NCS baseball brackets

Here are the 2012 North Coast Section baseball seedings. I’ll update the post as brackets become available.

Tuesday’s first round

No. 13 Mission San Jose (12-11) at No. 4 San Ramon Valley (16-8), 4 p.m.
No. 15 San Leandro (13-11) at No. 2 Deer Valley (20-3), 4 p.m.
No. 11 James Logan (15-9) at No. 6 Foothill (15-8), 4 p.m.
Wednesday’s first round
No. 9 Heritage (15-9) at No. 8 Castro Valley (17-7), 4 p.m.
No. 12 Liberty (13-11) at No. 5 Granada (15-9), 4 p.m.
No. 10 California (12-12) at No. 7 Bishop O’Dowd (16-8), 4 p.m.
No. 14 Berkeley (12-12) at No. 3 Monte Vista (14-10), 4 p.m.
Saturday’s quarterfinal
Heritage/Castro Valley winner at No. 1 De La Salle (17-7), 1 p.m.

Tuesday’s first round

No. 16 Pinole Valley (13-11) at No. 1 Campolindo (19-7), 4 p.m.
No. 13 Arroyo (14-10) at No. 4 Newark Memorial (20-5), 4 p.m.
No. 15 Rancho Cotate (12-13) at No. 2 Dougherty Valley (18-6), 4 p.m.
No. 14 Washington (13-10) at No. 3 Casa Grande (19-6), 4 p.m.
Wednesday’s first round
No. 8 Dublin (12-11) at No. 9 Cardinal Newman (20-6), 4 p.m.
No. 12 Maria Carrillo (18-8) at No. 5 College Park (18-6), 4 p.m.
No. 10 Northgate (20-4) at No. 7 Clayton Valley (19-5), 4 p.m.
No. 6 Petaluma (15-11) vs. No. 11 Alameda (17-7) at Lincoln Park, 4 p.m.

Tuesday’s first round

No. 9 San Marin (16-9) vs. No. 8 El Cerrito (16-7-1) at Contra Costa College, 4 p.m.
No. 12 Kennedy-Fremont (10-14) at No. 5 Alhambra (12-12), 7 p.m.
No. 14 Eureka (10-12) vs. No. 3 Sir Francis Drake (18-9) at Alberts Park, 7 p.m.
Wednesday’s first round
No. 13 Hercules (10-11) vs. No. 4 Sonoma Valley (21-5) at Arnold Field, 7 p.m.
No. 10 Novato (11-13) at No. 7 Encinal (17-8), 4 p.m.
No. 11 Albany (11-11) at No. 6 Tamalpais (18-7), 4 p.m.
Friday/Saturday quarterfinals
San Marin/El Cerrito winner at No. 1 Acalanes (17-7), TBA
Novato/Encinal winner at No. 2 Miramonte (14-10), TBA

Tuesday’s first round

No. 9 McKinleyville (15-6) at No. 8 St. Helena (18-6), 4 p.m.
No. 13 Fort Bragg (11-12) at No. Justin-Siena (19-6), 4 p.m.
No. 10 Berean Christian (12-11) vs. No. 7 Piedmont (17-9) at Humphries Diamond, 4 p.m.
No. 14 Clear Lake (12-10) at No. 3 Salesian (18-5-1), 4 p.m.
Wednesday’s first round
No. 12 Moreau Catholic (9-15) vs. No. 5 Arcata (18-4) at Arcata Ball Park, 7 p.m.
No. 15 Lick Wilmerding (13-11) at No. 2 St. Mary’s (20-5), 4 p.m.
No. 11 Kelseyville (12-7) vs. No. 6 Healdsburg (14-8) at Mendocino College, 7 p.m.
Saturday’s quarterfinal
McKinleyville/St. Helena winner vs. No. 1 Marin Catholic (17-7-1) at Alberts Park, TBA

Tuesday’s first round

No. 9 South Fork (16-6) vs. No. 8 College Prep (11-7) at Caldecott North Oakland Sport Field, 4 p.m.
No. 11 Upper Lake (6-10) at No. 6 Athenian (13-6), 4 p.m.
Wednesday’s first round
No. 10 International (10-12) vs. No. 7 Branson (7-16) at San Francisco State, 4 p.m.
Friday’s quarterfinals
South Fork/College Prep winner at No. 1 Valley Christian (19-4), 4 p.m.
Athenian/Upper Lake winner at No. 3 Head-Royce (16-7), 4 p.m.
Saturday’s quarterfinals
International/Branson winner at No. 2 St. Bernard Catholic (17-3), 1 p.m.
No. 5 Stuart Hall (13-4) at No. 4 St. Vincent (21-3), 1 p.m.

