Tag Archives: Calvin Copping
We knew about the Copping twins, Corey and Calvin, recently making their college debuts for Oklahoma and Cal State Northridge respectively but did you know older brother Cameron is with the Seattle Mariners organization?
By Corey Kwok (La Canada) – Aaron Milam has been officially named the head coach of the St. Francis baseball program, the school announced today. Milam has been a longtime assistant at St. Francis first serving under Alemany assistant and AD Mike Solar.
By Corey Kwok Bonita 2 Paramount 1 – Bearcats advance to the Semi Finals.
Temple City, Monrovia and Alhambra all won Friday afternoon to propel the three into the CIF Semi Finals. In Division 4 Ben Arrue’s grand slam propelled The Rams to a 6-2 win over Granite Hills on the road while Monrovia shut out Jurupa Valley 1-0 at home.
Here’s a couple of shots of Temple City’s playoff victory over Kaiser on Thursday. Photos courtesy of Armando Chacon.
By Corey Kwok (Temple City) – Calvin Copping threw a complete game allowing just one unearned run on six hits while posting 12 strikeouts to carry host Temple City to a 5-1 first round CIF playoff win over Kaiser of Fontana Thursday.
Bonita and Mayfair finish off perfect league runs while Crescenta Valley and Nogales get hot late to win their league titles. Alhambra holds on to win the Almont while Temple City beats Monrovia on the final day to win the Rio Hondo. Cal and La Puente survive to win the Del Rio and the Montview respectively. Playoff pairings will be announced Monday.
(Temple City) – Calvin Copping went six plus innings and Kyle Starling came on to get the last three outs to lead Temple City to a 4-1 win over Monrovia and to the Rio Hondo League Crown Thursday.
I first time I saw Corey Copping pitch was at Temple City American Little League for the Angels at Live Oak Park six years ago. I’ve seen him numerous times over the past few years throwing for the Rams at Temple City High School. I saw him grow up. So for me it was special […]
Alhambra and Temple City scrimmaged at Temple City Saturday. It didn’t matter in the wins and losses- the real season starts Friday. But the sun was out, the weather was perfect and baseball lets you know that winter is over and spring is just around the corner.