Wins in the final week of play earned the King City Mustang baseball team a #12 seed in the Central Coast Section Division II playoffs that begin today. The Mustangs will start the playoffs on the road in a 3:30 p.m. game with the host Gilroy High Mustangs. Gilroy earned the #4 seed in the division.
The King City Mustangs are just two games out of first in the Mission Trail Athletic League and trail the second place Soledad Aztecs by just one game.
The Carmel Padres played like defending league champions last week defeating the Gonzales Spartans by 11-1 and 10-2 scores.
Alize Duarte pitched five strong innings and received relief help from Monique Rodriguez and Elena Meza as the Soledad Lady Aztec varsity softball defeated visiting Robert Louis Stevenson 10-2 last Thursday afternoon.
The Greenfield Bruin baseball team lost 2-1 in extra innings to the host Half Moon Bay Cougars on Saturday in a non-league game.
Greenfield High varsity baseball team rebounded for its first league loss with a pair of wins last week against the Anzar Hawks.
The Soledad High girls softball team scored 11 runs in the top of the second inning on their way to a 14-0 shutout victory over the host Greenfield Bruins last Tuesday afternoon.
The Greenfield Lady Bruin softball team outslugged the visiting King City Lady Mustangs 13-12 on March 28 in a Coastal League contest in Greenfield.
Soledad High and King City High had two representatives on the Mission Trail Athletic League first-team. Greenfield High had one player on the first-team.