The Buccaneers finished their season in style with a sweep of the High Desert Heat and finished in fourth place of the SCCBL.
Inland Valley (11-19-1, 5-11) triumphed 11-2 over High Desert (8-18, 4-10) on Saturday afternoon in Game 2 of the double dip at Victor Valley College.
The Bucs finished their final 15 games with a winning record of 8-6-1.
The Buccaneers (10-19-1, 4-11) defeated the High Desert Heat (8-17, 4-11) 8-3 on Saturday afternoon at Victor Valley College in Game 1 of the doubleheader.
Gerardo Ramirez (3-2) continued his recent dominance on the mound tossing seven innings while allowing no earned runs and striking out four.Read More »Bucs Force Heat to Walk the Plank
The Buccaneers (9-19-1, 3-11) beat the East LA Dodgers 6-4 Wednesday afternoon at Whittier Christian High School.
Jayson De La Pena was superb, tossing five innings and striking out two, while allowing no runs.
Miles Ryan, Kevin Riley, Michael Smith and Bryce Brooks each had two hit days.Read More »Bucs Give Dodgers the Blues
The Buccaneers (7-19-1, 3-11) fell 4-2 to the San Diego Force Friday afternoon at Valhalla High School.
The started off strong with a three-run first inning and tacked on one more run in the seventh to take a 4-0 lead.
Inland Valley answered in the eighth when Tanner Thibodeau belted a two-run home run scoring Bryce Brooks.
Chris Sanchez pitched the complete game (8 innings) in the loss. He allowed three earned runs and struck out three.Read More »Bucs Drop Both Games in San Diego
The Buccaneers (7-17-1, 3-11) were swept by the Palm Springs Power (27-5, 7-2) 17-4 on Wednesday night at Palm Springs Stadium.
The Power struck with one run in the first and the score remained 1-0 until the bottom of the fourth.
The Power surged for 13 runs in the fourth to grab a 14-0 lead and put the game out of reach.
The Bucs scored two in the fifth, one in the seventh and one in the eighth.Read More »Bucs Swept by Power
The Buccaneers (7-15-1, 3-9) defeated AOS Baseball 12-5 Sunday afternoon at Cal Poly Pomona.
Inland Valley trailed 5-0 heading into the bottom of the sixth, but refused to give in.
Anthony Seminaris started the rally off with a single and scored on a two-run single by Kevin Riley. Richie Chavez, who singled, scored on the play as well. Riley scored on an RBI ground out by Jake Teagle. Johnny Juarez singled and scored on a hit by Bryce Brooks. The fifth run came in on a wild pitch as Brooks crossed home plate to knot the score up at 5.Read More »Bucs Offense Sparks Fireworks on 4th of July Weekend