Tuesday’s first round

No. 5 Ferndale (5-13) vs. No. Pescadero (14-6) at Half Moon Bay Baseball Field, TBA
No. 6 Potter Valley (9-6) at No. 3 Point Arena (14-4), 4 p.m.
Wednesday’s first round
No. 8 Alameda Community Learning Charter (11-3) at No. 1 Fremont Christian (18-8), 4 p.m.
No. 7 San Francisco Waldorf (8-10) at No. 2 Tomales (12-4), 4 p.m.

Stephanie Hammon

  • Prep Fan

    The final game of the season made a huge difference in seeding for the EBAL teams. Had Cal beaten DLS on Thursday, they would have been in a 4-way tie for first place, and would have had the tiebreaker as they would have beaten each of the other 3 teams the second time around as well as MV twice. Had Cal won, Deer Valley would have likely been the top seed, but DLS came through and now gets a bye as well as home field throughout. Cal may not have gotten a higher seed than DLS, but would have been ahead of MV and likely a top 5 seed for winning the EBAL. Instead, Cal falls all the way down to #10 behind both Granada and Foothill and MV moves all the way up to #3 on the basis of their extra inning comeback win over archrival SRV Friday. Cal gets a rematch travelling to BOD who took them out last year with Joe Ross’ gem, while MV hosts Berkeley.

    D1 seeds 1-6 are a bunch of EBAL teams & Deer Valley. We’ll see if any of the lower seeded team can make some noise this week. The Logan-Foothill matchup is intriguing as last year’s NCS champion Colts are facing the preseason #1 Falcons, and both are capable of making a deep run in the playoffs. It’ll be interesting to see If Heritage throws Blackburn in round 1 vs. Castro Valley or tries to save him for a possible 2nd round matchup with top seed DLS. Without him, they may not beat CV, but with him they have a legitimate shot vs. DLS.

    For D2, the top 5 seeds are what I had predicted last week, due to the head to head matchups, as well as CP’s losing their finale to BC. Northgate took a big drop by losing to CP & CV in their final 2 games to finish in 3rd place, and are now the #10 seed despite a 20-4 record. They’ll get a rematch with CV on Wednesday in what should be another battle.

    Miramonte gets the #2 seed in D3 despite finishing in last place in the rough and tumble DFAL. Having split with top seed Acalanes in the regular season, they just might be able to pull off a worst to first in the same season.

  • Voice of Reason

    The DFAL gets the top 2 seeds in both D2 & D3, speaking to the strength of the league. Even though Dougherty Valley loses their last 3 games, they get rewarded with the #2 seed.

    Last year’s D1 champion, Logan, wins their league by virtue of their two wins against Newark, but loses the playoff game to Newark and drops all the way to the 11 seed; ouch.

    Do you think De La Salle will be hoping Blackburn pitches against Castro Valley? Absolutely! If Heritage wants to win the game they pitch Blackburn; if they want to win the Section title, they save Blackburn for De La Salle. I bet the latter.

  • EastBay Ray

    I would not cry for Cal just yet, Prep Fan. Even with their seed, they get a scrappy, but overmatched D3 team (they petition up for baseball) without a dominant pitcher in BOD, and then will likely face an overrated Deer Valley squad in the second round. I have them pretty easily into the semi round, with a good chance to win it all.

  • redandblue2

    Hard not to look ahead in the playoffs, but……..

    De La Salle vs Heritage (with Blackburn on the mound)

    How about #4 Newark Memorial vs #5 College Park? Could we see two of the top pitchers in Flexen & DeMers face each other in this contest? Or will they throw their second line starters in an effort to save their #1 versus a possible date with Campolindo, should they make it that far?

    Dougherty Valley against either Clayton Valley or Northgate will be a great game.

    Should San Marin win their opening game we would get a rematch of the D3 finals from last year between Acalanes & San Marin. Wouldn’t it be great if it went extra innings?

    The prospect of an all DFAL finals in both D2 & D3 at the Coliseum is intriguing as well.

