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College of San Mateo’s relief arms Drew Reveno and Mark Quinby teamed for another prolific outing, leading the Bulldogs (9-7 in Coast Golden Gate, 20-12 overall) to a 3-2 win to earn a split in a two-game series with De Anza (9-7, 20-12).

Cameron Greenough fired seven shutout innings leading College of San Mateo (8-5 in Coast Golden Gate, 19-10 overall) to a 3-0 win over West Valley (3-9, 10-18) Tuesday at Bulldog Stadium.

The Bulldogs rolled to a 9-5 victory, putting up four-spots in the fifth and sixth to take a 9-0 lead into the late innings. CCSF (0-9, 2-21-1) got on the board with a run in the eighth and scored four more in the ninth to make the game look a lot closer than it was.

A second-generation professional baseball player, Joe Biagini has long wanted to make his father proud by reaching the big leagues.

Shadows in the dugout make for an ideal spot for ninjas to dwell, as the Houston Astros discovered on Tuesday.

Sophomore shortstop Ryan Krainz moved off the top of the batting order Thursday to slide into the No. 7 spot, and he found his stroke Saturday, going 3 for 5 with an RBI and two runs scored. Cleanup hitter Juan Gonzalez added a 2-for-5 day with a home run and four RBIs.

Smoot bounced back through the final two games of the series, going 3 for 7 with three RBIs as USF prevailed 5-2 on Saturday and 6-3 in Sunday’s rubber match. A junior transfer out of the College of San Mateo, Smoot took a redshirt at USF last season and got a late start this year, playing in nine of the Dons’ 22 games.

After posting a .330 career batting at CSM, Mastrobuoni entered weekend play leading the Mountain West Conference in batting average, while ranking 14th in nation among all NCAA Division-I hitters.

The Bulldogs (11-5 overall) trailed twice in the game, but continued to claw their way back. In the bottom of the 10th though, an errant pickoff throw proved costly as the Seahawks (10-8) scored the walk-off win.

Nava batted .400 and was a two-time Junior College All-American in his two years at San Mateo, earning a scholarship to return to Santa Clara for his final year of eligibility.