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Tam baseball clinches best record with win over Redwood

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The Tam High baseball team clinched the unofficial MCAL Title on Thursday, beating Redwood 5-1 to win the season series against the league’s No. 2 team.

Alex Dargan struck out six and allowed five hits and a run in six innings of work. Tucker Bougie hit his fourth home run of the season and struck out the side in the seventh to help Tam move to 16-1 on the year. Dargan, Matteo Bellisimo and Henry Basnight all drove in runs for the Red-tailed Hawks.

Redwood starter Michael Bender kept Tam in check until the third when the Hawks plated three runs. They added solo runs in the fifth and sixth to extend their lead. Sam Rice had an RBI single in the sixth for the Giants (13-4).

While each team has three games left on their schedules, Tam now owns the tiebreaker with their series win. A league champion won’t officially be crowned for this season since there is no MCAL Tournament, but the MCAL baseball coaches agreed at the start of the season to honor the team with the best record at season’s end.

  • Marin Catholic scored three runs in the fifth and held off a late rally from San Marin to beat the Mustangs 4-2 on Thursday. The win snapped a three-game skid for the Wildcats (12-7), who got solid offensive outings from Henry Farrell (1 for 3, double, two RBIs) and Kody Perry (3 for 3, RBI), among others. Van Larson picked up his sixth win of the season, striking out five and allowing six hits in 5.2 innings. Peter Nebb and Garrett Abell eached doubled and drove in a run for San Marin (8-9).
  • San Rafael defeated cross-town rival Terra Linda 8-1 on Thursday. Tynan Weathers doubled and drove in a pair while Cassius Allen also chipped in two RBIs. San Rafael (6-11) starter Marcos Tolliver struck out two and allowed four hits and a run in 4.2 innings before giving way to Will Davison, who struck out a pair and allowed no hits in 2.1 innings in relief.

Girls basketball

Marin Catholic took care of San Rafael 50-22 on Thursday behind a complete-team effort. Sophomore Gracyn Lovette and freshman Maddie Dayton each scored 10 points to lead the Wildcats (4-3). Schuyler Kallmeyer added six points and Roxanne Jennings and Cecily Hadid each chipped in five.

  • Margaret Young scored 15 points and Lucy Johnson played stellar defense to lead Archie Williams to a 38-24 win over Tam on Thursday.
  • Terra Linda battled but came up short against one of the Bay Area’s best in Piedmont, 67-43, on Wednesday. Angela Murray and Bridget Boyle each scored 14 points to lead Terra Linda while Joelle Jones had 10 and Aislinn McKelvey chipped in with 5 points.

Girls soccer

Maxie St. Sure scored an unassisted goal to lift San Rafael to a 1-0 victory against San Marin on Wednesday.

Boys soccer

Terra Linda scored four times in the first 20 minutes, setting the tone for a wild 11-3 victory against Novato on Wednesday. The Hornets recovered to make it a 5-3 game at the half before TL scored six times in the second half. Tyler Bell led the way with three goals for TL.

Boys basketball

Dylan Hayman scored 27 points to lead Healdsburg to a 58-41 win over Marin Catholic on Wednesday. AJ Rohosy paced the Wildcats with a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds while Kyle Winters added 12 points.

Boys tennis

Nico Remedies’ win at No. 4 singles sealed Terra Linda’s 5-2 win over Novato on Wednesday. Ryan Hoane won 6-1, 6-1 in No. 1 singles while Logan Birkenseer and Quinn Birkenseer led the Trojans at No. 1 doubles, 6-1, 6-2. TL swept all three doubles matches.

  • San Marin defeated San Rafael 5-2 on Wednesday. The Mustangs got wins in No. 2, 3 and 4 singles and in No. 1 and 2 doubles. Elijah Cho picked up the win in No. 1 singles for San Rafael, 6-0, 6-0.
  • Nickawn Namdar picked up a 6-3, 6-2 win in No. 1 singles but Marin Catholic fell 6-1 to Redwood on Wednesday. Charlie Boyden, Jake Feehan and Alex Fisch picked up singles wins for the Giants at No. 2, 3 and 4, respectively. Polo Cowan and Dylan Kapur won 8-4 in No. 1 doubles to lead Redwood in the sweep.

College softball

Dominican was swept on Thursday in the second day of play of the PacWest Automatic Qualifier Pod Series. The Penguins (17-19), who split their first two games of the Pod Series on Wednesday, were shut down offensively Thursday in a 2-0 loss to Concordia University Irvine followed by a 4-0 loss to Hawaii Hilo.

On Wednesday, the Penguins beat Hawaii Hilo 5-2 before falling to Concordia University Irvine 9-3. Lauren Lapinid hit a home run and drove in four while Ramirez went 4 for 8 with a double and two runs scored for the day. Shelby Keltner also moved to 9-8 on the season with six strikeouts and six hits allowed against Hawaii Hilo.

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