  • Prep Fan

    East Bay Ray, I’m not crying for Cal, just noting how much that one loss had affected them in terms of seeding. You’re right, they actually got as good of a draw as they could have hoped for, except they are on the road. They get a rematch against the team that beat them last year, and these teams have a history of matchups at NCS that goes back a few years as well.

    And then a possible shot at #2 Deer Valley if both teams win. Cal has already beaten seeds #3, #4, #5 & #6, so if they can beat #7 BOD & #2 DV, they’ll have quite a nice resume moving forward in their pursuit of a possible rematch with #1 DLS at the Coliseum. Gotta get it done on the field tomorrow first though before they can look ahead.

  • Prep Fan

    One early surprise in D1 where Mission San Jose shocked #4 SRV 3-2 this afternoon in Danville. #1 DLS had a bye, #2 DV beat up on San Leandro 10-1, and #6 Foothill knocked off defending D1 champ Logan 4-2.

    In D2 the top 4 seeds held up without any of them even allowing so much as a run. #1 Campo clubbed PV 10-0 in 5 innings, #2 Dougherty annihilated Rancho Cotate 19-0 in just 5 innings, #3 Casa Grande blanked Washington 2-0, and #4 Newark shut out HAAL champion Arroyo 10-0.

  • Prep Fan

    SRV continues to struggle in the postseason, as the Wolves have only won 2 playoff games total since their NCS championship run in 2004. They notched single victories in both 2010 and 2007. Last year they were knocked off in their opener as the #1 seed by Heritage and Paul Blackburn.

  • Prep Fan

    @4 Redandblue2: Flexen threw a complete game 1-hitter yesterday to beat Arroyo, so he won’t be available for the potential Flexen-DeMers matchup on Saturday should CP win tonight. But that means he would be avaialble should they win and move on to face Campo. Newark was only ahead 1-0 going into the 5th inning so they must have felt they needed to keep him in there. Newark scored 9 runs in the final 2 innings but Flexen was already spent. We’ll see if CP throws DeMers against Maria Carillo tonight or try to save him for Newark. They may have him start and take him out early if they get a lead, which is probably what Newark was hoping to do.

  • FNL680

    PF- he could go 3 innings next game and that would be his 30 outs for the week. It’s do or die time and if needed, or deemed appropriate, could go for 9 more outs. He’s a big kid, with solid mechanics. A few stellar EB pitchers have gone in the second game of the week late in League this year with mixed results.

  • Gary Coleman

    FNL680 – If Flexen throws 106 pitches on Tuesday and then throws 3 innings on Saturday..I’d say that’s not very wise.

  • Oh Boy


    I don’t think that is appropriate. A coach should look past the moment and treat the playoffs (“do or die time”)just as they would preseason or league. Don’t sacrifice a kid’s arm or health just to win a ball game.

  • Prep Fan

    I don’t think FNL was saying what should be done, but more what was allowed under the rules. Obviously the coach has to take into account a lot of factors, most importantly the kid’s arm & future. But if they’re trying to protect a 1-run lead late and need an out, I wouldn’t be surprise to see him.

    I know Joe Ross last year threw a complete game 1-hitter in the first round, just like Flexen, and was then used in relief a few days later in a tight game in round 2.

  • FNL680

    @11-Oh boy, Prep fan reads it correctly. Look up the NFHS rules and that’s what I’m referring to. 30 outs Monday through Saturday or three appearances. I have no stake in what the NM pitching guidelines are. That’s exactly why I said, “deemed appropriate.” I would say the pitcher who threw 150+ in a single game would be inappropriate. If a pitcher throws 80 appearance one, and after three days rest throws 30, that could be considered “not” inappropriate. Too subjective to argue that one way or another since we are not (those) coaches…

  • Prep Fan

    #10 Cal beat #7 BOD in Oakland tonight 8-4, avenging last year’s loss to the Dragons while knocking BOD out of the playoffs for the 3rd time in the last 6 years. Heritage also went on the road to edge #8 CV 2-1 as Blackburn went the distance. Granada beat Liberty 6-2 and MV shut out Berkeley 3-0. The D1 bracket sets up as follows:

    #9 Heritage @ #1 DLS Sat.
    #13 MSJ @ #5 Granada Fri.
    #10 Cal @ #2 DV Sat.
    #6 Foothill @ #3 MV Sat.

