Warriors 17U Elite Goes Undefeated at V-Tool Showcase

This past weekend 17u Elite participated in the V Tool Showcase throughout Sacramento and Stockton, sweeping the competition on their way to a 5-0 weekend. V Tool Showcase is an organization that puts out top-notch showcases across the country where college coaches come to recruit players. The V Tool Showcase also provided top-level facilities with g

ames at University of the Pacific, Folsom Lake College, and Sacramento State with games against quality competition from teams throughout the West Coast. Offense was the key for 17u Elite as they scored 41 in 5 games en route to their 5-0 weekend.

After falling behind early against Team California Bay Area in their first game on Thursday, the Warriors came back strong with hits from Teddy Hoxie, Marty Cole, and Tyler Quintanilla to cut the Team California lead to just one run in the bottom of the third. The Warriors kept rolling with six more runs in the bottom of the fourth, and four more in the fifth to go up 14-6, eventually winning the game by that score. Marty Cole had a phenomenal day on both the mound and at the plate, going 6 innings, recording 5 strikeouts, and going 2-3 with a triple and 4 RBI’s at the plate. Teddy Hoxie added two doubles with 3 RBI’s.

17u Elite kept it rolling with their second game of the night against Bulldogs Baseball in a back and forth affair. After putting up five runs in the first three innings, The Bulldogs responded with a big inning of their own, but it was not enough as Tyler Quintanilla came in for an 8 out save. Quintanilla struck out three and allowed just one hit, clinching a 7-6 win for the Warriors.

On Friday, the Warriors put up 4 early runs, which was all starting pitcher Teddy Hoxie would need. Hoxie went 7 innings with 9 strikeouts, while allowing just three hits in the shutout win against NorCal Scarlet.

In the first game on Saturday, Chris Giles and Anthony Pomilia led the offense against NorCal TKB. Giles went 3-4 with an RBI, 2 runs, and 2 stolen bases, and Pomilia went 2-2 with a double and 2 RBI’s. Pitchers Tyler Quintanilla, Gremelt Balladeres, and Alex Bires combined for just one earned run on the day in an easy win over NorCal TKB.

Daniel Colwell was on the bump for the Warriors in the second game on Saturday against NorCal Blue. Through four innings, Colwell surrendered just one hit while the offense put up six runs for a comfortable lead. NorCal Blue started to string together some hits and came back to tie the game in the sixth inning. 17u Elite responded with a Dane Goodman leadoff double and a Matt Calhoun knock up the middle for the eventual game-winning run.

The 17u Elite powerful offense led them to a 5-0 record at the V Tool Showcase. Heading into the last couple weeks of the season, every player on the team has developed their skills and the team continues to build chemistry with each game they play. The 17u Elite’s has a couple exhibition games against the Mendocino Dirtbags and the Easton Cats before heading down to San Diego for the Phil Singer Summer Series tournament on July 28.

California Warriors Coach Development Program Provides Unique Opportunity For Alumni

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The First Base Foundation has a sophisticated and well-designed Coach Development Program that provides California Warriors alumni the opportunity to learn about what it is like to work with high school baseball players. The coaching program allows alumni to learn subtleties of teaching student athletes about baseball while developing important life skills in leadership and interpersonal communication. In this context, the CW coaches can be seen as both givers and receivers.

The First Base Foundation Coaching Program requires a unique level of selflessness. Warriors’ coaches give back and spread their knowledge of the game to the younger generation of baseball players. Every single member of the coaching staff this year has played at the college level, and are a great resource for information about the college recruiting process. Players can ask their coaches about specific experiences at the College or University they are attending and information about showcasing their skills during the summer. Each Warriors coach has his own story about his recruiting process and by sharing these recruitment experiences players can learn priceless information regarding the logistics of collegiate recruiting.

One of the most important aspects of the First Base Foundation Coach Development Program is to motivate the Warriors players in both baseball and life. Baseball is a game of failure and can be very frustrating at times. The Warriors coaches know this feeling from first hand experience as many have had their ups and downs during their playing career. Because of this, they are able to help motivate the Warriors players to become the best all around person they can be. When the coaches preach the importance of “trusting the process”, the players set goals and work tirelessly to achieve these goals exploring their potential as an athlete. This same mindset can be used for life. As coaches we continually motivate our players by teaching them how to inspire themselves to work hard and succeed.

