February 13, 2001 |
The Cal Lutheran baseball team manhandled Caltech last week while improving to 3-0 in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The Kingsmen (4-2 overall) swept three games by a combined score of 66-3, including victories of 21-0 and 14-0 in a doubleheader Saturday. Cal Lutheran had 50 hits in the series. Steve Maitland is batting .750 (12 for 16) to lead the Kingsmen. * Northridge is 8-4 after dropping two of three baseball games at Texas Tech last weekend.
April 12, 1995 |
Every few days or so, Chris Cross plays the role of Superman for Notre Dame High. Cross did it again Tuesday against visiting Granada Hills. Only this time, he forgot to leave his glasses in the phone booth. No matter. Donning a pair of black horn-rims only made Cross, a junior left-hander who throws sidearm, that much kookier for opposing batters to behold.
July 13, 1995
Four players each had two hits for Valley North in an 11-9 upset of Central Valley in a District 20 baseball game Wednesday at Chatsworth High. Ray Daryabigi, Danny Phillips, Micah Berger and Frank Dipoma each had two hits for Valley North (10-7), which is on the bubble for one of the final spots in the eight-team district playoffs. Junior Brignac led Central Valley (14-4) with three hits. Jared Penwarden had two hits, including a three-run triple.
April 15, 2001 |
Sean Richards pitched a one-hitter and Chatsworth High won the Las Vegas Bishop Gorman tournament on Saturday with a 6-0 pool-play victory over Arapahoe of Littleton, Colo. Richards (3-0), No. 4 pitcher in the rotation, struck out nine and recorded the Chancellors' third shutout of the tournament. Freshman Jason Dominguez (6-0) threw a two-hitter with seven strikeouts in a 6-0 pool-play victory over Orange earlier in the day. Chatsworth (20-0), ranked No.
June 6, 1997
Ryan Cowsill threw a five-hit shutout and Van Nuys East beat Valley South, 7-0, in a District 20 game Thursday at Birmingham High. Van Nuys East moved to 4-0 as Cowsill (1-0), a right-hander, struck out six, walked two, scattered five hits and stranded seven base runners. Steve Maitland was two for four with three runs batted in, and his two-run double keyed a three-run fifth inning.
July 22, 1995
Hitting over Tom Stillwell is a tall order. The West volleyball team learned that lesson the hard way Friday in opening-round action at the U.S. Olympic Festival. Stillwell, playing middle blocker, had 10 blocks as the North beat the West, 15-9, 13-15, 15-5, 15-4, at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colo. The 6-foot-10 former Notre Dame High standout also contributed nine kills. Paul Severns of Glendale had 18 kills and two blocks for the West.