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2015 Season Results

January 27
San Diego City (home)
6-5 L

January 29
El Camino Compton (home)
3-3 T

January 31
El Camino Compton (away)
4-1 W

February 3
Saddleback (home)
9-4 L

February 6
Southwestern (away)
4-0 L

February 7
Grossmont (away)
3-1 W

February 12
Southwestern (home)
11-9 L

February 14
Grossmont (home)
3-2 L

February 19
Saddleback (away)
4-1 L

February 21
Cerro Coso (home)
10-3 W

February 24
Victor Valley (away)
2-1 W

February 26
Desert (away)
5-1 L

March 3
Rio Hondo (away)
8-5 W

March 5
San Bernardino Valey (away)
11-4 L

March 7
Barstow (home)
6-4 L

March 10
Cerro Coso (away)
13-3 W

March 12
Cerro Coso (home)
2-1 L

March 14
Cerro Coso (away)
11-3 W

March 17
Victor Valley (home)
10-8 L

March 19
Victor Valley (home)
2:30 pm

March 21
Victor Valley (away)
12 pm

March 24
Desert (home)
2:30 pm

March 26
Desert (away)
2:30 pm

March 28
Desert (home)
12 pm

March 30
Moorpark (home)
2 pm

March 31
Golden West (away)
2 pm

April 2
Golden West (home)
2 pm

April 7
Rio Hondo (home)
2:30 pm

April 9
Rio Hondo (away)
2:30 pm

April 11
Rio Hondo (home)
12 pm

April 14
San Bernardino Valley (home)
2:30 pm

April 16
San Bernardino Valley (away)
2:30 pm

April 18
San Bernardino (home)
12 pm

April 21
Barstow (away)
2:30 pm

April 23
Barstow (home)
2:30 pm

April 24
Barstow (away)
2:30 pm



2014 Foothill Conference Champions
PANTHERS FALL TO SBVC (3/6/15)
The men were on the road again yesterday, falling 11-4 to San Bernardino Valley. The Wolverines scored six runs in the 3rd inning off sophomore pitcher Nick Hynes that was impossible for the Panthers to come back from. The men return home for their first game on Lowder Field since 2/21 tomorrow, taking on Barstow at noon.
PANTHERS BACK ON TRACK WITH 8-5 WIN OVER RIO (3/4/15)
The Panthers are back in their groove with a decisive win at Rio Hondo yesterday. Brendan Hornung earned his fourth win after pitching 5 innings. Cody palmer led the offense with two runs and one hit. Alex Galuchie had an impressive three RBIs and one run. The men take on local rival San Bernardino Valley Thursday.
PANTHERS GET FIRST CONFERENCE LOSS AT DESERT (2/27/15)
The men suffered their first conference loss of 2015 yesterday afternoon at the hands of College of the Desert, 5-1. Right-fielder Albert Vargas scored the sole run for the Panthers, coming in off a Cody Palmer RBI. The men travel to Rio Hondo Tuesday.
PANTHERS 2-0 IN CONFERENCE (2/25/15)
Despite a change of venue from home to Victorville, the men defeated VVC 2-1 yesterday to remain undefeated in conference play. Nicholas Hynes got his first win of the season, striking out 5 batters and giving up only 1 hit in six innings against the Rams. The Panthers took a 2-0 lead in the 6th off runs by Kyle Jackson and Albert Vargas. Jackson also earned an RBI bringing in Vargas off a single. The Rams managed to score a sole run in the 8th off RHP Kyle Boone. The men continue play tomorrow at Desert.
GAME MOVED TO VVC (2/24/15)
Today's home baseball game has been moved to Victor Valley due to field conditions following yesterday's storm.
PANTHERS OPEN CONFERENCE SEASON WITH A WIN (2/23/15)
Panther Baseball hosted Cerro Coso Saturday for the 2015 Foothill Conference opener, defeating the visiting Coyotes 10-3. Cody Palmer led the Panther offense with 3 runs, 2 hits, and 2 RBIs. Brendan Hornung earned his third win of the season, going 5 innings against 26 batters. The men continue conference play Tuesday against Victor Valley.
PANTHER BASEBALL FALLS TO SADDLEBACK (2/20/15)
The men traveled to Saddleback yesterday, falling to the Gauchos 4-1. Sophomore outfielder Tyler Schoenfeld scored the sole run for the Panther offense on an Alex Galuchie RBI. Merrick Patito pitched the first two innings, giving up 3 runs and was relieved by Nicholas Ray and Nathan Finn. The men open the 2015 Foothill Conference season Saturday at home against Cerro Coso.
PANTHERS 0-2 FOR THE WEEKEND (2/17/15)
The men hosted Southwestern and Grossmont over the President's Day weekend, dropping two close games; 11-2 to Southwestern and 3-2 to Grossmont. Thursday, the Jaguars took a 6 run lead in the first but the Panthers fought hard, tying it up in the 6th 9 all. The Griffins went on to score again in the 7th and 9th to take the contest. Saturday, the men took on Grossmont College, falling by one to the Griffins 3-2. Again tied in the 6th, the Griffins scored two in the 8th and despite a Schoenfeld RBI, the Panthers were unable to pull out a W. The men travel to Saddleback Thursday afternoon.
PANTHERS SHUT OUT AT SOUTHWESTERN - DEFEAT GROSSMONT (2/10/15)
The Panthers struggled Friday against the Jaguars, failing to score and leaving Southwestern with a 4-0 loss. Southwestern scored early with four runs in the second inning. The men continued their San Diego stand Saturday, defeating Grossmont 3-1. Brendan Hornung earned his second win of the season, pitching three innings and giving up the only run for the Griffins. Albert Vargas, Alex Galuchie, and Shamon Moss scored for the Panthers. Breyer Gayle had two hits and one RBI. The men host Southwestern Thursday and Grossmont Saturday.

