- TERRIERS 2013 RBI TOURNEY CHAMPIONS!!!
- TERRIERS 2013 CBL CHAMPIONS!!!
- Open Field Starts June 26th 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
TERRIER BASEBALL MISSION
Redlands High School baseball is all about the "pursuit of excellence." It is a pursuit that will challenge and reward you. Playing baseball at Redlands High School is a privilege and an honor. We will provide you with an opportunity to learn, compete, develop, and be challenged. The main goal of our program will be to create an environment that is conducive to success. To do this, we will utilize all resources with the rules set by our team, league and the school district. We will strive to compete for the Citrus Belt League Championship and the CIF Section Championship.
The baseball program will assist the student/athlete in realizing his potential. We will help, in any way possible, those who will be continuing on to college and professional baseball. We will also help to recognize opportunities for those team members who choose to explore other avenues. We will strive to insure success for all those dedicated to the program.
The Terriers first and foremost represent themselves, their parents, the school, the team, and we will conduct ourselves with professionalism and integrity at all times. As a coaching staff, we will provide an honest and fair environment for the players.
NOTTINGHAM;SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED
Catcher Jacob Nottingham was selected by the Houston Astros in the 6th round of the 2013 MLB Draft. Nottingham signed his contract on Tuesday and left for Florida on Thursday. Nottingham will be assigned to Rookie level in Florida to start his professional career. "Today is a great day for Jacob, his family, and the Terrier baseball family." Coach Valencia said, upon learning Nottingham was drafted on day 2 of the MLB draft.
SMITH WINS TERRIER AWARD
The Redlands High School baseball program concluded it's 2013 season with their annual end of the year banquet on Monday June 3rd in Terrier Hall. The baseball program honored all of the players from the Freshmen, Junior Varsity, and Varsity teams. This year's Terrier Award, the highest honor that any Terrier can recieve, was won by 4 year letterman Sean Smith. The Terrier Award is given out to the player who exemplifies what it is to be a Redlands High School baseball player on and off the field. For his dedication, leadership, positivie actions on and off the field, respect for the game; his teammates and opponents and for leaving a lasting legacy to the Terrier Baseball program for all to follow. Smith finished off a stellar career at RHS. He played in a total of 111 games, an RHS record, scored 102 career runs, stole 60 bases, was a 3 time 1st Team All-CBL selection, a 3 year Captain, and help lead the Terriers to 2 Citrus Belt League titles. "The day Sean Smith played his first varsity game as a Freshmen, he ran a hard 90. His last at bat as a Senior, he ran a hard 90." Coach Valencia said. "Sean is a player that was a leader on and off the field, gave everything he had to this program and was a great example to his teammates and the kids in the community. I am honored to present this award to Sean."
TERRIERS SELECTED FOR ALL-STAR GAME
4 Seniors from the 2013 Redlands High School baseball team were selected for the Inland Empire Baseball Coaches Association All-Star game. Seniors Pitchers, Jimmy Walker and Angel Landazuri, and centerfielder Sean Smith were selected to play in the San Bernardino vs. Riverside County All-Star game to be held on June 13th at the 66ers Stadium at 7 pm. Third basemen Roman Cross was selected to play in the San Bernardino/Riverside County vs. High Desert Cities game to be played on June 9th at Maverick Stadium at 7 pm. All 4 Seniors were 1st Team All-Citrus Belt League selections. Smith finished the 2013 season hitting .446 with 29 runs scored, 4 doubles, 10 RBI's and 8 stolen bases. Cross hit .453 on the season with 30 RBI's, 5 doubles, and 10 runs scored. On the mound, Landazuri was 10-2 with a 1.02 ERA and 89 strikeouts and Walker was 5-1 with a 1.47 ERA and 43 strikeouts.
TERRIERS EARN ALL CBL SELECTIONS
TERRIERS KNOCKED OUT OF PLAYOFFS
The 2013 baseball season came to an end on Friday May 16th at the hands of Santa Barbara. The Terriers lost 6-3. The Terriers led through the first 5 innings by a score of 3 to 1. In the 6th inning, the Dons were able to score 4 runs to pull ahead and then they added 2 more runs in the top of the 7th. Senior Angel Landazuri took the loss on the mound for the Terriers. Redlands finished the season 19-6, and shared the Citrus Belt League title.
TERRIERS IN CIF PLAYOFFS
The Redlands baseball team will play in the 1st round of the CIF Play offs on Friday May 17th at home at 3:15. The Terriers will play the winner of the Santa Barbara - Pasadena game. The Terriers were seeded 5th in the CIF tournament.