The First Base Foundation Coach Development Program allows participants to share their experiences and knowledge, while gaining valuable job experience. The FBF coaching program is an avenue for individuals committed to mentoring, building relationships, working during the summer, learning valuable lessons in team building and strategies, and wanting to build their resume and networking with others.

The program also helps develop coaches through a great balance of instruction and freedom. They receive hands on instruction from more experienced coaches while earning the freedom to run their own team. Within this freedom coaches learn valuable life lessons in leadership and interpersonal communication, skills that can be used in essentially any career path. Coaches learn how to effectively talk to the whole team but will also have one on one interaction with specific players. The coaches promote a positive team attitude while simultaneously emphasizing the importance of each individual to the team. Day in and day out, the coaches are constantly learning and developing to be productive and participatory members of our community.

California Warriors Player of the Week: Ben Somorjai

Taking home the California Warriors Alumni Player of the Week honors this week is Menlo School Catcher, Ben Somorjai. In a 10-3 win over El Camino, Somorjai collected 2 Hits and a Stolen Base while driving in 3 RBI, helping his team on their path to victory. Over his past 4 games, the 2-season California Warriors alum has driven in 11 Runs, marking him as one of the top play-makers in the Menlo School lineup. To read more about the game and Ben’s season, check out this article in the San Mateo Daily Journal where Somorjai was featured. Ben has committed to play at Haverford College next year – we wish him the best in his career as a collegiate student athlete!

Warriors Gold in Washington

WarriorsinWashingtonThe California Warriors Gold baseball team flew up to Seattle, Washington on June 25th to play in the 18U Montlake Classic Team Camp hosted by the University of Washington. The student athletes were all given a chance to work out at Husky Ballpark on the field during the first day, taking batting practice, working out at their positions, running the bases, and talking to several different college baseball coaches.

The following day, June 26th, the tournament began. The Warriors Gold were 8-1 going into the tournament and continued their success by going 3-1 while out scoring their opponents 23-15 throughout the tournament. The Warriors made sure to make a statement right out of the gate, defeating the Northshore Twins from Canada 6-0 in game 1. Mason Collins pitched a complete game, going 7 Innings and allowing just 2 hits. Gianni Bloom gave the Warriors timely hitting, driving in 3 runs while handling the catching duties.

The Warriors then played Taylor Baseball, the host of the tournament, capturing their second win of the day. Jack Harris started on the mound, getting through 3 innings before Michael Prazsker came in for another 3 innings of relief. The Warriors were down 2-0 until Christian Merriwether had a clutch two out, two run single to tie the game in the bottom of the 5th inning. Gianni Bloom continued to produce offensively, driving in the go ahead run in the bottom of the 6th to give the Warriors a 3-2 lead. Colby Morris came in to get the save in the 7th ending the game on a tailor-made double play to second baseman Marcus Chiu.

After going 2-0 on day 1, the Warriors had a rough start to game three of the tournament the next day, making two untimely errors leading to an early 7-2 deficit. Although lacking momentum, the Warriors never gave in. Going into the top of the 7th, the Warriors were still down 7-2 but stayed aggressive at the plate. The Gold team was able to score 4 runs in the inning, thanks to a 2 RBI single by Michael Praszker to keep the rally going, but ultimately fell short, losing 7-6. The loss put their record at 2-1 and in a 3 way tie for first place in their bracket with Taylor Baseball and the Spokane Expos.

On June 28th, the Warriors played the West Coast Clippers after receiving the 2 seed out of their bracket, playing in the game for 5th place out of 16 teams. Colby Morris started for the Gold team, pitching 3 innings before Michael Praszker came in for relief and pitched 4 of his own. At the end of 7, the score was tied 6-6. Warriors first baseman Sam Reinertsen went 4-4 at the plate with 2 singles, a double, and a triple, carrying the Warriors’ offense. His double came at the perfect time, driving in two runs in the top of the 8th to give the Warriors an 8-6 lead. Jack Harris took the mound in the bottom of the 8th to get the save, securing the Warriors’ third win of the tournament.

The California Warriors Gold Team is headed to Reno, NV this upcoming weekend to play in the Casey Yocom Invitational with high expectations for a successful tournament.


