St. Francis graduates drafted by MLB teams
Four graduates of St. Francis High were selected in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft earlier this month: shortstop Chris Baker (17th round, San Diego Padres), outfielder Kort Peterson (23rd round, Kansas City Royals), pitcher Trevor Bettencourt (25th round, Philadelphia Phillies) and outfielder Jeremy Ydens (40th round, St. Louis Cardinals). Ydens graduated from St. Francis last month and in November signed a National Letter of Intent with UCLA. Baker, Peterson and Bettencourt this year played for the University of Washington, UCLA and UC Santa Barbara, respectively.
Pathways golf tourney tees up July 11
Pathways, a Sunnyvale-based nonprofit that provides home health and hospice care, has scheduled its fourth annual Links to the Heart Golf Tournament 11:30 a.m. July 11 at Stanford University Golf Course. Registration is $395 per player or $1,580 for a foursome. Proceeds support the Pathways Clinical Team for Inpatient Hospice Services at Stanford Hospital. For more information, visit pathways- health.org.