Tanner Donnels was 3 for 3 with four RBI, Gandy Stubblefield had six strikeouts in five innings of pitching and Matt Shortall added a home run to lift the San Luis Obispo Blues to a dominating 10-1 win over the California Wahoos on Tuesday night at SLO Stadium in a summer collegiate baseball game.
The Blues (20-10) led 3-0 in the second inning before exploding for a five-run fifth to take an 8-0 lead, thanks to seven hits and an error.
The Wahoos got on the board in the seventh with their lone run, but San Luis Obispo scored twice in the bottom half of the inning for the final score.
Shortall and Keegan Dale both went 2 for 5 with two RBI for the Blues, and Dale had a triple.
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Hansen picked for top golf event
Former Morro Bay High standout golfer Matt Hansen has been picked to play alongside the world’s premier amateur players at the 19th Sahalee Players Championship, with the three-day event starting today.
The Sahalee Players Championship attracts best the amateurs in the Pacific Northwest, as well as golfers from Australia, New Zealand and British Columbia.
Hansen will attend the event with UC Davis teammate Tyler Raber.
Last week, Hansen advanced to the quarterfinals of the California State Amateur Championship, before falling to St. Mary’s Ben Geyer in a 23-hole playoff.
SLO High golfer to play at Pebble Beach
San Luis Obispo High junior boys golfer Kush Sikand has been selected to play at Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach — an official Champions Tour event — from Friday through Sunday.
The tournament will be televised on the Golf Channel, with each round beginning at 7:30 a.m.
In all, 81 junior golfers ages 15-18 will team up with Champions Tour players. In addition, 162 amateurs will also compete for the title at Pebble Beach Golf Links and Del Monte Golf Course.