Written by Jack Elias and Colby Morris

Stealing the Summer

CalDugoutThe California Warriors are having a great start to their season. The student athletes are working hard, building leadership skills, and playing clean baseball. The combination of having fun, swinging the bats well, and playing great defense has allowed all three Warriors teams to start the season with a bang.

The 16U White team went 3-1 this past week and has an overall record of 7-5. Led by coaches Ryan Burke, Cameron Merriweather, and Casey Levy Tulloch, this fundamentals building team is getting to know each other on the field and building a strong cohesive unit.

The transition from BBCOR metal bats to Wood bats for the summer usually requires several adjustments, but the student athletes have adapted well and the offense is continuing to pick up each week. Jacob Berg and Keith Whittaker have led the way in hitting, while Alex Bires, Ryan Copeland, and Sean Henry have handled most of the pitching duties, attacking hitters, throwing strikes, and getting outs.

On Monday June 22, the White team earned its 7th victory against Redwood, with an impressive pitching and hitting performance, leading to a final score of 7-1. The team will have a few days off before they head up to Reno to play in a wood bat tournament beginning Thursday June 25th and ending Sunday June 28th.

The 18U Blue Team has posted a strong beginning to the season as well, going 3-2 this past week, and 7-4 overall thus far. The Blue team has played clean baseball, allowing just 3 runs in their last 3 games, thanks to solid pitching and defense. On Saturday, June 20th the Warriors held the Berkeley Buzz to 1 hit, and with some late game heroics, won the game on a walk off homerun by CJ Novogradac. Sunday June 21st, the Warriors Blue team took the first game of a 2 game series versus the Eastern Cats. Nate Kochhar pitched 5 scoreless innings against the Cats, and an early RBI by Sean Robinson provided the only run of the game. Alex Ritch came in for the final two innings and got the save.

Monday June 22nd, the Warriors fought hard for 9 innings but ultimately fell to the cats 4-2 in the last inning. The Warriors Blue team now heads into the Zoots tournament, and we look forward to following their upcoming games.

The 18U Gold team went 3-0 last week and has the best record of the Warriors teams at 8-0. All senior baseball players on the Gold team will be playing college baseball in the Fall of 2015. Tam High graduate Mason Collins has pitched extremely well, connecting with his high school catcher Patrick Shore behind the plate. Strong pitching performances from Jack Harris (another Tam pitcher), Nick Simonian, and Quinton Gago have combined well with timely hitting and defense.

As the Gold team continues to roll, they head to The University of Washington on Thursday June 23rd for a wood bat tournament to play on one of the nicest college facilities in the nation. The Gold team will not only be exposed to some strong competition, but will be given an opportunity to work out in front of visiting college scouts.

With such a strong and experienced coaching staff and a group of talented student athletes, all three Warriors’ teams are having an extremely successful summer season. The coaches reflect a professional attitude, respect the game, and have a good time playing and teaching our national past time. The student athletes will continue to enhance their baseball skills and will also work on their teamwork, self-esteem, and leadership skills.


Written by Jack Elias

Try Out for the 2015 California Warriors!

Tryouts for placement on the 2015 Gold, Blue, and White California Warriors teams are right around the corner!
They will be held at Marin Catholic High School on Sunday, January 18 from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM.

This will be a Pro Style Tryout, including a 60 Yard Dash, infield/outfield, batting practice, and scrimmage. Attendance is mandatory in order to be placed on a team.

Please register by filling out the form below.

“We will be having tryouts to make sure that we can properly place our players on whichever California Warriors team is best for them to showcase their skills to colleges,” stated Noah Jackson. “As our program has grown and our graduates play in college programs throughout the nation, the demand from college coaches to see the players in our program has increased.”

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2014 Warriors MVP: Kailen Robinson

Kailen HeadshotThree years playing with the California Warriors has seen Kailen Robinson mature into an all-around offensive contributor. Robinson always had productive At-Bats, and got himself into position to score runs and help his team win. His .427 Batting Average over 103 At-Bats led the team. Over that time, he struck out only 7 times while walking 11 times.

Once Kailen gets on, he’s a threat on the basepaths, stealing 13 bases and coming around to score 16 times. Defensively, he recorded 51 Put-Outs, 3 OF Assists, and did not commit an error. It’s hard to find an all-around great ballplayer, but Kailen fits the bill.