TERRIERS SWEEP IKE
The Terrier Baseball program swept Eisnehower High School this week to capture at least a share of the Citrus Belt League title. On Tuesday the Terriers won 15 -1 behind Jacob Nottingham's 2 run homerun performance. Jimmy Walker earned the victory on the mound. Roman Cross was 3 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI's. On Thursday, the Terriers won 9-0. Angel Landazuri threw 6 innings struck out 10 and only gave up 1 run. Sean Smith was 3 for 4 with 3 runs scored. The Terriers now await the CIF pairings on Monday to determine who they draw in the CIF play offs.
TERRIERS SWEEP T-BIRDS
The Terrier baseball team defeated Yucaipa on Tuesday and Thursday to sweep the 3 game series on the year. The Terriers defeated Yucaipa on Tuesday by a score of 9-3. The Terriers were led by Roman Cross who was 2 for 3 with 2 RBI's. Senior Jimmy Walker pitched 6 solid innings to earn the victory and help himself on offense by going 2 for 4 with 3 RBI's.
On Thursday, the Terriers won 7-4. Senior Jacob Nottingham was 4 for 4 with a double and a 2 run homerun. He drove in 4 runs on the day. Senior Angel Landazuri earned the victory by pitching a complete game. Anthony Aguila was 2 for 3 with 3 runs scored.
TERRIERS LOSE SERIES
The Terrier baseball team lost a tough series to cross town rival Redlands East Valley. In game 1 the Terriers lost 3-1 in 12 innings. Hayden Haigh, who relieved Jimmy Walker, took the loss after pitching 5 touch innings. The Terriers were not able to cash in with runners in scoring position. Walker threw 7 strong innings, striking out 6 and scattering 10 hits.
In Game 2 of the Terriers lost 1-0. Angel Landazuri took the loss despite throwing 6 strong innings, giving up only 2 hits and strking out 5. The Terriers once again struggled to drive runners in. The Terriers are back in action on Tuesday April 30th against Yucaipa at home 3:15 game time.
TERRIERS WIN SERIES
The Terriers defeated Cajon on Thursday by a score of 3-0 to win the best of 3 series. The Terriers were led by Senior Right hander Angel Landazuri who threw a complete game 5 hitter with 5 strikeouts. The Terriers opened the scoring when Anthony Palmer was able to drive in a run with a low line drive into right field.
WALK OFF BLAST
Senior Jacob Nottingham hit a 2 run walk off homerun to lead the Terriers over Cajon on Tuesday by a score of 3-1. The Terriers took a 1-0 lead into the top of the 7th before surrendering a run to the Cowboys to tie the game. In the bottom of the 8th inning, Sean Smith singled to get on base. Jacob Nottingham then came up and worked the count to 3 and 2. He fouled off 4 pitches before sending a fastball over the left centerfield fence to win the game.
SMITH LEADS TERRIERS TO VICTORY
Senior Sean Smith lead the Terriers to a 5-1 victory over visiting AB Miller to sweep the 3 game series. Smith was 2 for 3 with a double and 2 runs scored. Senior Angel Landazuri was equally impressive on the mound for the Terriers. He threw 6 innings with 6 strikeouts and only gave up 3 hits. The Terriers take on Cajon on Tuesday.
TERRIERS BEAT MILLER
The Terriers defeated AB Miller 13-2 on Tuesday April 9th. Senior right handed pitcher Jimmy Walker threw 5 innings of 1 hit ball with 6 strikeouts, he was also 3 for 4 with 2 RBI's. The Terriers had 15 hits as a team. Sean Smith, Anthony Aguila, Jacob Nottingham, Anthony Palmer, and Chad Butler had multiple hits.
LANDAZURI PITCHES TERRIERS TO VICTORY
Senior Angel Landazuri threw a no hitter threw 6 innings and struck out 13, as the Terriers defeated Eisenhower by a score of 7 to 1. The Terriers scored 2 runs in the 5th and 5 runs in the 6th inning. Senior Hayden Haight threw the 7th inning. On offense Chad Butler was 3 for 4 with an RBI and Sean Smith and Anthony Aguila were both 2 for 4 with 2 RBIs each.
WALKER PITCHES TERRIERS TO VICTORY
Senior Jimmy Walker threw a 3 hit shut out against CBL rival Yucaipa on Tuesday April 2nd leading the Terriers to a 6 - 0 victory. The Terriers scored 2 runs in each of the following innings; 1st , 3rd, and 5th. Sean Smith, Jacob Nottingham, Chad Butler and Roman Cross collected 2 hits each. Butler drove in 4 runs on the day.
TERRIERS DEFEAT REV 9-0
The Terrier Baseball team defeated rival Redlands East Valley by a score of 9 to 0 on Thursday. The Terriers were led by Senior Sean Smith on offense and Angel Landazuri on the mound. Smith was 3 for 4 with 3 runs scored. Landazuri struckout 10 batters and scattered 6 hits. The Terriers are back in action on Tuesday April 2nd at Yucaipa High School.