BASEBALL FALLS TO SADDLEBACK (2/4/15)
The Panthers hosted Saddleback yesterday, falling to the Gauchos 9-4. Runs were scored by Cody Palmer, Garrett Jolly, Jake Teagle, and Breyer Gayle. The men travel to Southwestern and Grossmont this weekend.

PANTHERS DEFEAT COMPTON 4-1 (2/2/15)
The men took on Compton again Saturday, defeating the Tartars 4-1. Sophomore pitcher Brendan Hornung scored the win for the Panthers giving up 2 hits and no runs in 5 innings. Albert Vargas, Tyler Schoenfeld, Cody Palmer, and Jake Harrison scored for the Panther win. The team hosts Saddleback Tuesday.
PANTHERS TIE COMPTON - GAME CALLED FOR DARKNESS (1/30/15)
The Panthers hosted El Camino Compton yesterday in the first of two back-to-back game with the Tartars. As darkness set in during the 9th inning, the teams were tied at 3 all. The Panthers trailed into the 4th inning when a series of errors by the Tartars allowed Daniel Martinez to score, followed by a single by Cody Palmer that brought in Albert Vargas and Kyle Jackson. The men take on Compton again Saturday.
PANTHERS OPEN 2015 SEASON AGAINST SAN DIEGO (1/28/15)
The Panthers hosted San Diego City College yesterday for the 2015 season opener, falling to the Knights 6-5. The teams were tied 4-4 in the 6th after the Panther men scored 3 runs. The Knights answered back in the 8th with two and despite a final inning run by Chaffey, the Panthers fell by 1 in the first game of the season. Sophomore pitcher Mark Lesinski relieved Nick Hynes after the 4th. Nathan Finn finished out the game for the team. Runs were scored by Sam Schroeder, Daniel Martinez, Shamon Moss, Breyer Gayle, and Jake Teagle. The Panthers host El Camino Compton tomorrow at 2.
5th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TREE FUNDRAISER (11/3/14)
Panther Baseball is once again selling Christmas trees and wreaths. Prices start at $40. Orders must be received by November 10th. For more information or to order, contact Coach Walters at (909) 652-7196. Orders can also be place directly through Olympic Christmas Tree Sales at http://olympicchristmastrees.com/chaffey-baseball. Thank you for your support of Panther Baseball.
BASEBALL WALK-ON TRYOUTS (6/9/14)
Panther Baseball will hold walk-on tryouts Wednesday, August 20th. Check-in at 1:30 at Lowder Field. Tryouts begin at 2.
Tanner Kiest KIEST DRAFTED BY PHILLIES (6/9/14)
Congratulations to Panther Alum Tanner Kiest who was drafted Friday by the Philadelphia Phillies. Kiest was an All-Foothill Conference selection and helped the Panthers win the conference title, striking out 70 batters (13.03 per game). Kiest is the 25th player signed to a professional contract under Head Coach Jeff Harlow. We look forward to watching his MLB career.
PANTHERS END SEASON IN FIRST PLACE WITH 11 HONORED ATHLETES
Panther Baseball finished the season in Foothill Conference first place (tied with Rio Hondo and San Bernardino Valley). Eleven athletes were named to post-season honor teams including three All-Southern California selections and one All-American. [honored athletes]
Nathan Finn PANTHERS TIED FOR FIRST GOING INTO FINAL STRETCH (4/21/14)
The Panthers closed out the 3-game Barstow series at home Saturday with a win over the Vikings 10-5. Nathan Finn earned his first season win after relieving Tanner Kiest in the 2nd inning. Robert Cummins had a 7th inning homer. Mason Shiflett had 2 runs and 2 hits including a triple. The win propels the Panthers into a 3-way tie for Foothill first place with San Bernardino Valley and Rio Hondo. With only three games remaining for all three teams, this week's games will decide the 2014 title.
David Kretschmar PANTHERS RACK UP ANOTHER WIN AGAINST VIKINGS (4/18/14)
