Davis, Prock and others receive end of year awards

Julie Davis was awarded the De Anza Divisions League Most Valuable Player and Brittany Prock was the De Anza Divisions Pitcher of the Year as a CO winner.

Davis was also named the Prep 2 Prep CCS Junior of the Year and was named to the ALL CCS team.

Nancy Liu and Elena Murray were selected to the Division First Team.

Chelsey Liu and Meghan Hook were selected to Division Second Team.

Rachel Maloney was selected as a Division Honorable Mention.

A great writeup in the Sunnyvale Sun.  Click here to read the article…read more

Varsity loses to Carlmont 3-2 in CCS Semifinals

On Tuesday the Mustangs traveled to PAL Stadium in San Jose to face off against the Carlmont Scots in a Division 1 CCS Semifinal game.

In the top of the first after the Mustangs Pitcher Brittany Prock struck out the first batter.  The Scots number two hitter drove the ball in the left center gap for a double, however she tried to stretch it to a triple and was gunned out at third.  This play set the tone for the Mustangs defense for most of the game.

In the bottom of the first, Julie Davis led off the Mustang inning with a triple and scored on Nancy Liu’s safety squeeze.

In the third Davis stepped to the plate with one out and showed why she was the De Anza divisions Most Valuable Player as she hit a homerun to right. From that moment on both pitcher just kept mowing down batter after batter until the seventh.

In the Carlmont 7th, the leadoff hitter reached on an error followed by an infield single.  The Scots then bunted to move the tying runs into scoring position but the Mustangs threw the ball into right and Carlmont had its first run.  The next batter followed with a base hit which scored two and the Mustangs saw the lead they had built from inning 1 erased.  The Mustangs were able to close out the inning without any more damage and returned to the plate to see if they had anymore late inning … read more

9 of 11 Varsity teams advance into CCS this season

What a great 2016 Spring Season.  9 of 11 Varsity teams advance into CCS this season!  Please congratulate the following student-athletes:

3rd Place in El Camino Division
JV: 5th Place in El Camino Division

Shangyu Hsu and Primo Mu advanced to League Finals in Singles.
Kenneth Huang and Matthew Wu competed as Doubles in League Finals.

Gokul Kalyamasundaram advanced to CCS and took 1st Place as a Singles players! He also went to the Inaugural Nor-Cal Regional Championships and took 2nd Place!!

8th Place in De Anza Division (7th Place after League Playoffs)
F/S: 6th Place in De Anza Division

(B) Varsity: 4th Place in De Anza Division
      F/S: 1st Place in De Anza Division
(G) Varsity: 5th Place in De Anza Division
      JV: 4th Place in De Anza Division

The Mustangs sent 6 qualifiers to this year’s 2016 CCS Diving Championship.

The boys division had 33 competitors with the Mustangs filling out 4 of these slots. Congratulations to the following boys:
Dalton Miner – 9th place
David Truong – 20th place
Bryce Leone – 22nd place
Adrian Nakic- 27th place

The girls division had 38 competitors with the Mustangs filling 2 of these slots.  Congratulations to the following girls:
Anna Dupin – 28th place
Julia Clark – 37th place

(B) Varsity (only): 3rd Place in the De Anza Division

(G) Varsity (only): 5th Place in … read more

Varsity seeded #2 at CCS

On Sunday CCS Softball has its tournament seeding meeting and the Mustangs were awarded for their great 19-6 season with a number 2 seed in Division 1 and will play the winner of league rival Los Altos or the West Valley league champion Evergreen Valley Saturday May 21st game time and location are still TBD.

Bracket linked here.read more

JV defeats Los Gatos

Homestead beat Los Gatos, the De Anza League’s undefeated team this year, 9-8 in the bottom of the 7th inning!  This win not only ensured us 2ndplace, it also knocked Milpitas down into 3rd place.  These were the only two teams we lost to this season giving us a 10-2 record.

MVP of the Game: Kailani Horrillo for her pitching.

Other Top Player: Lindsey Haynes for two Singles and a walk-off Triple that ended the game.

Great season, Ladies, and congratulations for being the only team in the De Anza League to beat Los Gatos this season!… read more

Varsity loses to Los Gatos

On Wednesday Homestead closed out it regular season at Los Gatos.

Los Gatos got on the board first after a one out triple and a passed ball.

Homestead came back in the third inning when Nancy Liu singled and scored on Brittany Prock’s double.

Los Gatos scored again in the bottom of the 5th when they picked up two of their three hits on the day.

Homestead came back and tied the game in the 7th when Julie Davis picked up her third hit of the game.  Davis then stole second and scored on Nancy Liu’s double.

In the bottom of the 7th Los Gatos scored the winning run without picking up a hit, taking advantage of a walk, sacrifice bunt and an outfield error.

The Mustangs finished the regular season at 19-6 and 10-2 in league and wait their CCS pairing for next week’s game.

Top Players:  Julie Davis 3 hits, Brittany Prock 2 hits with a double, Nancy Liu 2 hits with a double and Carinne Peterson with 2 hits… read more

JV defeats Saratoa

Freshman Pashmin Patil pitched a shutout game to Saratoga leading Homestead to a 12-0 victory.

The Team voted Lauren Axtel as MVP for a beautifully executed catch in Center Field.  Major hitters were Kailani Horrillo and Lindsey Haynes with a Triple each and Anna Matzinger with a Double.… read more

Varsity defeats Saratoga to win De Anza Division

On Friday the Mustangs said goodbye to their seniors at Senior Day and hosted the Falcons of Saratoga with a chance to win outright their third league title in 6 years.

The Mustangs came out strong as Julie Davis led off the game with a triple and scored on Chelsey Liu’s safety squeeze.

Saratoga came back in the third and tied the game on Eleni Spirakis home run.

Saratoga added 4 more runs in the fourth to take a 5-1 lead and it did not look good for the Mustangs.

In the bottom of the 5th Carinne Peterson came off the bench and got a pinch hit single to start the rally for the Mustangs. Davis then followed with a double to left center which scored Peterson. Nancy Liu then followed with a single and the Mustangs had cut the lead to 5-3.

In the bottom of the 7th the inning started with Peterson reaching on an infield error.  Davis then stepped into the box and picked up her fourth hit of the day driving the ball into right center which allowed Peterson to advance to third.  The speedy Davis then stole second putting the tying runs in scoring position for Nancy Liu who reached safely on a walk.   Chelsey Liu then hit a hard shot to short which was misplayed and Peterson scored and the Mustangs still had bases loaded.  Brittany Prock then popped up third for out number 1.  Nicky Kirk then bunted to … read more