It is forecast to be Chance of a Thunderstorm at 10:00 PM PST on March 01, 2015
Chance of a Thunderstorm
Home » Santa Clarita News » Santa Clarita Sports » Keller Gets Start For West Ranch In Valley Invitational Baseball League Playoffs

Keller Gets Start For West Ranch In Valley Invitational Baseball League Playoffs

west_ranch-13-smallRyan Keller will get the start for West Ranch in the semifinals of the Valley Invitational Baseball League playoffs today. Keller is 2-0 in the summer baseball league. He has struck 16 batters in 17 2/3 innings. That’s the good news. He also has a 5.15 ERA.

Thanks goodness J.C. Cloney and Jared Ortiz have been hot at the plate since the playoffs started.


Keller will be a junior at West Ranch in the fall. Last season, he was an impressive 4-1 as a sophomore during the high school baseball season.

West Ranch will host Crespi, 4-2 winners over Valencia in the quarterfinals. Game time is at 5.

In the other semifinal game, Newbury Park is at Agoura.

In high school soccer, Natalie Helgesson was introduced as the new Saugus High School girls soccer coach on Tuesday night, according to the Daily News. Saugus won its first CIF-Southern Section championship in girls soccer under the helm of coach Lisa Rollo, who resigned at the end of last season.

Helgesson coached the 15-and-under soccer team for the Santa Clarita Magic and played for Ventura High School and the University of Pacific. She was the Big West Conference Player of the Year in 1998.

Keller Gets Start For West Ranch In Valley Invitational Baseball League Playoffs

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

About Connie Jones

Connie and her husband, John, moved to the Santa Clarita Valley almost 30 years ago. Living in Santa Clarita for that long is the direct opposite of Connie’s childhood. She was an Army ‘brat’ who moved every two to three years. Consequently, she has lived in many states and even spent three years in Europe. All three of her kids went to Santa Clarita schools. Connie says the best thing about her job at KHTS is that she is never bored. “If I’m not smiling, Carl is sure to ask why, just before giving me a mind-boggling project.” “KHTS AM-1220 is an integral part of our community and I’m glad to be a part of it. Besides, the DJs will take my request to play Shania Twain’s ‘Still the One’ for my wedding anniversary – gotta love that!”