    In D2 action, CP topped Maria Carillo 5-3 with DeMers going the distance and will face Newark with both DeMers and Flexen having pitched complete games in round 1. CV outlasted NG in another classic extra inning affair 4-3 as Mazza had a CG, and will travel to DV Friday. Petaluma beat Alameda and moves on to meet Casa Grande while Cardinal Newman dropped Dublin and now faces top seeded Campo Saturday.

    It looks like no teams saved their aces this round, with the exception of DLS who had the only bye in D1 or D2.

  • dnrapp

    Just read that CP had 8 stolen bases in their game. After watching the Arroyo/NM, CP should be able to run on NM’s catcher, he was having throwing the ball to 2nd and even trouble throwing it back to the pitcher. If Arroyo was faster and was able to get more runners on they could caused problems.

  • Dr. Dreamcatcher

    The Dr.’s in the house. Come one come all, it’s playoff time. I’m calling DLS to win it all in D1 and Campo to win it all in D2. I know, I know, those are pretty bold predictions but that’s why I’m a Dr.!

    Who is left in D1 that can upset the mighty DLS crew!? Nobody!

    Who can dare to beat the talented Campo bunch!? Nobody!

    Both are unbeatable and I’m sticken to it.

  • A real heart breaking loss for Castro Valley. Heritage 2 runs came when a little league, inning ending pop up was dropped and allowed Heritage 2 runs to score.

  • Bottomofthe9th


    Demers or Flexen will pitch in that round.
    Should Campo beat CN (I don’t see why they shouldn’t), you don’t think either of them can beat Campo?

  • In Div 4 the three BSAL teams made it to round 2 while the only other East Bay teams in the field, Moreau and Berean suffered first round losses. On Friday St. Mary’s hosts Piedmont and Kelseyville visits Salesian. The Pride is lucky to be alive, barely surviving a dismal game with Clear Lake in extra innings. Hopefully the kids will pull it together in time to set up a likely rematch with St. Mary’s in the semis.

    I notice an interesting Div 3 game on Saturday with Encinal and Miramonte. I’ve never seen Miramonte while the Jets floundered toward the end of the season. Does anyone have a read on that game? Div 3 isn’t getting much action on this board.

  • Dr. Dreamcatcher

    Campo is unbeatable!!! What’s a Demer or Flexan? Some kinda sports medicine? Go DLS and Go Campo!!!

  • Bottomofthe9th

    With a record of 20-4-1 apparently they are beatable.

  • Baseball Scout

    In DI play, it will be an all EBAL final 4. Granada will travel to De La Salle and Cal will travel to Monte Vista. Granada and De La Salle split games in league going 1-1 and Cal beat Monte Vista both league games this year. But, Monte Vista is one of the hottest teams right now. Should be a great Wednesday of semi-final baseball!

  • Prep Fan

    Another great game Wednesday will be the D2 semifinal with frosh sensation Joe DeMers of College Park going up against top seeded Campo.

  • redandblue2

    Interesting D2 bracket breakdown. The upper half featured 4 league winners while the lower half featured 2nd & 3rd place teams.

    Wednesday features all everything freshman DeMers vs Campolindo. Of the 4 semi-final D1/D2 games, Campo vs College Park is definitely the marquee game.

    In D1 we are left with an EBAL final 4.

    Finally, there is still the possibility of the top 3 divisions having the championship determined by two teams within the same league.

  • Chuck


    What difference does the league champ or 2nd and third make? Deer Valley was a league champ and we all knew, the most overrated team in the poll’s and boom, they’re already done playin. The EBAL and DFAL probably each have 3 teams if not 4 that were better than them. Teams get their seeds, then they fill them in. You mention D2, I think the committee got this bracket right. Now we’ve got a darkhorse in Petaluma looking to make some noise.

  • redandblue2

    As i mentioned in an earlier post, I thought College Park deserved the #2 seed over the other teams by virtue of winning their league which featured 2 other quality teams in Northgate and Clayton Valley. Clearly, their one loss to Berean Christian hurt them more than the 3 consecutive losses Dougherty Valley suffered to end the season.

    In any event, it really doesn’t matter; you play the hand you are dealt with. College Park has a great opportunity with perhaps the best player in the east bay in a generation pitching on Wednesday. It appears Campo will counter with Shelton who has been dominant himself of late. Prediction here is a low scoring one run game; flip a coin.

  • Prep Fan

    I predicted DV would get the #2 seed & CP the #5 seed and they did, but I do agree CP deserved better. The losses to #4 Newark and #3 Casa Grande earlier in the season hurt them more than the Berean loss. As much as league champs get a good chance at higher seeds, head to head matchups are really the only fair way to seed it when the teams are close in records and from different leagues. Had they won those games or not even played them, I think CP gets the #2 seed.

