By Ryan Nakamura
Despite their best efforts, the boys baseball team’s season came to an end after a 3-0 loss to Temple City last Thursday.
Three scoreless innings quickly rolled by as neither team was able to reach home. With South Pas pressing the offensive, the Tigers seemed determined to finish league with a win. However, that quickly faded when Temple City drove in one run up the middle, taking the decisive first run.
The Rams would get another run in the fifth after walking the hitter with bases loaded. Senior Paul Amerine would slow the offense from the Rams with a rapid double play to keep the Tigers in the game but South Pas still suffered in stabilizing their offense.
Temple City scored again, forcing the score to 3-0.
The Tigers would try their hand at converting runs in the seventh but fell short with junior Connor Dolan stuck at second base. South Pas wouldn’t go any further and lost to a final score of 3-0 to Temple City.
This defeat concludes the boys baseball season with a 2-10 record in league and an overall record of 7-14.
“I see a bunch of good guys and great players so despite our record, we pushed through adversity and I’m proud of us,” Amerine added.