Going forward, Robinson is transferring from College of San Mateo to Missouri Baptist University, where he will be a fixture in the Spartans’ lineup and is sure to make the Warriors organization proud. The 3-year Warriors veteran is an embodiment of what the First Base Foundation and California Warriors stand for – character, leadership, and personal development on and off the field. We wish Kailen the best, and congratulate him on winning the 2014 California Warriors Most Valuable Player award!

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Warriors White Summer Highlights

The California Warriors White Team went out with a bang on Saturday afternoon, crushing Berkeley Buzz to end their season on a high note. It was an action-packed, exciting game, and Coaches Beau and Gunnar kept it interesting by switching up the positions and giving all the student athletes the opportunity to play where they wanted.

The Warriors were aggressive at the plate and got on the board early in the top of the first inning. The leadoff hitter for the Warriors worked his way over to third base after a single and some aggressive base running. The next Warrior up walked, followed by a base hit to give the Warriors their first run. The biggest hit of the inning came from James Schoch who crushed a two-run double to right-center field. The Warriors added a fourth run in the inning with a sacrifice fly. Robbie Vanderlaan started the game on the bump for the Warriors, pitching five scoreless innings. He worked fast, and everything seemed to be working for him as he hit his spots and had great control. The Warriors offense picked up where they left of after a 1, 2, 3 first inning from Vanderlaan. A couple of walks, a stolen base, and a single loaded the bases for the Warriors, and a fielder’s choice followed by a hard-hit single manufactured three runs. After just two innings, the Warriors were up 7-0.

In the top of the fourth inning, the Warriors increased their lead to 12-0 with some timely hitting and patient at-bats. The following inning, James Schoch ripped another double that scored another run. From there, the Warriors cruised through the rest of the game and were in complete control. Will Coffey came in to relieve Vanderlaan and pitched three scoreless innings in his pitching debut. The Warriors continued to add to their huge lead and Timmy Stabler closed out the game with one solid inning of work on the mound.

Usually the game is seven innings, but on Saturday they got to keep the fun going and play nine innings. It was only fitting to play a regular-length game on the last day of the season. In two short months, the Warriors improved greatly as a team. Their maturation from a group of individuals to a single, well-oiled machine really showed on Saturday and was wonderful to see.

A look back on some of the individual highlights from Coach Gunnar:

  • Danny Avins: Played a great shortstop and improved his hitting skills.
  • Matthew Baker: Turned it around at the plate and had a great approach.
  • Davis Barkocy: Helped carry the team all year with his bat.
  • Jared Battat: Stepped it up at the plate and drove balls into the outfield.
  • Jack Baughman: Made great plays in right field and improved his approach to the game.
  • Nick Caravello: Caught many games and got better at blocking the ball behind the plate.
  • Neil Chin: Got the bat going and boosted his confidence.
  • Will Coffey: Started to swing the bat aggressively and drive the ball.
  • Alex Dugan: Great team player and improved in the field.
  • Jack Hubert: Improved his approach at the plate and became more aggressive.
  • Tom Jacobsen: Fired the team up with his aggressive mentality, especially on offense.
  • DJ Johnides: Started pitching on the mound with much more confidence.
  • Devon Parker: Led the team at the top of the lineup all year and was very hardworking.
  • Scott Petersen: Threat in the lineup and got a lot of big hits for us.
  • Jakob Puller: Improved in the field a lot and had much more confidence at bat.
  • Jake Rider: Pulled his weight on the mound and led us to numerous victories.
  • Alec Ritch: Excelled on the mound, in the field, and at the plate, showing his versatility.
  • James Schoch: Turned it around at the plate and started getting big hits into the outfield.
  • Spencer Smead: Held it down in the two-hole for the majority of the season.
  • Timmy Stabler: Improved his all-around game and became a force at the plate.
  • Ethan Terrell: Consistent hitter in the middle of the order and improved his approach.
  • Whit Urdan: Consistent starter on the mound and led the team at the top of the lineup.
  • Robbie Vanderlaan: Improved his approach and poise on the mound.
  • Tyler Warren: Became a force on the mound and was very effective.

Thanks to Coaches Beau and Gunnar for a great season and thanks to the student athletes for always giving it their best. Until next summer, go Warriors!!!

