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By Tim Peterson The Lions remained in sole possession of first place with an eight inning win over second place South El Monte. Arroyo tried to keep pace but fell down four runs early to Gabrielino in an eventual 5-4 loss.
By Tim Peterson (Rosemead) – Joshua Chaidez threw a complete game allowing just one run and three hits to lead Rosemead to a 2-1 win over Gabrielino Friday in Mission Valley League action.
(El Monte) – Rosemead continued its run through the Mission Valley League with a 19-3 rout of Mt. View Wednesday to improve to 6-0 in league.
Seeing Stengel Field is worth taking a drive to Glendale. It’s not your typical high school baseball field although the Crescenta Valley Falcons do call it their home.
By Corey Kwok (San Gabriel) – Steven San Miguel (2 for 4, two runs, 3 RBI, HR) capped a riveting five run rally in the top of the sixth with a three run bomb over Gabrielino’s right field fence to lift Rosemead to a 9-4 victory over the Eagles Friday the Mission Valley League opener for both teams.
By Corey Kwok (San Gabriel) – Gabrielino reclaimed the MVL crown by shutting out defending champion Arroyo 8-0 at home Tuesday behind two RBIs apiece from Johnny Moreno and Lorenzo Mena along with a complete game one hit shutout by Angel Acosta (his sixth of this season).
By George Hernandez (South El Monte)- Mario Lopez fired a complete game and South El Monte jumped out to a 4-0 lead before holding on to beat first place Gabrielino 4-2 Friday in Mission Valley League action.
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 […]
(El Monte) – Francisco Gonzalez had four hits and four runs batted in to lead Gabrielino to a 7-0 shutout over Arroyo Friday. The Eagles remain in control in the Mission Valley League with and 8-1 record. They are 10-7 overall.
(San Gabriel) – Angel Acosta fired a no hitter and Gabrielino got the only run it needed in the fourth inning to beat Arroyo 1-0 Wednesday in Mission Valley League action.