Prep Roundup: Tigers, Pirates each drop two in tourney

San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay come up short on second day of eight-team SLO event

sports@thetribunenews.comApril 26, 2014 

Eight baseball teams traveled to San Luis Obispo High for the second day of the San Luis Obispo Tournament hosted by the Tigers on Saturday.

San Luis Obispo (3-15) dropped both games it played Saturday, losing 8-1 to San Ramon Valley and 3-2 to Agoura in nine innings.

Brandon Mallory led the team with one run scored and one RBI on the day.

Jeremy Jess was 2 for 4 with a double and drove in one run in the second game against Agoura, and Zach Frederick threw all nine innings, giving up two earned runs and seven hits.

Morro Bay also lost both of its games.

The Pirates (3-13) lost to San Ramon Valley 5-3 and Golden Valley 12-8.

Dan Beavers, Colt Caravalho and Tyler Chivens each had two hits in the second game for Morro Bay. 

Beavers also scored two runs, Caravalho had two RBI and a triple, and Chivens drove in four runs, including three on a double.

Harrison Meinke pitched a complete game for the Pirates in the first game against San Ramon Valley, striking out two and giving up no walks.

Dunn 11, Coast Union 10, 8 innings

The Broncos took a one-run lead in the eighth inning when Quinten Raethke singled and then scored on a single by Tommy Howard, but the Broncos surrendered two runs in the bottom of the inning.

Howard was 5 for 5 with five singles and three RBI, and Raethke was 3 for 4 with an RBI for Coast Union (9-4).

The Broncos bolted out to an 8-3 lead by the sixth inning, when Jake McAvoy slammed a three-run double, but Dunn answered with five runs of its own on five walks to tie the game.

TRACK AND FIELD

San Luis Obispo at PAC Grove Invitational

Andrew Toh, Nate Greenelsh, Cole Bradley and Pricer Hitchcock ran the boys 4x100 in 43.13 seconds, breaking a school record for the Tigers and winning the race.

The record was previously held by the same relay team, which ran the 4x100 in 43.26 earlier this year.

The girls also won the 4x100 for San Luis Obispo. Cassidy Block, Emma Hollister, Lexi Johnson and Kelly McGuire ran the race in 49.39.

In the girls long jump, Elizabeth Wiley went 16 feet, 2.75 inches for the Tigers, winning the event.

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