    But CP beat Newark in the playoffs Saturday when it counted most. Flexen did come in and throw 3 innings of shutout relief on Saturday to bring his innings count to the maximum 10 for the week. But the damage was already done as CP was ahead 2-1 when he came in and neither team scored again. Although its a lot to expect a freshman to be able to tame the top seeded Cougars with several D1 players in the lineup, the kid is good beyond his years. I just don’t know if CP can score enough runs even if DeMers were to throw a great game.

  • Chuck

    College Park did not deserve the 2 seed. Seeding is more about WHO you beat, than winning a mediocre league. The panel that seeded D2 did a great job. They carved out the head to head games well. CP lost to Newark and Casa. That hurt them. Dougherty got the 2 seed and if you look at their quality wins you see why. Campolindo, Newark Memorial, Casa Grande. College Park simply can’t roll out 3 wins that match those.

  • Prep Fan

    @28 – Which is exactly why I had them pegged as the #5 seed. The committee can’t ignore the head to head matchups.

    Some great games on tap this afternoon. We’ll see who can extend their seasons to the final day and who goes down one game short of the finals.

  • Diamonddog

    Well, the Campo-College Park showdown didn’t materialize. Campolindo, whose pitching has been superb all season, but whose bats can be off and on, put together a complete game, blanking CP 10-0. Demers wasn’t helped by a few 1st inning errors, and he wasn’t locating pitches. Campolindo’s division 1 signees and commits were hitting the ball hard and often, with Washington bound Cushing gettting 4 hits and 3 RBIs and UCLA commit Stephens going yard twice with 4 RBIs. The freshman is talented but was overmatched today by the older kids. CP could not catch any breaks as their rallies were stopped by line drive double plays, diving catches in the outfield, and a questionable bases loaded K by CP. Great season by CP and look for them to be title contenders in the future with their young stars.

  • redandblue2

    Campolindo showed they were a complete team this afternoon and outplayed a College Park team that is still a year or so away from prime time. Shelton threw his fifth consecutive game without allowing an earned run and the Oregon State commit has shown he is certainly one of the top pitchers in the east bay.

    DeMers is certainly a huge talent but Campo faced a number of talented pitchers from southern California that were his equal and it paid off; Demers relied on his off speed pitches and it got him in trouble in the first inning. The CP defense did not help DeMers either. However, Demets gave up a Stephens home run and back to back fence rattling doubles that ended his day after 3 innings.

    College Park was theiir own worst enemy on the bases as well

  • redandblue2

    Campo has outscored their playoff opponents 33-3 and with a win over Doughtery Valley, no small task, they still have a shot to finish as the #1 team in California. With Marvel on the shelf due to injury, the Cougar championsip aspirations rest on the shoulders of sophomore Ladrech who is 7-0 this season, facing DV’s ace Snider.

  • Prep Fan

    #10 seeded Cal High knocks off #3 seed Monte Vista 5-2 to advance to the Coliseum Saturday to face the top seed DLS. Cal has beaten every team seeded 2 through 7 this year and now has an opportunity to take on the #1 seed to try to complete their unexpected run to the NCS championship. Go Grizz!

    With Dougherty in the D2 finals, both San Ramon schools will be there at the Coliseum Saturday going for the upsets.

  • St. Mary’s moved on to the D4 finals with a 10-5 victory over Salesian. The Pride played well and battled Flemer all game but the kid was just too much, got the outs when he needed them to end multiple rallies. Salesian’s team is likely stronger overall but no match on the hill.

    Panther junior Mahoney clobbered three home runs and Flemer chipped in with another as St. Mary’s jumped out to a 4-0 lead early and never surrendered it.

    Though not a factor in the outcome the three man umpiring crew was truly dreadful, some of the worst game calling I’ve ever seen. Bad day for the men in blue.

    St. Mary’s gets top seeded Marin Catholic in the finals Saturday morning, good luck to them representing the BSAL and the East Bay.

