Ramona baseball players contribute to tournament win

Several Ramona High School students are playing on the 16-U Encinitas Gamers baseball team which recently won its third straight San Diego Elite Tournament Championship.

Ramona High’s Kyle Wilson pitched a complete game, one hitter, in the finals to lead the Gamers to the championship.

Joe Belluso (Ramona HS) and Kevin Alazard (La Costa Canyon HS) went 5-15. Ryan Hall (Ramona HS) joined Patrick McNabb and Ethan Abrams, both from La Costa Canyon High School, and Belluso on a pitching staff that allowed only six runs in five games.

Also playing on the team from Ramona are John Doulgeropoulos, Ryan Wilson, and Brandon Arthur.

Coach David Dinerman said the Encinitas Gamers    recruits students athletes of sound character from schools throughout North County San Diego.

Encinitas Gamers win the San Diego Elite Tournament Championship. Pictured, front row, are: Alex McAdoo (LaCosta Canyon HS); John Doulgeropoulos, Ryan Hall, Joe Belluso, Brandon Arthur (Ramona HS), Pete Mitchell (Torrey Pines HS); and David Martinez (San Dieguito Academy). In the second row are: Head Coach Jason Litt; Coach David Dinerman; Kevin McGill (Mt. Carmel HS); Ethan Abrams, Patrick McNabb, Kevin Alazard (La Costa Canyon HS); Ryan Wilson (Ramona HS); and Coach Robert Schengel. Not pictured: Adam Connors (Del Norte HS).

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Posted by Karen Brainard on Jun 18 2012. Filed under Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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