The constantly improving Lady Bulldogs recorded their best week of the softball season as they picked up three wins, two in Palomar League action, to improve to 13-13 overall and 3-5 in league.
Lexi Slater’s bat remained torrid as she picked up nine hits and two more home runs in the three games.
If you have never seen Johnny Puleo and his Harmonica Gang, Google it. Writing this article reminded me of that old vaudeville act.
Coach Damon Baldwin recently informed me that three members of the offensive line had done well at lineman’s camp. That was all of the motivation that I needed to invite the returning members of the offensive line out to lunch.
Doug Failla recently returned to competitive tennis. Doug started playing tennis at the age of 7 and started playing competitive tennis at the age of 9.
His mom (Nancy) and dad (Don) got him and his brother Greg started in the state of Washington and the two have been playing tennis literally all over the world ever since.
Ramona’s golf team is playing good golf and carding some impressive scores.
The Bulldog golfers played three matches against two of the top teams in the county and lost some close matches on April 5, 6 and 7. They are now 9-5 in medal play and are 2-3 in the Palomar League.
Ramona put up its third best score in school history but lost to Palomar League foe and perennial power Torrey Pines 182-186 on April 5