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MVAL/HAAL baseball and softball standings/slate/information

For those following MVAL and HAAL baseball/softball. Here are standings, slate and pitching records.

MVAL

Baseball

Team W L Pct. GB Overall
Newark Memorial 7 0 1.000 12-4
Irvington 5 1 .833 1 1/2 13-2
James Logan 3 3 .500 3 1/2 3-10
Mission San Jose 4 3 .571 3 8-5
Washington 1 4 .200 5 6-8
John F. Kennedy 1 5 .167 5 1/2 6-8
American 1 6 .143 6 5-10

Noteworty nonleague scores: Irvington 1, Monte Vista 0; Irvington 9, Foothill 8 (all at Gordie Classic)

Week 4 scores: Newark 2, Irvington 1; American 4, Kennedy 0; Logan at Washington (ppd. rain); Newark 7, Logan 6; Mission 7, American 1; Kennedy at Irvington (ppd. rain)
Week 3 scores: Logan 4, Mission 3; Irvington 11, American 0; Newark 14, Washington 1; Irvington 8, Logan 2; Newark 11, Mission 5, Kennedy 5, Washington 2.
Week 2 scores: Newark 11, Kennedy 3; Irvington 14, Mission; Washington 6, American 1; Mission 3, Kennedy 2; Irvington 6, Washington 3 (9 inn.); Logan 5, American 1.
Week 1 scores: Newark 10, Logan 6; Mission 8, American 4; Irvington 16, Kennedy 4; Newark 5, American 4; Logan 4, Kennedy 0; Mission 6, Washington 3.

Pitching records: Deeter (NM) 3-0, Rogers (Irv.) 3-1, Drumm (NM) 1-0, Flexen (NM) 1-0, Flores (JL) 1-0, Imhof (MSJ) 1-0, Lombana (NM) 1-0, Loza (JL) 1-1, Mahruon (MSJ) 1-0, Marger (JL) 1-0, Ramos (Irv.) 1-0, Tella (Irv.) 1-0, Gwynn (MSJ) 2-2, Cervantez (JL) 0-1, Deporte (Wash.) 0-1, Williams (JL) 0-1, Tuma (A) 1-2, R.Artero (JFK) 1-3, Ebersole (JFK) 0-2, Meiss (A) 0-3, Benton (Wash.) 0-3.

Softball

Team W L Pct. GB Overall
Newark Memorial 6 0 1.000 6-7
James Logan 5 1 .833 1 11-1-1
Irvington 4 2 .667 2 7-8
American 4 3 .571 2 1/2 8-8
Washington 2 4 .333 4 6-9
Mission San Jose 1 6 .143 5 1/2 1-7
John F. Kennedy 0 6 .000 6 1-6
Note: Newark Memorial at James Logan scheduled for April 9 has been changed to April 22.

Week 4 scores: Newark 4, Irvington 3; American 12, Kennedy 2;  Logan 17, Washington 0 (5 inn.); American 18, Mission 3; Irvington at Kennedy (ppd. rain)

Week 3 scores: Newark 5, Washington 3; Logan 10, Mission 0; Irvington 4, American 2; Logan 9, Irvington 6; Newark 21, Mission 0 (5 inn.); Washington d. Kennedy.
Week 2 scores: Newark 10, Kennedy 0 (5 inn.), Mission 8, Irvington 2, American 5, Washington 3; Irvington 12, Washington 2 (5 inn.); Logan 2, American 0; Mission 3, Kennedy 2
Week 1 scores:
Newark 4, Logan 3; Irvington 4, Kennedy 1; American 9, Mission 2; Washington 7, Mission 4; Logan 11, Kennedy 0 (5 inn.); Newark 6, American 5.

Pitching records: Chapa (NM) 3-0, Sclafani (NM) 3-0, Schwartz (JL) 2-0, Martinez (JL) 3-1, Campbell (Irv.) 4-2, Brown (A) 4-3, Cistone (Wash.) 1-3, Bartlett (JFK) 0-1, Condeff (JFK) 0-2, Samad (MSJ) 0-2, Day (MSJ) 1-4.

 

HAAL

Baseball

Team W L Pct. GB Overall
Bishop O’Dowd 8 1 .888 _ 12-2
Mt. Eden 5 2 .714 2 7-7
Arroyo 5 2 .714 2 7-5
Castro Valley 5 3 .625 2 1/2 8-4
San Leandro 4 3 .571 3 6-5
Hayward 4 3 .571 3 4-9
Moreau Catholic 2 7 .222 6 2-11
San Lorenzo 1 6 .142 6 2-9
Tennyson 0 7 .000 7 2-9

Tuesday scores: Bishop O’Dowd 14, Moreau Catholic 2
Wednesday’s scores: Arroyo 4, Bishop O’Dowd 3; Castro Valley 7, Moreau Catholic 1.

Thursday’s slate: San Leandro at San Lorenzo, 3:30 p.m.
Note: Arroyo vs. San Leandro and Tennyson vs. San Lorenzo were both rained out on Tuesday.

 

Softball

Team W L Pct. GB Overall
Castro Valley 7 0 1.000 _ 7-2
Bishop O’Dowd 7 0 1.000 _ 11-0
Moreau Catholic 5 2 .714 2 8-2
Arroyo 4 2 .667 2 1/2 9-4
San Leandro 4 3 .571 3 4-7
Hayward 2 5 .285 5 6-6
Mt. Eden 1 6 .142 6 2-7
Tennyson 1 6 .142 6 2-8
San Lorenzo 0 7 .000 7 0-10

Tuesday’s slate: Moreau Catholic vs. Bishop O’Dowd at Pacific Park, San Lorenzo at Tennyson, San Leandro at Arroyo, all 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday’s slate: Moreau Catholic at Castro Valley, Arroyo vs. Bishop O’Dowd at Thrasher Park, both 3:30 p.m.
Note: All Tuesday’s games were rained out.

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  • Mark Marino

    Hats off to Newark Memorial on their hard fought 2-1 victory over Irvington tonight.

  • Steve R. Waterhouse

    Great, great high school game!

  • Michael Bower

    Arroyo scoring three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to come back and beat Bishop O’Dowd 4-3 was also a very good game.