Monthly Archive: May 2014

May 30

Mustang Baseball/Softball All-League Selections Announced

The North Central II League has announced the All-League Baseball/Softball selections for the 2014 spring season with a good representation by St. Vincent HS.  For baseball, Junior George Sammon was selected Most Valuable Player as he had a .431 batting average with 31 hits and 19 RBIs. Selected first team was Soph. Liam Galten, Senior …

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May 29

Mustang Softball Season Ends With Controversial Play

The Mustang softball team traveled to Ferndale to play in the semi-final game of the North Coast Section Tournament and came away with a 6-5 loss. St. Vincent appeared to tie the score in the bottom of the seventh and then had the run disallowed by the home plate umpire. He claimed that a bunt …

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May 29

Yasmine Yektaparast Achieves National Prominence

St. Vincent’s junior, Yasmine Yektaparast, has achieved national prominence for her gymnastics competition achievements this year. She is a level 10 gymnast whose performance at regional championships in Los Angeles ranked her 8th overall in the southwest region (California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah). This qualified her to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Jackson, Mississippi, where she …

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May 27

May Christian Community Service Awards

Congratulations the following Juniors on receiving the Christian Community Service Awards for May. Logan Marshall for his service with his parish, Good Shepherd, and the Boy Scouts; Tavia Vitkauskas for her service in the Sonoma State Excel program in addition to other service agencies; Kaela Walsh for numerous hours of service especially in her service …

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May 27

“Amused” Reading at Copperfield’s

Congratulations to everyone who has had writing and artwork accepted in this year’s “Amused.” Everyone is welcome to join us on Thursday, June 5, 7 p.m., at Copperfield’s. Hope to see you at this festive event. Share this:ShareFacebookEmail

May 26

Baumgarten/Cerf Power Mustangs to NCS Softball Semifinal

Ursyla Baumgarten and Mary Cerf hit back-to-back home runs vs. Calistoga to lead St. Vincent past Calistoga 9-4. Winning this game qualifies the team to play in the semi-final of the North Coast Section Tournament at Ferndale on Wednesday. #2 seed Ferndale is the higher seed over #3 St. Vincent thus receiving the right to …

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May 24

Mustang Baseball Season is Over after Losing to Head Royce

St. Vincent traveled to Head Royce in Oakland Friday afternoon and lost the quarterfinal game of the NCS tournament by the score of 10-0 in five innings. Senior Max Cowell was the losing pitcher of record after giving up 6 hits. The most costly statistic of the game was the defense of the Mustangs committing …

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May 21

Spring Sports Awards Dinner

Please be sure to purchase your tickets for the Spring Sports Awards Banquet honoring our terrific spring athletes. The dinner will be on Thursday, May 29, at 6 p.m., in Tillman Hall. Please purchase your tickets in advance at the Script Office/Front Office. Limited tickets available at the door. Ticket prices are $12 for adults …

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May 21

Picture of St. Vincent NCS Softball Bid Now Clear

The Mustangs had to await the results of a first round game between Calistoga  and Livermore Prep, to find out who their second round opponent would be. St. Vincent received a first round bye and will play on Saturday at 1:00 at St. Vincent vs. — Calistoga. The Wildcats beat Livermore Prep in five innings …

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May 21

Mustang Baseball Wins in First Round of NCS Tournament

The Mustangs came through with a 4-1 victory over College Prep of Oakland to advance to the next round of the North Coast Section Tournament. Soph. Liam Galten pitched a complete game 6 hitter to become the winning pitcher of record. The lone run for the Cougars was unearned. The Mustangs collected 10 hits led …

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