Dodgers Beat Danville; Head into Weekend Tourney PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Friday, 31 July 2015 16:32

073015sThe San Leandro Dodgers (17-U) baseball team won three games last week to finish the season with a record of 25-12-2.

Now it’s time for the Ports Invitational Tourmanent, today (Thursday) through Sunday at San Leandro Ballpark on Teagarden Street. The Dodgers open the tourney at 5 o’clock tonight against APS Orange. Games will be played on Friday, starting at 4 p.m., and all day on Saturday and Sunday.

Last Thursday, the Dodgers beat Alameda, 13-5, as Nick Solis hit a 2-run homer and singled. Dominic Jackson and Ricky Peterson both doubled and singled, and Anthony Perez hit a double.

Peterson pitched four innings for the Dodgers, followed on the mound by Kristian Hutchinson for two innings and Anthony Perez for the final inning.

On Saturday, Dodgers pitchers Dominic Jackson, Robert Busch and Gabe Fernandez combined in a 9-4 win over  the Blankenship Bulls.

Solis led the Dodgers at the plate with a double and a single. Jakob Bouhuys doubled, and Moses Perez, Rudy Avila and Hutchinson all had two hits.

On Sunday, Jordan Perkins doubled and singled to lead the Dodgers to an 11-5 win against the Danville Bulls.

Alvaro Lopez and Solis both doubled, and Robert Busch and Gabe Fernandez had two hits apiece.

Moses Perez worked all seven innings behind the plate with Solis, Peterson and Fernandez on the mound.

CAPTION: Dodgers third baseman Dominic Jackson hauls in a pop fly in a game last week.


Gonzales Slows Down Hurricanes with 2-Hitter PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Tuesday, 28 July 2015 14:24

072315sBy Jim Knowles • San Leandro Times

Matt Gonzales pitched a complete game, 2-hitter and struck out seven batters to lead the San Leandro Dodgers to a 2-1 win over the Nor Cal Hurricanes on Tuesday night at San Leandro Ballpark.

Gonzales also led the offense with two hits. Other Dodgers with hits were Nick Solis, Jakob Bouhuys, Gabe Fernandez and Ricky Peterson. Bouhuys and Moses Perez worked behind the plate.

Last Week’s Results

The San Leandro Dodgers (a 17-and-under team) battled in the heart of the season and finished last week with four wins, two losses, starting off with a 17-run attack against Danville.

Robert Rusch and Alvaro Lopez both doubled to lead the Dodgers offense in a 17-0 shutout of Danville last Tuesday.

Three Dodgers pitchers combined for the shutout. Nick Solis pitched five innings, Kristian Hutchinson went two innings and Gabe Fernandez worked the seventh.

On Wednesday, the Nor Cal Hurricanes beat the Dodgers, 6-4, in a well played battle. The Hurricanes are a team of mostly 18 year olds from all over Northern and Central California, and some are headed to the Nor Cal All Star team that will play in the regional tournament in Florida.

The Dodgers got doubles by Perkins and Gonzales in support of Ricky Peterson and Dominic Jackson on the mound. The Dodgers also got hits by Solis, Hitchinson and Hayes.

On Thursday, All Pro pitchers Wong and Cassreal combined to shut out the Dodgers, 2-0, in a pitchers duel.

Matt Gonzales threw five innings for the Dodgers, striking out 11 batters, while walking none and giving up just three hits. Anthony Perez pitched the final two innings, with two strike outs, no walks and allowing no hits. Moses Perez worked behind the plate for the Dodgers for the full seven innings.

On Saturday, four Dodgers pitchers combined to hold the Bay Area Bombers to two hits for a 10-1 win.

Robert Busch pitched three innings, Kristian Hutchinson worked two innings, and Ricky Peterson and Gabe Fernandez each pitched an inning for the win.

Nick Solis hit two doubles and a single for the Dodgers. Dom Jackson doubled, Matt Gonzales and Anthony Perez each hit a pair of singles, and Moses Perez and Asher Hayes both singled.

