Westmont High School's 2013 spring sports highlight reel
Baseball conference title, softball no-hitter, all-state track finishes top the list
The spring sports season saw a slew of memorable moments from Westmont High School athletes. Here are some of the biggest highlights for the Sentinels.
.319: Sentinels' team batting average this spring. Five players batted better than .300 and two – Charlie Donovan and Ryan Schlicher – finished over .400.
Highlight: It was certainly a memorable spring on a couple fronts. The Sentinels captured their first conference title in 35 years this spring, and tied the 1999 team for most wins in a season with 22. With sophomore shortstop Charlie Donovan and seniors Jean Pietrzak (pitcher/center fielder), Robert Kokoszka (catcher) and Ryan Schlicher (second base) leading the way, Westmont enjoyed winning streaks of 10 and nine games as it finished 13-3 in the Interstate Eight Conference.
Photo gallery: Westmont faces Timothy Christian in regional playoff game
BOYS TRACK & FIELD
6: Number of state meet-qualifying athletes: Tim Doll, Danny LoGiurato, Mitch Perrotta, Kris Pierce, Michael Robertson and Nick Strobl.
Highlight: Michael Robertson (pole vault), Kris Pierce (high jump), Tim Doll (200- and 400-meter dashes) and the 4x800 relay all won sectional titles as the Sentinels gave defending state champ Leo a run for its money at the sectional meet, but the biggest highlight came a week later at the state meet. There, Doll clocked a time of 49.87 seconds in the 400 dash and finished second in the state for his second straight all-state finish in the race.
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