A Summer of Sabermetrics

Sabermetrics is a term originally coined by Bill James, a baseball writer, historian, and statistician who described it as “the search for objective knowledge about baseball.” Through careful analysis of very specific batting, fielding, and pitching statistics, sabermetric analysts are able to calculate optimal line-ups and develop strategies that maximize a team’s chances of winning. The central focus in the now-classic book and blockbuster movie, “Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game,” The Oakland Athletics organization has found great success utilizing Sabermetrics. Here at the First Base Foundation, we thrive being on baseball’s cutting edge, and have used Sabermetrics to generate wins all summer.

Interns, Connor Bruen and JP Nash – under the direction of First Base Foundation General Manager Noah Jackson – used the Warriors’ statistics in early July to create suggested line-ups for the California Warriors collegiate team. Here are a couple sample lineups from Connor and JP:

JP Nash’s Lineup & Analysis

Lead off: Merriwether, SS
Merriwether brings a very high OBP and has a good BB/K ratio. Then when he gets on base, he has a great speed and out of 10 attempts stealing, he has stolen 9 bases. This creates a high chance of getting the lead off hitter into scoring position. He has also been hot recently and so getting him up to the plate while he is still hot is important.

Second Spot: Karas, DH
Karas leads the team in many stats including RC, OPS, OBP, SLG, and ISOP. This made me wonder if he should go high up in the line up where he would get more ABs or in the 4th/5th spot where he will have a better chance of base runners in front of him. I decided that putting him second behind a great base runner that will be able to take advantage of Karas’ skills and give the team an early lead.

Third Spot: Jones, OF
The left-handed Jones will do well as a #3 hitter because he has a high OPS, and with his batting average at almost .400 he should be able to drive in the runners ahead of him. He has quite a few doubles so his strong bat should be able to score the speedy Karas and Merriwether. Another advantage of Jones this high up, is that he hasn’t hit into any double plays so far this season and therefore is unlikely to give the opposition a chance to get earlier hitters out.

Fourth Spot: Miguel, 3B
Miguel has a very good SLG and is a big threat to hit a ball deep for an extra-base hit or for a sacrifice to advance our base runners. He also has 8 stolen bases so has good speed and isn’t likely to clog the bases and creates scoring opportunities for following big hitters.

Fifth Spot: Snider OF
Snider is another big slugger. With 4 doubles, 4 Triples, and 2 Home Runs he has a very high RC and can knock in base runners from anywhere on the bases. He has 14 walks and 16 strikeouts so he does know how to battle and get the pitch count up. I think he should work well here and create a winning situation.

Sixth Spot: Leandro-Farr C
He hasn’t had too many at bats so far this season which is why I don’t have him higher in the line up but I have to respect his stat line and give him the start. He has a very good .433 batting average with a lot of power and will create runs.

Seventh Spot: Burke 1B
Burke is a great batter – his RC is an impressive 14.643 – but his BB/K rate is 13/3. This could be a sign of swinging too much or just not seeing the strike zone well, so when he turns this around, his great run-creating potential will help him climb back up the lineup.

Eighth Spot: Rabin 2B
Rabin is a strong hitter and can knock in runs and clear the bases at the end of the line up, as evidenced by his 0.891 OPS. Boosting his RC of 9.333 will move him up in the order.

Ninth Spot: Robinson OF
Robinson is a strong hitter and I have him last so that he has the chance to be on base for the top of the line up. He is very fast and won’t be clogging up the bases when Merriwether gets on right behind him. Even though he won’t have the opportunity to get as many at-bats, his high OBP will help create scoring opportunities. He doesn’t strike out often, and should do a good job of improvising ways to get home.

Connor Bruen’s Lineup & Analysis

Lead off: D. Karas, 3B
Leads the team in most categories. Has highest OBP (on-base percentage) on team and that’s important for a leadoff hitter. Has the highest RC (runs created) 21.490, which has the greatest correlation in runs scored per game. Can also be used as a DH. Highest OBP: 0.566, important as leadoff hitter. Also tied for second highest BB/PA (walks per plate appearance): .132. Will work count. Highest OPS (on-base plus slugging): 0.943 and highest SLG: (slugging): 0.929, ideally will lead off inning with extra base hit and advance on other balls in play. Highest ISO (isolated power): 0.452. BA (batting average): 0.476, BB/K (walks per strikeout): 1.400.