The Dodgers swept a double-header from the Bay Area Bombers on Sunday. Gabe Fernandez pitched six-and-two-thirds innings in the first game for a 3-2 win. Dominic Jackson had a single and a double to lead the offense.

In the second game, Jackson pitched five innings in a 5-1 win for the Dodgers with Jakob Bouhuys going all seven innings behind the plate. The Dodgers got doubles from Solis and Moses Perez.

The Dodgers improved to a 20-12-2 record this season.

CAPTION: San Leandro Dodgers pitcher Matt Gonzales threw a 2-hitter at San Leandro Ballpark on Tuesday night to beat the Nor Cal Hurricanes


Arroyo to Host Baseball Clinic for Young Players PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Tuesday, 28 July 2015 14:28

Young baseball players who want to learn the game are invited to the 4th Annual Arroyo High Summer Baseball Clinic on July 27 to July 30.

Instruction will be offered to players between 7 and 15 years old from Arroyo coaches and varsity players, and former college and professional players. All players will receive an Arroyo Baseball Clinic T-shirt.

The hitting and base-running clinic will be on Monday and Tuesday, July 27 and 28; and the defense and pitching clinic will be on Wednesday and Thursday, July 29 and 30. The clinic runs from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on all four days.

Bring your glove, cap, cleats and baseball pants. Bats will be provided but you can bring your own.

The cost is $50 for each 2-day session, or $100 for all four days.

The purpose of the clinic is to improve performance of the individual player by building on strengths as well as recognizing and improving areas for development.

To register, download an injury waiver from the Arroyo High School Baseball Facebook page and mail it to:

Arroyo High School

Attn: Eric Anderson – Baseball Coach

15701 Lorenzo Ave

San Lorenzo, CA 94580

Or you can register on the day of the clinic by bringing a signed injury waiver and $60 per 2-day session. Arrive by 9 a.m. if you’re registering that day.

Space is limited so pre-registration is encouraged.  For more information, call coach Anderson at 317- 4072.


Fernandez Takes Mound, Dodgers Back in Win Column PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Thursday, 09 July 2015 12:16

The San Leandro Dodgers split their two games last week before taking a break over the Fourth of July weekend.

Redwood City (a 19-20 year old team) beat the Dodgers (17-under), 4-3, on Wednesday. Nick Solis, Logan Britto and Kristian Hutchison combined pitching duties for the Dodgers with Moses Perez working the whole game behind the plate.

Anthony Perez had two hits for the day. Solis hit a double and a single, Rudy Avila hit two singles, and Jacob Bouhuys singled.

On Thursday, the Dodgers bats came alive in a 10-2 win over the Washington Manor All Stars.

Anthony Perez hit a pair of singles, Hayes hit a double and a single, and other Dodgers with base hits were Moses Perez, Anthony Perkins, Bouhuys and Britto.

Gabe Fernandez pitched four innings for the Dodgers, and Robert Busch, Alvaro Lopez and Anthony Perkins each pitched an inning in relief.

The Dodgers will be on the road in Pleasanton and San Jose this week. The next game at San  Leandro Ballpark will be on Sunday, July 12, at 10:30 a.m. versus Fairfield, and then on Tuesday, July 14, at 5 p.m. against Nor Cal Market. Both of those home games will be nine-inning contests.


Solis and Hidalgo Put the Bat on the Ball for Dodgers in Reno Tourney PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Thursday, 02 July 2015 11:24

The San Leandro Dodgers (17-U) baseball team finished fifth among 20 teams at the Muckdogs Wood Bat Tournament in Reno, Nevada over the weekend as Nick Solis led the San Leandro team with four home runs in the tourney.

The Dodgers started off on Thursday by beating the Bay Area Bombers, 8-6.

On Friday, the Dodgers trounced Hard 90 (from Sacramento), 14-1.

In the first game on Saturday, the Dodgers beat the Oaks (from Concord), 8-2. The second game on Saturday ended in a 6-6 tie, called on account of darkness, against SSC Easton Cats (Sacramento).

