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Heat hinders 10-11 all-stars at state


Photo courtesy of Alana Flynn
Los Altos & Los Altos Hills Little League’s 10-11 All-Stars played in the state championship tournament last week. Players, from left: Anthony Schott, Thomas Walker, Devan Reynard, Alex Fuchs, Connor Prahm, Derek Gile, Carson Cleage, Jimmy Flynn, Tommy Schott, Jack Survey, Liam Kaushikkar and Dennis Wilkinson. Coaches: Jim Flynn, left, and Todd Gile. Not pictured: Manager Jason Skaggs and player Jake Skaggs.

The mix of stiff competition and stifling heat was too much for the Los Altos & Los Altos Hills Little League’s 10-11 All-Stars to overcome at last week’s Northern California State Championships.

The team lost both its games at the tournament in Anderson (a suburb of Redding in Shasta County), where temperatures hit triple digits each day.

It's been a big year for Little League


Courtesy of Peter Jewett
The Los Altos & Los Altos Hills Little League’s 10-11 All-Stars won the Section 5 championship July 20. Front, from left: Connor Prahm, Jack Surdey, Jimmy Flynn, Rodrigo Ortiz, Justin Chou, Devan Reynard and Derek Gile. Middle: Thomas Walker, Alex Fuchs, Jake Skaggs, Liam Kaushikkar, Dennis Wilkinson and Jonathan Taylor. Back: coaches Jim Flynn, Jason Skaggs and Todd Gile. Not pictured: Carson Cleage, Tommy Schott, Anthony Schott and Bryce Harrington.

Los Altos & Los Altos Hills Little League has dominated the diamond this summer, making history in the process.

Lancers defend Open Div. title; Menlo wins DII baseball crown


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Jeremy Ydens pitched a complete game in St. Francis’ CCS final win over San Benito.

 

For the St. Francis High baseball team, Central Coast Section titles are becoming almost as routine as catching pop flies.

The Lancers last month captured their second straight CCS Open Division championship and third section crown in four years with a 1-0 win over San Benito.

SF baseball team clips Carlmont in CCS semifinal


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St. Francis High’s Giuseppe Benedetti pitched a complete game to earn the win in last week’s CCS semifinal game.

The Central Coast Section Open Division baseball playoffs haven’t lacked for upsets, with five in the first two rounds. St. Francis High reached Saturday’s title game without falling victim to a lower-seeded team, but it wasn’t easy.

The fifth-seeded Lancers edged No. 9 Carlmont 3-2 in the semifinals May 25 at Municipal Stadium in San Jose.


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