Girls Softball – Three local girls were named All-Americans by MaxPreps.
Cathedral Catholic junior Megan Faraimo and Bishop’s senior Livy Schiele were named to the first team while Ramona senior Hanah Bowen was second team.
Bowen was joined on the all-CIF first team by incoming junior Seneca Curo. The second team included recent RHS graduate Jordyn Fick and incoming senior Alexa Neil.
NCAA track and field – Ramona High’s Dylan Blankenbaker, who runs for Oklahoma, finished third in the event, running a personal-best 8:31.17. Blankenbaker went on to place 14th in the U.S. National Championships in Sacramento.
Bryce Roe was chosen for the all-CIF second team in baseball.
The panel of coaches and media members who selected the all-CIF teams officially recognized Roe as an outfielder, although he also pitched for Ramona during his junior year.
The Pittsburgh Pirates selected Dartmouth right-handed pitcher Beau Sulser, a 2012 Ramona High School graduate, as the 298th overall pick in the 10th round of the Major League Baseball Draft on June 13.
The fifth-year Dartmouth senior from Santa Ysabel was the Ivy League Pitcher of the Year this spring with a 6-1 record and miniscule 1.40 ERA, which ranks third among Division I pitchers and is the 10th lowest in program history.
Sulser is the first Ivy Leaguer taken in this year’s draft, but the second Sulser from Dartmouth to be selected over the years. His older brother, Cole, was chosen in the 25th round in 2013 by the Cleveland Indians and has an unblemished 0.00 ERA in eight appearances and 11.1 relief innings at the AAA level with the Columbus Clippers.
The Sulsers are the second set of brothers drafted out of Dartmouth.
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