TERRIERS LOSE 4-3 IN 8
The Terriers were defeated in 8 innings by a score of 4-3 against CBL newcomer Cajon High School. The Terriers scored 2 runs in the top of the 7th inning to tie the score on a double by Roman Cross. Jacob Nottingham hit is 3rd homerun of the season. Junior Dylan Baker took the loss for the Terriers. The Terriers are back in CBL action on Thursday against rival Redlands East Valley.
TERRIERS GET 1ST CBL WIN
The Terrier baseball program won its opening Citrus Belt League game by a score of 12-0 over AB Miller at the County Clash on Saturday March 23rd. The Terriers were led on offense by Jacob Nottingham and Sean Smith. Nottingham was 2 for 2 with a homerun and 3 RBI's. Smith was 3 for 4 with a double and 3 runs scored. On the mound, Angel Landazuri was equally impressive. He threw 6 solid innings giving up only 2 hits and striking out 6.
TERRIERS SPLIT WITH SANTIAGO
The Terriers split a doubleheader with Santiago on Saturday March 16th. In the first game, the Terriers played 11 innings to gain the 5 to 4 victory. Senior Anthony Palmer hit a single to drive in Roman Cross for the winning run. Dylan Baker threw 4 1/3 innings of relief to earn the victory. In the the 2nd game, the Terriers lost 13-12. The Terriers were led on offense by Jacob Nottingham who was 3 for 4 with a homerun and a double. Sean Smith was 2 for 3, Roman Cross was 2 for 3 and Chad Butler. The Terriers are back in action on Saturday March 23rd at the County Clash against AB Miller to open up league play.
TERRIERS GO 1-1 IN SHOWCASE
The Redlands High School baseball team finished 1-1 in the Central California Showcase March 7-9. The Terriers were not able to play a third game because of rain. The Terriers took on Central Section powerhouse Clovis and defeated them 2-1. The Terriers were led by Angel Landazuri on the mound who threw a complete game 3 hitter. Chad Butler hit a double and Jimmy Walker was 2 for 3 to lead the offense. In the second game, the Terriers were defeated by Clovis North 7-0. The Terriers are back in action on Saturday March 16th at UC Riverside when they take on Santiago High School in a double header. First pitch is schedule for 11 am.
TERRIERS WIN RBI CHAMPIONSHIP
The Terriers defeated crosstown rival Redlands East Valley 9-3 in the Redlands Baseball Invitational Tournament championship game. The Terriers were led on offense by Jimmy Walker who was 3 for 3 with a double, triple, and 3 RBI's. The Terriers scored 6 runs in the top of the 7th inning to pull ahead for good. Sean Smith led of the top of the 7th inning with a double. Anthony Aguila then reached 1st on a hit by pitch. Jacob Nottingham then hit a first pitch triple to the centerfield wall to drive in both Smith and Aguila. Michael Tillman had 2 doubles on the day. Hayden Haight relieved Angel Landazuri in the 6th inning to record his 2nd win of the season. The Terriers head to Clovis to play in the Central California Showcase. The Terriers will play on Thursday March 7th vs. Buchanan, March 8th vs. Clovis and March 9th vs. Clovis North.
TERRIERS IN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
The Terrier baseball program won 5 -4 against La Quinta in the Semi-Final game of the Redlands Baseball Invitational. Senior Chad Butler hit a double to drive in fellow Senior Jacob Nottingham, who led off with a single and stole 2nd base in the bottom of the 6th inning. The Terrier were led on the mound by Dylan Baker, Joe Rigius, Angel Landazuri, and Sean Smith who recorded his first save of the year. The Terriers will take on Redland East Valley for the RBI Championship at the University of Redlands on Saturday March 2nd at 1 pm.
TERRIERS WIN 15 - 5
The Terriers won the 3rd round of the RBI tournament by defeating La Sierra by a score of 15 to 5. The Terriers were led on offense by Seniors Jimmy Walker and Anthony Aguila. Walker and Aguila both hit homeruns. Aguila hit a 2 run homerun and Walker a solo shot. Walker was 4 for 4 with a double, homerun, and 5 RBI's. He also threw 5 solid innings giving up 3 hits and striking out 7 to record the win. Aguila was 4 for 5 with a double and 4 RBI's. The Terriers are in the Semi-Final round of the RBI tourney. They take on La Quinta on Thursday at home. Gametime is 3:15 pm.
TERRIERS WIN 3-1
The Terriers defeated Shadow Hills High School by a score of 3-1 in the 2nd round of the RBI Tournament. The Terriers were led by Seniors Hayden Haight and Chad Butler. Haight threw 6 strong innings giving up 1 unearned run, 3 hits and striking out 5. Chad Butler was 2 for 2 with his 1st homerun of the year and an RBI. The Terriers play La Sierra in the 3rd round of the tournament on Wednesday at home. Game time is set for 3:15 pm.
