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Paly scores 17 unanswered runs in demolition of Milpitas

Paly scores 17 unanswered runs in demolition of Milpitas

Jared Wulbrun, Executive Senior Staff Writer

April 25, 2018

On Wednesday, baseball rolled over Milpitas behind 16 hits and a whopping 17 total runs through just 6 innings at the dish with a final score of 17-2. After the top of the first inning the Vikes were down two runs right off the bat, but bounced back by putting up six runs in the bottom half of the...

Rojahn, Casey dominate on the mound as Baseball wins 3-1 over Homestead

Rojahn, Casey dominate on the mound as Baseball wins 3-1 over Homestead

Bryan Look, Senior Staff Writer

April 14, 2018

In a tight pitchers duel, Baseball topped Homestead 3-1 behind a three-run bottom of the sixth to comeback and win.   With ace Spencer Rojahn (‘18) on the mound, the Vikings had to feel confident coming into the contest especially after beating Homestead 11-5 on Wednesday. Rojahn also hadn...

Baseball clinches out-right league title by beating Mountain View 3-1

Baseball clinches out-right league title by beating Mountain View 3-1

Bryan Look, Editor-in-Chief

April 22, 2017

Baseball (18-4, 11-1) beat Mountain View 3-1 behind a complete game pitched by Aron Ecoff (‘17) to clinch the outright league title.   The Vikings got on the board early. Max Jung-Goldberg (‘18) tripled to lead off the bottom of the first and Ben Cleasby (‘17) singled him home to ta...

Baseball wins 3-0 over Homestead behind Chang throwing a two-hit shutout

Baseball wins 3-0 over Homestead behind Chang throwing a two-hit shutout

Bryan Look

March 29, 2017

On Wednesday, Baseball moved to 7-0 in league play by beating Homestead at home, 3-0, lead by starting pitcher Ryan Chang (‘17) throwing a two-hit shutout.   Baseball came into this season with lofty expectations, but struggled to find their groove as they lost two of their first three g...

Baseball crushes Mountain View 9-2 in league opener

Baseball crushes Mountain View 9-2 in league opener

Zoe Bhargava and Clara Harrington

March 11, 2015

On Wednesday afternoon, Paly baseball took down the Mountain View Spartans 9-2 in its league opener. “Our team was fantastic, a lot of energy, they came out strong,” head coach Pete Fukuhara said. “Every single guy came out ready to play, and they did a really good job for the league opener.” The...

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