The Cats defeated Barstow yesterday 11-8 in game 2 of the 3-game series. David Kretschmar earned his 6th season win, followed on the mound by Mark Lesinski, Kyle Boone and Brandan Lollis. The Panthers managed three homers against the Vikings -- Tyler Schoenfeld in the 5th, Kevin Riley and Lawrence Armijo in the 6th. Shiflett, Delsi, Dorado and Borges had 2 runs each. The men play their final game against Barstow Saturday at home.
Trevor Williams PANTHERS DEFEAT BARSTOW (4/16/14)
The men defeated Barstow yesterday 19-7 to start the 3 game series. Schoenfeld, Shiflett and Dorado led the Panthers with 3 runs and 3 hits each. Trevor Williams added an eight inning home run. The Panthers continue the Barstow series Thursday.
Isaiah Delsi PANTHERS LOSE FINAL SBVC GAME (4/14/14)
The Panthers lost the final best-of-three series game to San Bernardino Saturday afternoon 11-3. The Wolverines took an early lead, scoring 8 runs in the first three innings. Isaiah Delsi scored one run, and 2 hits including a double. The Panthers take on Barstow this week, beginning at home tomorrow.
David Kretschmar CUMMINS, DORADO, RILEY LEAD PANTHERS TO WIN OVER SBVC (4/11/14)
The men hosted San Bernardino Valley yesterday, toppling the Foothill first team 9-4. The trifecta of Robert Cummins, Andrew Dorado, and Kevin Riley brought in 6 runs, 4 hits, and 3 RBIs. David Kretschmar earned his fifth season win giving up 6 hits and 3 runs to 27 batters. The men play the final game of the series Saturday at San Bernardino.
Isaiah Delsi PANTHERS DROP FIRST TO SBVC (4/9/14)
The men played the first of three games this week against San Bernardino Valley, falling 14-4 on the road. Isaiah Delsi led the Panthers with 2 runs and 2 hits. The men host SBVC Thursday afternoon.
Tanner Keist PANTHERS TAKE GAME 3 OF RIO HONDO SERIES (4/7/14)
The men defeated Roadrunner 3-1 Saturday to close the Rio Hondo series 1-2. Tyler Schoenfeld, Isaiah Delsi and Andrew Dorado all crossed the plate for the Panthers. Tanner Keist pitched the whole game, facing 32 batters and giving up only one hit in the bottom of the 9th. The men take on San Bernardino Valley this week in a battle for the Foothill Conference title.
Jordan Arrowood PANTHERS FALL TO RIO IN GAME 2 (4/4/14)
The men hosted Rio Hondo for game 2 of the series, falling to the Roadrunners 12-1. Jordan Arrowood scored the sole run for the Panthers in the 8th inning off a Kevin Riley single. The Panthers continue the series Saturday at Rio Hondo.
Tyler Schoenfeld CATS GIVE UP CLOSE ONE TO RIO HONDO (4/2/14)
The men took on Rio Hondo yesterday afternoon, falling to the Roadrunners 2-1. Tyler Schoenfeld doubled in the 6th and the scored the sole run for the Panthers off a Robert Cummins single. The Roadrunners responded with a 7th inning run to take the lead. The men continue the series against Rio tomorrow at home.
DEFEATED BY GROSSMONT ON THE ROAD (4/1/14)
The men continued the non-conference series with Grossmont with a 7-4 loss Saturday. Mason Shiflett and Lawrence Armijo led the panthers with two hits and one run each. Gallaway and Schoenfeld also scored. The men take on Rio Hondo Tuesday.
Jake Gallaway PANTHERS FALL TO GROSSMONT IN NON-CONFERENCE PLAY (3/28/14)
The men hosted the Grossmont Griffins yesterday afternoon, falling 4-2. Grossmont was first on the board with a first inning run and held that lead until the 5th when the Panthers tied the game off a Jake Gallaway single. Grossmont went on to score 3 in the top of the sixth. Despite a 9th inning rally including another Gallaway single that brought in Kevin Riley, the Panthers finished the game 4-2. The men take on Grossmont again Saturday.
PANTHERS RISE TO #15 IN REGIONAL POLL (3/25/14)
The men advanced 4 spots in this week's regional poll, up to #15 from #19 two weeks ago.
Andrew Dorado PANTHERS SHUT OUT DESERT (3/24/14)
