Chiefs Drop Rival Game Against Park Vista


Alan McGonigle

Coach Franco makes a pitching change, putting Senior Mckay Giffin in the game.

Alan McGonigle, Sports Editor

The Chiefs were back at it again on Friday night ready to play some District baseball against rivals Park Vista Cobras. The Chiefs came in with a record of (1-4) while Park Vista, who are also ranked 20th in the nation according to, came in with a record of (4-1). Santaluces had Junior and Saint Louis commit Malik Lissone on the mound, while Park Vista had Junior and Miami commit Emanuel Fernandez pitching for the Cobras.

In the first, Park Vista capitalized on a Chief error that ended up putting a man on base who came around to score. The Chiefs were in a deficit.

For Park Vista, the Cobras sent down Chief batters one by one as the offense looked quite lackluster.

Later in the game, Park Vista tallied on more runs and increased the lead to 5-0 going into the final inning of the game. In the final inning, the Cobras added another insurance run as the margin between the two increased to 6-0.

The Chiefs had one more chance, but were sent down in order to end the game.

Final Score:

Santaluces: 0

Park Vista: 6