On Sunday, Fairfield beat the Dodgers, 9-1.

Overall, the Dodgers were 3-1-1 for the tournament. Nick Solis went 10-for-12 at the plate in the tourney with four home runs, four singles, and two doubles, and one of his homers was a grand slam.

Mike Hidalgo went 11-for-15 at the plate with a home run, five singles, a double, and a triple. And Anthony Perez also hit a homer.

The Dodgers next game will be against the All Stars tonight (Thursday) at 6 p.m. at San Leandro Ballpark on Teagarden Street.


Dodgers Rebound after Getting Shut Down by Alameda PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Monday, 29 June 2015 08:54

062515sThe San Leandro Dodgers started off the week, despite a double by Nick Solis, at the losing end of a 12-0 shutout at the hands of the Alameda Mariners last Tuesday.

But the Dodgers (a 17 and under team) bounced back in the next four games with two wins and a game that ended in a tie.

The game on Wednesday with the Marin Wildcats ended in a 6-6 tie as the game was called after seven full innings. The Dodgers got a double by Gabe Fernandez.

On Thursday, the Dodgers shut out Future Prospects Elite, 7-0.

In Saturday’s double-header, the Danville Hoots edged the Dodgers, 2-1, in a pitchers’ duel with Ricky Peterson going seven innings for the Dodgers. San Leandro got hits by Gonzalez, Peterson, Solis, Hayes, Bouhuys and Fernandez.

Matt Gonzalez Tosses a 3-Hitter

In the second game of the twin bill, the Dodgers shut out Danville, 3-0, as Matt Gonzalez gave a great pitching performance with 12 strikeouts, two walks, and allowing just three hits.

Jakob Bouhuys worked behind the plate the full seven innings.

Britto and Solis each had two doubles. A. Perez hit a double and single and drove in two runs, and Perkins singled.

The Dodgers are traveling this week up to the annual tournament in Reno, Nevada that runs Thursday through Sunday. The team’s next game back at San Leandro Ballpark on Teagarden Street will be against the All Stars on Thursday, July 2, at 6 p.m.

CAPTION: San Leandro Dodgers third baseman and pitcher Nick Solis is one of the 17-and-under team’s leaders at the plate this year.


Assumption’s 4th Grade Boys Team Takes CYO Basketball Title PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Thursday, 11 June 2015 15:36


The players, from left to right, are Sam Quiroz, Hassan Flemming, Jack Larsen, Matthew Ruggiero, Atticas Gonzalez, Giovanni Sandoval and John Cooke, along with Coach David Ruggiero.

The Assumption School 4th grade boys basketball team won the 2015 Southern Alameda County Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) League Championship by beating St. Joachim, 24-22.

Assumption made the decisive basket in the championship game on a long shot right at the final buzzer for the win. The team, coached by Dave Ruggiero, showed great team work and excellent defense.


San Leandro Ports Win June Baseball Tourney; Dodgers Beat Orange, 10-0 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Thursday, 11 June 2015 15:33

The San Leandro Dodgers beat the APS Orange, 10-0, in the June Wood Bat Tournament at San Leandro Ballpark but the Dodgers were eliminated after losing to KTF Baseball and the Watsonville Aggies.

The San Leandro Ports went on to win the tourney.

In their win, two Dodgers pitchers combined for a shutout. Ricky Peterson pitched five innings and Gabe Fernandez pitched the final two frames.

Jakob Bouhuys hit a pair of singles for the Dodgers, Alvaro Lopez tripled, Gabe Fernandez and Asher Hayes doubled, and Dominic Jackson and Sam Diosdado both singled.

Bouhuys worked all seven innings behind the plate.

In the finals, the San Mateo Shockers eliminated the Alameda Tritons, and then the San Leandro Ports went on to beat San Mateo to become the 2015 June Wood Bat Champions.

The Dodgers play Redwood City at 7 tonight at SL Ballpark.

San Leandro High Boys Volleyball Team Wins WACC Championship PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Thursday, 04 June 2015 18:24

060415sThe San Leandro High boys volleyball team won the West Alameda County Conference (WACC) championship this year – an impressive first in the school’s history.