The men finished up the three game Desert series Saturday on the road, defeating the Roadrunners 16-0 to keep hold of the Foothill Conference top spot. Tanner Keist got his first win of the season, giving up only 2 hits in 8 innings. Andrew Dorado led the Panther offense, scoring 4 runs including a double. The men host Grossmont Thursday in non-conference play.
David Kretschmar PANTHERS DEFEAT DESERT AT HOME (3/21/14)
The Cats are on a roll, defeating College of the Desert at home 12-4. The men took an early lead, scoring five runs in the first inning. Tyler Schoenfeld, Robert Cummins, Andrew Dorado, and Louis Johnson had two runs each. David Kretschmar went 6 innings, facing 26 batters, and giving up 4 hits and 3 runs for the game win. The men continue the series against Desert Saturday.
Robert Cummins PANTHERS DEFEAT DESERT IN FIRST OF THREE (3/20/14)
The men defeated College of the Desert Tuesday 7-2 in the first of three series. Robert Cummins led the Panther offense with 2 hits, 2 runs and 1 RBI. Merrick Patito earned his fourth win, facing 32 batters in seven innings. The team continues the series today at home.
PANTHERS REMAIN IN TOP FOOTHILL POSITION (3/17/14)
The men were shut out Saturday by Victor Valley, giving up 8 runs. Despite the loss, the Panthers remain in 1st place in the Foothill Conference with a 7-2 record.
Kyle Boone CATS DEFEAT VVC 20-1 (3/14/14)
The men were on the road for game 2 of the VVC series, defeating the Rams 20-1. The Panthers scored 10 runs in the first inning. Kyle Boone opened the game, going 5 innings and giving up VVC's sole run. Kevin Riley again led the Panthers offense with 4 runs, 3 hits ad 2 RBIs. Jake Gallaway, Louis Johnson, and Trevor Williams added 3 runs each. With seven conference wins, the Panthers hold onto the Foothill top spot, ahead of San Bernardino and Barstow who are both 5-2 on the season. The men finish the Victor Valley series at home Saturday.
Kevin Riley PANTHERS DEFEAT VVC TO REMAIN FOOTHILL #1 (3/13/14)
The Panthers defeated Victor Valley Tuesday to take their conference record to 6-1 for first place in the Foothill Conference. The men were on the board early with a first inning error by VVC that allowed Kevin Riley to score. Riley scored again in the 6th on a Tyler Schoenfeld sac fly. A double by Robert Cummins in the eight took the lead to 4-1, followed by a Mason Shiflett single that brought Cummins in. VVC rallied in the 9th but were only able to score 3. Merrick Patito earned his third win of the season, facing 37 batters in 8.1 innings. Mark Lesinski earned a save for the game. The men continue conference the VVC series in Victorville today.
PANTHERS RANKED #19 IN THE SOUTH (3/11/14)
The men made their first appearance in the regional poll today, coming in at #19 as ranked by the CCCBCA.
Robert Cummins PANTHERS DEFEAT CERRO COSO BY 22 (3/11/14)
The men continued conference play Saturday, defeating the Cerro Coso Coyotes 23-1. Robert Cummins again led the team in scoring with 4 runs, 3 hits (all doubles), and 3 RBIs. Mason Shiflett added 3 runs, 4 hits, and 3 RBIs. Kyle Boone earned his first win this season giving up 1 run and 5 hits after facing 18 batters in 5 innings of play. The men host Victor Valley today at 2:30 pm.
Robert Cummins CATS RECOVER TO BEAT RIO HONDO 10-6 (3/6/14)
The men came out strong early with two runs in the 1st inning and stayed strong, out hitting the visiting Roadrunners 17-6. Robert Cummins crossed the plate three times for the Panthers. Jake Gallaway had a double and a triple - as did Tyler Schoenfeld. David Kretschmar earned his third win of the season. The men continue play today at Barstow.
Robert Cummins PANTHERS GIVE UP FIRST CONFERENCE LOSS TO SBVC (3/5/14)
The men suffered their first conference loss yesterday at the hands of local rival San Bernardino Valley, 8-4. Mason Shiflett led the Panthers with 2 hits and 1 run. The men play their rained out game against Rio Hondo at home tomorrow.

