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RCHS baseball starts off with a 10-8 record

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Senior Preston Anderson pitching against the Los Osos Grizzlies on March 22, 2024. Photo courtesy Preston Anderson.

The Rancho Cucamonga High School varsity baseball team was prepared for an exciting season. With Spring beginning, players and students were eager to witness the return of the boy’s varsity baseball team. 

The RCHS Cougars got off to a decent 6-4 start. Some of their best games have come against Northview, winning 8-0, and against Adelanto, winning 6-0. Junior Brock Foulds is having a great start to the season with a .459 batting average and ten stolen bases. The team has an overall batting average of 0.271, which is considered the national average via 

Head coach Mr. Chris Amaya expressed his optimism for the team’s expectations this year. 

“We’ve got a talented group of players putting in the work during the school year. I’m excited to see how they perform on the field, and hope for the best,” Amaya said.

Among the players, there was a sense of anticipation for the new season, mixed with nerves. “I’ve been looking forward to this since last season ended,” said senior Kyle Thomas. “We’ve got a great group of guys, and I believe we have what it takes to make it far.”

The return of varsity baseball also brought excitement among the students on campus.

“I always like coming out to support our team,” said sophomore Trevor Crawford. “There’s nothing like the energy of a baseball game or football, and I can’t wait to see how the season goes.”

The Cougar’s last matchup was against the 12-6 Roosevelt Mustangs, which resulted in a 5-1 win at the Mustangs´ home field. They seek to make it a two game win streak in their next upcoming matchup. 

The Cougar’s next game will be played at the away field, against the 7-7 Arrowhead Christian Eagles on Wednesday, April 3. The Cougars will look to improve their record to 11-8 for the regular season, giving them a 58% win percentage.  


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Carson Barber
Carson Barber, Sports Editor

Carson Barber is a Senior currently attending Rancho Cucamonga High School. This is his second year of Journalism and his first year as The Cats Eye Sports Editorial writer. Barber loves to write and express his thoughts and emotions through his words. He has several hobbies such as playing musical instruments, writing, working out, and playing video games. He is extremely excited to meet new people and create many great memories in both Journalism and RCHS. 

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Joshua Sun is a senior at Rancho Cucamonga High School, and this is his first year in journalism. Sun is a Staff Reporter and has joined journalism because of his interest in a future career as a Sports Analyst, with hopes to report Major league sports games. Even though he doesn’t play any sports, Sun still developed a passion, especially for basketball. Outside school, Sun enjoys hanging out with his friends, working, and playing bass guitar.

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Jacob Persi, Sports Editor

Jacob Persi is a senior at Rancho Cucamonga High School, and this is his first year in journalism. He is the Co-Sports Editor for the school newspaper, The Cat’s Eye. His favorite thing about journalism is reporting on recent news and talking about sports. When he is not at school, Persi plays football for Rancho and watches netflix.

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