  • FNL680

    Interesting Cal/MV side stories, unreported with BANG writers spread thin due to multiple venues, track, etc.
    Cal LHP Nate D’Emilio only went 2/3 of an inning vs. DeerV but bounced back superbly with a gritty throwing 5 2/3 of two hit shutout ball against the very hot Mustangs.
    With Western Kentucky-bound IFer Thomas Peter out of NCS with injury, fellow senior Farley has responded. His solo shot in the 4th ignited the Grizzlies, leading the improbable meeting at O.co reaching base 11 of 12 thus far in NCS. Farley (QB) and Guardino (WR), (in week 5 -EBAL FB vs MV- who connected on the final drive 5 times, including the :13 to go TD and winning 2 pointer) started the big 4 run 5th for the Grizz, both singling/scoring.

    Congrats to the Grizzlies.

  • FNL680

    correction: 4 runs in the sixth.

  • Prep Fan

    Much like Cal’s John Sarmenta was a thorn in the side of DLS last year, with his amazing catch in the back of the end zone of the Onside Kick game, his extra inning walk-off home run to beat them in the first meeting and his 2 run single during the 8 run uprising in the last 2 innings to overcome a 5 run deficit and overtake the Spartans for 2nd place in the EBAL last season, Farley and Guardino have plagued the Mustags this year.

    With their backs to the wall in football, they got it done in the final minute & the 2-point conversion, then when they needed a victory just to make NCS this year, they beat MV in the final week, and now to knock off the #3 seed for a date at the Coliseum tomorrow with defending NCS runner up DLS. A clean sweep of MV this year by Farley, Guardino & Co.

    Well done boys. Good luck tomorrow. Go Grizz!

  • junior

    it is fascinating how often Prep mentions DLS in his posts …

  • Prep Fan

    Seems Cal is facing DLS tomorrow in the baseball finals. Not really time to talk about Livermore or Amador Valley. Go Grizz!

  • Prep Poop

    Can’t wait till football season. Figure you got Cal penciled in the state game already.

  • FNL680

    Another irony is that one of MVs AD/HC Bergman’s choices for QB in the Holiday Classic East Bay vs Sac was none other than Farley. Apparently there were 60 plays in the playbook for that game- needed get-up-to-speed signal callers- but the Mack QB went down in Q2. The Cal-MV quartet (MV’s AC was alongside with Cal AD Kravitz) had to work through many of them, and Jimmy knows how cold it was, to beat the state all-time passing leader. Respected foes know how to work with each other for the greater good.

  • Chuck

    Did you guys hear the Campolindo Coach’s interview on Baypreps.com??? Go to Baypreps.com and there’s a pre-game interview for the Dougherty Valley vs Campolindo game and the Campo coach sounds like the biggest jerk ever. Throwing College Park’s 15 year old Freshman pitcher under the bus as well as Northgates whole team and Clayton Valley’s whole team.

  • Dudleydawson

    why is marin catholic not playing in d3 like they do in football? Why petion up for one sport & not the other?

  • FNL680

    @42. That is definetely a wow interview. Not sure why a high school coach would take an obviously adversarial approach to a reporter whom he knows will publish it. The questions were pretty much softball for the 5:00. Certainly not an enduring way to earn respect for your program on the eve of a possible awesome achievement.

  • Prep Fan

    Yeah, that interview by Luckhurst did not paint him in a very good light. The frosh pitcher for CP was 9-1 coming into the game. I don’t think the reporter was out of line at all for calling him an outstanding pitcher. If anything, that should have been an opportunity for Luckhurst to say that DeMers had a nice season and how proud he is of his kids for breaking through against him, and now they need to focus on the next team. Instead he tears down the kid as well as the teams he has played against. I’ve heard some negative rumblings about Luckhurst from people familiar with him, but this is my first time hearing the guy talk. Wow is right.

  • redandblue2

    Campo achieved the threepeat tonight, defeating a very worthy opponent in Dougherty Valley, 6-3. In the end Campo benefited from seeing Snider a third time this season as they put together one good at-bat after another.

    It was a day for the sophomores for the Cougars as Ladrech ran his record to 8-0 in besting the Wildcats. Soph Karas provided the biggest blow with a bases clearing double to make the score 5-1.

    With the victory the Cougars set a school record with 23 victories and a top 3 ranking in the state and likely a top 10 national ranking.

  • catball05

    Wow, that interview on baypreps was unbelievable. Why agree for an interview if you are going to insult the guy over and over again for asking basic questions about a game? .

  • FreeMonty

    Not surprised by the interview, same thing happened post game at oCo when asked about sniders performance,. Everyone in the DFAL knows this is standard practice for Campos arrogant coaching staff