CATS FALL TO HARBOR (2/27/14)
The Panthers struggled yesterday against LA Harbor, giving up 13 hits, 14 runs, and 2 errors against the Seahawks. The men managed 4 hits and 2 runs - one off a stolen base and one off a Harbor error. The team hosts Rio Hondo Saturday.

Update (2/28/14)
Tomorrow's game against Rio Hondo has been rescheduled due to rain. The teams will play Wednesday, March 5th at 2 pm.

Robert Cummins PANTHERS DEFEAT DESERT IN HIGH CSORING GAME (2/26/14)
The men played their first conference game at home yesterday, defeating Desert 21-16 in 8 innings (called early due to darkness). Robert Cummins led the Panthers with 1 homer, 1 double and 4 RBIs. Tyler Schoenfeld had a triple and 2 RBIs - Jake Gallaway had 2 doubles. David Kretschmar earned his second win of the season, facing 29 batters in five innings. The men host LA Harbor today (non-conference). The game was originally scheduled for tomorrow but was moved due to an expected storm.
Kevin Riley PANTHERS OPEN CONFERENCE SEASON WITH SHUTOUT OF VVC (2/24/14)
The men opened the 2014 Foothill Conference season on the road Saturday, shutting out Victor Valley 7-0. Tyler Schoenfeld had a 4rd inning 2 RBI single to put the Cats on the board. Mason Shifflet had 3 hits and 2 runs and Kevin Riley homered in the 8th for the final score of the shutout game. The men host Desert tomorrow afternoon.
Robert Cummins CATS DEFEAT EL CAMINO COMPTON IN 12 (2/20/14)
The men were on the road Tuesday defeating El Camino Compton 5-4 in 12 innings. The Tartars scored 4 in the bottom of the 3rd and then were unable to cross the plate again with the Panthers tying the game in the 8th and driving the teams into extra innings. Robert Cummins led the Panther offense with a double in the 5th and a homer in the 8th. David Kretschmar started the game on the mound for Chaffey going 4 innings before being relieved by Boone, Honorof, Lollis and Kozak who eventually earned the win. The men open the 2014 Foothill Conference season at Victor Valley Saturday.
Tyler Schoenfeld PANTHERS TOPPLE SADDLEBACK (2/18/14)
The men hosted Saddleback College Friday, defeating the Gauchos 8-2. Tyler Schoenfeld led the team with 3 hits (including two doubles), 1 run and 2 RBIs. Louis Johnson and Andrew Dorado also had doubles. Merrick Patito earned his first win of the season, facing 22 batters and giving up only 1 run and 3 hits. The men take on El Camino Compton today in their final pre-conference season game.
CATS FALL TO SOUTHWESTERN (2/14/14)
The men played hard yesterday against Southwestern but couldn't manage to score against the Jaguars despite 8 hits. Brendan Hornung faced 27 batters in 6 innings. The men host Saddleback tomorrow.
PANTHERS FALL TO COMPTON IN 10 (2/10/14)
The men held El Camino Compton scoreless for 10 innings Saturday afternoon until the Tartars scored on a passed ball to take the game. The men face off against Southwestern Thursday at home.
Tyler Schoenfeld PANTHERS HOST SADDLEBACK (2/6/14)
