Antonio Arrellano, Sequoia baseball
Arrellano’s pinch-hit, two-run single in the bottom of the fourth inning turned a 1-0 Cherokee deficit into a 2-1 lead on their way to a 3-1 win over Woodside.
Jesus Jimenez, South City baseball
Jimenez had quite the fifth inning in the Warriors’ 12-1 win over Pinewood. Not only did the Warriors score all 12 of their runs in the inning – sending 16 batters to the plate in the process – but Jimenez did the bulk of the damage, driving in four runs, including a bases-loaded triple.
Daniel Perez, South City baseball
The pitcher was the recipient of all that run support in the win over Pinewood. Not that he really needed it. Perez threw a gem, scattering five hits and striking out 12.
Dylan Arsenault, Capuchino baseball
It was quite a week for the sophomore call-up as he factored into a pair of big wins for the Mustangs, enabling them to tie with Sequoia for the PAL Ocean Division title. In a 7-6 win over Aragon Tuesday, Arsenault drove in what turned out to be the game-winning run. In the rematch Thursday, it was Arsenault who hit a slow chopper to shortstop that was thrown away at first base, allowing the runner from second to score to give the Mustangs a 1-0, nine-inning win.
Mike McWhirter, Mills baseball
The catcher drove in three runs – including a two-run home run – and scored what turned out to be the winning run in Vikings’ 5-4 win over Hillsdale, denying the Knights a share of the PAL Ocean Division title.
Jared Milch, Terra Nova baseball
Another sophomore call-up, Milch ran his record to 5-1 in PAL play with a five-inning, one-hit effort in the Tigers’ 3-0 win over Menlo-Atherton.
Anthony Gordon, Terra Nova baseball
Making just his second start of the season and recovering from injury, Gordon pitched his first career high school complete game, holding Burlingame to just two runs in the Tigers’ 5-2 win, clinching a share of the PAL Bay Division title.
Erin Goode, Menlo-Atherton softball
Goode drove in five runs in a pair of wins for the Bears last week. She drove in three in a 10-0 win over Jefferson, including a two-run homer. She came back with a two-RBI effort in a 15-5 win over South City.
Ally Howe, Sacred Heart Prep swimming
Howe put on quite a show at the West Bay Athletic League championships. Not did she win four times – 500 free, 100 back and part of the 200 medley and 200 free relay teams – she did it in record time. She set a new school and WBAL record in the 500, where her time of 4:44.53 was an automatic All American time and the second-fastest time in CCS history. She set a school and WBAL record in the 100 back, while both wins in the relays were both WBAL records.
Brenden Barrows, Serra tennis
Battling blustery winds, Barrows gave the Padres their fourth point and the win in the Padres’ 5-2 win over St. Ignatius in the second round of the CCS tournament. Barrows cruised through the first set 6-1, but dropped the second set 6-4, before rallying for a 6-3 win in the third set and clinching the win for the Padres.
John Besse, Serra baseball
The sophomore stifled Bellarmine last week, holding the Bells to just two hits while going the distance in a 2-0 win.
Frankie Hattler, Sacred Heart Prep lacrosse
Hattler did a little bit of everything in the Gators 22-4 win over Burlingame. He scored six goals and added a pair of assists in the victory.
Ro Mahanty, Hillsdale baseball
One of the standout players in the PAL Ocean Division this season, Mahanty saved his best regular-season start for last as the right-hander fired a no-hitter last Tuesday in Hillsdale’s 4-0 win over Mills. The junior also proved the hero at the plate, going 2 for 3 with a run and three RBIs.