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High School Roundup: New League Doesn’t Stop Little Fremont Christian From Winning Another Baseball Title

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Fremont Christian celebrates league crown

Longtime Fremont Christian Baseball coach Chris Gomez said he still can’t believe his team captured the league championship, even as he enjoyed a postgame dinner at a nearby Mexican restaurant .

Gomez said that having advanced to a stronger league this spring, Fremont Christian was not expected to rise to the top. But the Warriors found a way to clinch the title by defeating an undefeated Redwood Christian pitcher on Monday, playing a league game at their home turf.

Fremont Christian won 2–1.

“I don’t know how we did it,” Gomez said. “I was sitting in the restaurant saying I don’t know. The man was pitching very well against us. That was 8-0. I don’t know how we did it.”

He did it behind seniors Danielle Lopez, Emilio Martin and Jadon Campagna – each of whom debuted in 2019 as freshmen on Fremont Christian’s North Coast Section Division V championship team – and junior pitcher Troy Frazier.

With the score without a game in fifth, Martin doubled and Campagna went intentionally. After the strikeout, López followed with a double to drive into Martin and Campagna.

That was all the offense Frazier needed. He allowed seven hits and scored five but scored only in the seventh inning. Frazier won his 10th game by scoring 10 runs.

“He’s having a wonderful year on the mound,” Gomez said.

Fremont Christian managed only two hits against Craig Yanagihara, whom Gomez said was a hitter against his team last season.

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Gomez’s schedule has won 11 consecutive league championships, but it was the team’s first in the Bay Counties League East.

Fremont is 18–2 on aggregate in the Christian league and 12–1 in the league.

Redwood Christian and St. Joseph’s Notre Dame have each suffered three league defeats.

When asked what he told his team after the game, Gomez said, “I just told them how proud I am. Such a small school (about 160 enrollments), for having the smallest enrollment in the entire league, I find them very proud. We were essentially bumped from BCL to BCL East and were definitely anticipated to be on the downside.

“It’s my 22nd year. I’ve also won a section title. It’s the most impressive championship I’ve ever won.”

No. 16 Carlmont 1, Sequoia 0

Colton Fischer scattered eight hits and two walks to pitch the shutout as Carlemont secured at least one tie for the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division title with a home win over Sequoia.

Jack Vanoncini scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh.

Carlmont improved to 19-6-1, 11-2.

The Scots have a league game to go on Wednesday at Sequoia.

Burlingame, who have had three league losses, have two league games left against Menlo-Atherton on Wednesday and Friday.

No. 20 Mountain View 10, Cupertino 6

Tyler Yokum scored a hit and three, and Aaron Beer scored a hit and two to give Mountain View a home win over Cupertino in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League de Anza Division game.

Mountain View (17-10, 8-6) made their league playoff debut against Santa Clara at home today.

Cupertino fell 9-14, 1-13.

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Vintage 3, No. 6 Benicia 0

In a non-league game at home, Benicia’s modest winning streak came to an end as Remy Gamsby pitched a three-hitter with 14 strikes and Shelby Morse had three hits, including a homer and two RBIs to lead the vintage. were to do.

Benicia, who had won four in a row, fell 16-6. The vintage is 16-3.

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Athletic director Omar Sanchez said John Trotman has been named the football coach at St. Mary-Berkeley. Trotman took over from former Cal star Jahvid Best, who led the program for one season and is now running back coach at Bishop O’Dowd.

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