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KSTC Sports Update 04/24/24

There may be less than a month to go in the school year, but Sterling Tigers athletics are just as busy as ever!

Sterling baseball is having a terrific season. At the time of writing they are 11-3 and in a position to be one of 8 3A schools to host a Regional tournament next month. The boys started the season 7-0, the best start for Sterling baseball in the MaxPreps Era (going back to 2007). The Tigers have featured a high powered offense that has scored 10 or more runs in 10 of their 11 wins. The Tigers have 9 mercy rule wins as well (up 10 or more runs after 5 innings). Junior Ethan Felzien has a .450 batting average to lead the Tigers' everyday lineup. Fellow junior Caysen Bamford has driven in a team-best 17 runs, one of six Tigers to drive in 10 or more runs this season. 

Senior CJ Gonzales leads the pitching staff, boasting a 1.91 earned run average with a team-high 33 innings thrown. Junior Robbie Carrasco has stepped up as the number 2 pitcher on the staff and has given the Tigers multiple quality outings on the mound. The Tigers are hoping that senior Trenton Allen can get his throwing arm healthy enough to start pitching full-time again to give the Tigers a legitimate 5-arm rotation when you include freshman Memphis Dempcy, who has impressed in his first varsity experience, and sophomore Dayten DiOrio, who has won both of his starts this season. 

Sterling girls soccer has been impressive this Spring as well. The girls are currently 4-7-1, 3-2-1 in league play. The roster does not have a single senior meaning this group will still have another full season together. Freshman Kylie Mildenburger has made an immediate splash with 5 goals in her first season, and a couple of impressive shots and passes worthy of the highlight reel. Her fellow captains, juniors Cedi Ball and Lydia Boxberger have led the way all season, with Cedi anchoring the Tigers' defense and Lydia amassing 4 goals and 3 assists from the Right Wing position. Junior Yareli Pudido leads the Tigers with 6 goals this season. 

Sophomore Taylor Tonche continues to show her athletic prowess, deciding to play soccer for the first time ever, one of multiple girls in the same position on this team, and like a fish to water, has already scored 4 goals. The girls will look to finish strong with their final three matches this season, but have already instilled excitement in the direction the program is heading.

Along with our two sports that are covered on KSTC, the Spring schedule remains full with Sterling Track and Field and girls golf all still competing into the month of May.      


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