After upsetting top-seeded St. Francis in last season’s Central Coast Section Division I playoffs, the Carlmont baseball team continued to have doubters, with some calling the win a fluke.
The Scots have come out this season looking to dispel any notion what they did was a fluke.
“We wanted to come out the gates and prove it wasn’t a fluke,” Carlmont coach Rich Vallero said. “We’re always hearing excuses of why we beat [St. Francis].” Read More
The Carlmont High School baseball team is off to a strong 5-1 start this spring entering Wednesday, looking to finally claim the Peninsula Athletic League title for themselves after back-to-back seasons finishing in second.
But despite outscoring their first six opponents by a 5-1 margin, and opening PAL Bay Division play with a 12-2 rout over El Camino last week, Scots coach Rich Vallero is not satisfied. Read More