Burzell, Laguna’s Top Pitcher

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Baseball (16-8, 11-0)

Blake Burzell became Laguna’s top all-time pitcher as the Breakers continued to cruise through the league race.

The senior, already the all-time scorer in basketball, became the Breakers top pitcher with 207 career innings and a  26-8 career win record. He is just four strikeouts away from a third record, set by Steve Shapard in 1967-69.

Last week Laguna took a pair of five-inning mercy rule contests with Godinez winning 26-1 on April 24 and 12-0 on April 27. Should Laguna lose one or both their two games with Costa Mesa this week they will need to split their series with Estancia (14-9, 8-3) next week to capture their sixth straight conference crown.

Southern Section CIF playoffs will be announced on Monday, May 14. Breakers opening game should be Thursday, May 17 at Laguna.

Leaders after 24 played game:

Batting Average:   .451 – Michael Kerner

Hits:                           35   – Grady Morgan

Doubles:                                     13  – Grady Morgan

Triples:                        2 – Cutter Clawson, K Freeman, M. Kerner

Home Runs:             6 – Grady Morgan

RBI’s:                         25 – Grady Morgan

Stolen Bases            7 – Jared Angus & Eric Silva

ERA:                           1.81 Lack Loechner (6-2), 1.94 – Blake Burzell (6-0),

Strikeouts:               43 – Blake Burzell

 

 

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