Second Spot: C. Snider, OF
Has second highest RC behind Karas. Leads team in K and BB but will work count and battle as a second hitter. Tied for second highest BB/PA: .132. Has the second highest RC: 19.621. BB/K ratio: .875. Fourth highest ISO: 0.202. BA: .326

Third Spot: C. Miguel , DH
Interchangeable at 3B and DH with Karas. Doesn’t walk or strikeout, therefore Miguel will put the ball in play. His outs will be productive. Third highest RC: 17.773. Very low K/AB: 0.069. Third highest ISO: 0.208, will move runners on base. OPS: 1.027, OBP: 0.430, SLG: 0.597, BA: 0.389. Doesn’t walk often but higher Batting Average helps his OBP.

Fourth Spot: B. Leandro-Farr, C
His high SLG and ISO show that he will move runners already on base. Has productive at-bats. His stats are best of catchers on the lineup. Second highest OPS: 1.027, OBP: 0.541, and SLG: 0.733. Second highest ISO: 0.300. Lowest K/AB: 0.067, second highest BB/K: 2.000. BB/PA: 0.108, BA: 0.433. RC: 11.000.

Fifth Spot: T. Jones, OF
Outfielders Jones and Robinson are very similar. Can be interchangeable in the lineup. F. Griffin would be my next outfielder of choice. Chose Jones over Robinson in lineup because he has a higher RC: 13.034 compared to 12.234. Other than that they are very similar. High BB/PA: 0.121. High RC: 13.034. OPS: 1.015, ISO: 0.157, BA:.392, BB/K: 1.000, SLG: 0.549, K/AB: 0.137.

Sixth Spot: K. Robinson, OF
Similar to Jones. Will get on base. Has highest BB/K on team: BB/K: 2.333, doesn’t strike out often. High RC: 12.234. K/AB is lowest in lineup: 0.053. Other stats: OPS: 0.944, BA: .386. Lowest ISO: 0.088 and SLG: 0.474.

Seventh Spot: C. Merriwether, SS
Not listed as SS but can move over easily from 2B. Has the best stats compared to any other 2B or SS. His RC: 11.607 has me batting him seventh. High BB/K: 1.333. Highest BB/PA: 0.133 in lineup. Will work count and reach base. Third highest OBP in lineup: .500. Other stats: OPS: 1.021, BA: .375, ISOP: 0.146.

Eighth Spot: R. Burke, 1B
Burke has a very high RC: 14.643, which gets him in the lineup. OPS: 0.881 and OBP: 0.375. K/AB: 0.16, BB/K: 0.231, BB/PA: 0.034.

Ninth Spot: K. Rabin, 2B
Has the best stats of 2nd basemen left in lineup. BB/K: 0.571. OPS: 0.891, RC: 9.333, LG: 0.480, ISO: 0.140. K/AB: 0.140

Warriors Collegiate Tops Alameda Merchants

Coming off an 7-game road stand in Colorado, the California Warriors Collegiate Team improved to 4-2 in-conference (10-7 overall) with a 5-1 victory over the Alameda Merchants. Explosive hitting provided support for dominant pitching, as 8 of the 9 Warriors in the starting lineup got hits with 5 of them collecting multiple on the day.

Screen Shot 2014-06-19 at 12.24.04 PMStarting the day off for the Warriors on the mound at College of Alameda, Thomas Petersen (RHP, Riverside Community College) tossed 3 shutout frames and struck out 3 while allowing only 1 hit. Trevin Haseltine (RHP, UC Berkeley) came on in relief, and impressively punched out 6 batters in his 2+ innings of work, also allowing no runs. In the decisive victory, the Warriors pitching staff combined to allow only 5 hits and 1 run, striking out a total of 12 batters.

The Warriors’ 15-hit offensive attack was spread out across the lineup, lead by Cameron Merriwether (2B/SS, Sonoma State University) and Kailen Robinson (OF, Missouri Baptist University), each of whom racked up 3 hits and kept their batting averages over .400 for the season. Providing some offense out of the 9-hole and starting behind the dish, Tommy Beritzhoff (C/IF, College of Marin) went 2-for-4 with a triple, a run and an RBI. Cody Snider (OF, University of San Francisco) matched Beritzhoff’s day, also knocking 2 hits, scoring a run, and driving in an RBI.

Up next for the Warriors is the West Coast Kings at Marin Catholic High School at 5:00 PM on June 19th.