Cypress baseball trainer John Weber got his 300th occupation win Wednesday when the Centurions beat Huntington Beach 9-3 at Mater Dei High in a consolation game of the Boras Standard.
Cal State Fullerton-signed elderly third baseman Cameron Repetti had four hits as well as left-hander Brett Wozniak pitched a full game for the Centurions (14-2) who are rated No. 1 in Orange Area and also in CIF-Southern Area Department 1.
Cypress plays Mater Dei on Thursday at twelve noon in an alleviations semifinal at Mater Dei High.
An additional landmark met by Coach Weber.
Todays win versus Huntington Beach places him at 3 & #x 20e3; 0 & #x 20e3; 0 & #x 20e3; wins below at Cypress.
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March 27, 2019 Weber remains in his 14th year as the head coach at Cypress. His various other training quits include his function as an assistant instructor at Santa Ana College, which won two state championships when Weber helped Dons long time head trainer Don Sneddon.
Likewise at the Boras Standard:
No. 2 Orange Lutheran 2, Maranatha of Pasadena 0: Junior right-hander Max Rajcic, a USC commit, pitched a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts for the Lancers (11-3) in a consolation second-round game at JSerra.
Orange Lutheran shed to Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks 2-1 in the preliminary Tuesday. The Lancers play Great Oak of Temecula in a consolation semifinal Thursday at midday at JSerra.
No. 16 Mater Dei 5, Simi Valley 3: Brett Nelson hit the very first over-the-fence house run of his baseball life as the Monarchs (9-7) scored all of their runs in the bottom of the 7th inning in the alleviation second-round win.
Nelson, a junior outfielder, hit the home run with 2 outs as well as 2 strikes.