SAN BERNARDINO – Roberto Ramos homered again, but the JetHawks were unable to protect two four-run leads in a 14-11 series-opening loss to the Inland Empire 66ers on Monday night at San Manuel Stadium.
Ramos’ two-run blast, his league-leading 17th of the season, capped a five-run fourth inning in which the JetHawks (29-35) took a 7-4 lead and chased 66ers (31-33) starter Simon Matthews. They extended the lead to 8-4 in the fifth inning.
The 66ers scored twice against starter Brandon Gold in the fifth inning, but Lancaster answered with two in the top of the sixth on a Willie Abreu RBI-single and a Brian Serven sacrifice-fly.
Gold returned for the bottom of the sixth but was relieved by reliever Kenny Oakley after allowing two base-runners. The 66ers went on to score five runs in the frame to take an 11-10 lead. Gold finished with a career-high eight earned runs over 5.1 innings pitched.
Lancaster scored an unearned run, its fifth of the game, in the seventh to tie the game, 11-11, but Inland Empire immediately broke the tie in the bottom of the seventh. With the bases loaded and two outs, Jordan Zimmerman hit a shallow fly ball into right field that Steven Linkous was unable to catch on a sliding attempt. Two runs scored on the play.
The JetHawks remain in fourth place in the South Division, three games behind first-place Lake Elsinore with six games to play in the first half.
The series continues Tuesday night at San Manuel Stadium. Rico Garcia (5-7) will start for Lancaster opposite Erik Manoah (1-5). First pitch is 7:05 p.m.
The city of Santa Clarita invites residents and their families to register for a fun day-trip to the picturesque beach city of Ventura, taking place on Saturday, July 13. The low-cost summer beach excursion will allow individuals and families to explore Ventura Harbor Village and Harbor Cove Beach.
The Santa Clarita Planning Commission held a public hearing Tuesday for a parcel map change of the Orchard Village medical office building project, and heard some residents’ opposition for the overall development.
LOS ANGELES, CA – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Thursday that Dody Dorn has won the runoff election for the open Film Editors Branch seat on the 2019–20 Board of Governors. Dorn joins incumbents Carol Littleton and Michael Tronick in representing the branch and will assume her post as of July 1.
SACRAMENTO — Happy children hug their loved ones goodbye each morning, entrusting drivers with the safety of their parents and grandparents as they maintain the state’s highway system. Caltrans, along with the California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA), California Highway Patrol (CHP), and the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), announced Thursday the new “Be Work Zone Alert” public awareness campaign to remind drivers to slow down when passing highway workers.
Lief Labs, a premier formulation and product development innovator and manufacturer of dietary supplements, and CEO and Founder Adel Villalobos were recognized as a 2019 “Survived and Thrived Business” at Hispanic Lifestyle’s BizCon 2019 on June 12th at the Ontario Airport Hotel and Conference Center, Ontario California.
College of the Canyons and the William S. Hart Union High School District have created the College and Career Access Pathways partnership to offer eight daytime college classes at high school campuses in the fall semester.
Steve Simeone, Laurie Kilmartin and Jimmy Shubert will be the featured comedians at the 8th Annual “Comics for the Cause” fundraiser for The Youth Project at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center on Thursday, Aug. 22.
After 18 months of planning and development, the new Ready to Work Academy at College of the Canyons officially launched Tuesday, for parents, staff and the academy’s inaugural class gathered in the college’s University Center for group orientation.
When a group of Global Prep Academy students wanted to bridge the gap between the affluent and low-income families in the Santa Clarita community, the result was The Oasis, a project dedicated to collecting unused clothing and other donations to give back to those in need.
While deputies continue to investigate reports of battery regarding incidents that allegedly took place Saturday at the Boots & Brews Country Music Festival in Central Park, festival organizers are following up on the matter as well.
Though it might not always be evident, spending too much time in the sun, soaking up its harmful ultraviolet or UV rays can be harmful to the skin for kids, adults and seniors alike, which is why doctors are encouraging residents to protect themselves this summer.
The Trump Administration argued in front of the Ninth Circuit's three judges Tuesday that the government is not required to give soap or toothbrushes to children apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border and can have them sleep on concrete floors in frigid, overcrowded cells, despite a settlement agreement that requires detainees be kept in “safe and sanitary” facilities.
SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom issued an apology Tuesday through executive order on behalf of California to California Native American Peoples for the many instances of violence, mistreatment and neglect inflicted upon California Native Americans throughout the state’s history.
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