Torrey Pines High School varsity baseball team recognizes players’ achievements

Pitcher/catcher/outfielder CJ Stubbs won the prestigious Pitcher of the Year award. Courtesy photo

The Torrey Pines Varsity Baseball team, winners of the Palomar Conference title with a 12-3 record, have had multiple players recognized for their achievements during the 2015 season.

Leading the way is pitcher/catcher/outfielder CJ Stubbs, who was given the prestigious Pitcher of the Year award. With a conference record of 5-0 with five complete games and four shutouts, CJ allowed only 1 run for a 0.20 ERA. His overall record, including non-conference games, was 6-2 with a 0.56 ERA.

CJ was also chosen 1st Team All Conference as a catcher/outfielder as well. Besides his phenomenal pitching credentials, he led the Falcons offensively hitting .362 with 5 doubles, a homer and 8 RBI.

Joining CJ as a 1st Team selection is left-handed pitcher Chase Cameron. Chase also threw five complete games in conference play, finishing with a 4-1 record and a minuscule 2.00 ERA. A crafty, intelligent pitcher, Chase walked only four batters in 35 innings.

Senior second baseman Logan Tomlinson was named 2nd Team All Conference, compiling a .393 average and .541 on base percentage while stealing four bases and 6 RBI.

Honorable Mention went to junior right-hander Josh Sidney and senior third baseman Jake Singer.

The Falcons finished with an overall record of 21-8-1, qualifying them for the Open Division playoffs, which began May 27.