The Crescenta Valley High School varsity baseball team was edged at Arcadia, 5-4, in a Pacific League game on Tuesday.
Everett Pam went 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI, Jake Deno went 3-for-4 and Tyler Garland went 2-for-4 with a run. Picher Nico Terenzi allowed five runs (three earned) on nine hits and three walks with a pair of strikeouts. Jimmy Spears recorded a hit, an RBI and a walk, Brandon Kwon tallied a hit and an RBI, Dashiell Schultz had a base hit, and Jake Rendo walked and scored once.
The loss created a tie atop the league standings between the Falcons (12-1 in league, 20-5 overall) and the Apaches (12-1, 19-4). The deciding matchup was played at Stengel Field last night; the game ended after the Glendale News-Press’ deadline and will be included in next week’s issue.
CVHS previously picked up a 10-2 league victory at Burroughs High in Burbank as Connor Campbell pitched a complete game, allowing two runs (one earned) on eight hits and no walks with two strikeouts. Schultz went 2-for-4 with a double, two RBIs and a run, Deno went 2-for-5 with an RBI and a run, and Ryan Ivanyi went 2-for-5 with a run. Spears registered a hit, two runs, two steals and a walk while Rendo tallied a hit and a steal. Pam finished with a walk, a run and stole a base while Garland walked and scored twice. Terenzi recorded an RBI and a walk while Kwon scored once.
The CIF-Southern Section playoff brackets will be released on Monday, May 1, at 10 a.m.
The Tornados lost at Muir High in Pasadena, 7-1, in a Pacific League game last Friday.
Junior Bryan Olmedo tallied a hit, three steals and a run, senior Fernando Gallegos finished with a hit and an RBI, and freshman pitcher Jordan Mahler recorded four strikeouts over 5.1 innings. Junior Julian Corral walked once and stole a base while freshman Isaiah Magana walked once.
Eighth-place Hoover (4-20 overall, 0-13 in league) hosted Glendale for its season finale yesterday; the game ended after the Glendale News-Press’ deadline and will be included in next week’s issue.
The Nitros lost at Pasadena, 10-2, in a Pacific League game last Thursday. Individual statistics were not reported to the Glendale News-Press.
Sixth-place Glendale (10-15 overall, 5-8 in league) visited Hoover High for its season finale yesterday; the game ended after the Glendale News-Press’ deadline and will be included in next week’s issue.
First published in the April 29 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.