When Westlake High’s Jim Henderson hit for the cycle and drove in six runs Monday in a 19-8 win over Lompoc at Westlake, he did more than just break up the Lompoc defense.
His sixth run batted in gave him 23 this season, a new Westlake school record.
Not to be overshadowed by Henderson, Westlake’s Matt Franco collected his 30th hit, also a school record.
After missing part of the baseball season because he was playing for Agoura’s highly regarded soccer team, Mitch Meyers joined his team as a pitcher and quickly has made an impact.
In three games Meyers has 16 strikeouts and a 4.02 earned run average. He is 2-1.
Teammate Marty Williams has 19 hits this season, 12 for extra bases. He leads his team with five doubles, three triples and four home runs. Williams is batting .422 with 21 RBIs. He also has six stolen bases. Agoura is undefeated in the Frontier League.
Pete Kuld, a catcher for College of the Canyons, signed a letter of intent Sunday to play for Pepperdine next year.
Kuld, who also plays first base, is batting .343 with 9 home runs and 30 RBIs.
Sonoma State’s Tony Ciccone, who led the state in stolen bases last season at Canyons and was an All-City player at Monroe, has been impressing professional scouts.
An outfielder turned second baseman, Ciccone is batting .370. He was a guest of the Dodgers at Candlestick Park earlier this week.