The Marin Catholic High baseball team had enough left in the tank after withstanding a big inning from Tam to score the go-ahead run in the seventh inning of a 8-7 victory on Friday.
MC senior Carl Schmidt homered twice and drove in three runs, while Emmet George homered and drove in three runs. Brad Burnes had a double and two RBI for the second-place Wildcats (9-2, 6-2 MCAL).
Tyler Buxton was 2 for 4 with a homer and three RBIs, while Tito Fierstein was 2 for 3 for Tam (8-8, 7-3). Pitcher Eli Solem gave up one run in 2.1 innings.
George scattered four hits across four innings, while striking out one and walking three as four Wildcats pitchers combined on a seven-hitter.
Lindsay Harrison hit a home run and a triple as part of a 19-hit day for Marin Catholic in an 18-0 win against Terra Linda on Friday.
Harrison drew two walks, drove in three runs and scored twice. Starting pitcher Selena Pena also homered and threw three innings of one-hit ball.
Sammy Horn and Anya Jaroszewski led MC (6-2, 3-2) with three hits apiece. Lauren Osheroff, Gracyn Lovette, Pena, and Harrison had two hits apiece. Lovette and Harrison had a team-high three RBIs.
The race for first place in the MCAL continued to tighten Friday as Marin Catholic held off Tam, 7-5. The Wildcats (7-4, 4-0) entered the day tied for first place with Redwood (8-3, 3-0), which played St. Ignatius on Friday.
Tam (6-6, 2-2) is fighting with Novato for third place.
Terra Linda’s senior leadership stepped up in Thursday’s 11-5 victory over San Rafael. Ava Jorgensen led the Trojans with five goals, while Nola Gabbard scored four goals and Lucy Jaworski tallied two goals. Junior goalkeeper Adina Golbus had four saves for the Trojans (6-4, 1-3).
Derek Newhall shot an even-par 35 to lead Terra Linda past San Marin, 197-243, on a record-setting day Thursday. According to Trojans head coach Steve Troya it was the first time his team broke the 200 mark during his career.
Sean Madden finished at 36 and freshman Kaden Martin shot a 40 for the Trojans (6-5). Noah Duncan led the Mustangs with a 40.
The ball bounced the Wildcats’ way in some key matchups as Marin Catholic defeated San Rafael 6-1 Friday. The Wildcats’ Colin Johnston held on for a 6-3, 7-5 win at No. 2 singles, while Will Shepard outlast the Bulldogs’ Avi Levine at No. 4 singles, 2-6, 6-1, 10-5. Meanwhile, Marin Catholic’s Scott Bell and Craig Parker held off San Rafael’s Carter and Charlie Bussi, 7-6, 1-6, 10-6, at No. 2 doubles.
San Domenico (9-0) extended its undefeated streak with Wednesday’s victory over International.
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