The Cal Poly football program announced Tuesday that it has signed another recruit to a national letter of intent.
The Mustangs have signed E.J. Galvez, an offensive and defensive lineman from La Mirada High. He joins 17 previous recruits announced by Cal Poly.
The 6-foot-1, 255-pound Galvez had eight sacks this past season, along with three forced fumbles, to earn all-Suburban League honors.
According to a recent Scout.com article, Galvez was originally set to sign with Nevada, after committing to the Wolf Pack in May of his junior year. Galvez took an official recruiting visit to Reno the weekend prior to signing day, Scout.com reported, before returning home only to have his high school coach told by Nevada’s staff that the Wolf Pack no longer had room for him in their recruiting class.
“E.J. had been one of their earliest commits, and we had a lot of schools come through and try to recruit him and he always said he was solid to Nevada, and it cost him some scholarships,” La Mirada coach Mike Moschetti told Scout.com. “He stood by them and committed to them before they had this season. Then they win these games and all the sudden think they are too good for him. They forgot the type of players that got them to this point.”
Cuesta baseball team falls on the road
The College of the Sequoias baseball team edged Cuesta College 6-5.
The Cougars (0-4) tied it in the top of the ninth inning, but Sequoias came up with some clutch hitting in the bottom of the inning to steal the win.
Cuesta was again plagued by errors, committing three in the game.
Michael Camporeale was one of two players with a multi-hit game for Cuesta, going 4 for 5 with two doubles. Former Mission Prep standout Alex Detz was 2 of 3 with two RBI for Cuesta.
Cuesta softball team falls at home
The Cuesta softball team lost 10-4 to the College of the Sequoias.
The Cougars (2-1) suffered their first loss of the season largely because of six errors, five of which came in the last two innings. The three errors the Cougars made during the sixth contributed to a five-run inning for Sequoias.
Former Atascadero High star Ashley Dooley was one of three players with two hits for the Cougars. She hit a home run to lead off the seventh inning. Karen Berna, who contributed a double, and Kara Kvasnicka were the other players with two hits.
Liz Isaak pitched a complete game with six strikeouts for the Cougars.
Cal Poly men's golf team places third
In the 11-school UC Irvine Anteater Invitational at Big Canyon Country Club in Irvine, Cal Poly’s men’s golf team placed third at 886, 14 strokes behind first-place Arizona.
Cal Poly had one individual place in the top 20. Geoff Gonzalez carded a 212 to finish in third place, one stroke behind the top two golfers.