Yonathan Daza delivered four of Lancaster’s 21 hits to lead the JetHawks to a 16-10 victory over the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes on Friday night at The Hangar.
The JetHawks scored 13 of their 16 runs with two huge innings. Down 6-1 entering the bottom of the third, they put up a seven-spot. In the fifth, the JetHawks scored six times. All 13 runs came with two out.
Daza became the first JetHawk to record a four-hit game this season and increased his batting average to .378 in the process, which now leads the club. All four hits were singles. He also picked up two RBI.
Brian Mundell drove in four runs, increasing his team-leading total to 22. All nine JetHawks starters had a hit and eight recorded multi-hit games. Brendan Rodgers and Forrest Wall picked up three hits apiece.
Rodgers, who was making his home debut with Lancaster, came through with a pair of doubles, two RBI, and two runs scored. The shortstop is ranked as the top prospect in the Rockies organization.
Sam Thoele (1-1) earned the win for the JetHawks in relief. He struck out two in 2.1 innings of work. Logan Cozart and Alexander Guillen each tossed scoreless innings out of the Lancaster bullpen.
Rancho Cucamonga starter Mitchell White lasted just 2.2 innings and allowed eight runs (five earned) on eight hits. He took a no-decision. Dean Kremer (1-1) suffered the loss in relief for the Quakes.
The three-game weekend series continues on Saturday night at The Hangar. Right-hander Peter Lambert (0-2) will start for Lancaster against left-hander Caleb Ferguson (1-1). First pitch is 6:35 p.m.
The JetHawks are in their first season as a Colorado Rockies affiliate. Full Season, Hawks Packs and Group Tickets are available now at jethawks.com, or by calling 661-726-5400.
College of the Canyons sophomore Aly Grodell has been named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association All-American and All-State Teams, in addition to being named the Western State Conference, South Division Player of the Year to highlight the Cougars' haul of postseason accolades.
Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency for its annual comprehensive financial report for FY 2020/21.
The California Highway Patrol will continue to provide free classes to assist and educate drivers age 65 and older, as well as promote safe travel for all, with the Keeping Everyone Safe grant funded by the Office of Traffic Safety.
The Utom Conservation Fund, a group of cultural and environmental organizations, has awarded $60,000 in scholarships and fellowships to students dedicated to the conservation of the Santa Clara River, also known as Utom.
Nearly a quarter of a million dollars will be available to graduating seniors in the William S. Hart District this year from the Santa Clarita Valley Scholarship Foundation and applications are available this Thursday, Dec. 1 from their website, www.scvsf.org.
The California Department of Transportation has announced overnight closures of northbound Interstate 5
between State Route 14 and Calgrove Tuesday, Nov. 29 and Wednesday, Nov. 30, from 10 p.m - 4 a.m.
Consultants working on a new museum in the SCV Historical Society’s Pardee House are looking for the community’s opinion as they develop new exhibits and they want to reach out to as many people as possible with a brief survey.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger, whose Fifth District includes the Santa Clarita Valley, issued the following statement Monday, reacting to California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara’s newly announced one-year moratorium on insurance non-renewals and cancellations for property owners within the recent Route Fire’s perimeter: