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All-Area second team baseball

Cole Currie, Soph., Infielder, Crescenta Valley

Aside from providing great defense, the second-team All-Pacific League pick hit .264 and scored 21 runs.

Derek Georgino, Junior, Infielder, La Cañada

Hit .365 with a .442 slugging percentage and 10 RBI, scored six runs and stole four bases, while maintaining a perfect fielding percentage.


Johnny Karalis, Soph., Utility, Bell-Jeff

Named first-team All-Santa Fe League, Karalis hit.400 (16 for 40) and posted .449 on-base and .500 slugging percentages, scoring and driving in 12 runs and swiping seven bases.

Mitch Kellogg, Soph., Utility, Bell-Jeff

Contributed heavily as he was named first-team All-Santa Fe League. Had a .362 batting average (21 for 58), .449 on-base percentage, scored 18 times, collected 15 RBIs and stole five bases. He caught 10 runners stealing from behind the plate, too.


Matt Landini, Junior, Infielder, Bell-Jeff

Posted a .355 batting average (22 for 62) and .406 on-base and .532 slugging percentage to earn first-team all-league honors. He scored 24 runs, drove in 14 and led the team on the mound with a 3.15 earned-run average.

Brendan McKiernan, Freshman, Outfielder, Flintridge Prep

Second-team All-Prep league selection batted .370 (27 of 73) and drove in 17 runs and scored 27 runs.

Joey Malham, Senior, Pitcher, St. Francis

Second-team All-Mission League pick went 6-3 with 3.11 ERA.

Tyler Pollak, Senior, Outfielder, Crescenta Valley

An underrated outfielder, Pollak hit .375 with 10 runs scored.


Kyle Pomeroy, Senior, Pitcher, Crescenta Valley

All-Pacific League honorable mention went 6-0 with a 1.02 ERA and 44 strikeouts.

Scott Stetson, Senior, Utility, La Cañada

The All-Rio Hondo League first-team selection hit .429 and slugged .571. The Chapman-University-bound catcher also drove in nine runs and scored 14 times.

Karlsen Termini, Soph., Infielder, Flintridge Prep

Second-team All-Prep League pick batted .328 (22 of 67) and drove in a team-best 28 runs in 22 games with 11 doubles and a .567 slugging percentage.

Tei Vanderford, Junior, Utility, St. Francis

Switching between four positions, he batted .343 with two home runs and 23 RBIs. As a pitcher, he went 3-1 with a 3.14 ERA and 37 strikeouts.