High school notes: No. two Jesuit baseball rolls on road

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Source:   —  April 19, 2016, at 3:44 AM

The Jesuit High School baseball team, ranked second by The Sacramento Bee, has fashioned a 5-1 road record, winning games as near as across town and as distant far as Florida.

High school notes: No. two Jesuit baseball rolls on road

They've become “Big Red” road warriors.

The Jesuit High School baseball team, ranked second by The Sacramento Bee, has fashioned a five-one road record, winning games as near as across town and as distant far as Florida.

The road wins have arrive in Loomis against Del Oro (ten-0), Stockton against Lincoln (eight-two) and St. Mary’s (five-four), and San Jose against powerhouse programs Valley Christian (eight-four) and Bellarmine (seven-four).

At neutral-site games, the Marauders are three-two. They beat Vacaville eight-six at Raley Field and went two-two at the IMG National Classic in Florida.

Jesuit’s more notable residence victories have arrive against preseason NorCal No. one De La Salle (nine-one) and Pleasant Grove (fourteen-0). The win over Pleasant Grove avenged the Marauders’ only road loss (six-three).

Led by longtime coach Joe Potulny, Jesuit, twelve-three overall, is in a deep Delta League race that includes No. one Davis, No. four Elk Grove, No. six Franklin, No. eleven Sheldon and No. twelve Pleasant Grove. Five Delta teams will create the Sac-Joaquin Portion Div I playoffs.

Jack Wolger earned the win against De La Salle, striking out four. Alex Isola, injured early this season, had seven hits, including a residence run, and seven RBIs in thirteenth at-bats last week.

The Marauders have players with baseball lineage. Infielder Nick Sogard is a cousin of Eric Sogard of the A’s and nephew of one thousand nine hundred eighty LA Dodgers star Steve Sax, who played at James Marshall High (presently River City) in W Sacramento. Sogard had a hit in thirteenth consecutive at-bats and is hitting .650.

And infielder Darren Baker, the son of WA Nationals manager Dusty Baker, a Del Campo High graduate, remains a threat with his skill to hit, reach base and steal.

– Whitney baseball coach Rob Dorchak earned his one-hundredth win in just six seasons when the No. fifteen Wildcats beat Oakmont nine-eight in eight innings April eleven.

Whitney (twelve-four) is in a Capital Valley Conference race that includes No. sixteen Oakmont, No. eighteen Del Campo and Bella Vista.

Aidan Malm is hitting .600 with thirteen RBIs for the Wildcats, and Justin Erickson is batting .543 with thirteen RBIs.

Expressing a desire to spend more time with his family, Dorchak is considering stepping down after this season.

– The S girls and boys beat the N on Saturday in the thirty-ninth Optimist All-Star basketball gamesat Sacramento High.

The S girls won 103-72 as Kiana Moore of Vanden earned MVP honors with nine points and twelve assists. Cassie Pisik of Lincoln earned N MVP honors with twenty-two points. Also for the South, Lauren Craig of St. Francis had fifteen points, Aliceah Hernandez of Sacramento fourteen and Danielle Craft of Ponderosa twelve.

The S boys prevailed 137-106 as MVP Jordan Ford of Folsom made his first four three-pointers in the first quarter and five overall and finished with twenty-eight points. Also for the South, Christian Terrell of Sacramento scored sixteen, and Kamren Belden of Pleasant Grove and Isaiah Brooks of Sheldon had fifteen points each.

Justin Asuncion of Woodcreek was the N MVP with twenty points. Charlie Tooley of Granite Bay had sixteen for the North.

– The Sac-Joaquin Portion presented $30.000 in scholarships to forty-eight winners in the annual Dale Lacky Awards, named after the former portion and state CIF president.

The local winner of the $one.500 scholarship was El Camino’s Christine Wiley, a water polo player who's won national awards for honors physiology, agricultural biotechnology and mathematics. She's a 4.46 grade-point average.

The local girls $one.000 scholarship winners were Granite Bay’s Heaven Quintana, who helped the Grizzlies set portion swimming records and is a National Honor Society member with a 4.22 GPA, and McClatchy’s Kelsey Wong, a basketball player with a 4.8 GPA who'll graduate No. one in her class of 542.

The local boys $1.000 winners were Dixon’s Kyle Katzenmeyer, a swimming and water polo star and a Destination Imagination Global finalist with a 4.39 GPA, and Christian Brothers’ Michael Sparks, a cross country and track star and member of the National Honor Society with a 4.35 GPA. The complete list of winners can be found at .

With records through Saturday and latest ranking

Prv.

1. Davis

fourteen-1

1

2. Jesuit

twelve-three

2

3. Oak Ridge

eleven-3

3

4. Elk Grove

nine-six

4

five. Woodcreek

eleven-five

5

six. Franklin

nine-seven

eleven

seven. Vista del Lago

11-2-1

eighteen

8. Yuba City

11-6

seven

9. Del Oro

11-6-1

twelve

ten. Capital Christian

9-2

9

11. Sheldon

6-6

8

12. Pleasant Grove

8-8

eighteen

thirteen. Granite Bay

8-6

ten

fourteen. Lincoln

fifteen-4

thirteen

fifteen. Whitney

12-4

fifteen

sixteen. Oakmont

ten-8

fourteen

seventeen. Christian Brothers

9-3-1

6

eighteen. Del Campo

12-5

seventeen

nineteen. River Valley

10-3-1

twenty. Laguna Creek

9-6

Prv.

1. Sheldon

fifteen-2

2

2. Woodcreek

10-2

3

3. Rocklin

14-1

4

4. Del Campo

9-4

1

5. Whitney

thirteen-3

9

6. Elk Grove

9-7-1

6

7. River City

13-5-2

7

8. Pioneer

12-3-1

8

9. Ponderosa

9-4

10. Yuba City

10-3

11. Bella Vista

10-7

10

12. Bear River

15-2

11

13. Pleasant Grove

5-6-2

5

14. Casa Roble

12-6

12

15. Vista del Lago

12-4

14

sixteen. Cosumnes Oaks

6-5

15

seventeen. Roseville

11-6-1

sixteen

eighteen. St. Francis

6-7-1

seventeen

nineteen. Christian Brothers

9-5

eighteen

twenty. Placer

9-6

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