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Rancho Santa Fe sports update

By Gideon Rubin

Baseball

Santa Fe Christian extended its Coastal League South winning streak to eight games to start the season as the Eagles defeated Rock Academy 14-1 on May 8.

The victory followed a 7-4 league win against La Jolla Country Day the previous day.

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Dillon Paulson had three hits including two home runs and drove in six runs to lead the Eagles in the Rock Academy game.

Cole Weaver had three hits including a double and drove in four runs and Chase Bushor added two hits including a double and three runs scored.

Brian Finley, who was credited with the victory, allowed one run in four innings of no-hit ball. Finley struck out five batters and allowed seven walks.

Tyler Ledbetter had two hits including a two-run homer and Dillon Paulson had one hit and three RBI to lead the Eagles in the LJCD game.

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Luke Vandertie added two hits.

Dillon Paulson, who was credited with the victory, allowed four runs in 5 1/3 innings. He struck out seven batters and allowed one walk.

The Eagles improved to 7-0 in league and 18-5 overall for the season.


Torrey Pines split a two-game Palomar League series with Poway.

The Falcons won the first game 5-3 on May 7 but lost the second game 4-3 two days later.

James Rutledge and Matthew Mullen each had two hits to lead the Falcons in the first game.

C.J. Stubbs added a double and Jake Singer had one hit and scored two runs.

Josh Sidney, who was credited with the victory,  allowed three runs (one earned) on six hits in 4 1/3 innings.

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Tom Baronner and Cole Klemke each had two hits and one RBI in defeat for the Falcons in the second game.

Kenny Mares, who took the loss, allowed one unearned run on two hits in one inning in relief of starter Pete Mitchell.

Mitchell struck out five batters and allowed three runs on four hits and two walks in five innings.

The Falcons improved to 3-8 in league and 12-13 overall for the season.


Cathedral Catholic’s unbeaten run in Eastern League play ended as the Dons experienced a 5-4 loss to Scripps Ranch on May 9.

The Dons fell to 6-1 in league and 21-3 overall for the season.


Canyon Crest Academy was swept by Mt. Carmel in a two-game Palomar League series.

The Ravens lost the first game 7-3 on May 7 and the second game 5-4 two days later.

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Tommy Kuznia had a double, scored a run and drove in a run in defeat for the Ravens in the first game.

Jacob Gotta had two hits and two RBI in the second game and Kuznia contributed two hits and one RBI.

The Ravens fell to 3-6 in league and 9-13 overall for the season.

Softball:

Cathedral Catholic extended its winning streak to 12 games as the first-place Dons defeated Clairemont 10-4 in a Western League game on May 7.

Sarai Niu had three hits and Laurel Coito had a triple, three RBI and two runs scored to lead the Dons in the Clairemont game.

Devyn Magnett, who was credited with the victory, allowed four runs (two earned) on six hits in seven innings. She struck out five batters and allowed three walks.

Magnett, who was credited with the victory, struck out six batters and allowed one run on five hits and one walk in five innings.

The Dons improved to 11-0 in league and 23-2 overall for the season.

Girls lacrosse:

Top-seeded Canyon Crest Academy defeated No. 8 La Jolla 18-3 in an Open Division quarterfinal playoff game on May 10.

Katie Carlson had five goals and two assists to lead the Ravens and Alexa Carter added three goals and one assist.

Alyson Tharp contributed two goals and one assist.

The Ravens improved their overall record for the season to 17-2.


No. 6 seeded Torrey Pines upset No. 3 Scripps Ranch 12-7 in an Open Division quarterfinal playoff game on May 10.

Kacey McKinnon scored four goals and had one assist and Chelsea Mapes scored two goals and had three assists to lead the Falcons.

Camille Doan added three goals and Alex Rasmussen added one and three assists.

Falcons goalie Natalie Chaffin had six saves.

The Falcons improved their overall record for the season to 8-12.


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