April 5, 2002 |
Anthony Hidalgo pitched a six-hitter and struck out 11 in his first start of the season to lead La Puente Bishop Amat High to a 6-2 victory over Westminster La Quinta in the championship baseball game of the Toyo Tires National Classic on Thursday at Cal State Fullerton. It was the second consecutive National Classic title for Bishop Amat (13-2), the No. 2-ranked team in the region by The Times. Hidalgo, a senior right-hander, struck out the side in the first and third innings.
September 25, 2004 |
Undoubtedly looking for improvement after an 0-2 start this season, La Puente Bishop Amat went to the right place Friday night. The visiting Lancers dominated every facet against Covina Charter Oak, gaining 260 yards rushing in a 28-0 nonleague victory. Bishop Amat, ranked No. 21 in the Southland by The Times, did not look anything like the team that had given up 84 points in its first two games and appeared especially porous in a 45-7 loss to Valencia two weeks ago.
November 26, 2005 |
Juanise Cornell, a second-year captain for the girls' basketball team at La Puente Bishop Amat, remembers the seminal moment of the 2004-05 season coming in a Southern Section Division III-A semifinal against Santa Ynez. "It seemed like we became predators," Cornell recalled of the 57-30 victory that ignited a historic run. "We wanted teams to be fearful of us, make them feel like it was going to be a long night."
May 21, 2000
Camarillo High hosts No. 3-seeded Bishop Amat on Tuesday in the second round of the Southern Section Division I baseball playoffs. The Scorpions routed Crescenta Valley, 13-0, in their opener. Bishop Amat beat Schurr, 11-1. In Division II second-round games Tuesday, Thousand Oaks plays at Woodbridge, Hart travels to Calexico and Palmdale goes to La Mirada. Westlake is at Paso Robles and Burroughs hosts Charter Oak in Division III. In Division IV, Notre Dame hosts St.
November 16, 2002 |
Teams with .500 records typically aren't expected to do much in the Southern Section football playoffs. La Puente Bishop Amat might be an exception. The Lancers rolled up 397 yards rushing and thoroughly dominated two-time defending Serra League champion Santa Margarita during a 37-20 victory Friday night at Saddleback College, solidifying Bishop Amat's once-shaky playoff aspirations.
May 4, 1993 |
The La Puente Bishop Amat high baseball team is enjoying its finest season in school history with a 21-0 record. With two weeks left in the regular season, the Lancers have clinched the Del Rey League title and a berth in the Southern Section playoffs. But Coach Glenn Martinez said he is both happy with and embarrassed by his team's accomplishments. He said the record might be more meaningful if the school were competing in Division 5-A, made up of the section's largest schools.