Daniel Behrmann (FR)
Jonathan Souza (SO)
1 Joey Conti (SO)
3 Jacob Jones (FR)
4 Blake Baier (SO)
8 Dean Cunningham (SO)
9 Drew Frederick (SO)
10 AJ Verduzco (FR)
11 Beijing Wright (JR)
13 Auston Oneto (FR)
16 Cooper Wilcox (SO)
17 Aidan Terry (SO)
18 Kyle Wright (SO)
19 Keifer Peltz (JR)
21 Isaiah Vasquez (SO)
26 Joe Perry (JR)
Friday, March 13, 2020
Bear Creek 9R | 10H | 0E
Tracy 10R | 10H | 3E
Behrmann 3AB, 1R, 2H, 1RBI, 1BB
Cortinas 4AB, 3R, 3H, 0RBI, 3B
Frederick 3AB, 1R, 1H, 1RBI, 1BB
Wilcox 4AB, 2R, 2H, 3AB, 0BB, 2B, 1SB
Delong 2AB, 1R, 1H, 0RBI, 2BB
Oneto 1AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI, 2BB
Cunningham1AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Conti 0AB, 2R, 0H, 0RBI, 1BB, 1SAC, 1HBP, 1SB
Jones 1AB, 0R, 0H, 1RBI, HBP
Baeir 1AB, 0R, 1H, 0RBI
Terry 2AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Perry 1AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
REVISED PITCHING STATS
Frederick 3 IP, 6R, 4H, 3ER, 2K , 4BB, 43 pitches
Oneto (W) 4 IP 3R, 6H, 1ER, 3K, 0BB, 71 pitches
As the JV were playing their game, word came that sports and school were postponed until April 5th. "I was in the dugout when I heard the news breaking that school would be suspended 3 weeks," said Coach Adam Deharo. "Considering the circumstances, the boys played loose and were in good spirits even though we did not have a lot of information about what exactly was happening and what the impact to the rest of our season would be."
"We came out of the gate strong, but Bear Creek came back and answered and then it was back and forth until the bottom of the 6th," said Deharo. "I had been in a tie game situation with runners on 1st and 3rd last earlier in the week at James Logan and I played it conservatively. This time I decided to do the delayed steal and gamble for the go ahead run. Cooper Wilcox slid head first into home and got us the lead that we preserved." Wilcox was 2-4 with 3RBIs and a double. Josh Cortinas tripled going 3-4 with 3 runs scored."
LIVERMORE COWBOYS 6R | 6H | 4E
TRACY BULLDOGS 16R |11H | 1E
PHOTOS UPLOADING HERE
Behrmann 2AB, 2R, 0H, 0RBI, 1BB, 1HBP
Cortinas 3AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Wright 0AB, 1R, 0H, 0RBI
Frederick 4AB, 3R, 2H, 1RBI
Wilcox 3AB, 3R, 3H, 4RBI, 2B, 1HBP
Delong 3AB, 2R, 2H, 4RBI, 1HBP
Oneto 2AB, 2R, 1H, 0RBI, 1BB
Vasquez 1AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Conti 2AB, 1R, 2H, 4RBI, 2B
Wright, K. 2AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Jones 2AB, 1R, 1H, 1RBI, 1HBP
Baeir 2AB, 0R, 0H, 1RBI
Cunningham 0AB, 1R, 0H, 0RBI, 1BB
Jones (W) 3 IP, 2R, 4H, 1EER, 3K, 1BB, 57 pitches
Perry 2 IP, 4R, 2H, 3ER, 3K, 3BB, 55 pitches
TRACY BULLDOGS 15R | 11H | 1E
LIVERMORE COWBOYS 2R | 8H | 3E
A very enthusiastic Coach Adam Deharo praised his team during his post game press conference. "The boys put it all together this afternoon and they are playing lights out!" said Deharo. With a 15-2 victory and 11 hit performance, Deharo noted how fired up his team was in the dugout and on the field. "We are an explosive team and I really hope we can continue this roll tomorrow morning in the tourney."
In addition to the offensive stars of Drew Frederick (4-4, 2RBIs) and Joey Conti (3-4), Deharo highlighted the pitching of Auston Oneto who pitched all five innings and only gave up 2 earned runs while striking out 4. "He was hitting his spots and had a good change up to go with his fastball."
Deharo also wanted to shine the spotlight on Dean Cunningham. "Here we are up 15-1 in the 7th inning and Dean is in right field giving maximum effort diving for a ball. That was impressive and that kind of play is sure to motivates others."
JV and varsity hope to be back in action Saturday morning against Alameda at 8:15 a.m.
