The Spring Sports Scene in Petaluma: Baseball, Softball, and Track and Field

Get the latest updates on the local sports scene in Petaluma, including baseball, softball, and track and field competitions.


Spring has arrived, and with it comes a flurry of exciting sports events for local fans in Petaluma. From the Boras Classic baseball tournament to the Stanford Invitational track and field competition, there is no shortage of action-packed games to keep everyone on the edge of their seats. Let's dive into the latest updates on how Petaluma athletes are making their mark this season.

Petaluma Trojans

Last week, the Trojans faced off against Justin-Siena in a Vine Valley Athletic League series, showcasing their skills on the diamond. In a thrilling game on March 26, seniors Bryce Billings and Finn Lindgren led the team to a 2-0 victory with RBIs by Flynn Shoop and sophomore Rowan Ball. Junior Arlo Pendleton delivered an impressive performance on the mound, striking out six batters over five innings to secure the win. The game was capped off by James Dole, who closed out the game with two strikeouts.

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In their next matchup on March 28, Petaluma faced tough competition as they fell to Justin-Siena by the same score. Despite a strong effort from Rowan Ball, who doubled for Petaluma, and Brayden Breen on the mound, the Trojans couldn't clinch the win.

Casa Grande Gauchos

Over at Casa Grande, the Gauchos put up a valiant effort in the Boras North Classic but unfortunately fell short against a formidable opponent. Despite facing a Sac-Joaquin powerhouse team, the Gauchos showcased their resilience on the field. Kalen Clemmens stood out with a pair of hits, including a double, while pitchers Les Hellman and Drew Bugbee held their ground with three scoreless innings out of the bullpen.

The Gauchos wrapped up the Boras Classic with a 2-2 record, securing wins over Rocklin and Woodcreek, but falling to St. Mary’s-Stockton and Franklin. They returned to Vine Valley Athletic League play with renewed determination, ready to take on American Canyon in a two-game series.


On the softball diamond, Casa Grande and St. Vincent's teams have been putting on impressive performances, delighting fans with their grit and determination. Let's take a closer look at how these teams are faring this season.

Casa Grande Gauchos

The Gauchos have been on fire, racking up wins in consecutive games against tough opponents. With victories over Windsor and a thrilling extra innings win against crosstown rival Petaluma Trojans, Casa Grande has shown their prowess on the softball field. Fans can catch more details about their exciting win over Petaluma on the main Argus-Courier sports page online or in the print edition.

Continuing their VVAL play, Casa Grande faced off against Vintage in a highly anticipated matchup, eager to continue their winning streak.

St. Vincent Mustangs

Meanwhile, the Mustangs have been making waves with their stellar performances on the softball field. In a tight game against Ukiah, St. Vincent emerged victorious with a 1-0 win, thanks to junior Gracie Murphy's run in the second inning. Sophomores Makayla Bignardi and Abby Neves also made key contributions with hits in the game.

Bignardi delivered an outstanding pitching performance, striking out 11 batters and limiting the Wildcats to just five hits. The Mustangs are proving to be a force to be reckoned with this season.

Track and Field

The track and field scene in Petaluma is heating up, with athletes showcasing their speed and agility at various competitions. Let's see how Casa Grande and Petaluma athletes fared at the recent Stanford Invitational.

At the prestigious Stanford Invitational, Casa Grande's Avery Codington put on a stellar performance in the girls 3200-meter race, finishing 12th with an impressive time of around 11:10. Over at Petaluma, Max Pedrotti-Jacobs showcased his skills in the pole vault event, finishing 11th among tough competition.

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With spring sports in full swing, Petaluma athletes are leaving it all on the field, showcasing their talent and determination in every game. Stay tuned for more updates on your favorite local teams as they continue to compete and strive for victory.

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