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San Mateo County local sports roundup
April 21, 2017, 05:00 AM

THURSDAY

Baseball

Crystal Springs 6, Harker 4

Crystal Springs Uplands (4-4 in PAL Lake, 5-7 overall) rallied for a comeback win, tallying four runs in the sixth inning to overtake Harker (4-6, 7-8).

Peter DiCioccio had an RBI single to score David Young with the tying run to make it 4-4. Brandon Chu followed by cashing in with the bases loaded for a two-run single to give the Gryphons the lead.

Crystal Springs starting pitcher Chris Loveland earned the win, allowing nine hits through five innings, to improve his record to 3-2. Alex Laubscher worked two innings of relief to earn his first save of the year.

Girls’ lacrosse

Menlo-Atherton 12, Sacred Heart Prep 6

The Bears scored six goals in each half to beat the Gators in a WBAL Foothill Division match.

Grace Tully led M-A with three goals, while Emma Easton added a pair. Izzy Regonini, Izzy Carhart and Audrey Koren each scored once for the Bears.

SHP got three goals from Cam Gordon and one goal apiece from Allison Carter, Grace Johnson and Sasha Bellack.

WEDNESDAY

Baseball

Carlmont 17, Woodside 7

The Wildcats scored five runs in the top of the third inning to tie the score at 5, but the Scots took the lead for good in the bottom half of the inning and then won going away to remain atop the PAL Bay Division standings.

Leading 7-5 after three innings, Carlmont poured it on over the final three innings. The Scots scored three in the fourth and put the game away with a six-run fifth. They tacked on another run in the sixth.

Carlmont led 5-0 after scoring five runs in the second.

Sean Prozell had three of the Scots’ 15 hits. He also drove in a team-high four RBIs, all coming on a second-inning grand slam. Mitchell Plane, Aaron Hoch and Grant Norman each drove two runs.

Sequoia 8, Capuchino 6

The Cherokees had to withstand a six-run sixth from the Mustangs to pull out the PAL Bay Division victory.

Sequoia appeared to have a comfortable lead when it score four runs in the top of the fourth to increase it’s lead to 7-0 and tacked on insurance run in the fifth.

Capuchino was held scoreless until scoring once in the fifth and five in the sixth.

Matt Smith, who pitched five innings of six-hit ball, also led the Cherokees at the plate, going 3 for 4 with a pair of doubles and two RBIs. Chris Cook and Kyle Pruhsmeier also drove in two runs each.

Adrian Colmenares and Brendan Downes each had two RBIs to pace Capuchino.

Girls’ lacrosse

Menlo School 9, Carondelet-Concord 8, OT

Trailing 8-3 in the second half, the Knights rallied to tied the score with two minutes to play and then got the game-winner in sudden-death overtime to win the non-league match.

Abby Doll took a feed from Indira Varma and put it home in overtime to give Menlo the victory.

Carondelet led 4-3 at halftime and scored four unanswered goals early in the second half for the five-goal lead.

College baseball

San Mateo 11, De Anza 1

The Bulldogs clinched at least a share of the Coast Golden Gate Conference title with the win over the Dons.

Anders Green and Nick Adgar both went deep for CSM (15-1 conference, 30-5 overall) to highlight the Bulldogs’ 12-hit attack. Adgar was 3 for 4 on the day with three RBIs, while Green drove in a pair as he, too, had three hits in four plate appearances.

CSM wasted little time jumping on De Anza starting pitcher Kevin Hahn, a 2014 graduate of Aragon. The Bulldogs scored two runs in the first and one more in the second as Hahn lasted just three innings. The Bulldogs added two more in both the fifth and seventh innings before blowing the game open with a four-run top of the ninth.

That was more than enough offense for CSM starter Drew Reveno, who worked seven innings, giving up just three hits.

De Anza second baseman Nolan Dempsey, a 2014 Serra graduate, went 2 for 3 and drove in the Dons’ only run.

 

 

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