TERRIERS OPEN SEASON IN RBI TOURNEY WITH WIN
The Terrier baseball program will opened the 2013 season in the Redlands Baseball Invitational with a 6 -3 win over Valley View. The Terriers were led by Angel Landazuri and Jacob Nottingham. Landazuri threw a complete game 3 hitter with 11 strikeouts. Nottingham was 2 for 2 with a double, an RBI, and 2 stolen bases. The Terriers are back in action at home on Monday against Shadow Hills at 3:15 pm. The RBI tournament runs thru March 2nd. The Terriers are slated to play La Sierra on Wednesday at 3:15 pm to conclude pool play.
CHAPMAN & EASON NAMED TO HALL OF FAME
The Terrier Baseball program inducted Mike Eason and longtime Redlands baseball supporter Steven Champman into the Terrier Baseball Hall of Fame. The Ceremony took place at the Annual Kick Off Dinner on Friday night at Terrier Hall on the campus of Redlands High School. Eason graduated from RHS in 1992. Mike was an All -Citrus Belt League player. He played collegiately at UC Riverside. He still holds many of UCR records for shutouts, games pitched, and won. He was drafted by the Florida Marlins in 1996. Steven Champman has been involved in the Redlands baseball for Youth, Aussie Baseball, and PONY baseball for nearly 25 years. He is currently the President of the Benchwarmers. He played a major role in tranforming Redlands Little League to PONY baseball.
TERRIERS 8 ALUMNI 8; COTTIER WINS HOMERUN DERBY
The Terriers of Old hung with the young Terriers. The 2013 Alumni game ended in a 8 to 8 tie. Former Terrier great and Current JV Coach Greg Brock hit a homerun, along with Michael Nottingham in the 1st inning. The Terriers were able to answer back and get 4 runs in the bottom of the first. Former catcher, Wes Cottier won the Homerun Derby contest by slugging 6 homeruns on the day. The Terriers open the 2013 season in the Redlands Baseball Invitational taking on Valley View from Moreno Valley. Game is at RHS at 12 noon.
TERRIERS INK DIVISION 1 SCHOLARSHIPS
On Tuesday November 14th, Seniors Angel Landazuri and Jacob Nottingham signed their letters of intent to play college baseball. Angel signed with UC Riverside and Jacob signed his letter of intent with the University of Oklahoma. Angel, who is a right handed pitcher, has been a member of the varsity team since his Freshmen year. He has been an All-League CBL selection and CIF selection. Last season Angel posted an 8-2 record with a 1.06 ERA and 75 strikeouts. Angel is at the top of nearly every Redlands High School career pitching records. Jacob has been an All-League CBL selection and CIF selection. In a shortened Junior season, Jacob hit .341 with 6 doubles and 16 RBI's. "This is a great day for Redlands High School, the Terrier baseball program and Angel and Jacob's families. I am excited for these two guys." said Coach Valencia. The Terriers open the 2013 season on Saturday February 23rd in the Redlands Baseball Invitational.
SUPERHEROES OF TERRIER BASEBALL
FORMER TERRIER TO MANAGE MEMPHIS REDBIRDS
Former Redlands High School standout Ron "Pops" Warner has been promoted as the the Memphis Redbirds new skipper. This will be Warner's first time as a manager in the Pacific Coast League but not his first time being a part of the PCL. Pop is the only Birds manager to have actually played for the Memphis Redbirds. Warner is a 1987 graduate of Redlands High School. He was a 3 year varsity player and First Team All-Citrus Belt League Shortstop in 1987. He played at Riverside City College from 1987-1989. He was a First Team All-Orange Empire Conference Shortstop in 1989. Warner moved on to the University of Wyoming from 1989-1991, where he earned First Team All-WAC Shortstop in 1991. He was drafted by the Cardinals in the 17th round in 1991.
CURRENT TERRIERS PLAYING COLLEGE BASEBALL
Brian Ruhm 2012 UC Davis
Matt Johnston 2012 Cal Lutheran University
Kavan Pardo 2012 Cal Baptist University
Jordan Arrowood 2012 Chaffey College
Kadyn Glass 2011 San Bernardino Valley College
Chet Brown 2011 Mt. San Jacinto College
Spencer Riefel 2011 Victor Valley College
Charlie Lutz 2010 Northeastern Colorado College
Tallen Parker 2010 San Bernardino Valley College
Adam Turpin 2010 San Bernardino Valley College
Robin Landazuri 2009 Santa Barbara City College
Billy Nottingham 2009 University of Hawaii
Wes Cottier 2009 Biola University
Jason Henning 2008 University of Redlands
Lance Lutz 2007 Bellevue University
TERRIERS IN THE PROS
David Quinowski - San Francisco Giants
Ron "Pops" Warner - Manager, Memphis RedBirds (St. Louis Cardinals AAA)