The Pirates were undefeated in league play and 21-3 overall.  The team then competed in the tough Division I North Coast Section playoffs, ultimately losing to Foothill High School.

San Leandro dominated the all-league selections, with senior setter Terry Zhong named “Player of the Year,” with outside hitters Jasper Jayagan, Samir Moshref and libero Paul Perilla named first team all-stars and middle hitters Tayler Hamilton and Jon Woods second team all-stars.

Also worthy of mention are setter Ervin Yangorin, back row specialists Glenn Espinosa and Byron Lazatin, front row specialist Hamlet Ramos, and all-around utility player, Christian Roxas.

With eight seniors graduating, the team will rebuild next year with the promising J.V. team and looks forward to the championship challenge.

CAPTION: The members of the WACC champion San Leandro High boys volleyball team are (back row) head coach Mark Nguyen, Jonathon Woods, Hamlet Ramos, Tayler Hamilton, Samir Moshref and assistant coach Lisa Wong. (Middle row) team assistant Vanessa Villacarte, Terry Zhong, Paul Perilla, Christian Roxas and team assistant Annaliza dela Cruz. (Front row) team assistant Alyssa Tolentino, Ervin Yangorin, Jasper Jayagan, Byron Lazatin, Glenn Espinosa and team assistant Vila Kim.


Powell Sets a CYO Record In the 800 Meters PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Thursday, 04 June 2015 18:21


Assumption School student Jasmine Powell  broke a 23-year CYO track record in the 800 meters on May 8, at the Diocesan Championships at Moreau Catholic High School in Hayward.  Powell ran the 800 in a time of 2:19.29.  She also placed first in the 400 meters in a time of 57.8 and the long jump in a distance of 16 feet 5 inches.

Dual Player of the Year Honors for Pirates Soccer PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Thursday, 04 June 2015 18:18

060415s2Two San Leandro High School seniors were both named Player of the Year for the West Alameda County Conference this year.

Sarahi Gutierrez and Carlos Herrera have been part of the boys and girls San Leandro varsity soccer teams since their freshman year of high school.

Gutierrez and Herrera both made immediate impacts on their teams and flourished as both students in the classroom and as athletes on the field. Their performances in their senior year earned them the highest award in the WACC.

San Leandro has only had a handful of past players who have earned this award but this was the first time in school history that a boy and girl from both teams received it in the same season.

The two players put in extra work after their practices in order to be the best on the field and would offer to help other teammates. They were ideal captains for both their teams and played key roles.

The impact they had on the game and with their team was undeniable.  All coaches from the league remembered who Carlos #23 and Sarahi #19 were every time they played against them.

Both student athletes will continue their education and soccer careers in college. Gutierrez will play for Cal State East Bay and Herrera will play out of state and will soon be making his final decision on which school.

CAPTION: Sarahi Gutierrez and Carlos Herrera were both named Player of the Year on their respective soccer teams.


Dodgers Baseball Beats Danville, Host Tourney this Week PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Thursday, 04 June 2015 18:29

The San Leandro Dodgers, a 17-and-under summer league team, are hosting their June Tournament this weekend at San Leandro Ballpark on Teagarden Street. Games will be played all through the day on Saturday and Sunday.

Over the past week, the Dodgers beat the Danville Bulls, 13-3, last Saturday as four Dodger pitchers combined for a 1-hitter – Sam Diosadado, Moses Perez, Gabe Fernandez and Logan Britto.

Moses Perez hit a double and single for the Dodgers. The Dodgers also got a pair of singles from Matt Gonzalez and Anthony Perez.

On Sunday, the Dodgers beat APS Danville, 12-3. Gonzalez, Dominic Jackson and Ricky Peterson pitched for the Dodgers. Perez and Jakob Bouhuys worked behind the plate.

Perez doubled and singled, and the Dodgers got hits by Peterson, Moses Perez, Matt Gonzalez, Gabe Fernandez, J. Perkins, Britto and Diosadado.




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