Behrmann 3AB, 2R, 2H, 1RBI, 1BB, 3SB
Cortinas 2AB, 2R, 0H, 0RBI, 2BB, 2SB
Frederick 4AB, 3R, 4H, 2RBI, 0BB, 7SB
Wilcox 2AB, 2R, 1H, 0RBI, 2BB, 2SB
Oneto 1AB, 2R, 0H, 2RBI, 2BB, 3SB
Conti 4AB, 1R, 3H, 2RBI, 1SB
Wright 1AB, 1R, 0H, 0RBI, 1BB, 1SB
Peltz 1AB, 1R, 1H, 1RBI, 1BB, 1SB
Jones 1AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Baeir 3AB, 1R, 0H, 0RBI, 1SB
Terry 2AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Cunnigham 2AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Tracy 2R | 7H | 3E
James Logan 3R | 9H | 0E
Behrmann 4AB, 0R, 2H, 0RBI
Cortinas 4AB, 0R, 1H, 1RBI
Frederick 3AB, 0R, 1H, 0RBI, 1BB
Wilcox 4AB, 0R, 1H, 0RBI
Delong 4AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Oneto 4AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Conti 2AB, 1R, 1H, 0RBI, 1SB
Baeir 1AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Wright 1AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI, 1BB
Peltz 1AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Terry 2AB, 1R, 0H, 1RBI
Wilcox 4 IP, 2R, 7H, 1ER, 3K, 1BB, 62 pitches
Delong 3 1/3 IP, 1R, 2H, 1ER, 0K, 0BB, 39 pitches
TRACY 11R | 11H | 1E
ALAMEDA 6R | 4H | 2E
100 JV Photos Here
A big eight run third inning was all Tracy needed to take down the Alameda Hornets on Saturday morning. Coach Adam Deharo continued to praise his team talking about how well they all are playing since their first game a week ago when they started a little flat. "Drew Frederick has become a real leader on our team and is competing hard and getting better every day," said Deharo. "He is having really good at bats and getting his pitches to hit."
On Saturday, Matt Canada and Chris Francis came down from varsity to contribute on the mound. "Canada threw well for us giving us the first 3 innings of one hit ball."
With three games this week, the JV will stay very busy. "I'm excited to go over to James Logan High on Tuesday and face a good team. It will be interesting to see our guys compete," said Deharo.
Behrmann 4AB, 1R, 2H, 2RBI, SB
Cortinas 0AB, 2R, 0H, 0RBI, 3BB, 1HBP
Frederick 2AB, 1R, 1H, 2RBI, 2BB, 2B
Wilcox 3AB, 2R, 3H, 2RBI, 1BB, 2SB
Oneto 3AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Perry 1AB, 1R, 1H, 0RBI
Canada 3AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI, 1BB
Delong 3AB, 0R, 2H, 0RBI, SB
Peltz 1AB, 0R, 0H, 1RBI
Baeir 3AB, 2R, 1H, 0RBI, 3SB
Vasquez 1AB, 0R, 0H, 0RBI
Jones 2AB, 1R, 1H, 1RBI, 1BB, 1HBP
Cunningham 0AB, 1R, 0H, 0RBI
Canada (W) 3 IP, 0R, 1H, 0ER, 5K, 1BB, 43 pitches
Frances 2 IP, 6R, 3H, 6ER, 4K, 8BB, 77 pitches
"We once again played a good all around game," said Coach Adam Deharo. "We had dominant pitching from Josh Cortinas who got the win and Jacob Jones. Josh threw the first three innings and Jacob finished out the final four."
"We had hot bats again with two of our guys crushing triples. Auston Oneto hit a shot down the right field line which carried thanks to no fence in the area. The other triple was by Daniel Behrmann who scorched one over the left fielders head. He was flying around the bases. All the guys ran the base paths really well."
"We had good defense today and I'm really proud how the team has performed the last two games," said a very satisfied Coach Deharo.
KIMBALL 3 - TRACY 9
"It was a much better performance today than what we had on Saturday," said Coach Adam Deharo. "We played an all around game with good defense, pitching, hitting, and baserunning. Drew Frederick threw a complete game giving up just 5 hits. He had a dominant fastball and was in command of his pitch location focusing primarily on fastballs on the inside and outside edges of the plate."
At the plate, Coach Deharo was very happy with how his players responded to Monday practice. "Our pitch selection was much better today. In the practice following the loss we tried to get the kids to understand the importance of of the strike zone, be more selective and not swinging at bad pitches especially early in the count. It paid off today." In addition to pitching well, Frederick went 1-3, with 2RBIs. "He helped to jump start a five run third inning rally. We would go on to score three more in the 5th and one in the 6th," said Deharo.
"Our base running today was really top notch. We had excellent anticipation and initial acceleration."
Coach also highlighted the performance of catcher Joey Conti. "He has stepped up and done a very good job catching already this year. He threw out a base runner in the 2nd and Kimball never made another attempt after that."
Josh Cortinas was announced as the starting pitcher for the Wednesday game at Atwater.
Coach Deharo was optimistic Saturday evening even though his team had been defeated 8-2 and only generated 3 hits. "We struggled early but fought through it," said Adam Deharo who is in his first year as head coach of the JV Bulldogs. "It was good to see our players finally knock some rust off and have a real game to play. We struggled at the plate and need to work on adjusting our approach to get better pitches. I'm confident we will improve and I know our players are excited to get another crack at the Jaguars again on Tuesday afternoon."
Cooper Wilcox, Joe Perry, and Drew Frederick generated the only Bulldog hits. Freshman Auston Oneto had a good showing in relief work for the Bulldogs.