Despite the sprinkles and chill, the Panthers hosted Saddleback this afternoon - falling to the Gauchos 8-3. Tyler Schoenfeld led the men with a triple in the 7th followed by a Cummins double and a Johnson single but it wasn't enough to combat the Gauchos who scored 5 of their eight runs in the 2nd inning. The men host El Camino Compton Saturday at 1.
David Kretschmar PANTHERS OPEN HOME SEASON WITH A W (2/5/14)
The men took on Golden West yesterday afternoon to open the 2014 home season, giving the Rustlers their first loss this season, 6-3. David Kretschmar earned the win giving up only one run for the Panthers in 6 innings. The men took an early lead with a Edgar Pena double that brought in Tyler Schoenfeld. The fourth inning brought three more runs and secured the win for the men. The team hosts Saddleback tomorrow afternoon.
PANTHERS FALL BY 1 TO SD CITY (2/3/14)
The men continued play in San Diego Saturday, falling to San Diego City College 8-7. Scoreless into the 6th inning, the Panthers went on a 6 run rally to take the lead (6-4) but a bottom of the 9th push by SD City took the game from the Panthers. The men open the home season tomorrow against Golden West at 2 pm.
Robert Cummins CATS FALL TO SOUTHWESTERN IN 11 INNINGS (2/3/14)
The Panthers and the Jaguars rallied back and forth all afternoon Friday with Southwestern pulling out a 2 run push in the bottom of the 9th to tie the game 10-10. The Panthers outhit the Jags 19-17 including 4 hits by sophomore catcher Robert Cummins. First baseman Andrew Dorado led the team in scoring with 3 runs. The men continued play in San Diego - taking on San Diego City College Saturday.
Tyler Schoenfeld PANTHERS OPEN SEASON WITH A LOSS TO GOLDEN WEST (1/29/14)
The Cats opened the 2014 season on the road yesterday, falling to the Golden West Rustlers 5-2. The Rustlers scored early and although the Panthers were able to hold them for 6 innings and get 7 hits in, they were unable to score beyond Tyler Schoenfeld's home run. The team takes on Southwestern Friday on the road.
Christmas TreesSUPPORT PANTHER BASEBALL
Panther Baseball is pre-selling Christmas trees and wreaths to help fund field improvements at Lowder Field. Support the Cats by purchasing your holiday items through this link by November 20th. Orders will be available for pickup November 30 - December 18. Thank you for your continued support of Panther Athletics!
FALL MEETING SCHEDULED (6/25/13)
Students wishing to join the baseball team must attend the first fall meeting on Thursday, August 15 at Lowder Field. Players must have met with an academic counselor, completed assessment and received a sports physical. Please download your physical forms here. For more information on Panther baseball email Coach Harlow.
Jake Romanski ROMANSKI DRAFTED BY SOX (6/10/13)
Congratulations to Panther Alum Jake Romanski (2010-11) who was drafted Saturday by the Boston Red Sox. Romanski has played the last two years at San Diego State. Romanski is the 24th player signed to a professional contract under Head Coach Jeff Harlow. We look forward to watching his MLB career.

 



   


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