April 21, 2011
Menlo-Atherton defeats host in Cordova baseball tourney

Tournament Most Valuable Player Myles Brewer hit a two-run homer and three runs scored on a pinch-hit single by Michael Abramson - all in the sixth inning - as Menlo-Atherton defeated Cordova 6-2 today in the championship game of the 41st annual Cordova Easter Baseball Tournament, the area's oldest.

Lucas David and Ryan Braithwaite had RBI singles for the Lancers and tournament Most Valuable Pitcher Nathan Jacobson, a sophomore, threw two scoreless innings before giving way to Jonathon MacMonagle, who pitched the final five innings and took the loss for the Lancers (10-9).

Kyle Zirbes and Brewer combined for a five-hitter for Menlo-Atherton (14-7), which won its second Cordova title in four seasons.

David, shortstop Eli Williams and second baseman Jamari Campbell made the all-tournament team for Cordova.

- Bill Paterson



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