Community College Super Regional Baseball Playoffs at Cook-Sypher Field in Santa Rosa, California.
All the league championships for the NBL and SCL in the baseball and softball world are decided.
No. 1 Petaluma and No. 2 Maria Carrillo took care of the softball side of things on Thursday.
One of Four Super Regional is being host by SRJC starting on Friday. The winner advances to the State Final Four at Fresno City College which begins on May 17th.
If you’re a fan of Casa Grande there are a lot of bright sides, even though its 21 game winning streak has come to an end.
One is obvious; they are still NBL Baseball Champions for 2013. The other would be that this game didn’t happen next week during the NBL post season tournament or the following week when the Section playoffs begin.
With a win Carrillo can clinch a tie for the NBL Title.
In 2012 Analy finished 9-15 overall and 5-7 in SCL play. That was quite an improvement over the 2011 numbers of 4-19 and 1-11. The hope for moving up the ladder even more didn’t seem to promising when they opened this season with a 4-3 loss to Santa Rosa. After that this season has been pure goal.
When doing the YSN rankings they are always subject to debate and sometimes leads to some lively back and forth between management and customer. This spring, weekly rankings have had some comments, but not all that much.
That is probably because there is no debate at the top.
For the Santa Rosa Junior College baseball team, whatever happens next week—and there is a next week, they have made a memory.
On a nice spring Saturday afternoon in nearly six hours there was 20 innings of suspenseful baseball. When it was all said and done, they pulled off the doubleheader sweep they needed and advance to the State Regionals, which they host next week.
The SRJC baseball season is on the brink.
The No. 1 ranked team in the state all season is this close to a disappointing end. In fact if they don’t sweep a doubleheader today it will be a disappointing end. They were put in the desperate position with a 5-3 loss to Los Medanos in the opening game of the best of three series in the first round of the state playoffs.
Cardinals Track and Field Throwers signing to compete at four year Universities.