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Temecula Valley’s Drew Seelman picks up one of the Golden Bears five hits as they fall to the visiting Broncos 2-0 in Southwestern league play
Temecula Valley’s Drew Seelman picks up one of the Golden Bears five hits as they fall to the visiting Broncos 2-0 in Southwestern league play
Bronco senior J.T. McLellan throws a complete game shutout allowing five hits in Vista Murrieta’s 2-0 victory over Temecula Valley Tuesday afternoon.
Bronco senior J.T. McLellan throws a complete game shutout allowing five hits in Vista Murrieta’s 2-0 victory over Temecula Valley Tuesday afternoon.
Ian Nowak lines a double down the left field line driving in the first run for the Broncos.
Ian Nowak lines a double down the left field line driving in the first run for the Broncos.
Vista Murrieta’s Angel Ortiz collides with Golden Bear’s second baseman David Maldonado, Angel would go on to score what would be the winning run in the Broncos 2-0 victory over Temecula Valley.
Vista Murrieta’s Angel Ortiz collides with Golden Bear’s second baseman David Maldonado, Angel would go on to score what would be the winning run in t...

HS Baseball: Broncos shutout Temecula Valley 2-0


Vista Murrieta Climbing Back Into the Southwestern League Race


Thursday, April 17th, 2014
Issue 16, Volume 18.
Charles McKee
Sports Writer


Senior pitcher JT McClellan scattered five hits over seven innings and quieted Temecula Valley’s big bats to shut-out the Golden Bears 2-0 and get the Broncos back into the hunt for the Southwestern league Crown. Vista Murrieta scored once in the fourth and another in the sixth to earn their third league win against three losses. The Broncos are 13-4 overall.

Junior Ian Nowalk provided the spark for Vista Murrieta as he went 2-for-3 with a double, scored and knocked in a run. Junior Angel Ortiz also went 2-for-3 and scored for the Broncos. Benny Blackwell and Ruben Ornelus had hits for VMHS.

The Golden Bears had hits from Alec Garret, Mitch Kemp, Samari Buchanan, Drew Seelman and AJ Sawyer but just couldn’t put them together to score. The loss puts Temecula Valley at 13-3 overall and 4-2 in league play and throws the Golden Bears into a three-way tie for the league lead with Murrieta Valley and Great Oak. The Nighthawks beat the Wolfpack 6-3 yesterday.

Temecula Valley and the Broncos will face off again today at Vista Murrieta. Game time is 3:30pm.


 

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