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Honor roll: Week's best performances in San Mateo County
May 06, 2014, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Matt Seubert, Carlmont baseball

Seubert tabbed a win and a save in Carlmont’s two wins last week. He worked a perfect seventh to close out a 3-0 win against Sacred Heart Prep last Wednesday before firing a complete game against Terra Nova two days later in a 5-3 win. At the plate, the senior was 2 for 5 with two RBIs a sacrifice and a stolen base through two games as Carlmont took over sole possession of first place in the Bay Division with two games to go.

Rebecca Faulkner, Carlmont softball

It wouldn’t be an honor roll without an appearance from Carlmont softball. Faulkner continued to shine for the Scots who remain undefeated in Bay Division play. The senior tabbed two complete games, allowing just five hits through 12 innings. She also went 5 for 8 with four RBIs at the plate.

John Antonicic, King’s Academy baseball

Antonicic drove in three runs as the Kinghts upset first-place Sequoia 5-4 in a game Thursday.

Scott Morris, Menlo-Atherton tennis

The senior capped his Peninsula Athletic League career by winning the PAL singles title. Morris went 4-0 without dropping a set in winning the individual championship.

Chris Davis, Aragon baseball

In a pair of Dons’ wins over Mills last week, Davis did major damage. Over the two games he collected six hits – three each game – and drove in six runs, including five in a 13-5 win Thursday.

Chad Franquez, Aragon baseball

The sophomore earned his fifth win in six starts in the Dons’ 9-4 win over Mills Tuesday. He then drove in a pair of runs in the Dons’ 13-5 win Thursday.

Joe Galea, Capuchino baseball

Galea threw a complete game to improve his record to 5-2 on the season in a 10-3 win over El Camino. He was also a force at the plate, driving in a career-high five runs.

Ally Mayle, Sacred Heart Prep lacrosse

Mayle continued to destroy the opposition with a six-goal performance in the Gators’ 16-5 win over rival Menlo-Atherton.

Alessio Iacovone, Burlingame swimming

Iacovone won four races – two individual and two relays – as he helped the Panthers win their third straight PAL Bay Division title with the victory over Menlo-Atherton Thursday. Iacovone won both the 50 and 100 freestyle sprints and then helped the 200 and 400 relay teams capture victories as well.

Christina Patton, Woodside softball

Paton continues to dazzle, throwing a pair of regulation complete games last week, inclduing a 12-strikeout performance in a 9-1 over Sequoia. She followed that with a three-hitter in a 2-1 win over Burlinamge. All told, she racked up 16 strikeouts in two games.

Lexi Riccardi, Woodside softball

The sophomore had a four-hit week, going 4 for 7 with a pair of doubles in two games.

Kyle Cambron, Sequoia baseball

Cambron pitched his sixth straight complete game as the Cherokees defeated King’s Academy 5-1 last Tuesday.

Brett Berghammer, Half Moon Bay baseball

The left-hander persevered for a win in a crazy game against Sacred Heart Prep last Friday. Berghammer surrendered three runs in the first three innings as HMB fell behind 3-0. But the Cougars rallied for three runs in the bottom of the third. Berghammer walked off the mound after the top of the seventh with the game deadlocked at 3-3 before HMB scored a walk-off win to give the senior his fourth win of the year.

Leah Goldman, Burlingame swimming

The Duke-bound senior also was a quad winner against M-A, giving the Panthers the PAL Bay Division crown. Goldman captured the 200 individual medley and the 100 butterfly before helping the Panthers’ 200 and 400 free relay teams win as well

Matt Blais, Serra baseball

Blais tossed a complete-game, one-hit 6-0 shutout of Riodan.

Brett Wetteland, Hillsdale baseball

The Knights had a big week with two wins over Woodside, scoring a sweep in a two-game series with wins of 6-5 and 26-2. That’s right — 26-2. Of the many multi-hit games by Hillsdale’s offense, Wetteland had the most productive week, going 4 for 8 with six RBIs.

Jesus Jimenez, South City baseball

Jimenez started last week with a bang, going 5 for 6 with three runs scored in South City’s 26-0 win over Harker. And that wasn’t even the senior’s biggest feat of the week. Jimenez pitched the Warriors to a Lake Division crown by working 7 1/3 in a 3-1 extra-inning win over San Mateo to clinch to title.



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