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Tam Baseball Rolls Over Redwood

Tam Baseball Rolls Over Redwood

By Eddie Schultz

May 3, 2018

Tam Baseball had their way with Redwood on Tuesday, May 1, in a 12-1 away victory. “Our outfield played an unbelievable game and our new freshman Charlie Boyle particularly played well in the outfield today,” said junior Andrew Frame. Senior and Tam News Editor Jack Loder pitched, throwing a comple...

Varsity Baseball Shuts Down Marin Catholic

Varsity Baseball Shuts Down Marin Catholic

By Connor Dargan

April 30, 2018

Tam baseball defeated Marin Catholic at home 7-4 on Thursday, April 19.  Led by seniors Jake Franco (single, 2 RBI) and Tam News reporter Alex Bires (two singles, RBI), Tam’s offense was able to jump out in front. It was a close game up until the bottom of the fifth inning, where Tam’s offense...

Varsity Baseball Beats Maria Carillo

Varsity Baseball Beats Maria Carillo

By Miles Rubens

May 29, 2017

The boys’ varsity baseball team defeated Maria Carrillo high school 4-1 in an away game in the first round of the North Coast Section (NCS) Division Two playoffs. A complete game gem by senior pitcher Nick Kennison was crucial in the victory, but it took a team effort to walk away with the win. “E...

Varsity Baseball Advances to NCS Championship

Varsity Baseball Advances to NCS Championship

By Riley Kuffner

May 28, 2014

The boys’ varsity baseball team defeated the Alcalanes High School Dons in a tight pitchers' duel 2-0 on Wednesday, May 28.  With the win, the team will advance to the NCS Championship game this Saturday, May 31 at Diablo Valley College at 12:30 pm. Junior Mason Collins took the mound to start...

Boys’ Varsity Baseball Enjoying Success

By Joe Laland and Joe Laland

May 14, 2013

Last year, the varsity baseball team rode a hot streak all the way to the NCS championship game in the Oakland Coliseum. This year, they appear to be picking up similar momentum. The Hawks (12-8) are on a 3-game winning streak, after beating some of the toughest teams in MCAL. “[The] last few games,...

Throwing a Curveball: Playing in Havana Changes Up Pitcher’s Perspective

Throwing a Curveball: Playing in Havana Changes Up Pitcher’s Perspective

By Kenny Rosenberg

March 29, 2013

When I first stepped off the plane, it was hot, it was humid, and it felt as though everyone was watching me. It’s not every day that an American high school baseball team travels to Havana, Cuba, to play against local teams. The first team we faced was a municipal team formed from one of the ...

Varsity baseball MCAL preview

By Joe Laland

March 7, 2012

Last year, the baseball team barely made the playoffs after winning a play-in game against Justin-Siena. The Hawks’ main strategy was small ball, in large part due to the wood bats required by MCAL rules. The momentum from last year has led the Hawks to expect an MCAL championship this year. “The...

Yellow lab assists varsity baseball

Yellow lab assists varsity baseball

By Joe Laland

March 7, 2012

Baseball managers have often been labeled as very passionate. Tam’s manager Mike Terry is no different, but he also brings something unique to the table: his best friend and trustworthy assistant, Coach Schmidty. The unique thing about Coach Schmidty is that he isn’t actually a person. He’s ...