Baseball: Sierra Canyon on wrong end of first two games against Notre Dame in the 3-game set

Sierra Canyon loses first two games to Notre Dame in Mission League play

By Jacob H. Pollon


The Sierra Canyon baseball team is trying to finish in the upper half of the Mission League to secure a playoff spot.

It is in dangerous territory after two losses this week against Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks.

In a 2-0 shutout setback Tuesday, freshman right-hander Sean Parrow was solid. Parrow only gave up a run on three hits and a walk with three strikeouts in 5 1/3 innings.

However, the Trailblazers bats went cold.

Greyson Gullage had two hits, Andrew Nelson had a hit and Mikhal Johnson recorded a hit.

Johnson and Aidan Jahng each had a walk.

Thursday saw Notre Dame come away with an 8-1 victory in Sherman Oaks.

Julian Areliz had two hits, including a double and walked.

Areliz has signed with UC San Diego.

Nelson had a hit and a walk and scored the lone run for the Trailblazers.

Jahng and Jack Shtrum each had a hit for Sierra Canyon.

Sierra Canyon faces the Knights for the final game of the three-game series today at 3:30 at home in Chatsworth.