The Watsonville High Wildcatz were held to just one hit in their 6-0 loss on Friday night at Jack’s Park in Monterey.

Watsonville finished its season with a 10-14 overall record and a 10-8 Monterey Bay League Pacific division record.

The ‘Catz will graduate five: James Flota, Clayton Galassi, Jason Garza, Gio Gonzalez and Ryan Rivera.

• Alvarez 13, Pajaro Valley 4 – Pajaro Valley’s season came to a close with an MBL-P loss on Friday night.

The Grizzlies put together a 3-18 overall record and went 1-17 in league action, beating cross-city rival Watsonville earlier this season to halt a 131-game losing against league opponents. Pajaro Valley will graduate five: Daivian Quintana, Danny Lopez, Angel Chavez, Victor Vea and Andres Yanes-Garcia.

• St. Francis, Aptos split – St. Francis High and Aptos High split their two-game series last week to finish tied for second in the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League. The Sharks won, 6-1, on Thursday but the Mariners exacted revenge on Friday with an 8-5 victory.

On May 10, Julian Mendoza, Josiah Granados-Diaz and C.J. Gomez all hit doubles for St. Francis, while pitcher Chase Watkins tossed a two-hitter with two walks and seven strikeouts.

The following day, Luke Keaschall and Jacob Mendoza each homered for Aptos, which piled up 14 hits in the win. Will Murphy and Shane Modena doubled for the Mariners.



• Cabrillo earns awards – Cabrillo College sophomore catcher Michaela Decker was named to the California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association All-State team, it was recently announced.

Decker led Cabrillo in RBIs (27), doubles (15), triples (3) and batting average (.404), while also finishing second on the team in hits (46).

Cabrillo finished the season with an 11-28 overall record and placed fifth in the Coast Conference South division at 4-10.



• Breakers 1, Glens 0 – The Santa Cruz Breakers FC improved to 2-0 on the season with a Saturday night win over the San Francisco Glens SC at Cabrillo College.

Walmer Martinez scored the eventual game-winning goal off an assist from Ramiro Corrales.

The Breakers host Southern California Seahorses on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

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