games over the past week, shutting out Capuchino 4-0 in a critical Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division matchup April 8. Monday he tabbed his third complete game of the season in a 3-1 non-league win over Selma (11-8 overall).

 

Paravathi Narayan, Menlo School lacrosse

Narayan was the go-to player for the Knights last week. She led them in scoring with four in a 14-13 loss to SHP and followed that with a three-goal performance in a 12-6 win over Menlo-Atherton.

 

Matt McGarry, Menlo-Atherton baseball

All a manager wants from his pitcher is to keep his team in the game. McGarry did that and then some but his offense couldn’t pick him up as he was saddled with a 1-0 loss to SHP.

McGarry took a no-hitter into the eighth inning before SHP scratched out a run on an infield.

Will Johnston, Sacred Heart Prep baseball

Johnston went toe-to-toe with one of the best pitchers in the Peninsula Athletic League and came away with a 1-0 win over Menlo-Atherton. Johnson pitched an eight-inning shutout, scattering five hits along the way.

 Emily Katz, Menlo-Atherton softball

Katz had a big hand in the Bears’ two dominating wins last week. She went 2-0 from the pitcher’s circle in wins over Shasta Charter and Jefferson. In a 15-0, three-inning win over Shasta, Katz had four hits, including a triple and home run.

 

Erin Goode, Menlo-Atherton softball

Goode also helped fuel the Bears’ offense that combined for 35 runs in two games. All told, Goode had three hits, including a triple, a drove in a half dozen runs.

Miles Mastrobuoni, CSM baseball

A versatile presence at the top of the Bulldogs’ order, Mastrobuoni racked up back-to-back four-hit games with totaling seven RBIs. The left-handed-hitting freshman went 4 for 5 April 10 in a 9-5 win at Mission. He followed that with a 4-for-6 performance April 12 in a 15-3 blowout of Skyline.

 

 

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