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May 07, 2024



I hope the boys handle the pressure OK. Once you make the top 15 you have to work hard to stay there, but it's not as tough as getting a rejection letter from Yale. LOL

Barking Dog

Panthers are home tonight at Washington Park at 7p vs Capuchino for a chance to clinch at least a share of the PAL Bay title. Panthers are up 1 game with 2 to go.
Night youth baseball at Washington is a true Burlingame gem...


The boys pulled it out. Click through for the dogpile photo:

Anyone arriving late to the Burlingame-Capuchino season finale baseball game Friday night in San Bruno missed the Mustangs’ offense as they jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead.

And if anyone left the game early, they missed Burlingame rally for three runs in the top of the seventh to pull out a 3-2 win.

The victory gives Burlingame its first Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division title since 2012.

“[It feels] really good,” said Burlingame manager Shawn Scott, who was in just his second season as manager the last time he led the Panthers to the Bay Division championship. “We lost it on the last day (of the season) a couple years — to Carlmont, lost it to Cap one year on the last game.



There is an update on today's game which didn't go the way the Panthers and their home town crowd had hoped it would go......

Barking Dog

Tough loss for the Panthers, but overall a great season with a PAL Championship.

It could have been an even tougher week for the BHS Baseball program, but fortunately the Park and Rec Commission at the May 16th meeting, unanimously(5-0) vetoed the Staff Report proposal to remove the infield grass at Washington Park and make the infield an all dirt infield...too make room for more adult slow pitch softball. From what I hear, the baseball and girls softball communities spoke up and voiced their concerns load and clear.



Stop the presses!

A commission vetoed a staff report?

I wish Park and Rec had oversight of the California Ave. project.

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