The boys’ varsity baseball team triumphed in their last games against Menlo at home 9-0 and away 6-1, and their face-off against Carlmont on April 25 ended in a narrow but hard-fought win 2-0. Now they look to their next games against Hillsdale to make up for their brief slump early in the season.
According to senior and second baseman Savaun Brown, their winning streak has not come without challenges.
“We started off pretty good but midway through the season we got a little rocky,” Brown said. “But after spring break pretty well, we expect to go to CCS and play well for the rest of the season.”
Thanks to an impressive team morale and some standouts like junior pitcher Emilio Flores, senior left fielder Justin Brunicardi, and senior shortstop Carlo Lopiccolo, the Panthers don’t seem to be slowing down any time soon.